Excellent opportunity to stay in Söll on a budget-friendly option!
- Bed and Breakfast
- Good value, traditional chalet-style accommodation
- Optional upgrade to half board if required
- Choice of private or shared facilities
This is allocation on arrival, budget accommodation in and around the village of Söll. The guesthouses vary in style and facilities but all provide great value, simple bases for the SkiWelt. Accommodation is on a bed and breakfast basis - giving you the perfect excuse to get out and explore the great restaurants of Söll. And, as the Söll Pensions are all located no more than 10 minutes' walk from Söll's village centre.
- no more than 10 minutes' walk from the village centre
Twin Room with shared facilities - sleeps 2: Austrian twin beds and shared bathroom facilities in the corridor.
Twin Room - sleeps 2: Austrian twin beds, private bath or 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.
- choice of shared or private facilities
- continental buffet breakfast
- optional upgrade to half board with Dine Around vouchers to use in selected local restaurants
Dine Around VouchersOne voucher per person per day to be redeemed against a set menu in a variety of traditional and well-known restaurants, such as Postwirt, Söller Stub’n, Feichters Stüberl or Christophorus. We recommend booking a table in advance. Menus may be similar across the restaurants and can be picked up from the restaurants in advance so you can plan your meals.
Many Austrian hotels do not serve free tap water with meals.
The Ski Welt area is one of the largest in Austria with a total of 250km of pistes. However, its component parts make the territory rather similar, as it's basically made up of a number of smaller, lift- or bus-linked resorts. You can also access the massive 'Kitzbuheler Alpen' pass for nearly 700km of runs. The traditional view of Soll is of a pretty, cheaper, louder alternative to other Austrian villages, with good nightlife and inexpensive accommodation. While this is still partially true, the resort has consciously tried to up its family appeal by improving its ski school and childcare. Brits make up 20% of all visitors, with the ski area providing good beginner and lower intermediate skiing, decent but inexpensive nightlife and short transfers (45 minutes to Innsbruck). Advanced skiers won't find much to enjoy apart from some off-piste and boarders will only really want to try Soll if they are beginners or lower intermediates. There is a short bus journey to get to the lifts, which have been upgraded to decrease the queues.
Eating out tends to be in the hotel restaurants, while mountain eateries are good but crowded. Soll has a poor snow record and this can really affect a holiday. The SkiWelt has invested heavily in snowmaking facilities (100km of pistes now covered), but Westendorf's altitude is low (622m), shortening the season. However, there are some decent non-skiing activities (walking, sightseeing and indoor sports).
Overall, Soll is a pretty good resort, with lower costs, fine skiing for lower abilities and lively après-ski.