St Anton accommodations
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SlickSlopeSurfer
January 27, 2004
Member since 01/27/2004
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I saw in an earlier post that some people on this board have been to St Anton in Austria. I plan to go next month and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for getting accommodations so late? Any suggestions on where to look on the web other than the official St Anton web site? Any help would be appreciated.
johnfmh - DCSki Columnist
January 28, 2004
Member since 07/18/2001
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See:

http://www.dcski.com/news/2003/02_23_2003/stanton.php3

http://www.dcski.com/news/2003/03_01_2003/lech.php3

Believe it or not, your best bet for accomodations is:

http://www.stantonamarlberg.com/

All places in the area can be booked via the official site.

In Austria, stars refer more to ammenities than quality. Hence, a 5 star will have several restaurants, a pool, a sauna, etc, etc. whereas a 2 star will simply have comfortable rooms and perhaps a breakfast (Frühstück) room. A decent 2 star is Inge--fairly convenient to the central ped zone and lifts with perfectly comfortable rooms. If you want to spend bucks: Hotel Schwarzer Adler (4 star) has an awsome indoor pool.

PS You can save a lot of money at St. Anton by not renting a car. St. Anton is on a main ICE (Inter City Express) route from Switzerland to Austria--you can catch direct ICEs from both Zurich and Innsbruck. Munich is also fairly easy to get to from STANTON. Once at St. Anton, you can can get almost anywhere by skis or by their very convenient, free shuttle bus system. Both Inge and Schwartzer Adler are within walking distance of the Bahnhof.


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(Anonymous)
February 13, 2004
If you find something, let me know where you found it. I would need to find accommodation for two nights next week and it seems to be virtually impossible.

Cheers,

Karri

karri@eudoramail.com

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