Villas in Austria
Lech is one of Austria's main attractions for the rich and famous. From royalty to business leaders, from sports stars to film producers, Lech is a favourite luxury hotel hideaway for the wealthier classes.Lech has long been a luxury resort set in the midst of some spectacular skiing. Lech is also home to one of the Alps’ best snow records, so there's plenty to love here.As a resort, Lech and its overlooking ski-in, ski-out suburb of Oberlech, is decidedly upmarket, but still very family-friendly and for intermediates, the skiing here is second to none. With 305km of linked runs and 200km of ungroomed ski routes in the Ski Arlberg zone, the combined Lech-Zürs area now ranked among the top five largest ski domains in the world.
St Anton in the Arlberg region of Austria is one of the world's most famous ski resorts, renowned for its very lively après ski scene and superb terrain, it offers some of the most challenging intermediate and advanced ski slopes in the Alps.It is also full of history, as one of the world's longest-established and most historically important ski resorts in Austria, and indeed in the world.The village of St Anton actually consists of several suburbs and amalgamated hamlets which together now form one large linear-shaped resort. The centre of the main town is pedestrianised, has plenty of traditional Alpine character, and is bustling with activity throughout the day and late into the night.
Brandnertal in Austria’s westernmost province of Vorarlberg is home to one of Austria’s most family friendly ski resorts with 55km well-groomed piste skiing.It is a great family ski resort with impressive facilities for children both on and off mountain. With or without a family, the area will suit skiers who are more concerned with a quality mountain resort experience rather than a vibrant night scene.The well-groomed ski runs are best for beginners and intermediates, with 22km for beginners, 30km intermediate and just 3km designated advanced. The longest of the runs is from Loischkopf to Burserberg, at 5km, it is one of the longest in the Vorarlberg.
St Gallenkirch in Austria is a large resort with 26 lifts (4 gondolas, 11 chair lifts, 11 surface lifts) that offers skiers an incredible 1471 metres (4825 feet) of vertical descent. St Gallenkirch has 30 pistes and is best suited to beginner skiers and snowboarders but there is some terrain for both expert and intermediates. There are 30 kilometers (19 miles) of cross country ski trails at St Gallenkirch. For snowboarders, there is a terrain park and a half pipe.