Alpenhotel Kaiserfels, St. Johann

Alpenhotel Kaiserfels Ratings & Customer Feedback
4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
We had a lovely week away here, the staff were just wonderful, all really friendly and very helpful indeed - the concierge lady in particular was amazing. There were a couple of downsides - lack of access to the village, which could only be reached by a long walk or taxi as the local bus went the other way - ... + more
G, Scotland
4 out of 5
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Location - where is Alpenhotel Kaiserfels

• Next to the Eichenhof lift for direct access to the St. Johann ski area. On the edge of the village, approx. 15 minutes’ walk to the centre. Ski bus stops outside (access to Kitzbühel, Fieberbrunn, Steinplatte).

Overview - hotel description - Alpenhotel Kaiserfels description

We are pleased to introduce Alpenhotel Kaiserfels, which is due to open its doors as a newly refurbished 4 star superior hotel for Winter 2014/15. Situated on the edge of St. Johann in Tirol at the foot of the Kitzbüheler Horn, facilities include a spacious lobby with two bars, a large leisure area and a lovely sun terrace with panoramic views of the Wilder Kaiser mountain range. Furthermore, the hotel offers the convenience of in-house ski hire and ski school as well as direct access to the St. Johann ski area right next to the hotel.

Facilities - Alpenhotel Kaiserfels features

  • Spacious lobby
  • Two bars
  • Sun terrace with panoramic views
  • Main restaurants with show cooking
  • A la carte restaurant 'Edelweiss Stube'
  • 400m² leisure area with indoor pool, steam room and various saunas
  • Free massage and beauty treatments (pay locally)
  • Gym
  • Children's playroom
  • Shop
  • In-house ski hire and ski school
  • Free Wi-Fi internet access

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

No. of rooms: 135.
  • Newly renovated small Austrian twins in the main hotel have shower, large superior rooms in the newly built annexe have bath, lounge area and sleep up to 3.
  • Executive rooms (annexe) with bath have an interconnected separate room with sofabed for a third person.
  • Junior suites sleeping up to 3 with bath and singles with shower are also available (annexe).
  • All rooms have balcony, TV, telephone, safe, radio and hairdryer.

Meals - food and drink in Alpenhotel Kaiserfels

  • Buffet breakfast and buffet style evening meals with show cooking
  • Children’s buffet
  • Christmas and New Year gala dinner included.
  • Dress code for restaurants: Smart casual
  • Breakfast service: Buffet
  • Dinner service: Buffet

Board basis options available

  • Half Board
We update Alpenhotel Kaiserfels's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about St. Johann - about holidays in St. Johann - about ski holidays in St. Johann - about ski holidays in St. Johann Austria

Huge linked ski area Great off slope activities Night skiing

St Johann's a typical Tyrolean village - beautifully Baroque and bang in the middle of the Schneewinkel ski area. SNO lovers have fantastic access to a host of surrounding resorts: upgrade to the Kitzbüheler Alpen AllStarCard and you’ll have no reason to ski the same slope twice.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Self-Drive Holidays Cross country

St. Johann webcam

Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 0cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 47.83cm

St. Johann trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Innsbruck100km, 1hr 15mins
Salzburg60km, 1hr 10mins
Munich160km,1hr 50mins
Region:Austria, Alps.
First opened:1910

St. Johann lift pass price last reported as € 206 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Alpenhotel Kaiserfels.
Night skiing: yes
St. Johann has N, W, NW, NE facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 670m
Top of slopes: 1700m
Bottom of piste: 670m
Vertical drop: 1030m
Total length of trails:67km
Longest piste:7km
With its gorgeous Baroque village centred around the magnificent church, you might think you've mistakenly taken a step back in time when wandering around the streets of St. Johann. An understated resort, it's been overshadowed by better-advertised neighbours in recent years - notably Söll and Kitzbühel - so you can expect a relaxing and relatively crowd free holiday here. An incredibly family friendly resort, there's a wide range of off slope activities catering to the most eclectic of tastes. Ski wise, St ...
Beginners will be heartened by the super short lifts right at the bottom of the resort, and with lifts right from the village accessing a good variety of gentle slopes it’s the perfect place to progress on the slopes. For those who’ve just moved off the beginner lifts, the first port of call should be the Hochfeld lifts - the Hochfeldabfahrt blue is a lovely long, wide cruiser. It also runs alongside the snow park, so you can watch the pros at play whilst riding the lift, which will definitely give you somethi...
St Johann’s might be small but it's home to a truly international selection of restaurants - you’ll find Thai, Indian, Chinese, and Italian takeaways, even a McDonalds if the mood takes you! For a more sophisticated meal, Gasthof zum Dampfl is one of the most awarded restaurants in the region, and serves a delicious range of local delicacies. Tuck into a truly multicultural experience at the Masianco St. Johann, where they serve a diverse range of dishes from Latin America to the Mediterranean (the Bouillabais...

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"Wonderful staff"

G, Scotland
4/ out of 5
We had a lovely week away here, the staff were just wonderful, all really friendly and very helpful indeed - the concierge lady in particular was amazing. There were a couple of downsides - lack of access to the village, which could only be reached by a long walk or taxi as the local bus went the other way - but apart from that it was lovely. The plus side of the location is that you can get straight up the mountain via the T Bars. The food was great, they had a different international theme every evening including Italian, Chinese and Austrian and you could always get a vegetarian option. The puddings were amazing – you name it, we had it – and the presentation was always very good. I couldn’t fault our room, which was really nice and had a balcony. The facilities were open but I didn’t end up using them – the swimming pool is quite exposed as people can see in from the outside, I think it would have been better with frosted glass. There was ski hire downstairs as well as a place to get your lift pass etc. and everything was explained very well.
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