Chalet Hotel Pinzgauerhof, Hinterglemm

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The food was really good, more general than traditional Austrian but with a choice of two or three meals that you chose the day before and with free wine which is always good! At breakfast they had a good selection of fruits, cold meats etc. and you could ask for a cooked option if you fancied one. They organ... + more
Sally, Salisbury
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Overview - chalet description - Chalet Hotel Pinzgauerhof description

Sleeps: 58-67 guests.

With an excellent location directly beside the gondola and ski hire shop, our Chalet Hotel is in one of the absolute prime locations in this excellent resort. From the ski room door, you need only cross a side street and take the elevator to the main Reiterkogel gondola. The attractive centre of Hinterglemm is just a stone’s throw away.

This delightful Chalet Hotel is traditionally furnished throughout, and after a day on the slopes it is a wonderful place to return to and recuperate, with its cosy lounge and bar, sauna, and the friendly service and excellent food from your Chalet Hotel team.


Facilities - Chalet Hotel Pinzgauerhof features

  • Excellent location next to the main gondola and ski hire shop
  • Approx. 2 minutes’ walk (200m) from the village centre
  • Lounge & cosy bar
  • All rooms are en suite with TV
  • Sauna
  • Large family rooms available
  • Free Wi-Fi

Special attractions:

Free wine included worth over €100.

  • Excellent location next to the main gondola ski-hire shop
  • Approx. 2 minutes' walk (200m) from the village centre
  • Lounge & cosy bar

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

ACCOMMODATION SUMMARY

Lower Ground Floor

Sauna, ski & boot-room, lift (not to 4th floor)

Ground Floor

Reception, dining-room with bar/lounge area.

First Floor

Junior Suite 101

Sleeps 2-4: Austrian twin* connecting through open archway to twin bunks room, shower/wc/balcony

Rooms 102 & 105

Austrian twins* with bath/wc/balcony

Room 103 (type B)

Austrian twin* with shower/wc/balcony

Rooms 104

Austrian twin* with shower/wc/balcony

Room 106

Austrian twin* with extra bed, shower/wc/balcony

Room 107

Austrian twin* with bath/wc

Second Floor

Junior Suite 201

Sleeps 2-4: Austrian twin* connecting through open archway to twin bunks room, shower/wc/balcony

Rooms 202, 205 & 207

Austrian twins* with bath/wc

Room 203 (type B)

Austrian twin* with shower/wc/balcony

Rooms 204, 206 & 211

Austrian twins* with shower/wc/balcony

Room 208

Austrian twin* with extra bed, bath/wc/balcony

Rooms 209 & 210

Single rooms with shower/wc/balcony

Third Floor

Junior Suite 301

Sleeps 2-4: Austrian twin* connecting through open archway to twin bunks room (2 children), shower/wc

Rooms 303 & 304 (type B)

Austrian twins* with shower/wc/balcony

Rooms 302, 305 & 308

Austrian twins* with bath/wc/balcony

Room 306

Austrian twin* with shower/wc

Room 307

Austrian twin* with bath/wc nd extra bed (large room)

Rooms 309 & 310

Single room with shower/wc/balcony

Room 311

Austrian twin* with shower/wc/balcony

Fourth Floor

Rooms 401 & 402

Austrian twins* with shower/wc/balcony (Both rooms partially under eaves).

** Type B rooms are smaller.

NB: 4th beds are possible on request in rooms 307 and 308

*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 Hotel Pinzgauerhof

  • Full skiers' buffet breakfast is included 7 days per week†
  • Afternoon tea and coffee with a selection of cakes†
  • 5-course evening meals with choice of menu, including pre-dinner apèritif, choice of complimentary wines with dinner followed by tea/coffee & chocolates†
  • Complimentary tea & coffee available all day†
  • Special celebratory dinners on Christmas Day and New Year's Eve
  • Call us for more info on Chalet Hotel cuisine

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

We update Chalet Hotel Pinzgauerhof'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.
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Resort - about Hinterglemm - about holidays in Hinterglemm - about ski holidays in Hinterglemm - about ski holidays in Hinterglemm Austria

Large linked resort Modern ski lift system Austrian aprés experience

This traditional alpine village is a part of the biggest linked and most popular ski circuit in Austria, offering gorgeous views, high speed ski lifts and brilliant facilities for all levels of skier and boarder. World cup runs, excellent childcare options and booming après ski keep snow lovers returning to Hinterglemm year after year.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Groups Aprés ski Families

Hinterglemm webcam

Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 13cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 48.33cm

Hinterglemm trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Salzburg85km, 1h 15
Region:Salzburg, Austria
First opened:1903

Hinterglemm lift pass price last reported as 245 € (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Hotel Pinzgauerhof.
Night skiing: Yes
Hinterglemm has N S facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December- April.

Town altitude: 1003m
Top of slopes: 2100m
Bottom of piste: 1003m
Vertical drop: 1097m
Total length of trails:270km
Longest piste:8km
In the heart of the Glemmtal valleys, this charming alpine-style village is composed of traditional Austrian architecture. Twinned with the adjoining village of Saalbach and the slightly more distant Leogang, Hinterglemm make up one part of the endless ‘Ski Circus’ area. In comparison to compact Saalbach, it’s smaller, more sophisticated and more widely dispersed, which makes it the more sombre of the two villages. Nonetheless, those looking for some noise won’t struggle to find it - the après on the high s...
Anyone looking to ski for the first time can find a range of ski schools available across the three learner slopes in different corners of the village. Once ready to head up the lifts, there’s a selection of friendly little blues back down to the centre, good for building confidence. Steeper blues and red runs come in different shapes and sizes to make Hinterglemm’s Ski Circus a stupendous opportunity for flourishing intermediate skiers and snowboarders. The piste bashers shape the slopes daily so you can e...
The après scene in Hinterglemm is famous for buzzing, award-winning venues which draw ski-junkies back here for top-notch parties and celebrations! Pull up a deckchair and sunbathe with a quiet drink at the Zwoelfer Treff, one of the many huts to enjoy when up the mountain. Perhaps the most revered joint would be the Goaßstall, where children will be entertained by the resident goats– make sure to come in your dancing shoes to find out why the Skiarea Test’ awards voted it the best après ski bar in the Alps...
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"Chalet Hotel Pinzgauerhof Dec 14"

Sally, Salisbury
3/ out of 5
The food was really good, more general than traditional Austrian but with a choice of two or three meals that you chose the day before and with free wine which is always good! At breakfast they had a good selection of fruits, cold meats etc. and you could ask for a cooked option if you fancied one. They organised quizzes and a few things like that which you could do in the evenings, we did the quiz but not much else. There was a run right behind us which would have been really easy to get to but it didn’t have enough snow, we ended up walking quite a bit to the piste as most runs weren’t open at the beginning of the season. There were a couple of hiccoughs that needed ironing out (I had a blocked toilet that they failed to fix properly) but overall we had a good stay.
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