Our Location:

“It could be worse”, as Grandma Ela would say, ironically. And she’s right: Tucked away between village and ski run in the hamlet of Nasserein, location is the ultimate luxury at the OMAELA. 

Unsere Lage auf der Karte Unsere Lage auf der Karte

Everything is so close.

Just 50 meters away from Nassereinbahn Gondola, getting your day started doesn’t get any easier. At the end of your day, you can almost ski-in to your Apartment.

Within easy walking distance of everything, yet far enough away to be private and quiet in the evenings, our backroad is called “Alte Gasse”, which translates to ‘Old Lane’. Only residents and guests are allowed to drive their cars here; everyone else has to walk.

Speaking of walking: The OMAELA Apartments is mere steps from restaurants and cafés in the hamlet of Nasserein. And the village center of St. Anton with its lively, pedestrianized main street is within a few minutes’ walk.

Arrival by car

When you arrive in St. Anton am Arlberg, take the entrance "F". Directly opposite the petrol station, an alley leads to the Nassereinbahn ground station (you can lower the bollard on the ground by pressing the green button on the pillar on the right - our guests are of course allowed to do this). In front of the Nassereinbahn, turn left immediately, where the lower path (the "Alte Gasse") leads directly to the Omaela. You can't miss us there.

Information: Vignettes are compulsory on all Austrian motorways and motorways (also on the S16).

Arrival by train

Starting your holiday early? No problem here on the Arlberg!

Simply make use of this sustainable advantage that St. Anton offers as a holiday destination: the convenient arrival by train. Your holiday starts even earlier. Without nerve-racking traffic jams, without fuel stops, arrive completely relaxed and rested. Regional and international trains stop at St. Anton station. Very useful: The station is located directly in the centre of St. Anton. However, we are also happy to pick up our guests from the station (on request).