Chalet Bichler, Soll

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4.3 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
Excellent! The staff were very good, they couldn’t do enough for you. The food was exceptional, it was superb. I enjoyed every meal. It’s not a massive chalet, there aren’t many rooms, so if you aren’t going in a huge group it’s perfect. It’s in a great location, the bus stops about 10 meters from the cha... + more
Alastair Barnfield, Devon
4 out of 5
We very much liked it. The chalet is nice and big and has a great atmosphere, we had a lovely holiday. We liked having a good sized bedroom, Austria tend to have more generous sized rooms whereas in France they can get very squashed. It was quite basic but fine. The host was great. We liked the food which was s... + more
Middle aged Snowboarder
4 out of 5
Quite old and dated but overall OK. The chalet location was good for getting around Soll. The food was good. My bedroom had all the space I needed. The staff did a good job, no problems at all. + more
Mark
5 out of 5
The Bichler is a fantastic chalet. The staff were friendly, we had a good sized room and the food was great, 3 course evening meals with an aperitif, afternoon tea and cake and good breakfasts. Because the snow was bad we had to walk to get the bus, but I could imagine from the location that if conditions had... + more
Craig, Harrogate
4 out of 5
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Overview - chalet description - Chalet Bichler description

Sleeps: 11-15 guests.

The Bichler is a charming Austrian chalet with a warm and welcoming atmosphere, ideally situated in a quiet location with lovely mountain views and conveniently close to Söll’s lively village centre.

It offers cheerful, traditionally styled accommodation throughout and facilities include a dining room, comfortable lounge and ski & boot storage. The ski bus stops just 50m away.


Facilities - Chalet Bichler features

  • Attractive, traditionally furnished chalet
  • All bedrooms with private or ensuite shower/wc, many with balcony
  • Village centre approximately 800m
  • Free Wi-Fi

Special attractions:

Free wine included worth over €100.

  • Ski bus stop 50m
  • Village centre approximately 800m

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • Accommodation Summary
    Basement:
    Boot room and ski storage.

    Ground Floor:
    Dining room, lounge, wc.
    Room 0:
    Apartment with Austrian twin* and bunk beds. Private shower/wc adjacent.

    First Floor:
    Rooms 1 & 2:
    Austrian twin* with single sofa bed, shower/wc/balcony.
    Room 3:
    Austrian twin* with shower/wc.
    Room 4:
    Austrian twin* with shower/wc/balcony.
    Room 5:
    Single room, private shower/wc adjacent.

*In certain locations, a twin is commonly accepted as referring to two separate mattresses and duvets contained in one large frame. Most hotels have rooms that will take an extra bed if required. These extra beds may be bunk beds, fold-away beds or sofa beds, but the suitability of these beds may depend on each individual. Where an extra bed is added this may limit the space available. Rooms with extra beds are still bookable for two person occupancy although, in this case, the hotelier may allocate a standard-sized twin bedded room without extra beds. Single rooms do not always match up either in size or facilities to twin bedded rooms, even when a supplement is paid.


Meals - food and drink in Chalet Bichler

  • Skiers' Breakfast is included 7 days per week†
  • Afternoon tea and coffee with a selection of cakes†
  • 4-course dinners, including pre-dinner apèritif, choice of complimentary wines with dinner followed by tea/coffee & chocolates†
  • Special celebratory dinners on Christmas Day and New Year's Eve
  • Call us for more info on Chalet cuisine

†Breakfast hot option, afternoon tea and dinner is 6 days per week, due to Chalet hotel staff's day off.

