Hotel Nassereinerhof

  • Austrian Tyrol, Austria, St. Anton

  • 3.5

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Hotel Nassereinerhof offers a warm welcome to the vibrant town of St. Anton. Explore the lush Alpine meadows and scenic mountain walking trails, or take a leisurely stroll through the village. The hotel is located on the outskirts of the town - a peaceful location within a short walk of the mountain lifts and public transport.

Relax and recharge for your next adventure

After a day of exploring, head to the spa - a sanctuary of relaxation. Unwind in the wellness area - complete with a sauna, steam room, and tranquil lounges - or simply soak up the sun in the garden and breathe in the clean and crisp mountain air. There's something for all ages, and the play area with trampoline is a big hit with families!

Comfortable rooms and excellent food

Rooms are traditional and cosy - designed to offer everything you need for a restful stay. The culinary team takes pride in creating delicious meals featuring a blend of local and international flavours, all crafted from fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Enjoy seasonal dishes and buffets as part of the half board package.

Added value

Free daily afternoon cake and juice bar (4-5pm)

Free daily lunchtime snack (12-1pm) (Pre-order)

Free ice-cream for children in the afternoon

St. Anton Summer Card included (option to upgrade to Premium Card - payable locally)

  • No. of rooms: 56
  • Official rating: 3


Standard Austrian Twins sleep two. These rooms have an ensuite with bath or shower

Comfort Austrian Twins sleep two to three (extra bed is a single sofa bed). These rooms have a balcony and an ensuite with bath or shower

Standard Single Rooms have an ensuite with shower

Superior Single Rooms have a balcony and an ensuite with bath or shower

All rooms have:

  • TV
  • Safe
  • Bathrobes
  • Hairdryer

General information

  • Check-in: 3pm
  • Check-out: 10.30am

Local fees and taxes

A resort tourist tax of approx. €5.00 per person per night is payable locally. Children aged 15 and under are exempt.


  • Steps into property: Yes
  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No
St. Anton

Walking holidays in St. Anton are all about getting out into the mountains of the Arlberg – which is easy, thanks to the cable cars, trusty village buses and innumerable walking and biking trails. The train station also brings Innsbruck and Zurich within easy (and very scenic) day-tripping reach. Back in town, there’s always something going on, including yoga festivals and outdoor film screenings with an even more cinematic backdrop. Also, the dining is divine - take your pick from mountain recipes served with Alpine views, candle-lit wine bars and steakhouses chasing their first Michelin stars.

The Tyrol: valleys of adventure

There are around 270 kilometres of marked footpaths around St. Anton that vary from forested valley trails to ridge walks with panoramic views of peaks and glaciers. The Verwall Alps are on the doorstep. Here, mountains soar up over 3,000 metres and mountain huts are connected by sky-high trails. The emerald waters of Verwall Lake are a short bus ride from St. Anton – great for families looking for a beautiful walk with a playground and café finale. Don’t miss the suspension bridge, which hangs above the rushing waters of the Rosanna River.

Summer in St. Anton

St. Anton’s streets snake along the foot of the Arlberg massif. Take the time to wander the pedestrianised village centre and browse the Ski and Local Heritage Museum. Outside, it looks like a real-life gingerbread house; inside, it reveals how the town became a star of the ski scene. St. Anton’s summer diary is filled with festivals and events, including a weekly Tyrolean night that revives old mountain traditions like yodelling and folk dancing. Keep an ear out for the brass bands, too. Alphorns are the instrument of choice in St. Anton and players don’t need much of an excuse to strike up a Tyrolean tune.

Wellness and wonder trails

Arlberg WellCom was built as a super smart media centre for the Alpine Ski World Championships. Now, it’s living a second life as an equally sleek wellness centre with swimming pools, waterslides, saunas, a gym and tennis courts. And all with widescreen mountain views.

Families can also visit the Senn family’s Sennhütte – a mountain hut with a Wonder Trail of sensory herb gardens, tree houses and a record-breaking edelweiss flowerbed. You read that right – it won the Guinness World Record for the biggest flower arrangement on the planet.

Journey to Switzerland by train

The construction of the railway and nearby Arlberg Pass changed St. Anton’s course forever, transforming it from a sleepy village to a ski resort that would become the place to be for downhill skiing. These days, the train station is a one-stop shop for day trips to the Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck and Switzerland’s Zurich, with its bright turquoise lake. If city explorations aren’t your thing, there are plenty of tiny village stations to disembark at en route.

Why book a summer holiday in St. Anton with Inghams?

At Inghams, we do walking holidays differently. With no fixed itinerary, you have more time in your destination and the freedom to walk as much or as little as you like, discovering some of St. Anton’s best walking routes and activities at your own pace.

With over 85 years of outdoor travel experience, our holiday packages to St. Anton include flights, transfers, and accommodation, so you can relax and leave the small details to us. Our experts can help you choose the best holiday for you, and our team in resort can give you the inside scoop on how to spend your time away with us.


Spa & wellness facilities

  • Indoor swimming pool with counter-current
  • Finnish sauna
  • Bio sauna
  • Steam room
  • Infrared cabin
  • Spa and massage treatments (payable locally)
  • Pool towels

Additional facilities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Garden and terrace
  • Parking
Family Facilities
  • Cots & linen available (€5 per cot per night)
  • Highchairs
  • Early meals available on request (from 6.30pm)
  • Small outdoor play area and trampoline

The daily buffet breakfast offers a wide range of options, including eggs.

A lunchtime snack can be ordered in advance, and complimentary cake is served every afternoon from 4-5pm (drinks payable locally). For kids, there's ice cream available too.

The half board dinner is a delicious three-course menu with two choices of main. Expect a mixture of fine local dishes and international cuisine.

  • No of restaurants: 1
  • Dress code for restaurants:

    Smart casual

Board basis options available

  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Vegetarians

Please let us know of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

Longitude: 10.274721
Latitude: 47.135626

  • Transfer time approx. 1 hour 45 mins from Innsbruck airport
  • 700 metres from the village centre
  • 1.3 kilometres to the nearest lift
  • 50 metres to the nearest bus stop
  • 800 metres to the nearest supermarket

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