World-Class Catherine Hughes, Extras & After Sales Manager Europe

"I would highly recommend St Anton to anyone who is serious about skiing. If you are looking for a ski resort offering extensive, challenging and varied skiing, St Anton could be the place for you. You certainly don’t have to be a wild party animal to enjoy it!"

Dining in St Anton

There a huge choice of around 100 restaurants to dine in around St Anton – much larger than in most ski areas. This great range includes many different types of cuisine rather than just the staple pizza or fondue options – there are restaurants specialising in French, German, Mexican, Spanish and Japanese cuisine for example.

Every budget is catered for right up to the highest gourmet options and there are dozens of different Tyrolean specialists. We recommend the Montjola, a St Anton establishment for more than 80 years, as one of the best options.

In the Raffl`s St. Antoner Hof, Raffl`s à la carte 'Stube' is an award-winning restaurant offering traditional local dishes, international specialities and baked goods from the in-house patisserie.

At neighbouring hotel, Raffl's Tyrol Hotel, 'Sticky Fingers' offers traditional fondue and raclette, both very popular options. For lighter bites, finger food is available at the Hell's Club.