Hotel Post

  • Austrian Tyrol, Austria, St. Anton

  • 4.5

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Set in the pedestrianised centre of St. Anton and close to the main lifts - the Hotel Post has the best location in St. Anton. It's been a favourite of many guests for years due to the excellent and friendly service.

New outdoor pool

On hot summer days, you can take a refreshing dip in the outdoor pool or sit back and relax on the loungers and take in the beautiful views. The indoor pool has a waterfall and whirlpool, and there's an excellent spa area too. Feel the heat in the Finnish or Bio saunas, enjoy soothing scents in the floral and saltwater steam rooms, or kick back on the water beds - they're perfect for a gentle snooze.

Refuel with great food

Regional, natural, fresh and refined, is how the Post describe their food - sounds good to us. Qualified Sommelier, Heimo will help you pick the perfect wine to go with your evening meal from the extensive wine cellar and there's always a nice atmosphere in the restaurant thanks to the friendly team. Occasionally there's live music, too which is lovely to listen to with an after-dinner drink.

Added value

Early booking offer available (book by 31 Mar)

Free daily afternoon tea/coffee and cake

St. Anton

Summer holidays in St. Anton are best spent 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.

Exploring the Arlberg: 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.

Rooms
  • No. of rooms: 65
  • Official rating: 4

Rooms

Gampen Austrian Twins are around 20m² and sleep two. These rooms have seating area and an ensuite with bath or shower.

St Anton Austrian Twins are slightly more spacious, at around 20-24m². These rooms sleep two, and have a seating area and an ensuite with bath or shower.

Galzig Austrian Twins are around 26-33m² and can sleep two to four people (extra bed is a double sofa bed in the lounge area). These rooms have a lounge area and an ensuite with bath.

Single Rooms are around 14-20m² and can sleep one adult or one adult and a child (extra bed is a single sofa bed). These rooms have a lounge area and an ensuite with bath or shower.

All rooms have:

  • TV
  • Fridge
  • Safe
  • Bathrobes & slippers
  • Hairdryer

General information

  • Check-in: 4pm
  • Check-out: 11am

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.

Accessibility

  • Steps into property: Yes
  • Lift accessible: Yes
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: Yes

Longitude: 10.265689
Latitude: 47.129306

  • Transfer time approx. 1 hour 45 mins from Innsbruck airport
  • Located in the village centre
  • 350 metres to the nearest lift
  • 150 metres to the nearest bus stop
  • 400 metres to the nearest supermarket
Facilities

Spa & wellness facilities

  • Beautiful outdoor swimming pool surrounded by comfortable sun loungers
  • Indoor swimming pool with waterfall
  • Whirlpool
  • Finnish sauna
  • Bio sauna
  • Ice grotto
  • Steam room
  • Infrared cabin
  • Solarium
  • Relaxation room
  • Spa and massage treatments (payable locally)
  • Pool towels

Additional facilities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Terrace
  • Parking

Family facilities

  • Cots & linen available available
  • Early meals available on request (from 5pm)
Meals

Start the day with a varied buffet breakfast, offering a range of hot and cold options.

In the afternoons you can refuel with complimentary tea, coffee, and cake.

The evening half board dinner is a chance to sample some of the best of Austrian cuisine. There's a four-course menu with three choices of main, as well as a weekly Austrian buffet and a fondue night too. The hotel has an extensive wine cellar where you'll find the perfect accompaniment to your evening meal.

  • 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

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians
  • Dairy Free

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

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Total price from
£1738
per person from £869
Includes £304pp discount
22/06/2024 - 7 nights
2 adults
From Edinburgh
Half Board
Hotel Post
Austrian Tyrol, St. Anton
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