Hotel Lärchenhof, Seefeld

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We were upgraded to this hotel because the sister hotel was being refurbished – it’s excellent, superb! The food was out of this world, a five course menu every night with a choice – beyond belief. It’s a really lovely hotel; they’ve got a swimming pool and spa area, a beautiful lounge area and some seat... + more
Linda Burton, Essex
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Location - where is Hotel Lärchenhof

· hillside location · 8 minutes' walk to the nursery slopes, resort centre and ski bus stop


Overview - hotel description - Hotel Lärchenhof description

The Lärchenhof is a stylish hotel, renowned for the quality of its cuisine. Run by the Marcati family, the hotel offers comfortable rooms and a high standard of service. With a spa area that includes a wide variety of spa treatments as well as an indoor pool, you'll be able to relax after a hard day's skiing. The setting is peaceful and yet the village centre is only a short walk away.

Please note:

There is an extra charge for infants aged up to two years.


Facilities - Hotel Lärchenhof features

· free WiFi · bar and lounge with open fire place · panoramic dining room · indoor swimming pool · 'Aquarena' spa area with sauna, steam room, bio-sauna, panorama sauna and relaxation room · extra charge for spa treatments, and massage · 58 bedrooms · lift to all floors


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All rooms have a cable TV, hairdryer, minibar and safe.

Twin Room - sleeps 2: Double bed, private bath (with shower attachment) and WC.

Twin Room - sleeps 2-4 (max 3 adults): North-facing room with Austrian twin beds, single sofa bed, private bath (with shower attachment), WC and balcony.

Twin Room - sleeps 2:
South-facing room with split-king bed, private bath (with shower attachment), WC and balcony

Single Room - sleeps 1: Single bed, private bath (with shower attachment), WC and balcony.

Superior Twin Room - sleeps 2-4 (max 3 adults): Split king bed, double sofa bed, private bath or shower, WC and balcony.

Austrian twin beds
Austrian twin beds are very common in Central Europe. They’re simply one large bed frame containing two single mattresses, both with separate duvets and linen sets, that cannot be separated. Separate twin beds are less common and can often be head to head beds, rather than side by side, if they are available.


Meals - food and drink in Hotel Lärchenhof

· welcome drink · hot and cold buffet breakfast · daily afternoon punch and cake 4-5pm · 5-course evening meals with a choice of main course and daily salad buffet · weekly starter and dessert buffets · weekly speciality buffet with live music · weekly gala dinner with piano music

Many Austrian hotels do not serve free tap water with meals.

We update Hotel Lärchenhof'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 Seefeld - about holidays in Seefeld - about ski holidays in Seefeld - about ski holidays in Seefeld Austria

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.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Cross-country Families Groups

Seefeld webcam

Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week

Snow History: April average depth 56.67cm

Seefeld trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Innsbruck Airport25mins, 22km
Munich Airport1hour 30mins, 156km
Salzburg2hours, 200km
Region:Tirol, Austria
First opened:1933

Seefeld lift pass price last reported as €200.50 (6 Day Adult Pass). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Lärchenhof.
Night skiing: Yes
Seefeld has SW NW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December – April.

Town altitude: 1200m
Top of slopes: 2064m
Bottom of piste: 1200m
Vertical drop: 864m
Total length of trails:37km
Longest piste:6km
Seefeld is a fairly large, laid-back and traditionally Austrian village in the Innsbruck Valley of Tirol. Its history goes far back, as evidenced by the charming village churches - one of which was built in the 13th Century. Nowadays there are modern facilities and an abundance of luxury hotels with gourmet restaurants and swanky bars to be found here. Skiers and non-skiers alike will love the bundle of activities, events and attractions in this stunningly scenic area. With a whopping 279km of cross-country sk...
Downhill skiing is mostly split between lifts up the Rosshütte and the Gschwandtkopf which are accessible by car or ski buses, but if there’s one thing everyone can appreciate on or off the piste it will be the gorgeous views across the frosty woodland range. There’s a reserved nursery area further down the village in Geigenbühel and another at the Birkenlifte. Beginners have a good few runs to pick from up the mountain – the Gschwandtkopf is the best area with wide gentle blues careering down from the su...
The Ski-Alm at the bottom of the Rosshütte is the most popular place to kick off an evening of après. For a classy sherry together after a day on the slopes head into the Hotel Klosterbräu’s Piano Bar and relax by the fire. Inside the Fundisco you can find the Britannia pub with darts, billiards and pinball machines. Later on the Jeep discothèque opens for some thumping techno late into the evening. The Fledermaus is another recommended club known for its swish cocktails. For a meal on the mountain, the R...

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"best hotel in Austria I’ve stayed in"

Linda Burton, Essex
5/ out of 5
We were upgraded to this hotel because the sister hotel was being refurbished – it’s excellent, superb! The food was out of this world, a five course menu every night with a choice – beyond belief. It’s a really lovely hotel; they’ve got a swimming pool and spa area, a beautiful lounge area and some seating outside. I had a lovely room, my bed was a bit hard but all the beds in Austria are like that. They bought up an extra duvet so I could be more comfortable. There was a little balcony which was lovely. The only thing is that it’s up the hill from the village, when I got back from skiing all day I couldn’t be bothered to walk down to any of the activities there. The evening meal was at 7-9pm and they did so many courses you were there for a while, so if you did want to go to the activities in the village you’d be late. Having said that, they did three special evenings – one was a farmer’s buffet where they had a buffet all night (the buffet was out of this world). Then they had live music another night with a pianist and a gala night where they had a 7-8 course supper. To get to the mountains, there’s a little path directly down. You can leave your ski boots in the hire shop over night, so you don’t have to walk up and down in boots. Then ski buses take you to the two mountains – no problem at all with them.
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