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Hotel Schwarzer Adler

The original inn was built by the Knights of St John in the early 1500s and remained a staging post until the Tschol family bought it in 1885 and began to transform the simple Gasthof into the four-star hotel it is today. It was lavishly extended in 2000 with the addition of a new wing to include bedrooms and superb pool and spa area. The bar area has been refurbished and is very attractive and welcoming. The chef uses ingredients from the family’s own farm and the wine list is vast with some wonderful Austrian vintages.

  • Swimming Pool
  • WiFi
  • Sauna
  • Gym
  • Bar
Guide price
£1,640pp
  • Scheduled flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 7 December 2019
  • 7 Nights
  • Hotel - Half Board
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Bedrooms

Standard rooms are in the older part of the hotel and are not as light and bright as those in the new wing which have used lighter wood and fabrics. All, however, are comfortable and there is a good range of single rooms as well.

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St. Anton

St. Anton is one of the oldest and finest 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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