Chalet Karlberger, Kitzbuhel

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Location - where is Chalet Karlberger

· ski directly back to the chalet · 1-2 minutes walk to Hahnenkamm gondola · 5-6 minutes walk to resort centre

Overview - chalet description - Chalet Karlberger description

The Karlberger enjoys a superb location overlooking Kitzbühel. With the ski school and Hahnenkamm lift almost on your doorstep, the chalet is an excellent choice for those looking to get out early on the slopes. The dining room is bright and airy with large windows affording excellent views over the town.

Facilities - Chalet Karlberger features

· services of chalet hosts · staff live in · 15 bedrooms

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Chalet Karlberger - sleeps 29-35 (room numbers in brackets):

ground floor: Entrance hall, lounge/dining room with open fire and views over the town. Twin room with Austrian twin beds (16), private bath and WC located in corridor outside the room.

first floor: Twin room with Austrian twin beds, washbasin and balcony (101), shared shower and WC opposite in hallway. Twin room with Austrian twin beds, en suite bath, WC and balcony (102). Triple room with double and single bed, en suite bath, WC and balcony (103). Triple room with Austrian twin and single bed, en suite shower, WC and balcony (104). Twin room with Austrian twin beds en suite shower, WC and balcony (105). Double room with en suite bath, WC and balcony (106). Twin room with separate beds, en suite bath and WC (107).Twin room with separate beds, washbasin and balcony (108), shared shower and WC opposite in hallway.

second floor: Two triple rooms with Austrian twin beds, single bed, en suite shower, WC and balcony (109 & 112). Two twin rooms with separate beds, en suite shower and WC (110 & 15). One single with en suite shower and WC (111).

Type C apartment - sleeps 2-4: Located next to the chalet (separate entrance). Consists of one twin bedroom, separate living room with table, chairs and two single beds plus en suite bath and WC.

Meals - food and drink in Chalet Karlberger

• hearty breakfast with one cooked option • afternoon tea with home-made cakes • 3 course evening meal with house wine and coffee included (5 nights) • 4 course farewell dinner on final evening • early children's suppers available

Please Note

staff live in.

We update Chalet Karlberger'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 Kitzbuhel - about holidays in Kitzbuhel - about ski holidays in Kitzbuhel - about ski holidays in Kitzbuhel Austria

World's most difficult run Romantic Austrian charm Foodie favourite

Surrounded by the beautiful Kitzbühel Alps, Kitzbuhel in the Tyrol is a romantic medieval town with heaps of Austrian character and a great snow sports experience. Internationally famed for its après ski and the presence of the legendary Streif, it’s a holiday destination for the fashionable and fearless, and features on many a skier’s bucket list.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Groups après ski

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Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 8cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 52.5cm

Kitzbuhel trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Salzburg (SZG)80km, 1h10
Innsbruck (INN)100km, 1h10
Region:Austria, Alps.
First opened:1893

Kitzbuhel lift pass price last reported as Kitzbuhel €169
Kitzbüheler Alpen AllStarCard €232. Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Karlberger.
Night skiing: Yes
Kitzbuhel has N, S, E, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - April.

Town altitude: 800m
Top of slopes: 2,000m
Bottom of piste: 800m
Vertical drop: 1,200m
Total length of trails:170km
Longest piste:7km
Kitzbühel’s colourful medieval architecture, cobbled streets and gothic church contribute to a traditional village feel and with a 360 panorama of the Kitzbühel Alps, it’s a real feast for the eyes. You’ll find a friendly, animated atmosphere that reaches its height in the evenings where the resort is known for offering some of the best Austrian après ski around. A place to shop, dine and drink in style, Kitzbühel is well known for its designer boutiques, award winning restaurants and cosmopolitan nigh...
Kitzbuhel will leave both intermediate and advanced skiers and boarders very happy and doesn’t disappoint beginners either. You can even night ski on the Gaisberg (piste 41). Holidays here are good value for beginners thanks to the free lifts on 7 of the practice runs. You’ll find some convenient nursery slopes near the Hahnenkammbahn lift, a beginner zone in Jochberg and a sunny nursery area high up on the Horn. For snowploughers, the Horn has some cruisey blue runs and lots of undemanding pistes including...
Austrian après ski is arguably the best there is... and "Kitz" certainly doesn’t let the nation down. The nightlife is vibrant and varied, offering plenty of choice whether a day of schussing leaves you wanting to sip schnapps with the socialites, table-dance with merry locals or have a quiet winter-warmer with friends. The Pavillon is a popular and lively bar while you’ll find an Irish pub scene in O’Flannigans and great cocktails in Bergsinn. For after-hours partying, Club Take Five is a great nightclub. ...
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