Hotel Alpine Palace, Hinterglemm

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4.7 out of 5 based on 6 reviews
Going back here for the third time in a row and wouldn’t go back somewhere if I didn’t enjoy it – the Alpine Palace is one of the best hotels I’ve ever stayed in. The Alpine Palace has the best spa ever with an outdoor heated pool and there’s a games room too. Breakfasts are pretty damn good, they cook y... + more
Mr Howard, Cheshire
5 out of 5
We love the hotel and have been here 4 times as a family, and we will definitely stay again. The food is very good – they do a 5 course dinner with a choice of 2 or 3 starters and main, and a salad bar and cheese and biscuits. My wife and daughter love the food – I prefer the pub up the road who do a fant... + more
Mr Armstrong, Lancaster
5 out of 5
A fabulous hotel. Honestly the nicest hotel in any ski resort I’ve ever visited, and I’ve skied in a lot of places. We love it! There are plasma TVs in the rooms, it’s right on the slopes, and there’s a beautiful spa. The décor is beautiful too – kind of rustic but modern. It has everything you could want... + more
Pippa Gervis, Cheshire
5 out of 5
Our 5th year on the row staying here. An excellent hotel with good service, nice spas and a location right on the slopes. It’s quite good for families. Only downside is that things like the bar are expensive when you’re there. Hinterglemm is a good resort with quite a lot of skiing, apparently they’re linkin... + more
Anonymous, Cheshire
4 out of 5
The spa was amazing! The hotel is kept clean throughout and though the rooftop bar wasn’t open, the other bar was lovely. The food was very good. It was quite traditional, with a different choice of food on different nights. The a la carte nature of it may not be everyone’s cup of tea but we liked it. At brea... + more
Amy
4 out of 5
Wow. My annual trip, which normally consists of skiing and sleeping, was transformed into so much more. Grappling with dodgy boots is more tolerable when you have a spa to return to, complete with a heated outdoor pool (and, er, naked Austrians). I looked like the smug woman in one of those “Visit...” advert... + more
Rachael Wheeler, Mirror Online
5 out of 5
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Package - what's included - what's included & available - what's included plus available extras - what's included & what extras are available

Accommodation
Half Board
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Hotel Alpine Palace

    • 100 metres to resort centre
    • 10 metres to the Reiterkogel ski lift
    • 30 metres to the ski school and ski hire shop
    • Transfer time: approx. 1 hour 45 minutes by coach from Salzburg airport

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Alpine Palace description

With its grand lobby and great facilities, the Hotel Alpine Palace is more than worthy of its 5* superior rating.

Location

You're right next to the slopes and Reiterkogel lift where you can explore the entire Ski Circus region. The centre of Hinterglemm is a short 100 metre stroll from the hotel.

Grand Entrance

The Alpine Palace's public areas truly live up to its name. The lobby is grand yet warm and welcoming with traditional Austrian touches. If you want to be spoiled with gourmet food, live music and fantastic facilities, including those for younger guests, then this is the hotel for you.

Sauna World

The hotel's 'Sauna World' has an indoor pool, outdoor brine pool, hot outdoor whirlpool, numerous saunas, steam rooms and places to unwind. Try out the fire and ice sauna or treat yourself to a beauty treatment or massage, payable locally.

Transfer time: approx. 1 hour 45 minutes by coach from Salzburg airport.


Families - any extra notes for parents with children

  • Children's supervision from 3 years old: Sun–Fri 12pm-7pm (lunch paid locally)
  • Games room
  • Children's menu and early meals available
  • Family friendly hotel
  • Cots & linen

Facilities - Hotel Alpine Palace features

  • 2000m² wellness area with indoor pool, outdoor brine pool, and hot outdoor whirlpool, fitness area. Various steam rooms and saunas (Herbal, Aroma, Fire & Ice)
  • Wide range of beauty treatments and massages (pay locally)
  • Stylish and grand lounge areas with open fireplace
  • Rustic residents’/à la carte restaurants (1 Gault Millau toque)
  • Conservatory style bar/café with terrace, traditional stube
  • Wine cellar
  • Hairdresser
  • Live music twice weekly
  • WiFi

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • No. of rooms: 81
  • No. of buildings: 2
  • No. of floors: 7
  • Official rating: 5

Rooms

Deluxe Double Rooms are spacious at 40-45m² and have a contemporary style. These rooms include a bath and separate shower, lounge area and balcony. They can sleep up to three using a single sofa bed.

Junior Suites are 55m² and enjoy luxury furnishings. These rooms can sleep up to four (double sofa bed).

Bedroom Facilities

  • Cable / satellite TV
  • Minibar / fridge
  • Safe
  • WiFi
  • Hairdryer
  • Lift accessible: Yes
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Alpine Palace

Extensive hot & cold buffet breakfast

Award-winning cuisine five course evening meals

Weekly starter and dessert buffets, speciality and gala dinners

Christmas and New Year gala dinners with live music, entertainment and fireworks at New Year

Children's buffet included with option to upgrade at a supplement (pay locally)

  • No of restaurants: 2

Board basis options available

  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians

Special dietary requirements (vegan, gluten free) need to be requested in advance.

