- Half Board
- The hotel presents cosy yet elegant interiors
- Just 300m from the heart of the village
- Traditionally rustic lounges with comfortable armchairs
- Pretty farmhouse-style stube
Renowned around the world, the exclusive Hotel Zürserhof offers the highest standards of service, discretion and class from the hospitable Skardarasy family. With elegant interiors and a refined atmosphere, the hotel will satisfy the most discerning of guests who expect convenience, comfort and luxury. Ideally located directly on the Zürs slopes, next to the chairlift and just 300m from the heart of the village.
Bedrooms: 101. Twins are large (30-40m²) with bath, satellite TV, phone, radio, safe, bathrobes, slippers and hairdryer. Junior suites are more spacious (45m²) with separate wc and superior suites (65m²) with separate bedroom and open fireplace in the living room are available on request. Singles have bath.
Meals: V Award-winning cuisine and fine wines of the highest quality. Full board. Varied hot and cold buffet breakfast, 3 course lunch plus 5 course gourmet evening meal with choice of three main dishes. (Gentlemen are requested to wear a jacket every day and tie at gala dinners).
Facilities: Spacious and elegant lounge with sun terrace; piano bar; various à la carte rustic stube; fine residents’ restaurant; superb indoor sports facilities including tennis court, gym, indoor swimming pool and spa/relaxation areas, jacuzzi, steam room, sauna (including ladies only sauna) (free); beauty treatments, solarium and massage (pay locally); hairdresser; on site sports shop and ski hire; childrens’ playroom; room service; wireless internet in public areas; lift.
Special Attractions: • Welcome cocktail and gala dinner • Traditional Austrian evening or fondue • Weekly jazz music • Gala meal and special Christmas and New Year celebrations (cocktail dress required at gala events)
Official Rating: 5 stars
Forget Lech and St Anton. This is the exclusive spot of Austrian skiing - and it's nowhere near as showy. This is understated wealth. Posh hotels, top restaurants and restrained nightlife. Even the ski school is exclusive, since most instructors are hired privately or by the same clients each year. There is beautiful scenery, although the village of Zürs doesn't have quite the same charm as Lech. To maintain pristine slopes (and just a touch of exclusivity), only 14,000 skiers are allowed on the slopes at any one time. That's about the combined total of all of Lech and Zürs' residents, so no riff-raff, please…
The skiing is extensive - 110km locally, with another 150km provided by the 'Arlberg Ski' pass (this gives additional access to St. Anton and St. Christoph). Snow reliability is superb, while the skiing is mostly for intermediates. Experts have plenty of off-piste and there are better tough runs in Zürs than Lech. Beginners have good nursery slopes, but the other terrain is challenging – Zürs is not really the best place for skiers to learn. Boarders might suggest a few improvements for the nightlife, but this is a great spot for them to learn and improve.
Overall, Zürs is an even posher enclave within an already posh area. Lech has allowed itself into the package holiday brochures - Zürs wouldn't dream of it…
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