The pretty resort of St Christoph is small but perfectly formed and is part of the bigger and more well known St Anton ski circuit. The resort itself is a delightful cluster of historic buildings, restaurants and exclusive hotels, but it’s the huge Arlberg ski area that is the big draw here.
St. Christoph is a one-of-a-kind location; set in an open snow bowl, the traditional village is a hidden gem and is still relatively unknown. Relatively quiet and with ski-in/ski-out accessibility, St Christoph is fantastic for families but it's also part of the vast Arlberg ski region that Austria is so well known for. Just a short drive from bustling St Anton and cosmopolitan Zurs and Lech, those who stay in St Christoph truly do get to experience the best of all worlds.
Returning clients tell us that St Christoph has a certain fairy-tale charm that draws them back year after year and with its easy connections to the rest of the Arlberg, you can visit St Christoph every year and always have plenty of new runs to try out. The vast ski area offers something for everyone.
Virtually crowd free, you almost feel like you’ve got your very own private ski lift just a few steps from your front door. The nursery slopes are equally close to the resort is ideal for parents and kids alike. Small but perfectly formed, the pretty resort of St Christoph is part of the bigger and more well-known St Anton ski circuit.
We carefully select our hotels visiting each property and researching it in great detail before ever sending a client. Our hotels are hand-picked for their unparalleled accommodation, cuisine and facilities as well as first-class service.
Discover what the Arlberg has to offer at the Alpenhotel, situated above the village overlooking the rooftops of St Christoph.
With a chairlift just steps from the door and access to the Arlberg ski area, Hotel Maiensee is a skier’s hotel. For beginners and children the nursery slopes and ski school are directly opposite, providing ease of access so you can make the most of your precious time.
The Arlberghohe provides Tyrolean hospitality with a rustic style and benefits from its position in a very family-friendly, ski-in/ski-out resort.
Below you'll find our top picks for gastronomy in the area, including places to eat on the mountain, local restaurants you need to try and our hotel highlights.
Alber's Rodelalm and Robi's Rodelstall
The Rodelalm and Rodelstall are rustic old mountain huts, which serve Tyrolean classics with bags of atmosphere on the side. The Alm is a great spot for hearty lunches on the sunny terrace and the Stall is particularly popular on Tuesday and Thursday evenings when there's night-time tobogganing.
Verwallstube, Tyrol Austria
The Verwallstube is a very well known restaurant that we highly recommend. It serves fine seafood dishes such as bouillabaisse and loup de mer in a sea salt crust.
St Christoph and the surrounding area offers plenty of activities for non-skiers. Whether it be toboggan runs, curling, cross-country skiing, horse-drawn sleigh rides or even paragliding, there is plenty to try your hand at. There’s also a new sport and climbing centre available where you can enjoy various indoor activities on days where the weather is a bit flat. The Arlberg Well, the spa and leisure centre in the middle of nearby St. Anton, is perfect for relaxing session after a day on the slopes. Cool down in their swimming pool or relax with a traditional massage treatment.