The Ultimate All-Inclusive Austrian Palace!
- All Inclusive
- Saalbach's top All-Inclusive Hotel
- ALL drinks included
- Indoor/outdoor pool and extensive wellness faciltites
- Free wifi throughout
The first thing that strikes you about the Alpin Resort & Spa is the 25m swim-out pool lit up in the snow. As Saalbach’s leading ‘All inclusive’ hotel, guests are really spoilt here with gourmet-level cuisine, an impressive range of premium drinks, cocktails and canapés to enjoy freely, and a state-of-the-art luxury spa spread over 3 floors.
Specialist Packages Available
- less than 1 minute's walk to the resort centre, ski bus stop and nursery slopes
- 2 minutes' walk to the Schattberg X-Press lift
There's a great selection of rooms to suit all tastes and budgets here. The rooms range from traditional and cosy Austrian twins to fresh and contemporary suites with living rooms and some very funky lighting. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, bathrobes, a hairdryer, satellite TV, a mini-safe, mini-bar and bathroom with shower or bath and wc.
- outdoor heated pool connected to small indoor hydromassage pool
- AlpinSPA wellness area with saunas, steam rooms, two whirlpools and quiet rooms with heated water beds
- extra charge for massage and treatments
- fitness room · bar · lounge with fireplace
- sun terrace
- small kids playroom
- laundry facilities
- in-house ski shop
- ski room with lockers and heated boot rack
- free WiFi
- lift to all floors
The hotel is all inclusive and you'll enjoy gourmet-level cuisine and an impressive range of premium drinks, cocktails and canapés all day. Breakfast is a hot and cold buffet or a late-rise breakfast can be ordered until midday. A hot and cold lunchtime and après-ski buffet is served until 5pm.
Dinner is five-courses with vegetarian options and a daily starter, salad and dessert buffet. All drinks are included from 8am until midnight including quality wines from around the world and premium branded beers and spirits, sparkling wines, long drinks and soft drinks.
Saalbach-Hinterglemm has top après-ski and nightlife, although it can get rather rowdy with hordes of young Dutch, Brits, Scandinavians and Germans flooding the villages' bars and clubs. Saalbach and Hinterglemm are 4km apart, with the former being the more attractive and traditional, as well as being traffic-free. Both offer slope-side accommodation, while the cuisine tends to be largely local. Mountain restaurants are varied and enjoyable and, because there is plenty of sun, they tend to attract the 'tan merchants' en masse. As for other things to do besides skiing, there are usually weekly competitions and ski/boarding demonstrations to watch, but beyond that not much. Unless you like bars and clubs…
Overall, Saalbach-Hinterglemm is a top Austrian destination that has good skiing, a traditional village and fun après-ski.