Hotel Seiwald, Kirchdorf

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Location: where is Hotel Seiwald

· 2 minutes walk to nursery slopes · 15 minutes walk to village centre · 1 minute walk to ski bus stop

Overview: hotel description: Hotel Seiwald description

The Hotel Seiwald is a perfect holiday base for your ski or board holiday, with a fantastic location right next to the nursery slopes. This traditional Austrian hotel has excellent leisure facilities and is also a great choice for families.

Facilities: Hotel Seiwald features

· wellness area with indoor pool, integrated jet and massage stream, sauna and steam room · extra charge for massage and beauty treatments · lounge · sports club 50m away with fitness studio, badminton and indoor tennis courts · games room · children's playroom · extra charge for WiFi · extra charge for curling and tobogganing facilities · 46 bedrooms · lift to all floors

Room Types: Hotel Seiwald bedrooms

for 2 people on half board sharing a classic room with Austrian twin beds, private bath or shower, WC and balcony. Classic rooms sleeping up to 3 people (max. 2 adults and 1 child) are also available, third bed is sofa bed or similar. 'Sport' rooms are available at a supplement. Rooms for sole use are available at a supplement on request. All bedrooms have cable TV, safe and hairdryer.

Meals: Hotel Seiwald food & drink

· hot and cold buffet breakfast · 3 course evening meals with choice of main course · daily salad and starter buffet · weekly gala dinner with harp music and themed buffet evening · Christmas and New Year's Eve gala dinners included

We update Hotel Seiwald'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.

Resort: about Kirchdorf: about holidays in Kirchdorf: about ski holidays in Kirchdorf: about ski holidays in Kirchdorf Austria

Village charm Connecting resorts Wellness facilities

Escape the hustle and bustle in beautiful Kirchdorf, a traditional Austrian chocolate box village with a beginner-friendly ski area, connected to 9 other resorts in the 170km Schneewinkel ski area. Off the slopes, indulge with some pampering in top notch wellness facilities and any aches and pains will soon be forgotten.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Beginners Quiet slopes

Kirchdorf webcam

Snow Report: Top N/Acm, Bottom N/Acm

Snow Forecast: 65cm expected this week

Snow History: April average depth 73.5cm

Kirchdorf trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Salzburg70 km, 1 hour
Innsbruck100km, 1 hour 30 minutes
Region:Austria, Alps
First opened:1910

Kirchdorf lift pass price last reported as €206 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Seiwald.
Night skiing: No
Kirchdorf has N, W, NW, NE facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 640m
Top of slopes: 850m
Bottom of piste: 640m
Vertical drop: 210m
Total length of trails:5km
Longest piste:4km
Kirchdorf’s name comes from its big, gothic church, which was originally built in 12th century and can be admired from all vantage points. This, alongside traditional architecture and the presence of the Großache River which winds its way through, makes Kirchdorf a real picture-postcard place to stay. The resort is renowned for its friendly hospitality and with reasonable prices compared to the famous neighbouring resorts of Kitzbühel and Söll, it’s clear to see why many love staying here. Although this ...
The area around the village is suited for families and beginners, who can practice on 3km of gentle piste, benefit from cheap lift pass prices and enjoy amazing views of the Kaiser massif – you’ll find a magic carpet right next to the village centre which serves the nursery slope and drag lifts and a state-of-the-art chair lift leading to gentle blue runs. More experienced snow lovers, however, will have to drive or catch the ski bus to find better runs further afield. Intermediates should pop on the ski bu...
The après here has a laid back atmosphere, that being said, for such a small resort there’s a surprising amount going on. Most of the hotels provide their own entertainment programmes which are usually open to non-guests too. These include local theatre, Tyrolean themed evenings and fondue parties. The majority of après is based within the major hotels such Mauth which is a popular spot for the locals and is characterised by typical Tyrolean hospitality. If a cosy drink by the open fire appeals, head to Caste...

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