Ideal choice for the budget-conscious skier
- Half Board
- Bar & lounge
- Lift to all floors
- Ski room
- Wi-fi available
The Kronen guesthouse-style hotel is simple and traditional. It's 15 minutes' walk to the centre and less than a minute's walk to the ski bus stop so you can catch a lift straight to the slopes. The rooms are large but basic, with pine-wood furniture and soft floral furnishings. In the lounge and dining room, the wood-panelled ceilings and warm colours create a cosy, homely atmosphere.
- 15 minutes' walk to the resort centre
- 15 minutes' walk to the Geigenbühel lift
- 20 minutes' walk to the Rosshütte lift
- less than a minute's walk to the ski bus stop
- 10 minutes' walk to the nearest supermarket
RoomsAll rooms are non-smoking and have a satellite TV, free WiFi, telephone, hairdryer and safe.
Twin room - sleeps 1-3: twin beds, single sofa-bed, private bathroom with bath or shower, and WC.
- free Wifi throughout
- ski room
- lifts to all floors
- hot and cold buffet breakfast
- 3-course evening meal (waiter service or buffet style)
- early meals for children available
- New Year gala meal included
Seefeld is a great year-round holiday destination. It has a good snow record and most of the slopes have snowmaking facilities. In terms of Alpine skiing and boarding, there is a 23km ski field a bus ride away, that mostly caters to beginners and lower intermediates. Seefeld offers an efficient ski school and kids are well looked after. There are a few challenges for experts off the Rosshutte, but they can also head for the Stubai or Zugspitz glaciers and any of the other Tyrolean resorts. Skiing and boarding aren't the main reason why people come to Seefeld. By far the biggest sport is cross-country with 200km of trails. Seefeld has hosted two Winter Olympics (1964 and 1976) and the 1985 Nordic skiing World Championships.
Seefeld is a very attractive, traffic-free village that generally caters to an older, upmarket crowd. This means expensive hotels and restaurants and civilised après-ski. It's a stylish place, not for those wanting late-night clubbing and hundreds of pistes to bash. There are plenty of non-skiing pursuits to complement the idea that this is an all-round resort and not just a ski venue. If you want the full Austrian Alpine experience, Seefeld is well worth a visit.