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Apartment Ariane / St. Anton

Bedrooms: 3     Bathrooms: 3     Sleeps: 6
Pool: 1
Price/per week from: 9.500 EUR to 22.000 EUR
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The luxury and traditional styled Apartment Ariane is part of Chalet Eden Rock (nominated as Austria’s Best Ski Chalet at the World Ski Awards), located in the Nasserein area of St Anton. It is one of three apartments in Chalet Eden Rock. It is split over two floors with three en suite bedrooms. They are elegant furnished with separate bathtubs and showers. The living area includes a lounge area with fireplace, dining room and kitchen. Relax on the balconies and listen to music from the Bose sound systems after a day on the slopes.

When staying in Apartment Ariane guests can enjoy the facilities of the main Chalet Eden Rock. The shared spa area has an indoor swimming pool, steam room, sauna, relaxation room, fitness room. There is a relaxing bar area and a large dining room where you can dine with other chalet guests.

The whole property Chalet Eden Rock can accommodate up to 20 people.

Chalet Eden Rock Layout
Spa Floor: Wellness suite
Indoor swimming pool
Massage room
Steam room
Sauna
Fitness room
Lower Ground Floor:
Chalet Ariane – Two ensuite bedrooms
Balcony
Ski and boot room
Ground Floor:
Chalet Ariane ensuite bedroom
Chalet Ariane living area, dining room and balcony
Eden Rock open plan living room with fireplace
Eden Rock dining room
Balcony
First Floor:
Chalet Zari ensuite bedroom
Chalet Zari living area, dining room and balcony
Chalet Kanzi ensuite bedroom
Chalet Kanzi living area, dining room and balcony
First Floor:
Chalet Zari – two ensuite bedrooms
Chalet Kanzi – two ensuite bedrooms
Balconies

Luxury catered chalet
Part of larger Eden Rock chalet building
3 ensuite bedrooms
Split level apartment
Open fireplace
Shared use of indoor swimming pool with jet stream
Shared use of sauna
Shared use of steam room
Shared use of gym
Communal private bar
Balconies and terraces
Flat screen TVs
iPod Docks
Apple TV
DVD player
Espresso machine
Hairdryers in bedrooms
Wireless Internet (WiFi)

Booking price includes:
Seven nights luxury accommodation
Private chalet with shared use of Chalet Eden Rock‘s facilities
Comprehensive pre-arrival service from our ski specialists to tailor make you the perfect ski trip
Dedicated service in resort from a passionate team of hospitality professionals; including resort manager, chalet hosts, experienced chef and driver
Daily housekeeping
Freshly prepared daily breakfast
Daily afternoon tea; delicious sweet and savoury snacks to enjoy after a day on the slopes
Early children’s dinner (if required)
Lunches for children under 12 (if required)
Pre-dinner canapés followed by a delicious four course evening meal (six nights a week)
Carefully selected house wines served with dinner. A la carte wines available
One evening meal off to sample the local gourmet delights
Fully stocked complimentary bar serving champagne, premium house spirits, beer, wine and soft drinks
Bespoke menu consultation to suit all dietary needs and allergies
Freshly ground coffee machines in the chalet
24 hours in-resort concierge service
Bespoke driver service available 7 days a week: 08:30 – 00:00 (shared with other Eden Rock apartments). Additional hours available by prior arrangement.
A selection of handpicked bath and beauty products
Mid-week towel change
High quality dressing gowns and slippers
Hairdryers in bedrooms
Unlimited WiFi access

Price/per week from: 9.500 EUR to 22.000 EUR

All prices are subject to change and will be confirmed at time of the booking.

For such a well-known ski resort, the village itself is surprisingly small and compact. Its pedestrianised main street offers a wide choice of cafés, bars and good quality traditional and international restaurants as well as street offers a wide choice of cafés, bars and good quality traditional and international restaurants as well as The venue for the ski world championships in 2001, St. Anton am Arlberg is the ski capital of Austria and one of Europe's best ski resorts.

There are plenty of good dining options in St. Anton, and a walk through the village at night reveals a buzzing choice of bars and clubs.

With around 70 restaurants to choose from. The resort is a long, sprawling mixture of traditional and modern buildings crammed into a narrow valley. It used to sandwiched between a busy road and the mainline railway - but the railway was moved before the start of the 2000/01 World Championship season, and this area is landscaped into a park and ice rink. St Anton is full of character, its traffic-free main street lined by traditional-style buildings. It is an attractively bustling place, day and night

Reliable snowfall and challenging skiing make St. Anton and the Arlberg a holy grail for advanced skiers but there is plenty of fun to be had by less experienced skiers and boarders too. St Anton is also renowned for great party atmosphere on and off the slopes, with several famous après ski bars strategically placed on the lower runs back to the village and a huge range of après-ski to choose from down in town. The Arlberg ski area and ski pass also include the ski resorts Lech and Zurs.

The skiing and snowboarding terrain at St Anton consists of wide open treeless powder bowls, steep cliff drops and tight chutes, massive moguls, boundless linking groomed trails and gentle beginner areas. All the terrain is supported by a fast and efficient lift system.

St Anton offers top quality skiing and boarding at high altitude with some of the best off-piste runs in Austria that are best tackled with a local guide. Steep and deep or mogulled runs off the top of the resort are what attracts the St Anton enthusiasts.

An award-winning new high speed lift recently replaced the Galzig Cable Car from the resort centre making access into the main area much quicker and there are some superb runs for keen intermediates.

Whilst there are some beginner slopes directly above the resort, the area is best suited to strong intermediates and experts who will relish the challenge of St Anton’s steeper slopes whether covered in powder or bumps (fresh snow tracks out quickly). With the resorts of Lech, Zürs, Stuben and St Christoph all covered on the Ski Arlberg lift pass, there is no shortage of challenging skiing and snowboarding in this vast area.

Snowboarders will also love the terrain as well as the half-pipe and freestyle park.

summit  2,812m

Base      1,303m

Vertical Drop: 1507 m

Acres of ski: 105

 

Easy         49 km  (42 %)

Intermediate 54 km  (47 %)

Difficult    13 km  (11 %)

 

Halfpipe     1

Terrain Parks: 1

Lifts:             40

chair lifts     13

surface lifts 24

Gondolas / Cable Cars: 5

               

Restaurants: 68               

Bars: 12


Location

Distances to airports:

Innsbruck (INN) 100km
Zurich (ZHR) 200km

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