Offering winter sports lovers unlimited opportunities to experience legendary snow, Arlberg is one of the five largest ski areas in the world.
Famed as the 'birthplace of skiing' and with 305km of superb downhill skiing to enjoy, the Arlberg ski area is the largest interconnected ski area in Austria. The Arlberg region is one of the most snow-sure resorts in the Alps due to its sheer altitude. Its vastness means there is a wealth of diverse runs for everyone, from total beginners to seasoned pros. Boasting 200km of 'deep snow' runs, skiers will love carving through the fresh powder every morning.
Between the many resorts, there is a multitude of different hotels, including some of the most luxurious you can find in St. Anton. Each resort is suited well to different needs; St Christoph is perfect for families due to its quiet, tranquil nature, whilst St. Anton is great for lovers of aprés ski.
Each ski resort in the Arlberg region is so individual in character, yet equally charming. Every snow-lover will find something that suits them in this vast area and will leave with a reason to return.
Take a look at Ski Solutions' hand-picked collection of hotels, chalets and apartments from across the Arlberg ski region and discover the holiday of a lifetime by calling our ski experts, or making an enquiry online.
- Après ski
- On slope accommodation
- Varying terrain and difficulty
- Luxury hotels
- Discounts on select accommodation
One of Austria's most luxurious and exclusive resorts surrounded by striking snow-capped peaks.
One of the best high-altitude resorts in the world. Despite being renowned for challenging skiing, there is plenty for every ability in St. Anton.
Petite but beautifully formed, St Christoph is centred in a fantastic open snow-bowl. This resort is quite quiet, making it perfect for families.
Stuben is a traditional Alpine ski village steeped with character. The village is often metres deep in snow, giving it a striking look and atmosphere.
This hidden gem of a resort is one of the prettiest in the Alps, receiving up to 11m of powder every year.