Schwarzer Adler

St. Anton am Arlberg, Austria

Guests have enjoyed the authentic Schwarzer Adler hospitality since more than four and a half centuries. Today, the hotel is a combination of established traditions and modern comforts and offers a sophisticated and welcoming holiday destination in the Tyrolean Alps. Enjoy top living comforts, the newly renovated three floors spa facility, and the daily holiday highlight of exquisite cuisine to be enjoyed in a stylish ambiance. Get all your senses ready to enjoy the sunny side of life.
Mountain & Ski
Wellness & Spa

Hotel guide


  • You can choose between various accommodation categories ranging from cozy single rooms to spacious suites. All rooms feature bathrooms with tub or shower, WC, hairdryer, cable TV, safe, direct dial phone, terry robes and slippers, free Wi-Fi and some with balcony

Wellness & Spa

  • Fantastic outdoor pool, large indoor pool with waterfall and massage jets. Sauna area with outdoor KELO log cabin sauna, old wood sauna, organic sauna, dressed sauna, brine steam bath, and infrared cabin Relax area - with relax rooms and outdoor sunbathing lawn. Adler Vital - spa oasis with massage, body and beauty treatments. Fitness center featuring the newest equipment from Technogym

Wine & Dine

  • Organic gourmet breakfast
  • Afternoon tea, coffee with cake, etc.
  • 5-course choice dinner menu and special vitality menu. Extensive wine list
  • Weekly gala dinner


  • KJUS Skiwear is the eye-catcher of the season


  • Rooms from € 304 / day. Excluding local city tax of € 2,60 p.p. / night

Local guide

Worth getting out of bed for

  • The Arlberg, with its 340km of pistes (which unlike some other regions does not have to resort to treble counting!) and 200km of powder runs is one of the most varied ski regions in the world

Good to know

  • Free parking
  • Free ski storage at the Galzig lift facility
  • Late checkout (due to availability)
  • Modern indoor playground with kicker, funbox, boulder wall and much more

When to go

  • Snow is virtually guaranteed at the Arlberg. The resort has an average of 7 metres of snowfall every winter. So any time between December and April is fine

How to get there

  • Zurich is 2 1/2 hours away, Innsbruck is less well-serviced, but is only 60 minutes away. Friedrichshafen and Altenrhein can be opened for private jets and are 80 and 70 minutes away. We can arrange for your transfer from the airport.
  • Arlberg Express: To and from Zurich Airport at a price of € 50,00 one way and € 80,00 roundtrip
  • By train: The closest station is St. Anton. It is regularly serviced by fast trains from both Zurich and Vienna
  • By car: Winter tyres are a must if you arrive by car