Hotel Alpbacherhof, Alpbach

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The hotel and everything was great. The hotel requested that people dress nicely for their dinner attire, but lots of people didn’t pay attention to this so we relaxed a bit later on in the week to wear jeans and a smart top for example. It would be really helpful to have the option for formal/informal dinn... + more
Sarah
4 out of 5
We had a fantastic time with our 2 kids here. The Spa was unbelievable! You swim inside, go through some sliding doors, and then you’re outside swimming in the snow! Out of 5, the spa would get 5++! Rooms were ok, though not great – there was one weird thing: It sounded like one side of the hotel had mountai... + more
Jack & Katherine, Herefordshire
4 out of 5
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Accommodation
Full Board
Ferry Included
No Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location: where is Hotel Alpbacherhof

    • Centrally located, just one minute's walk to ski bus stop
    • Just a few minutes walk to the nursery slopes
    • Transfer time: approx. 1 hour by coach from Innsbruck airport

Overview: hotel description: Hotel Alpbacherhof description

The traditional Hotel Alpbacherhof is proud of its four star superior rating and remains a firm favourite with our guests. Centrally located in Alpbach, the hotel combines a homely atmosphere and comforts with high standards of cuisine and offers a superb spa area with a heated pool.

Panorama Spa

The hotel has made a large investment into its wellness area which now includes multiple saunas and steam baths, pine thermal bath, infrared cabin and relaxation room. It is the perfect place to take in your surroundings and chill after a day on the slopes. The hotel also has an indoor/outdoor panoramic swimming pool and whirlpool.

Full Board

Feel free to work up an appetite out on the slopes as all catering is taken care off. There is a buffet room with show kitchen and an excellent afternoon buffet in case you get peckish between meals.

Transfer time: approx. 1 hour by coach from Innsbruck airport.


Distance of Hotel Alpbacherhof to Ski Lifts

See which Alpbach ski lifts are nearest to Hotel Alpbacherhof.

  • Böglerlift platter - 127m
  • Wiedersbergerhornbahn (Sektion I) gondola - 1644m
  • Verbindungsbahn Sektion 1 gondola - 1649m
  • Gmahbahn chair lift - 2045m
  • Wiedersbergerhornbahn (Sektion II) gondola - 2159m
  • Acherfeldlift platter - 2267m
  • Pöglbahn gondola - 2392m
  • Galtenberglift t-bar - 2788m
  • Hornbodenlift platter - 2993m
  • Verbindungsbahn Sektion 2 gondola - 3035m
  • Schatzbergbahn gondola - 3181m
  • Kohlgrubenlift chair lift - 3282m
  • Muldenlift platter - 3571m
  • Brandegglift chair lift - 3598m
  • Thalerkogellift t-bar - 3706m
  • Gipfelbahn chair lift - 3707m
  • Hahnkopfbahn chair lift - 3972m

Navigating in Alpbach can vary, as distances from Hotel Alpbacherhof to ski lifts are in a straight line.


Families: Hotel Alpbacherhof for children

  • Family friendly hotel
  • Early meals available
  • Children's menu
  • Cots & linen

Facilities: Hotel Alpbacherhof features

  • Reception area with antiques
  • Wood-panelled lounges
  • Large hotel bar and restaurant with scenic south-facing views
  • à la carte stube
  • Large leisure area with connecting indoor/outdoor pool, panorama saunas and herbal steam rooms, infrared cabin, fitness room and relaxation area with stunning views of the 'Graltspitz' Mountains. Please note: Swimsuits are not permitted in the sauna area.
  • Private spa, massage, beauty treatments, solarium, and yoga room (pay locally)
  • Sun terrace
  • Wi-Fi
  • Lift

Room Types: Hotel Alpbacherhof bedrooms

  • No. of rooms: 62
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 3
  • Official rating: 4.5

Rooms

Comfort Romantik Austrian twin rooms are around 30m² and have a north-facing balcony. These rooms have a bath and sleep up to three using the sofa bed in the lounge area.

Comfort Alpin Austrian twin rooms are around 22m² and have an south-facing balcony. These rooms have a shower and sleep up to two.

Comfort Junior Austrian twin rooms are around 30m² and have a south-facing balcony. These rooms have a bath and a lounge area but can only sleep two adults.

Comfort Panorama Austrian twin rooms are around 30m² and have a south-facing balcony. These rooms have a shower and a lounge area and can sleep up to three using a single sofa bed.

All rooms are in the main wing of the hotel.

Bedroom Facilities

  • TV
  • Safe
  • Minibar
  • Hairdryer
  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: Yes

Alpbach has very limited flat sections in and around the village and we do not recommend this resort for guests with limited mobility.


Meals: Hotel Alpbacherhof food & drink

Hot and cold buffet breakfast.

Lunch buffet from 1pm - 2:30pm and afternoon buffet from 3pm - 4:30pm.

Alcohol-free drinks served from 1pm - 4:30pm.

Four course evening meal with choice of main course.

Special Christmas and New Year celebrations included.

  • No of restaurants: 1

Board basis options available

  • Full Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians

Special diets are available on a request basis. Catering for dietary allergies will need to be checked before booking.

We update Hotel Alpbacherhof'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.

