· 1 minute walk to resort centre · 10 minutes walk to Gschwandtkopf chair lift · 10 minutes walk to ski school meeting place, nursery slopes and ski kindergarten · ski bus stops outside
The comfortable & friendly, chalet-style Hotel Haymon offers high standards of service and fantastic value. This family-run hotel is located on the edge of the pedestrianised centre of Seefeld and has an excellent reputation for its cuisine with many guests returning year after year.
· sauna · extra charge for solarium · cosy bar/lounge with open fire · bar · free WiFi in public areas · 40 bedrooms · lift
for 2 people on half board sharing a room with Austrian twin beds, private bath or shower, WC and balcony. Some rooms can take a third bed, sofa bed or similar. Single rooms with private shower are also available at a supplement. All bedrooms have cable flatscreen TV, hairdryer and safe.
· hot and cold buffet breakfast · 4 course evening meals with choice of main course · weekly salad and dessert buffets · Christmas and New Year's Eve gala dinners included
•World-class cross-country •Oodles to do
Perhaps the best cross-country ski destination in the world, this Nordic sporting village is famous for hosting various world-class competitions including the Winter Olympics. With a goldmine of different activities on and off the snow and regular events throughout the season, there’s never a dull moment during a stay in Seefeld.
Great for •Cross-country •Families •Groups
Snow Report: Top 110cm, Bottom 50cm
Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week
Snow History: February average depth 117.17cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Innsbruck Airport||25mins, 22km|
|Munich Airport||1hour 30mins, 156km|
Seefeld lift pass price last reported as €200.50 (6 Day Adult Pass). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Haymon.
Night skiing: Yes
Seefeld has SW NW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December – April.
|Top of slopes:||2064m|
|Bottom of piste:||1200m|
|Total length of trails:||37km|
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