Hotel Alpenkrone, Filzmoos

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The hotel was everything we wanted. It’s a traditional Tyrolean 4* hotel and was well run. There’s a small swimming pool and games room. The bedrooms were basic but the ambiance of the place made up for it. The food was good, service wasn’t so good – I think they were short staffed as they kept forgetting... + more
Grandma, Gloucestershire
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Accommodation
Half Board
Without Flights
No Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Alpenkrone description

We are pleased to re-introduce the Alpenkrone into our programme. Owned by the friendly Hampshire family, this charming hotel is full of ‘country house’ character and has a homely atmosphere. Set in an elevated position approx. 15 minutes’ walk from the village centre, it offers magnificent views of the surrounding countryside and towards the iconic Bischofsmütze Mountain from its sun terrace.


Facilities - Hotel Alpenkrone features

  • Comfortable lounge area
  • 19th century drawing room with family antiques
  • Dining room with panoramic views
  • Cosy bar
  • Snooker table
  • Leisure area with indoor pool, steam room, sauna and relaxation room (Free)
  • Massage and jacuzzi (pay locally)
  • lift in main wing.

Special attractions:

  • Location 15 minutes’ walk from the centre with a free shuttle bus to the lifts.

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • 60 Austrian twins with bath or shower and balcony sleep up to 3
  • Singles with shower and balcony are available on request.
  • All rooms have cable TV, telephone, safe and hairdryer.

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Alpenkrone

  • Hot and cold buffet breakfast
  • 4 course evening meal with 3 choices of main dish plus salad buffet.
  • Weekly buffet or speciality dinner. Christmas and New Year gala dinner included.
We update Hotel Alpenkrone'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 Alpenkrone dates & departure airports

Price per person with: Prices shown are per person based on: Prices shown are per person based on: The prices shown here are per person and based on the following criteria:
Fri 23 Dec 201623/12/16
£829
Fri 30 Dec 201630/12/16
available Gatwick, Manchester, Dover Ferry(Self drive), Folkestone Ferry(Self drive)
Fri 06 Jan 201706/01/17
Sold Out 
Sat 07 Jan 201707/01/17
Sold Out 
Sat 14 Jan 201714/01/17
Sold Out 
Sat 21 Jan 201721/01/17
Sold Out 
Sat 28 Jan 201728/01/17
£569
Sat 04 Feb 201704/02/17
Sold Out 
Sat 11 Feb 201711/02/17
Sold Out 
Sat 18 Feb 201718/02/17
£719
Sat 25 Feb 201725/02/17
Sold Out 
Sat 04 Mar 201704/03/17
Sold Out 
Sat 11 Mar 201711/03/17
£509£479
Sat 18 Mar 201718/03/17
£529£459
Sat 25 Mar 201725/03/17
£549£439
This accommodation only holiday to Hotel Alpenkrone in Filzmoos, Austria departs Saturday 25th March 2017, for a 7 night stay on a "half 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 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.

Resort - about Filzmoos - about holidays in Filzmoos - about ski holidays in Filzmoos - about ski holidays in Filzmoos Austria

In the heart of the huge Ski Amadé Amazing range of off-slope activities

Located amidst the stunning surrounds of Ski Amadé - Austria’s biggest ski area – which includes the immense Dachstein glacier, this pretty alpine village is brimming with charm and things to do. With lovely mountain huts, an extensive range of outdoor activities and excellent ski schools introducing beginners to the ski area, this is a terrific family ski destination.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Glacier skiing Cross-country

Filzmoos webcam

Snow Report: Top 30cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 2cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 52.17cm

Filzmoos trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Salzburg73 km, 1.5 hour drive
Region:Ski Amadé region, Austrian Alps
First opened:1955

Filzmoos lift pass price last reported as €227 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Alpenkrone.
Night skiing: Yes
Filzmoos has N, S facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1057m
Top of slopes: 1597m
Bottom of piste: 1057m
Vertical drop: 543m
Total length of trails:13km
Longest piste:1.6km
Located just 60 kilometres south of Salzburg, Filzmoos lies at the foot of the impressive Bischofsmütze Mountain. One of the best things about this resort is its magnificent scenery that has remained unspoilt despite development in the area - take in the breathtaking vistas covering rivers, forests, mountains and the immense Dachstein glacier, which is open for skiing. This is a relatively remote and peaceful resort that has retained a good balance between traditional architecture and modern convenience. The...
The local ski area consists of sixteen pistes and trails which should satisfy inexperienced skiers and children. There are two main areas for beginners, one at the bottom of the Grossberg chairlift and another at Rettenegg, with wide and uncrowded nursery slopes close to the village centre. Here, beginners can safely practice their skiing, either independently or with one of the three ski and snowboard schools. More advanced skiers should head to the Grossberg, the main skiing area, where they have the option...
While not as lively as some of the bigger resorts in the Amadé region such as Flachau and Schladming, Filzmoos does have a handful of entertaining beer gardens and bars where you’ll find live music, DJs and karaoke. Most visitors head to Happy Alm at Hotel Happy Filzmoos after a long day on the slopes and later move on to either the cosy and traditional Kenn’i di Bar or the much livelier Kalahari Bar. Filzmoos has a total of 31 restaurants which predominantly serve traditional Austrian dishes such as schnitze...

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"All we wanted"

Grandma, Gloucestershire
5/ out of 5
The hotel was everything we wanted. It’s a traditional Tyrolean 4* hotel and was well run. There’s a small swimming pool and games room. The bedrooms were basic but the ambiance of the place made up for it. The food was good, service wasn’t so good – I think they were short staffed as they kept forgetting to serve courses, so that could have been better. The ski area was just right for the two little ones, and it stopped right outside the hotel which meant that there wasn’t any complication when it came to getting to the slopes. There were very few English guests; it was mainly locals, Austrians and Germans.
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