What We Love
- Up-close access to iconic events like the Hahnenkamm ski race, snow polo and golf festival
- The spacious full-service spa offers Ayuverdic treatments as well as a children’s area
- Three gourmet restaurants cook up lavish breakfast spreads and Italian-influenced degustation menus
- Free WiFi and shuttles to the ski slopes
What To Know
- Pets are welcome, but fees may apply
- Daily breakfast is included in the room rate
- Proximity to Hahnenkamm and Kitzbüheler Horn slopes
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
This 151-room hotel is a quintessential Tyrolean lodge featuring peaked wooden roofs, whitewashed walls and painted window shutters set against a bracing Alpine backdrop of lush forest and snowcapped peaks. Interiors combine a cozy ski lodge vernacular — roaring wood fires, antlers, tall-back leather chairs and female staff donning traditional Austrian dirndl – with streamlined modern design, like the minimalist black and white suites brightened with splashes of block color. Three restaurants serve gastronomic delights such as free-range duck with topinambour, kale and Abathe Fetel pear, while the 32,291-square-foot, full-service spa provides Ayuverdic indulgences. Also onsite is a ski and golf shop that equips guests with all they need to explore what lies on the resort’s doorstep: one of Europe’s most exciting Alpine recreation areas.
In the Area
Kitzbühel in both the ski season and summer, when the sunny Alps are the setting for golf tournaments, triathlons and car rallies. Recharge from all the outdoorsy activity at Bärenbadalm, a charming mountain hut that is one of the region’s best restaurants. Here, diners nosh on rustic dishes such as house-made deer sausage and trout caught from the restaurant’s own fish pond. After you’re stuffed to the gills, get your apres-ski party on at one of the town’s lively bars (we like the popular Streifalm, which is at the foot of the ski slopes), or test your karaoke skills at the Lichtl Pub, whose ceiling is bedecked with twinkling lights. And if the lodge’s enormous spa doesn’t do it for you, get slathered in healing herbal mud at the Aquarena Swimming Centre in the heart of Kitzbühel.
How to Get There
We tried the new Shushi bar.The food was excellent although the choice was limited and quite expensive - 20euros for 175cc of Sake! And how can you have a sushi bar without Japanese beer?The atmosphere was also not welcoming.The sushi bar is located within the main marketplace bare a yawning cavern with more attention paid to interior design than comfort or
Gemütlichkeit. Pity the soft shell crab was really super.
This hotel is greatly located for sun lovers (for skiers: Kitzhof is better located). Great sun terrace and good food, nice rooms, unfortunately no wooden floors, great SPA area and good gym. The friendly staff is really trying hard to make your stay memorable.
This hotel is very well appointed, with an excellent staff, extensive all inclusive breakfast and a perfectly maintained 9 hole golf course. Although I didn’t use the spa, it looked very impressive. We will return for a longer stay next time.