We update Hotel Alpine Palace'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 Alpine Palace dates & departure airports

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Sat 23 Dec 202323/12/23
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Sat 30 Dec 202330/12/23
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Sat 06 Jan 202406/01/24
£2308£1949Special OfferDeal
Sat 13 Jan 202413/01/24
£2388£1989Special OfferDeal
Sat 20 Jan 202420/01/24
£2408£2178Special OfferDeal
Sat 27 Jan 202427/01/24
£3068£2099Special OfferDeal
Sat 03 Feb 202403/02/24
£3158£3079Special OfferDeal
Sat 10 Feb 202410/02/24
£4368£3848Special OfferDeal
Sat 17 Feb 202417/02/24
£3288£2899Special OfferDeal
Sat 24 Feb 202424/02/24
£3158£3029Special OfferDeal
Sat 02 Mar 202402/03/24
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Sat 09 Mar 202409/03/24
£2318£2189Special OfferDeal
Sat 16 Mar 202416/03/24
£2158£2029Special OfferDeal
Sat 23 Mar 202423/03/24
£2218£2089Special OfferDeal
Sat 21 Dec 202421/12/24
£3359
Sat 28 Dec 202428/12/24
£3409
Sat 04 Jan 202504/01/25
£2339
Sat 11 Jan 202511/01/25
£2349
Sat 18 Jan 202518/01/25
£2369
Sat 25 Jan 202525/01/25
£2369
Sat 15 Feb 202515/02/25
£3768
Sat 22 Feb 202522/02/25
£3199
Sat 01 Mar 202501/03/25
£2389
Sat 08 Mar 202508/03/25
£2349
Sat 15 Mar 202515/03/25
£2189
Sat 22 Mar 202522/03/25
£2249
This package holiday to Hotel Alpine Palace in Hinterglemm, Austria departs Saturday 6th January 2024, 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.
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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 1cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 10cm 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 Hotel Alpine Palace.
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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"I'd give it Six out of Five if I could!"

Mr Howard, Cheshire
5/ out of 5
Going back here for the third time in a row and wouldn’t go back somewhere if I didn’t enjoy it – the Alpine Palace is one of the best hotels I’ve ever stayed in. The Alpine Palace has the best spa ever with an outdoor heated pool and there’s a games room too. Breakfasts are pretty damn good, they cook you fresh egg, bacon, omlet etc however you like it. Dinners are fantastic, 5 courses every evening including salad, soup and a main so I’ve never felt any need to eat out in the resort while I’ve been there. The staff have always been courteous and very good, you can always have a bit of banter with the staff behind the bar! I've never stayed in the real luxury part of the hotel, I always have a room in the cheapest bit of the building which I call “3 star accommodation” and has your average hotel rooms. You still have access to all the hotel’s 5 star facilities if you’re staying here though. The hotel is in the centre of Hinterglemm, right by the small gondola lift that takes you up one side of the mountain. You can ski back down if there’s good snow but we usually go here quite late in the season when there isn’t enough to ski down. I’d give it 6 out of 5 if I could!

"Been four times and will be back!"

Mr Armstrong, Lancaster
5/ out of 5
We love the hotel and have been here 4 times as a family, and we will definitely stay again. The food is very good – they do a 5 course dinner with a choice of 2 or 3 starters and main, and a salad bar and cheese and biscuits. My wife and daughter love the food – I prefer the pub up the road who do a fantastic steak and chips! We've tried both and think the more expensive rooms are not worth the extra cost, so I'd recommend the cheaper ones.

"Our favourite hotel for skiing"

Pippa Gervis, Cheshire
5/ out of 5
A fabulous hotel. Honestly the nicest hotel in any ski resort I’ve ever visited, and I’ve skied in a lot of places. We love it! There are plasma TVs in the rooms, it’s right on the slopes, and there’s a beautiful spa. The décor is beautiful too – kind of rustic but modern. It has everything you could want, even a casino.

"Repeat guests"

Anonymous, Cheshire
4/ out of 5
Our 5th year on the row staying here. An excellent hotel with good service, nice spas and a location right on the slopes. It’s quite good for families. Only downside is that things like the bar are expensive when you’re there. Hinterglemm is a good resort with quite a lot of skiing, apparently they’re linking it up with Zell am See soon.

"Amazing spa"

Amy
4/ out of 5
The spa was amazing! The hotel is kept clean throughout and though the rooftop bar wasn’t open, the other bar was lovely. The food was very good. It was quite traditional, with a different choice of food on different nights. The a la carte nature of it may not be everyone’s cup of tea but we liked it. At breakfasts they handed out leaflets on the various different things you could do if you didn’t want to ski, like horse and cart rides or sledging. Bedrooms were small and very basic but perfectly well equipped for what we needed. The beds were comfortable. The hotel is very well situated for the slopes and to get to the ski rental – a 30 second walk for both. The boot lockers are really good – you get an individual locker per room and they’re heated.

"Wow."

Rachael Wheeler, Mirror Online
5/ out of 5
Wow. My annual trip, which normally consists of skiing and sleeping, was transformed into so much more. Grappling with dodgy boots is more tolerable when you have a spa to return to, complete with a heated outdoor pool (and, er, naked Austrians). I looked like the smug woman in one of those “Visit...” adverts as I clutched my glass of bubbly and laughed my aches away in the mountainside hot tub. In fact my room’s gigantic bath was a godsend in itself when it came to learning how to snowboard for the first time (note: take the rose petals out first, unblocking the plughole defeats the object of a relaxing soak). (From: Mirror.co.uk, "Learning to snowboard in Saalbach, Austria with ‘the girls’, in style", 06/03/10)
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