Good, popular hotel in a quiet location offers typical Tyrolean hospitality, charm and friendliness!
- Half Board
- Warm, welcoming atmosphere
- Free bus servicing outside the hotel
- Comfortable accommodation
· 4 minutes' walk to the Gaisberg lift · 8 minutes' walk to the village centre · 5-10 minutes' bus ride to the ski school · ski bus stop outside hotel
All rooms have a satellite TV, WiFi, telephone and hairdryer.
Twin Room - 26m² - sleeps 2-4 (max 3 adults): Austrian twin beds, double sofa bed, private bath or shower, WC and balcony.
Twin Room - 40m² - sleeps 2-5 (max 3 adults): Austrian twin beds, single bed, double sofa bed, private bath or shower, WC and balcony.
Austrian twin beds
Austrian twin beds are very common in Central Europe. They’re simply one large bed frame containing two single mattresses, both with separate duvets and linen sets, that cannot be separated. Separate twin beds are less common and can often be head to head beds, rather than side by side, if they are available.
· steam room, sauna, infrared cabin and relaxation area · massage and beauty treatments available at extra charge · bar and lounge with fireplace · children's playroom · Almrausch après bar · WiFi in lounge and rooms · 90 bedrooms · baby monitors available free of charge on request · a la carte restaurant (not in all inclusive) · lobby with seating
· buffet breakfast · 4-course evening meal with a choice
of main course and daily starter, soup, salad and dessert buffets ·
twice weekly specialty themed buffet · Christmas and New Year's Eve
gala dinners included · children's menu and high chairs on request
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.