Chalet Galzig

Chalet Galzig, St Anton, Austria


  • Wi-Fi: Free
  • Balcony
  • Ski Room
  • Lounge
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen
  • Ski Bus Stop : 20 m
  • Airport: 95 km - Innsbruck Airport
  • Resort: 250 m
  • Ski school: 500 m
  • Slopes: 400 m
  • Town: 250 m
  • Lifts: 400 m
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Transfer time

1 hour 10 mins

250 m

Ski school

500 m


400 m


250 m


400 m

About Chalet Galzig

4 star Chalet Galzig is situated in a picturesque spot, close to the resort centre of St Anton. The resort is where you can choose from a variety of bars and restaurants, shops to buy gifts to take home and of course those memorable apres ski nights out. The lively town is a pedestrian zone and is only 250 metres away, guests can still enjoy the peaceful surroundings and the splendid views from the balcony or terrace.

If you have come for the skiing, the Nassereinbahn Gondola and nursery slopes are just 500 metres from the chalets and the main Gampen and Galzig lifts are a little further at just 650 metres away. The ski area caters for all skiing abilities including beginners on the nursery slopes and there are also many non-skiing activities to enjoy throughout the day and evening, which can be enjoyed by all aged groups.

Chalet Galzig is tastefully decorated in neutral colours with a splash of red, to give it that winter Christmas feel. The oak beams and doors flow throughout the chalet and there is lovely wood paneling on the walls. This mixture of modern and traditional features are sure to appeal to anyone looking for a home from home feel.

Ski Accommodation

Chalet Galzig has an open-plan living area, dining area, kitchen, Austrian twin beds, shower, WC and a private terrace.


A buffet breakfast is provided with the option of a cooked or continental choice. Afternoon tea is served when you return form the slopes with unlimited tea and coffee as well as a slice of homemade cake. Dinner is a 4-course evening meal with canapes, aperitif, appetiser, main and dessert.

About St. Anton, Austria More information

St. Anton is renowned for being one of the very best ski resorts in the world - yes, The World! But then, it would be, being the home of the so-called father of downhill skiing Hannes Schneider, who developed the Arlberg technique which informs our skiing today. St. Anton is easy to get to as well, about two hours' transfer time from no fewer than...

  • Good for Off Piste
  • Good for Non-skiers
  • Groups
  • Lively Après Ski
  • High Altitude