Amongst the endless summer holiday inspiration and tropical beach imagery this season brings, fans of the more wintry seasons have been greeted with a breath of fresh air in the form of the arlberg1800 Suites. At an altitude of 1,800 metres, the arlberg1800 resort is located in St Christoph, the area with the biggest snowfall in the Alps each year, making it an excellent skiing destination and alternative summer retreat for those looking for active holidays over beach escapes. The Suites are the latest luxury accommodation to open at the top resort and they take the area’s alpine opulence to another level.
More than just a simple skiing destination, arlberg1800 is one of Austria most exclusive resorts and along with some of the country’s best ski runs, it is the location of the world’s highest concert hall and the biggest big bottle wine cellar making it a sought after destination for wine connoisseurs. It is also home to the world’s oldest ski club, Austria’s largest ski school and a selection of fine dining offerings to frequent after the pistes have closed for the day. Along with the newly opened chalets, the resort has numerous other accommodation options including the historic Arlberg Hospiz Hotel which opened its doors 1386 and the Skyfall Chalet.
Situated above the arlberg1800 art and concert hall and with underground connections to the Arlberg Hospiz Hotel, new accommodation comprises of seventeen effortlessly modern chalets which offer the same 5* service as the larger hotel. A holiday with a personal touch, the suites are of varying sizes making them the perfect place for families and friendship groups to stay. With decadent appliances throughout, the Suites are a testament to 5* service as soon as guests walk through the door. Open fires, restaurant worthy appliances, Sonos music systems and Egyptian cotton sheets greet guests on arrival and there are also steam rooms, saunas and ice showers in each chalet to soothe aching muscles after a day of summer hiking or skiing the slopes.
The epitome of comfort and relaxation on the inside, the chalets also boast a private terrace or balcony to take in the mountainous scenery surrounding the area. In a ski-in/ski-out location within the resort, guests of the arlberg1800 Suites are just a stone’s throw away from the ski lifts and they can also enjoy direct access to the Intersport sports shop making sure picking up skiing equipment couldn’t be easier at the start of a stay.
The arlberg1800 Suites are available on request all year round, meaning you can enjoy the delights of the Tyrolian Alps at every season. To find out more about the new suites and to book a break, visit the arlberg1800 website now.