We update Chalet Bichler'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 Soll - about holidays in Soll - about ski holidays in Soll - about ski holidays in Soll Austria

Super-efficient lift system Austria’s longest night time slope

The hub of the SkiWelt area, Söll’s a traditional and animated village at the foot of the Hohe Salve Mountain, looking out to the rugged Wilder Kaiser massif. With lots on for families, some smashing Austrian après and mile after mile to ski, the resort’s become a firm favourite with Brits over the years, and rightly so.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Night skiing Non-skiers

Soll webcam

Snow Report: Top 40cm, Bottom 10cm

Snow Forecast: 3cm expected this week

Snow History: November average depth 14.67cm

Soll trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Innsbruck (INN)78km, 1 hour
Salzburg (SZG)118km, 1 hour 15mins
Munich (MUC)144km, 1 hour 30mins
Region:Austria, Alps.
First opened:1959

Soll lift pass price last reported as €235 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Bichler.
Night skiing: Yes
Soll has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 620m
Top of slopes: 1957m
Bottom of piste: 620m
Vertical drop: 1126m
Total length of trails:284km
Longest piste:7.3km
Between the Wilder Kaiser Mountains and the Hohe Salve (one of Austria’s highest peaks) Söll’s the main resort in the SkiWelt - Austria’s largest lift-linked ski area. Getting here’s easy - you’re no more than an hour away from Innsbruck airport and those travelling by rail can get here in about 15 minutes from Woergl. Having left behind the reputation gained in the 80s as a ‘lads’ holiday hotspot, this is now one of the finest family resorts around. Kindergarten areas, child-care services, an indoor c...
Beginners will find a high standard of learning facilities in the area, with Skischule Söll providing a number of courses for different age groups. There’s a collection of nursery slopes near the village and you can catch the gondola up to Hochsöll for access to some short and sweet blues. This is also where you’ll find the Kinderland area, tailor made for mini skiers with a gentle slope and ski merry-go-round. A word to the wise: the main run leading back to resort is a red, which sometimes gets icy at the ...
Though this is a quaint Austrian village with big offerings for families, there’s no doubt that Söll still knows how to have a good time. Before you ski back down, stop at the Gipfelalm on Hohe Salve for a drink with a 360° panorama of over 70 high alpine peaks. Salvenstadl is always a favourite après ski spot, with live music, DJ’s and their famous hot apple cider tempting people from the slopes from 3pm. Anyone in need of some home comfort will love the Brit-style Red Horse sports bar, with TVs show...

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"Thoroughly recommended!"

Alastair Barnfield, Devon
4/ out of 5
Excellent! The staff were very good, they couldn’t do enough for you. The food was exceptional, it was superb. I enjoyed every meal. It’s not a massive chalet, there aren’t many rooms, so if you aren’t going in a huge group it’s perfect. It’s in a great location, the bus stops about 10 meters from the chalet and takes you directly to the gondola. Otherwise it’s about a 5 minute walk. Thoroughly recommended!

"Nice Austrian Chalet"

Middle aged Snowboarder
4/ out of 5
We very much liked it. The chalet is nice and big and has a great atmosphere, we had a lovely holiday. We liked having a good sized bedroom, Austria tend to have more generous sized rooms whereas in France they can get very squashed. It was quite basic but fine. The host was great. We liked the food which was standard chalet fare, duck one night, chicken one night, fish one night… Very generous cakes for afternoon tea and breakfasts were full English or continental. Having the bus stopping just outside (literally 10 yards) was very convenient and the bus takes you to the ski place in 5 minutes. If you walk it took 15 minutes which a lot of us ended up doing, there was only a slight incline and the walk was very pleasant.

"Chalet Bichler review March 2016"

Mark
5/ out of 5
Quite old and dated but overall OK. The chalet location was good for getting around Soll. The food was good. My bedroom had all the space I needed. The staff did a good job, no problems at all.

"Fantastic"

Craig, Harrogate
4/ out of 5
The Bichler is a fantastic chalet. The staff were friendly, we had a good sized room and the food was great, 3 course evening meals with an aperitif, afternoon tea and cake and good breakfasts. Because the snow was bad we had to walk to get the bus, but I could imagine from the location that if conditions had been better we’d have been able to get to the slopes quite quickly. We stayed the week before Christmas and it was quite festive with a Christmas tree out in the chalet and the staff were preparing a big meal for the guests coming the next week – shame we didn’t get to enjoy it!
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Mark
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