Alpenparks Central, Zell Am See

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Overview - apartment description - Alpenparks Central description

The Alpenparks Central Apartments are in a great location in the centre of Zell am See and only a very short away from the ski lifts and lakeside. Self-catered, with optional upgrade to bed and breakfast or half board with set 4 course evening meal. Comfortable lounge and bar, sauna.

Facilities - Alpenparks Central features

  • Restaurant open to the public, comfortable lounge and bar
  • Sauna
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout

Local Fees and Taxes

€300 deposit per apartment required upon arrival, credit card accepted.

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • 60-89m² Alpine Comfort apartments sleep 2-6 people have open-plan living and kitchen area with double sofa bed, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and balcony. 80-100m² Alpine Dream apartments sleep 2-8 people have open-plan living and kitchen area with double sofa bed, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and balcony.
  • All apartments have a fully fitted kitchenette with oven, hob, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher and coffee maker. Linen and towels included. Free Wi-Fi throughout.

Bedroom facilities

  • Availability of a cot
  • Cable or satellite programmes

Meals - food and drink in Alpenparks Central

  • Self-catered, with optional upgrade to bed and breakfast or half board with set 4 course evening meal
  • Restaurant is in the same building
  • No of restaurants: 1
  • Nearest restaurants serving dinner:
  • Distance to nearest restaurant serving dinner outside of property: in the building
  • Dress code for restaurants: smart casual
  • Breakfast service: waiter
  • Dinner service: waiter

Board basis options available

  • Self Catering
We update Alpenparks Central'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 Zell Am See - about holidays in Zell Am See - about ski holidays in Zell Am See - about ski holidays in Zell Am See Austria

Unparalleled panoramic skiing Exceptional on piste dining Culture rich town centre

With a terrific blend of top class skiing, a lively après scene and a beautiful location, Zell am See offers a lot more than you might expect from a small Austrian resort. The 15th Century village hides a fantastic array of bars and restaurants and the lakeside location is sure to dazzle even the most seasoned ski bums.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Shopping Non skiers

Zell Am See webcam

Snow Report: Top 225cm, Bottom 100cm

Snow Forecast: 0cm expected this week

Snow History: February average depth 98.5cm

Zell Am See trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Salzburg80km, 1.5 hours
Munich200km, 2.5 hours
Region:Austria Alps.
First opened:1927

Zell Am See lift pass price last reported as 225€ 6 days. Ask for a quote when booking Alpenparks Central.
Night skiing: No
Zell Am See has N, E, S facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December- April.

Town altitude: 755m
Top of slopes: 1956m
Bottom of piste: 755m
Vertical drop: 1201m
Total length of trails:77km
Longest piste:7km
With its gorgeous lakeside location and buildings harking back to the Middle Ages, Zell am See brilliantly balances traditional charm with modern efficiency. The town is easily accessible from anywhere in Europe - it’s only an hour from Salzburg by train which takes you to the station right in Zell’s centre. The drive is only half an hour longer, making it perfect for last minute breaks and long weekends. With chic hotels and boutique-lined promenades, the pedestrianised town centre is incredibly family fri...
Skiing the Schmitten mountain above the town puts you on some of the most scenic pistes in the world, with stonking sights of the lake and Salzburg peaks. Three quarters of the slopes suit beginners and intermediates and there’s more easy cruising on Kaprun’s Maiskogel mountain (a bus ride away). Schmitten doesn’t forget experts, with endurance testers and adrenaline spikers thrown in - the long, black Trassabfahrt is said to be one of the most challenging in the country. Besides panoramas and peaks, the b...
With plenty of opportunity for a quick bite or drink on the mountain, the après ski gets going long before the last skiers leave the slopes. The Pinzgauer Hut is a hidden gem on the mountain, serving delicious local fare and offers a complimentary snowmobile service to return you back to town. At the top of the Schmittenhohe, you can dance the afternoon away at the Schnaps-Hans bar, before making your way down to the town to carry on the party. The Cabrio is often the next port of call, where you can watch the ...

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