Stuben is the smallest of the five Arlberg resorts and a typical mountain village with 80 residents and 700 guest beds. Charm and idyl abound in the little village, which is sustained by the warmth and hospitality of its residents. Comfortable accommodation in 3- or 4-star hotels, comfortable bed-and-breakfast guesthouses, exclusive apartments or self-catering lodging at most a few minutes on foot away from the slopes or the hiking trails for guests interested in sport.
Varied range of sports on offer
The once painstaking traffic over the pass has transformed itself to qualitative tourism in Stuben. Having arisen hundreds of years ago from a warming lounge for merchants, pilgrims, royalty and townspeople, Stuben is very aptly named and maintains a high standard of authentic hospitality. The village has kept its village-like character and offers its guests comfort and ideal Alpine sports conditions. The traditional and the modern exist in perfect harmony in the ski and hiking paradise of Stuben: The birthplace of the skiing pioneer Hannes Schneider is both tranquil and extremely sports-oriented. Numerous options on and off the slopes invite you to try out super downhill runs and a huge number of different tours here in Stuben. Rapid downhill swishes, enjoyable wedeln turns, zippy carving and freeriding in deep snow ensure golden moments in the ski area on the Arlberg.
Winter Pleasure in Stuben
Ski tourers, snowboarders, deep-snow skiers, firn skiers, heliskiing friends and everyone who enjoys snow experience a activity holiday and warm hospitality in Stuben. Stuben stands for multi-variant winter sports and a relaxing atmosphere with perfect hosts. Instead of pure luxury and flamboyance you will find coziness, romanticism and relaxation. Good food and drink in Stuben's restaurants and bars as well as friendly service round off your skiing holiday in Stuben.