Amazing hotel in wonderful surroundings with fantastic cuisine and superb spa facilities!
- Half Board
- Luxurious mountain retreat, known as one of the best in Kirchberg
- Peaceful location, 25 minutes from the resort centre, ski bus stop outside
- 2,000m² spa with indoor pool, whirlpool, saunas, steam rooms and brine grotto
· 25 minutes' walk to the resort centre · 10 minutes' walk to the Maierl lift · ski bus stop outside
All rooms have a TV, free WiFi, telephone, bathrobes, slippers, hairdryer, safe and minibar.
Twin Room - sleeps 2-3: Box spring bed, single sofa bed, private shower, WC and balcony.
Superior Twin Room - 30-38m² - sleeps 2: Box spring bed, private shower, WC and balcony.
Junior Suite - 40m² - sleeps 2-4 (max 2 adults): Box spring bed, private bath, shower and WC.
Single rooms are available at a supplement on request.
Cots are available to hire for €10 per night. Please request at time of booking. Charge is payable locally with the hotelier and is subject to change.
· 2,000m² spa with indoor pool, double whirlpool, organic wooden sauna, sanarium, steam bath, aroma steam bath, infrared cabin, brine grotto, Kneipp pool, massage showers, ice shower and fitness room · extra charge for massages and treatments ·Zeinlachstub'n à la carte restaurant · two bars · lounge · two sun terraces · games room with pool table and table tennis · kids' play area · ski room with heated boot rack · free WiFi· four lifts to all floors
· hot and cold buffet breakfast · afternoon snacks · evening meals · weekly buffet-style theme night
Many Austrian hotels do not serve free tap water with meals.
About Kirchberg in Tirol
Some say that Kirchberg is a smaller, quieter version of Kitzbuhel. The two are lift-linked, but Kirchberg is a resort in its own right. It's a largely unplanned village, lively and crowded, with lots of young Germans, Scandinavians and Brits here to enjoy the nightlife. It's quite attractive and the hospitality is excellent. Prices are generally lower here than some more mainstream resorts in Austria, although they are still comparatively high.
The ski area has an excellent range of long red runs and challenging blacks, as well as some decent blue pistes for the less experienced skiers. Boarders have a specialist park and a half-pipe, while 'langlaufers' have 40km of trails. Because of its link to Kitzbuehel, there are occasional queues and the bus to the lift can get crowded, as well as car traffic in the village. If you want more skiing, you can always invest in the 'Kitzbuheler Alpen' pass, for nearly 700km of unlinked pistes. Accommodation and eating are mainly hotel-based, but there are some excellent mountain restaurants for lunchtimes.
Overall, Kirchberg in Tirol is a good alternative to Kitzbuehel with great nightlife and accommodation.