Built into the hillside with incredible views over the Ötz valley, it’s no wonder the Hotel Alpenaussicht’s name translates to ‘Alp View’ in English. The traditional hotel is run by the Ribis family and is a firm favourite with Tyrolean locals for its impressive views and authentic food.
The quirky layout of the hotel makes the most of its surroundings with spacious rooms that look out onto the mountains. All rooms have a balcony or terrace, so early risers heading for the first ski lifts can enjoy the sunrise before hitting the slopes. You'll be based just 600 metres from the village centre and a short walk to the Wiesenlift drag lift and Festkoglbahn gondola.
The Alpenaussicht prides itself on providing locally-sourced and authentic food. There is nothing better to fuel a day on the slopes than a breakfast buffet of regional specialities and freshly baked bread. We love the fresh water available from the hotel’s very own rock spring or, when you’re looking for something a little stronger, head to the cocktail bar for a relaxing drink on the terrace.
Transfer time: approx. 1 hour 30 minutes by coach from Innsbruck airport.
Local Fees and Taxes
Tourist tax of €3.50 per person per night paid locally directly to hotel.
Kristall Rooms Austrian twin room up to 24-30m² including a lounge area. The room has an east or west facing balcony, TV, Wi-Fi, safe, and hair dryer. They sleep up to two adults.
Alpenrose Rooms offer more space with 35m² including a lounge area and have a west facing balcony. They can sleep up to two adults and two children (16 years and under) using an additional double sofa bed.
Triple Room has the same space and amenities as the Alpenrose Rooms. They can sleep up to three adults.
Single Rooms offer 21m² of space with a shared, west facing balcony. These can sleep one additional person up to the age of 14.
The chefs at the Hotel Alpenaussicht believe that "regionality and sustainability simply taste better." The breakfast buffet includes all the food you would expect to find, as well as local specialities and a juice bar.
Your evening meal is a four-course dinner with three main dishes to choose from, including one vegetarian option.
Themed evenings and appetizer buffets are held once a week.
Christmas Eve and New Years Eve gala meal included.
Board basis options available
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•Long ski season •Chic and cheerful •Ski-in ski-out accommodation
With some of Austria’s most snow-sure conditions, an easy-going atmosphere and bundles of character, it’s no wonder Obergurgl is known as the ‘Diamond in the Alps’. A favourite destination for family holidays on the mountains, this is a place to enjoy quality skiing accompanied by stunning vistas and age old Austrian traditions.
Great for •Families •Tyrolean charm •Snow sure
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Snow History: December average depth 87.67cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Innsbruck||85 km, 1hr30|
|Region:||Oztal Alps, Austria.|
Obergurgl lift pass price last reported as € 332,00 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Alpenaussicht.
Night skiing: Yes
Obergurgl has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November- May.
|Top of slopes:||3082m|
|Bottom of piste:||1930m|
|Total length of trails:||110km|