- 2 minutes’ walk to the ski school meeting point and nursery slopes.
- Great location just off the main pedestrianised street of St Anton.
- Sauna room
The Hotel Rendlhof in St Anton is centrally located and a great option for both value and location. Run by the very experienced Swedish hoteliers – Langley – you’ll receive a warm welcome from the friendly team on hand.
The Hotel Rendlhof is in a fantastic central location just off the main pedestrianised street of St Anton. Close enough to be right in the thick of the action, but far enough to avoid any of the late night noise of this lively resort. You’ll also only have a short morning stroll to the Nasserein lift, and the Gampenbahn and Galzigbahn lifts aren’t much further, so no extensive lugging of ski gear each day.
The Rendlhof is decorated in a typically Tyrolean style with plenty of natural wood and attractive frescos. At the end of a long day on the mountain, there’s a sauna for relaxation time and a lounge to unwind after dinner.
The cosy bedrooms are comfortable and continue the traditional wooden theme throughout. Rooms are a good size with plenty of storage and all the essentials for a good holiday. Choose a twin room, or for extra space upgrade to a superior room sleeping up to 4 people.
Speaking of being in the heart of St Anton, one night of the week the kitchen at the Rendlhof closes, giving you a chance to get out and try one of the excellent restaurants on your doorstep. And there’s plenty of choice – from pizza and local classics to fine dining.
The hotel is very close to the centre of St Anton with many bars, restaurants, shops and cafés on your doorstep. Try Bobo’s Mexican, Anthony’s Grill and Italian, and Bodega Spanish tapas just up the high street for great atmosphere and tasty food. Across the road from the hotel is the village church, sitting elegantly in the centre of the town – pop over and take a look during your holiday. The lifts aren’t far either – the closest lift, the Nasserein gondola, is a 5-minute walk away and takes you up to the Gampen ski area. And for coming back down, the long and windy blue 24 is a good option for returning to resort.
6 minutes’ walk to the village centre · 6 minutes’ walk to the Nasserein gondola · 2 minutes’ walk to the nursery slopes, ski school meeting point, ski kindergarten and day kindergarten.
Hot and cold buffet breakfast · 3-course evening meals – 6 days per week · Christmas gala dinners with a traditional Swedish dinner on Christmas Eve, and a turkey and Christmas pudding dinner on Christmas day · New Years gala dinner with a 4-course meal (starter, fish, meat and dessert), a welcome glass of sparkling wine, red and white wine served with dinner, and sparkling wine at midnight
Evening meals are a set menu – please advise if you have food allergies or are vegetarian.
The restaurant is usually closed on Wednesdays, however this day may vary on occassion.
Many Austrian hotels do not serve free tap water with meals and the hotel does not have a lift.
A characteristic hotel close to the Nasserein gondola.
All prices based on London Gatwick/Innsbruck flights and transfers. Other regional airports available at a supplement
Prices are per person based on two people sharing a twin/double room
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