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The service was phenomenal, this is easily the best hotel I’ve been to in terms of attentiveness. Sometimes you find that the staff are overly fussy when you’re wanting a bit of privacy - the staff here didn’t cross any boundaries but at the same time, your glass was never left empty. When you had your sit d... + more
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Accommodation
All Inclusive
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Hotel Sonne (Saalbach)

Nearest lift: 1.3km to Schattberg X-press

Tuition meeting point: 1km

Resort centre: 1km (free hotel shuttle to slopes)

Ski bus stop: 10m


Overview - hotel description - Hotel Sonne (Saalbach) description

If you're looking for a family-friendly hotel that also happens to be incredibly stylish and wonderfully modern, this is it. The Hotel Sonne is beautifully appointed and features free childcare and truly excellent cuisine.

As the hotel is all-inclusive board, you can really relax into your holiday and not have to worry about much at all. The food that they serve is not only plentiful but delicious too.

The contemporary furnishings lend themselves to the chilled out, relaxed feel throughout the hotel, and that's before you even get to the modern spa.

There's a sun terrace which is perfect for enjoying a fresh espresso on, a gorgeous bar, two comfy and cosy lounges and even an indoor pool.


Families - any extra notes for parents with children

Families will be very pleased with the Hotel Sonne. There's free child supervision for kids' aged between 2 and 12, from 9am - 1pm and from 4-7pm from Sunday through to Friday each week.

The hotel does early dinners to keep the little ones happy, and there's also a special children's menu (it even goes up to 14 year olds). There's a bright and cheerful playroom for the youngsters, and the teens are taken care of too thanks to the Teens' room. It's a very family-friendly place.

Facilities - Hotel Sonne (Saalbach) features

Hotel bar and two lounges

Modern restaurant

Panoramic roof terrace

Sun terrace

Spacious and modern spa with an indoor pool

Free childcare for 2 to 12 year olds

Early dinner and kids' menu

Kids' playroom and teens' room

Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel

Rest and relaxation

The new spa area at the Sonne includes saunas, an outdoor hot tub, pools, beauty treatments, massages and an active program. It's all part of the hotel's wellness concept in which their culinary offering also plays a major role.


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All of the 86 rooms at the Hotel Sonne are stylish, spacious and full of natural light. They come in a choice of two styles - the Reiterkogel rooms are very traditional in style and come with a bath, while the Kohlmais rooms are a bit more contemporary and feature a shower.

All of the rooms come with balconies, so no worries about missing those mountain views! The rooms also come with flat screen TVs and a hairdryer, and that's all you need, really! In every room it's possible to separate the beds on request, and single rooms with double beds are also available, so just ask.


Meals - food and drink in Hotel Sonne (Saalbach)

The Hotel Sonne does a great all-inclusive board option. This means there's a hot and cold buffet breakfast, but late sleeper's can still have that all-important first meal, just á la carte courtesy of the Late Sleepers' breakfast. A hot and cold lunch buffet features salad, soups, cakes and pastries. The dinner is five courses, with a choice for all of the dishes.

There's a weekly gala dinner as well as Farmer's and Italian buffets. And of course, unlimited drinks are included with international beers, wines and spirits all on the menu. You'll never go hungry (or thirsty) around here!
We update Hotel Sonne (Saalbach)'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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Sat 22 Dec 201822/12/18
£1390£1349
Sat 29 Dec 201829/12/18
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Sat 05 Jan 201905/01/19
£1081£1030
Sat 12 Jan 201912/01/19
£1101£1086
Sat 19 Jan 201919/01/19
£1133£1099
Sat 26 Jan 201926/01/19
£1143£1119
Sat 02 Feb 201902/02/19
£1366£1294
Sat 09 Feb 201909/02/19
£1544£1539
Sat 16 Feb 201916/02/19
£1895£1891
Sat 23 Feb 201923/02/19
£1449£1445
Sat 02 Mar 201902/03/19
£1283£1279
Sat 09 Mar 201909/03/19
£1038£993
This package holiday to Hotel Sonne (Saalbach) in Saalbach, Austria departs Saturday 9th March 2019, for a 7 night stay on a "all inclusive" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
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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

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Snow History: April average depth 79cm

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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 Sonne (Saalbach).
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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"A brilliant hotel - phenomenal service"

The Cowie Family, Lancashire
5/ out of 5
The service was phenomenal, this is easily the best hotel I’ve been to in terms of attentiveness. Sometimes you find that the staff are overly fussy when you’re wanting a bit of privacy - the staff here didn’t cross any boundaries but at the same time, your glass was never left empty. When you had your sit down meal, they’d know what drink you were having and bring it to the table and when we were sitting as a family playing board games, they’d bring over your beer. The overall value for money was brilliant. They obviously weren’t giving out Dom Pérignon but they weren’t as restrictive as all-inclusive drinks tend to be. Everyone liked the food. I personally would have preferred something other than traditional Austrian, but that was just the evening meals - in general the food was great. We’d get up and have breakfast and sometimes come back for an early afternoon snack. We were a bit restricted in terms of making our way back from the slopes for lunch, but a lot of people seemed to use it as a spa hotel because the facilities were so good, so for them having lunch wouldn’t be a problem. I’d rather be in the centre and go for a wander and try different restaurants but if you want hassle-free, which we did at the time, this kind of arrangement is perfect. It’s a beautiful building, not a big sprawling thing but a little more like a chalet, with lots of nooks and crannies. We were staying in the older rooms which are a little dated, but also a bit bigger, so you can spread out and relax in them a bit more. The only issue I had was that the TV was all in German, there were no Sky channels or anything like that – but it was actually a good thing as it made us go down and play games of cards and backgammon together. There was a shuttle bus that would run you anywhere in the ski resort (between something like 8 or 9 in the morning and 5 or 6 at night). I just had to text the driver where we were and he’d be there in 10-15 minutes. He’d give us as many lifts as we needed. It would be possible to ski round but the resort is a bit fragmented, and having a driver on hand meant you could explore the whole area. The hotel had some great heated boot warmers. As far as package holidays go, I find them a bit average, but this holiday was as good as it gets. The transfers went well – they put just one plane of people on the coach so we didn’t have to wait for others to land, and they took us straight to the resort with no having to stop off at other resorts on the way. The coach was nice, with a coffee machine and toilet that we could use. I know from experience that you don’t always get this lucky on package holidays and usually prefer to hire my own car or book a private transfer.
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