Location is key when you're planning a ski holiday and that's exactly where the Edelweiss stands out. It's on a quiet edge of the town centre close to everything you'd need, and only 300 metres to the Hahnenkamm Gondola and the slopes. In fact, when the weathers on your side you'll be able to ski the Asten run from the Hanhenkamm right back to the door.
Klaus and Veronika will look after you from start to finish. They take great pride in their hotel and will gladly share their local knowledge and tips and do anything they can to make sure you're having the best time possible. The fantastic reviews you'll be able to find really speak volumes here, so it's not surprising the Edelweiss is consistently voted one of the most popular hotels in Kitzbühel.
The hotel has that well-loved, warm and traditional atmosphere that Austrian hotels are renowned for. There's a lovely bar and restaurant where you'll enjoy your evening meals six nights a week with great service. On Thursdays the restaurant and bar is closed, giving you a great opportunity to check out the local cuisine and grab a meal in town. In the mornings you'll find a nice breakfast buffet spread where its encouraged to help yourself to a little extra to pack away for lunchtime.
Transfer time: approx. 1 hour 30 mins by coach from Salzburg airport / 2 hours by coach from Innsbruck airport.
Austrian twin rooms are around 18m² and sleep two adults. These comfortable rooms have a shower and balcony, as well as modern amenities including a TV, safe, hairdryer and free wifi 6am-10.30pm.
Larger Austrian twin rooms are around 20-22m² and can sleep up to three using an additional single bed. These room have a bath and some have a balcony. Please call us to book these rooms as they are on request.
Please note, large groups and children 5 or under are not permitted at this hotel.
The hotels restaurant is warm and inviting and serves a lovely hot & cold buffet breakfast each morning. Dinner consists of four courses plus a salad buffet with choice of main course and is served six times a week. The restaurant and bar is closed on Thursday evenings, giving you a great opportunity to check out the local cuisine and grab a meal in town - there are lots of options in the centre, no more than a 10 minute walk away.
Make sure to pack a lunch from the breakfast buffet to take out with you for the afternoon. Don't worry, its encouraged and recommended!
Board basis options available
This property caters for the following special dietary requirements
Vegan, gluten free and dairy free options are on a request basis and an extra charge applies.
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•World's most difficult run •Romantic Austrian charm •Foodie favourite
Surrounded by the beautiful Kitzbühel Alps, Kitzbuhel in the Tyrol is a romantic medieval town with heaps of Austrian character and a great snow sports experience. Internationally famed for its après ski and the presence of the legendary Streif, it’s a holiday destination for the fashionable and fearless, and features on many a skier’s bucket list.
Great for •Groups •après ski
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Snow History: December average depth 52.5cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Salzburg (SZG)||80km, 1h30|
|Innsbruck (INN)||100km, 1h30|
Kitzbuhel lift pass price last reported as Kitzbuhel KitzSki pass €297 (6 day adult pass)
Super Ski Card €303 (6 day adult pass). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Edelweiss.
Night skiing: Yes
Kitzbuhel has N, S, E, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - April.
|Top of slopes:||2000m|
|Bottom of piste:||800m|
|Total length of trails:||170km|