Austria; Hinterglemm Ski Week w/Meals & Transfers (£300 OFF!)
- Hotel Austria
- 7 Nights
- Board Basis:
- Half Board
- Return Flights
- Atol Protection
- Luggage Allowance
- Daily Breakfast
- Evening Meals
- Free Ski Bus (when you buy a Lift Pass)
- No Single Supplement*
- Please call 0114 250 4042 for available departure dates
Hotel Austria, Hinterglemm
The Hotel Austria is well known for its excellent food and friendly service and is situated between Saalbach and Hinterglemm. The ski bus stops outside the hotel and intermediate skiers can ski back to the hotel at the end of the day, weather permitting. The hotel has recently undergone extensive refurbishments and now features a new reception and lobby area, a new dining room with house bar and a cosy cellar bar, which is a popular meeting place.. Includes Transfers & Meals.
LocationSet in between the villages of Saalbach and Hinterglemm, approx. 15 minutes’ walk to Hinterglemm and 25 minutes to Saalbach, with a ski bus stop outside. Bedrooms 57 Most rooms have been newly refurbished. Austrian twins have bath or shower, some are larger and sleep up to 3 or 4; singles have shower. Newly renovated suites with separate bedroom sleep up to 4 and apartments with two separate bedrooms sleep 4 to 6. All rooms have radio, cable TV and hairdryer.* No single supplement when single rooms available MealsHot and cold buffet breakfast with organic selection and 3 course evening meal with salad buffet. Twice weekly theme buffets. FacilitiesLobby; restaurant and bar; cosy cellar bar; leisure area with sauna, steam room, infrared cabin and relaxation room (FREE); massage (pay locally); Wi-Fi (FREE) and internet terminal (pay locally); lift.
Please NoteThis hotel does not accept credit cards. Saalbach & Hinterglemm - Two first class resorts, sharing 200km of extensive skiingSkiing in this area is really excellent. With 200km of pistes and 55 lifts this valley is an intermediates' dream. But there’s plenty of excellent off-piste available too. And don’t miss the long, flowing run down to neighbouring Leogang – often overlooked by visiting skiers. It’s a wonderful long north-facing run all the way down to Leogang. With perhaps a quick pit stop at the rustic Kraller Alm chalet. Saalbach-Hinterglemm are attractive villages only 4km apart (Saalbach is the larger resort of the two with a charming centre with stylish shops and cafés) but they form a vast ski circus in the picturesque Glemm valley. And with après-ski partying starting early each afternoon, at bars such as the 'Hinterhag Alm' in Saalbach and the Goaßstall in Hinterglemm with the more enthusiastic skiers dancing on tables in some of the the mountain huts, you could say there’s a circus atmosphere too! Those who want to continue into the night could try Saalbach's most popular tavern Costello's. Ski and Snowboard informationBeginners - nursery slopes are right in the village centres and both ski schools enjoy an excellent reputation Intermediates - extensive terrain for those preferring blue and red runs is directly accessible from both village centres including Bernkogel, Kohlmais and Reiterkogel regions. Advanced - the runs from the Schattberg cable car offer a good selection of mogul runs and off piste skiing. Alternatively, expert skiers will enjoy the challenging 'Nordabfahrt' and the World Cup run on the Zwolferkogel in Hinterglemm Snowboarding - one of the best Austrian resorts for snowboarders, with three fun parks and plenty of easy blues and reds as well as an abundance of off piste
* Additional Charges
If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy. Booking fee’s apply on all bookings and will be confirmed at the time of booking. Minimum booking fee £5 per person.
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