- Half Board
- Well situated for quick access to the slopes
- Ski bus stop just outside.
- Free use of sauna & steam room
- Live music & karaoke
Families and Children:
Meals: Buffet breakfast and four course evening meal with a choice of main. Weekly themed buffets including Italian and Farmer’s.
Rooms (2 people): Austrian twin rooms with shower, wc, hairdryer, cable TV . Some rooms have a balcony.
Apartments (2-4 people): One bedroom apartments with Austrian twin bedroom and a double sofa bed in the living room, kitchenette with microwave, oven, dishwasher, fridge, plus shower, wc, hairdryer, cable TV available at a supplement (3rd and 4th adult reductions applicable).
Board Basis: Half Board. Christmas gala dinner and New Year’s Eve gala dinner and midnight snacks included.
About Zell am See
Zell am See skiing
Set by Lake Zell, Zell am See and its bus-linked neighbour Kaprun make up the 'Europa Sport' region, with a total of 130km of runs, 80 of which are at Zell. The setting is one of Zell's biggest selling points, with lovely views of the lake from the medieval town and the slopes above. The ski area caters well for beginners intermediates keen on improving technique in the mostly tree-lined pistes. Advanced skiers have the Kitzsteinhorn glacier located down the road at nearby Kaprun.
Zell am See ski resort
The lakeside town has loads of activities for those not on skis or a board, with lively nightlife, decent restaurants and a full range of accommodation. It is good to check where you are staying in relation to the lifts, as there is a short free bus to access the slopes. For skiing, it is also worth exploring some of the other terrain in the area, like Saalbach, Bad Gastein and Schladming. Overall, Zell is a lovely spot for a winter holiday, with or without skiing.
The beautiful setting gives Zell am See a unique atmosphere not found in many Austrian resorts, and really sets it apart. Despite the smaller ski area, Zell am See remains one of Austria's top 5 resorts, and deservedly so.