Ideal choice for the budget-conscious skier - perfect for families or groups
- Self Catering
- Most apartments are in the village centre
- Optional pre-bookable grocery starter pack
The Rauris Apartments offer the ultimate flexibility for everyone. Whether you're a family who needs your own space, or budget-minded skiers who just want a base to lay their head in, these simple apartments have everything you need for a great winter holiday. Each apartment is spacious and includes a kitchenette, as well as a lounge area for you to relax in at the end of the day.
- 10 minutes' walk to the resort centre
- 10 minutes' walk to the Hochalmbahnen Valley Station
- 10 minutes' walk to supermarket
- 10 minutes' walk to ski bus stop
All apartments have a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, oven and fridge. Towels and linen are included. Some apartments may include a dishwasher, microwave, toaster and WiFi.
Type C Apartment - sleeps 2-4 (max 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children up to 11 years): Bedroom with Austrian twin beds, living area with double sofa bed, private shower and WC.
Type D Apartment - sleeps 2-5 (max 4 adults or 4 adults and 2 children up to 11 years): Two bedrooms with Austrian twin beds, living area with double sofa bed, private shower and WC.
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.
Please note: Apartments are allocation on arrival and cannot be guaranteed together.
- ski room
MealsOffered on a self catered basis, guests will be able to collect provisions from the nearby supermarkets or enjoy sampling the regional and internationally inspired cuisine in one of the many local restaurants
- optional pre-bookable grocery starter pack
- optional 3-course evening meals available
- Many Austrian hotels do not serve free tap water with meals
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.