The comfortable and traditional St. Lukas offers outstanding value for money, combined with excellent food and wine in one of Austria's favourite resorts.
Enjoying a quiet setting yet only a short walk from the lively village centre, Chalet St. Lukas provides a friendly and relaxed base for your ski holiday. After a day on the slopes the sauna is a welcome attraction and the bright and airy dining room and lounge with TV are sociable spots to mingle.
- Most rooms with en suite facilities & most with balcony
- In-house sauna
- 10 minutes’ walk from village centre, lifts and nightlife
- Ski bus stop 250m
- FREE ski & boot storage at the lifts
- FREE Wi-Fi
Your chalet holiday includes:
- Full skiers’ buffet breakfast, with a daily hot option*
- Afternoon tea/coffee with a selection of cakes*
- 4 course evening meals with choice of menu, inc. pre-dinner apéritif, choice of complimentary wines, tea/ coffee & chocolates*
- Friendly service from your Chalet Hotel team
*Breakfast hot option, afternoon tea and dinner is 6 days per week, due to Chalet hotel staff's day off.
One of Austria's best known resorts, Mayrhofen lies at the end of the Ziller Valley where keen skiers and those seeking lively après-ski and nightlife are well catered for.
The Zillertal Superskipass covers the whole of the Ziller Valley, including the resorts of Fügen, Kaltenbach, Zell am Ziller, Gerlos, Finkenberg, Lanersbach and the glacier at Hintertux, an incredible total of over 650km of pistes and 172 lifts connected by a free bus or train.
Non-skiers can enjoy a variety of activities in Mayrhofen or take the train and explore other areas. The après-ski and nightlife is extensive with bars, pubs and clubs including 'The Ice bar', 'Apropos', the 'Arena' and the 'Schlüssel Alm'.
Skiing in and around Mayrhofen
Mayrhofen enjoys an excellent reputation for its ski tuition and the Mount Everest ski school will guide beginners on the easy nursery slopes of the Penken. Due to the position of the slopes, a lift pass is essential for all skiers including beginners.
Skiers who enjoy wide open blue and red runs will revel in the abundance of well prepared, long runs and the modern lift system suiting all levels of intermediates.
There is a wide variety of steep red and black runs in the Mayrhofen area and if you’re feeling adventurous try the ‘Hari Kiri’, the steepest prepared slope in Austria with its 78% gradient. There is also plenty of accessible off-piste.
The Penken offers one of the best funparks in Europe sponsored by ‘Vans’ with a half-pipe, beginner and pro line kickers, rails, boxes and chill out area. Mayrhofen also offers, long open cruisy blues and red runs for beginners and intermediates.