Availability: dates & airports: dates & departure airports: hotel dates & departure airports: Hotel Alpbacherhof dates & departure airports

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Sat 21 Dec 202421/12/24
£1533
Sat 28 Dec 202428/12/24
£1648
Sat 04 Jan 202504/01/25
£1303
Sat 11 Jan 202511/01/25
£1433
Sat 18 Jan 202518/01/25
£1389
Sat 25 Jan 202525/01/25
£1389
Sat 01 Feb 202501/02/25
£1429
Sat 08 Feb 202508/02/25
£1449
Sat 15 Feb 202515/02/25
£1603
Sat 22 Feb 202522/02/25
£1379
Sat 01 Mar 202501/03/25
£1489
Sat 08 Mar 202508/03/25
£1303
Sat 15 Mar 202515/03/25
£1283
Sat 22 Mar 202522/03/25
£1343
This package holiday to Hotel Alpbacherhof in Alpbach, Austria departs Saturday 21st December 2024, for a 7 night stay on a "full board" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 2024 was between €1 and €3 per person, per night.
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Resort: about Alpbach: about holidays in Alpbach: about ski holidays in Alpbach: about ski holidays in Alpbach Austria

Picturesque village Brilliant family resort Excellent for beginners

Alpbach is said to be the most beautiful village in Austria and it’s not hard to see why: this picturesque, chocolate-box village in Western Austria oozes traditional Troylean charm and boasts sensational mountain views. These together with the resort’s modern amenities, varied ski area and a relaxed, friendly atmosphere make it a great location for a quiet ski holiday.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Couples Beginners and lower intermediate skiers

Alpbach webcam

Snow Report: Top 140cm, Bottom N/Acm

Snow Forecast: 28cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 49.67cm

Alpbach trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Innsbruck (INN)58 km, 1 hr
Munich (MUC)168 km, 2 hrs
Salzburg (SZG)143 km, 1 hr 45
Region:Tirol
First opened:1930

Alpbach lift pass price last reported as 6-day adult €254.50. Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Alpbacherhof.
Night skiing: Yes
Alpbach has NW, N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December- April.

Town altitude: 1,000m
Top of slopes: 2,030m
Bottom of piste: 1,000m
Vertical drop: 1,209m
Total length of trails:45km (local) 109km (area)
Longest piste:4km
Voted as Austria's most beautiful village, this West Austrian ski resort is one of the larger in Tyrolean resorts. It was established in the 1930s and has been a popular ski destination with Brits ever since, particularly couples, families and anyone looking for a peaceful ski holiday. It's easy to understand why we can't get enough of this picturesque resort - the village is quiet and has maintained a lot of its traditional charm. It's pretty much car-free, with no main roads running through the centre. This re...
The local ski area is part of the famous Ski Juwel which connects to other resorts including Auffach, Kramsach, Niederau, Oberau, Reith im Alpbachtal and Thierbach. The area is best suited to beginners, with excellent facilities for learning to ski, including 3 nursery slopes for those who want to find their feet before getting out on the pistes. The longest piste is a 4km family run in Inneralpbach which is a great run to do as a family at the end of the week. Alpbach is a fantastic place to learn to ski a...
As the resort caters mainly for families and couples the après ski is fairly casual compared to other Austrian resorts. Despite this, you can still find somewhere where the atmosphere can be quite lively with a selection of bars, including two après ski inns to choose from. One of the most popular venues is Joe Salettl’s, an attractive sun terrace with amazing views to gaze at with a drink in hand. Jakober bar is the main attraction for many visitors and locals, with great drinks and live music. There are ...

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"Everything was great."

Sarah
4/ out of 5
The hotel and everything was great. The hotel requested that people dress nicely for their dinner attire, but lots of people didn’t pay attention to this so we relaxed a bit later on in the week to wear jeans and a smart top for example. It would be really helpful to have the option for formal/informal dinning. The staff were all very lovely and we were well looked after, they were very attentive. The pool was lovely with various seating areas and a bit of a lounge area upstairs. The spa area had two different saunas, one for adults only and another for not adults only, but we saw some things that we can’t unsee in the non-adults only sauna (especially with our 15yr old). I’m aware of these cultural approaches and we avoided the adult only ones for this reason, but it put me off using the facilities, especially doing it with a youth. They also had rules about what to wear in different locations, but it wasn’t policed by the staff – just a minor note to be aware of. Overall we had a great trip though! The food was good but we had our 15yr old child with us and they really made a meal of drawing out the 7-course meals. To do this every night became a little tiresome, so just be aware that it is quite extravagant. It was a formal waiter service dinning affair. You choose at breakfast time what you wanted for your courses in the evening (including vegetarian choices). It’s all very grand and they have the wine instructions etc. but it’s all a bit much for a full week. We didn’t make lunch at all as we had lunch on the mountain so I can’t comment on this. From a ski point of view, there was a nursery slope very close to the hotel, but more often than not it tended to be closed. Also the lessons etc. all tended to be up on the mountain so we didn’t really use that nursery slope much. There is a bus stop outside the hotel but as a beginner skier it would have been nice to have been told on the first day where to catch it, but otherwise it was fine. We found some ski lockers near the slopes as well which made it much easier than carrying the skis around.

"Fond memories in Alpbach"

Jack & Katherine, Herefordshire
4/ out of 5
We had a fantastic time with our 2 kids here. The Spa was unbelievable! You swim inside, go through some sliding doors, and then you’re outside swimming in the snow! Out of 5, the spa would get 5++! Rooms were ok, though not great – there was one weird thing: It sounded like one side of the hotel had mountain views and the other looked out onto the street, so we paid extra to have a mountain view, then cheaped out putting the kids in a standard room. But actually both sides had the same view so we needn’t have paid more. Ours was beautifully done and more spacious than theirs, which was pokey. Food was great and restaurant service generally fantastic… They couldn’t bring you food fast enough! Apart from the one night when the guy who served us had a day off – then it seemed like we’d dropped off the face of the earth and service was awful, we had to keep asking for food. The overall service was really good.
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