Hotel Alpinresort, Saalbach

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The hotel is fantastic, we wanted all inclusive so while it may sound expensive, you get so much for it. I wouldn’t hesitate recommending it to anyone, while we were here there were families, couples, business trips and a big range of generations. They have several different dining areas and they’re very good... + more
Mrs Paris, Little Bromley
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Location - where is Hotel Alpinresort

It is ideally located next to the lifts, slopes and ski school meeting place. The centre of Saalbach is 1 minute’s’ walk (100m) away.


Overview - hotel description - Hotel Alpinresort description

Offering excellent standards of comfort and cuisine, the All Inclusive Alpinresort Sport & Spa offers great value for money and is situated in a quiet yet central location close to the Schattberg X-Press lift. Modern and stylish with a big leisure area including a sauna, an outdoor pool and two jacuzzis, this superior hotel has become very popular with our guests.


Facilities - Hotel Alpinresort features

  • Bar
  • Lounge
  • Restaurant
  • Wine cellar
  • Recently renovated large leisure area with indoor pool
  • Outdoor pool and 2 outdoor jacuzzis
  • Spa with various saunas (swim suit permitted in some), steam rooms, large relaxation area, infrared cabin, juice bar and modern gym (Free)
  • Solarium, beauty and massage treatments (pay locally)
  • Wi-Fi internet access (Free)
  • Ski school office and ski hire shop in-house
  • Daily international newspapers
  • Free parking
  • Lift in main hotel

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • 100 Bedrooms
  • Standard Austrian twins under the eaves have shower
  • Standard junior suites sleep up to 4 and have bath or shower, lounge area and balcony
  • Superior junior suites sleep up to 3 and have bath or shower, lounge area and balcony
  • Singles have shower and balcony
  • All rooms have flat screen cable TV, radio, telephone, safe, minibar, bathrobes and hairdryer.

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Alpinresort

  • All Inclusive
  • Hot and cold buffet breakfast till 10am
  • Brunch till 12pm
  • hot and cold lunch buffet till 5pm
  • Snacks at the bar from 5pm
  • 4 course dinner plus daily salad, starter and dessert buffets
  • Free drinks from 8am to midnight (bottled wine, spirits, beer, soft drinks, tea/coffee)
  • Christmas and New Year gala dinners included
  • Drinks also included till 4am including one bottle of sparkling wine per room on 31 Dec.
We update Hotel Alpinresort'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.
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Resort - about Saalbach - about holidays in Saalbach - about ski holidays in Saalbach - about ski holidays in Saalbach Austria

Huge linked resort Modern lift system Austrian après experience

The hills are a hive of activity in Saalbach - the liveliest base in the glorious Glemmtal valley, it often plays host to festivals and World Cup events. The SkiCircus puts 270km of groomers at your twin tips, with high speed lifts linking pistes and powder for all sorts of skier and boarder.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Groups Aprés Ski Families

Saalbach webcam

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Snow Forecast: 2cm expected this week

Snow History: April average depth 79cm

Saalbach trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Salzburg85km, 1 hours 15 mins
Region:Salzburg, Austria
First opened:1903

Saalbach lift pass price last reported as 245 € (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Alpinresort.
Night skiing: Yes (in Hinterglemm)
Saalbach has N S facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December- April.

Town altitude: 1003m
Top of slopes: 2,100m
Bottom of piste: 1003m
Vertical drop: 1097m
Total length of trails:270km
Longest piste:8km
Found in the state of Salzburg, the village of Saalbach (officially titled Saalbach-Hinterglemm) is Austria’s second most popular tourist destination for good reason. It’s connected with the adjoining village of Hinterglemm and nearby Leogang to make the expansive ‘Ski Circus’ area, the largest mountain circuit in the country. The resort has a rich history of skiing dating back to as early as 1898, and more recently it played host to the 1991 Alpine Ski World Championships. Built around a charming onion do...
If it’s your first time, there are two beginner slopes just above the main street and a choice of excellent ski and snowboard schools. If you’re ready to head up the mountain there are novice-friendly blue slopes like the run all the way down from the summit of the Bernkogel. There’s an array of scenic circuits and long pine-lined runs around the Ski Circus which are excellent for those looking to develop their abilities, making this an absolute dream for intermediates. Steeper blues and challenging red run...
To say the après ski here is electric would be an understatement! There’s a brilliant array of bars and clubs providing the resort with its buzzing reputation for incredible après. Finish off your day on the slopes at the bottom of the Bernkogel in Bäckstätt Stall with some glühwein amidst stunning mountain scenery. Be sure to make your way to the legendary Hinterhag Alm for a wild party with live music in this lively rustic venue. Bauer’s Skialm will have you dancing in your ski boots into the early hour...

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"This hotel is Fantastic!"

Mrs Paris, Little Bromley
5/ out of 5
The hotel is fantastic, we wanted all inclusive so while it may sound expensive, you get so much for it. I wouldn’t hesitate recommending it to anyone, while we were here there were families, couples, business trips and a big range of generations. They have several different dining areas and they’re very good at not mixing people so if you’re here as a couple you won’t end up eating with children. The food was good and they have a choice of 48 wines all included. It’s independently run by delightful people. The ski school opposite is owned by the family who run the hotel which was really useful for us – at lunchtime the kids come back to the hotel to eat on the first few days and then at the end of the week you pay 30 euros which takes care of food on the mountain as well as lunchtime supervision which means the parents can enjoy the skiing too. The boot room is well organised. They had just opened the outdoor pool which has amazing access from indoors to outdoors, which is magical with children when it’s snowing. The spa is amazing and I used it a lot, they have lovely Austrian saunas and Jacuzzis but also a textile sauna and hot tub where you can take your towel in, so you’re not left out if you want to keep yourself covered. We’ve only ever stayed in the main hotel because it meant we could comfortably leave our son in his room while we were at the bar, he knew the barman and where he could find us if he needed. The other part of the hotel is opposite on the other side of the road – it’s a hop skip and a jump across the road but there’s also an underground tunnel you can go through. You have to walk to the lifts in the morning and how long it takes depends on which lift you’re going (probably only 3-5 minutes). Last year we could ski back to the ski school, remove skis and walk over the road to the hotel which was really easy, but this year the snow wasn’t as good. We never usually go back to the same place twice but it’s so relaxed and friendly that we have returned here and if I was going to Saalbach again I would definitely stay in the Alpin again. Several of the other people we stayed with have returned and I’ve sent people there too as it’s so good.
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