A top location in St. Anton

**** Anthony’s Life & Style Hotel

Boasting a prime location at the entrance to St. Anton’s vibrant pedestrian zone, and just a stone’s throw from the ski lifts, Anthony’s Life & Style Hotel brings together luxurious accommodation, exquisite and varied culinary delights and enjoyable shopping.

Happy Valley
Steakhouse & Bar

Authentic American taste and style, mouth-watering delights and seriously good vibes. Great food in Anthony’s – great food in St. Anton!


Anthony's
Pizzeria & Pub

Stylish Italian in St. Anton, inside Anthony’s!

Exquisite dishes from Bella Italia –

a taste of the Mediterranean in the Alps...


St. Anton am Arlberg

The birthplace of Alpine skiing

St. Anton has always been an exclusive hotspot for discerning winter guests and skiing enthusiasts from around the globe. Often referred to as a ‘world village’, St. Anton is a place where rural traditions and international panache come together to create an inimitable atmosphere and irresistible charm.

St. Anton has always enjoyed an excellent reputation with regard to its snow reliability – both on the slopes and in the villages – and outstanding piste conditions.

Events in St. Anton

Never a dull moment!

Fantastic events for young and old alike await you this year too in the Arlberg region!

The Magic of Advent in the Park
November/December 2017

The smell of freshly baked Christmas treats, gentle yuletide melodies that can be heard from afar, a glowing, twinkling sea of candlelight and, amidst this magical atmosphere, the sound of laughter and children’s eyes sparkling with joy … can you imagine anything more enchanting?

Taking place on the four weekends during the lead-up to Christmas, the Magic of Advent in St. Anton am Arlberg invites visitors and locals, both young and old, to enjoy the most enchanting time of the year, to escape the bustle and toils of everyday life and to soak up the captivating ambience.

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STANTON Ski Open
01.– 03. December 2017

STANTON Ski Open with Revolverheld & Gregor Meyle

The 2017 winter season will, as always, kick off with fantastic sport events and a superb musical line-up. Highlight of the opening concert on 2nd December is none other than top international band Revolverheld. And same as last year, fans can also enjoy a special-guest performance by the likeable German musician Gregor Meyle. Entry starts at 5pm and aftershowparties start at 10.30pm at many bars and clubs all over st.anton.

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20th Arlberg-Pass Krampalar Lauf
05.12.2017

This date is the set for the spectacular ‘Arlberg-Pass Krampus’ parade, a devilish, spine-chilling and ancient Tyrolean custom. Together with St. Nicholas, the first Krampus devils will be making their way through the village from 2.00 pm, while at 7.00 pm the impressive but truly fearsome ‘Krampalar’ with their deafeningly loud bells and horns stalk through the pedestrian zone before giving their dramatic ‘fiery’ performance – a veritably ‘infernal’ experience!

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Wilten Boys’ Choir Concert
27.12.2017

Offering an enchanting repertoire of musical entertainment, the Wilten Boys’ Choir will be performing on 26th December 2017 here in St. Anton am Arlberg. Enjoy an evening of well-known classical works and traditional Alpine carols.

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‘Schneetreiben’ Ski Show
Weekly from 30.12.2017

Under the title ‘Schneetreiben – The Snow Must Go On’ the local tourism association, Arlberg Ski School, the Arlberg ski lift operating companies and Arlberg Ski Club’s New School Team will be presenting a spectacular ‘show on snow’ every week in the Karl Schranz Stadium.
In the stadium, which was the race finishing area during the 2001 World Championships, spectators can enjoy a multimedia time-travel show through the history of skiing. The theme of the show is the development of skiing and technology over the decades.

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Arlberg New Year Concert
04.01.2018

On 4th January 2018, St. Anton will be welcoming the New Year ‘classical style’ with the inspiring Arlberg New Year Concert. Performed by the Viennese Ambassade Orchestra under the direction of Prof. Rudolf Streicher, an honorary citizen of St. Anton, the concert promises to be a rousing musical treat.

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Ladies First!
06.- 27. January 2018

Feel-good weeks in January – it’s ladies’ time!

Between 6th and 27th January 2018, female winter sport enthusiasts are very much in the limelight in St. Anton am Arlberg. All ladies staying in St. Anton, Pettneu, Flirsch and Strengen can pick up their personal copy of the ‘Ladies First Book’ as well as a small welcome present from the tourist office in St. Anton.

The booklet contains numerous vouchers to use as you please; for example, for ‘ladies’ drinks’, for discounts in various restaurants and shops and for a wide choice of relaxation and spa options.

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New Orleans meets Snow
06.- 08. April 2018

The ‘New Orleans Meets Snow’ festival brings a dash of southern flair to St. Anton am Arlberg. Cool funk and blues rhythms can be heard at live concerts on the village streets and in many local establishments. Even up on the slopes they’ll be getting into the groove like there’s no tomorrow. A typical New Orleans marching band will also parade the streets of our Tyrolean holiday resort.

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The White Thrill - "Der Weiße Rausch"
21.04.2017

When the lifts close in the afternoon of 21st April, things really heat up on the slopes of St. Anton am Arlberg. This is the day of the ‘White Thrill’ – the cult ski race that pushes its participants to their absolute physical limits every year. The atmosphere is electric, even during the day: a conspicuously large number of skiers are already dressed in racing gear and trying to conceal their mounting nervousness, telling jokes in the cable car or being overly blasé about the approaching event. Things start getting serious at 5.00 pm when 555 skiers, snowboarders and telemark athletes assemble on the Valluga Ridge for the mass start.

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