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Mini Gabl

Mini Gabl is a self-contained apartment on the top floor of the lovely Gertrude Gabl. The apartment is spacious and well equipped having previously been a private home. Larger groups can occupy the entire chalet.

Mini Gabl sleeps four in two twin rooms, accompanied by a comfortable seating area with a flat-screen TV. 

Mini Gabl is located in the peaceful Stadl area, the chalet is only a short walk to the centre of the resort, lifts and slopes. There is also a ski bus that runs to-and-from the centre of St. Anton frequently and is located two minutes from the chalet.

The Mini Gabl is a fully catered chalet so guests won't have to worry about finding breakfast in the morning or arranging meals in the evening. Afternoon tea and limitless wine are also included.

Please note this is a sole occupancy chalet.

  • Close to slopes
From price
£1,129pp
  • Flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 3 January 2021
  • 7 Nights
  • Catered | Sleeps 4
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Bedrooms

The chalet has two en suite bedrooms with shower, basin and WC.

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Resort details

St. Anton

St. Anton is one of the oldest and finest ski resorts in the Alps, bursting with stylish hotels, restaurants and chalets. Known for its impressive snow record, St. Anton lies deep in the Arlberg region at the western end of Austria, one of Europe’s snowiest spots. Just two hours away from three international airports, the village is remarkably easy to get to. Intermediate and advanced skiers are in their element here thanks to the varied ski area and the extensive network of pistes (305km) and lifts (97).

The village has more than a few luxury chalets and hotels but also caters well to more modest budgets. It is safe to say, however, that if you are looking for a hotel with the wow factor, you are sure to find something to fit the bill here.

After a day carving up the mountain, it’s worth checking out St. Anton’s renowned après ski scene. Arguably the spiritual home of après ski, St. Anton was put on the party map back in the 60s thanks to the two legendary bars either side of the Galzig piste: The MooserWirt and The Krazy Kanguruh.

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