- Half board
This family-friendly hotel offers a prime location next to the lifts,
the nursery slopes and the ski school meeting place in Oberau. The ski
bus to Niederau and Auffach stops 100m away. As well as stunning
mountain views the hotel also offers great facilities. The Tirolerhof also has a popular apres ski bar with sun terrace and stunning
mountain views. Receiving consistently good feedback, the Tirolerhof has
many returning guests.
Location: Oberau - in a prime location next to the lifts, nursery slopes and ski school meeting place
- On the slopes
- Ski lifts - 10m
Ski bus stop - 100m
Ski school meeting point - 10m
Resort centre - in centre
- Bar with twice weekly live music
- Après-ski bar and sun terrace
- A la carte restaurant
- Free use of small indoor pool, sauna and steam room
- Massages bookable locally
- Table tennis & table football
- Free Wi-Fi throughout hotel
- Children’s play area
- Early suppers
- Special kids menus
59 Bedrooms All non-smoking rooms have been recently refurbished and have satellite
TV, balcony and bathroom with hairdryer, bath or shower and wc
Komfort Rooms (2-3 people):
[22m2]. Austrian twin rooms can take an extra bed.
Komfort Deluxe Rooms (2-4 people):
rooms can take two extra beds and a mini-safe, fridge and a view of the
slopes (interconnecting rooms available on request).
: with a shower are available at a supplement.
Meals: Half Board
Welcome drink. Hot and cold buffet breakfast. Four-course evening meal
with choice of main including salad buffet and weekly starter and
dessert buffets. Weekly Farmer’s' buffet. Christmas and New Year Gala
dinners included. Fondues available at a supplement.
Official Rating: 3***
Oberau Resort Info
Oberau is part of the small 'Wildschonau' pass area (42km), linked by bus to Auffach and Niederau. You can also buy the massive Kitzbuheler Alpen Pass for touring access to nearly 700km of pistes. Only 3km from Niederau, Oberau is a very small traditional Tyrolean village with 10km of its own pistes. It is very beautiful, traditional and quiet, with very few bars, restaurants and hotels.
The skiing at Oberau is really only for beginners (there is a good ski school there) and lower intermediates, while there are a few winter pursuits for the non-skier. It is at a low altitude, so the snow can be poor. Not really a skiing centre, Oberau is a quintessentially old-fashioned Austrian village, which can be used as a touring base for more considerable ski challenges.
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