If the last thing you want to be doing on holiday is scouting out places to eat and managing the budget, all-inclusive is your answer. Admittedly, there’s less all-inclusive in the Austrian Alps than you find in France, which just makes what there IS in Austria extra special.
The general rule of AI packages is that all the food and drink you’ll need for the week is included with the cost of your stay. Hotels usually have buffet style restaurants, or a selection of restaurants to choose between as well as a café area and bar. Chalets alter this slightly by having a chalet hosts day off, where guests have one night to sort out their own suppers in a local restaurant. Besides bed and board, most of our inclusive packages come with flights and transfers, and often extras like lift passes, lessons, childcare and ski hire are included too.
If you’ve found a chalet or hotel in Austria you like the look of, ask us to clarify what exactly comes in the package – it tends to differ from property to property, so it’s always worth double checking the things included and what you’ll need to sort out separately.
|Price (per person)
Alpinresort & Spa
Blending traditional wood and modern decor, this hotel under a minute from the resort centre and nursery slopes has on-site ski school and hire. The vast spa offers an outdoor heated pool, hot tub, saunas and steam rooms.
This modern Alpine-style hotel, 400m from Saalbach, includes a free shuttle, all meals, drinks and childcare for under 10s. Enjoy the gym and spa with indoor pool, sauna, steam room and outdoor Jacuzzi with mountain views.
This chic hotel is five minutes to the Gschwandtkopf lift and nursery slopes, with a ski bus stop opposite. Enjoy all-inclusive amenities like a mountain restaurant lunch voucher, indoor pool, sauna, steam room and tea bar.
|Alpin Resort Sport & Spa