Hotel Taxacher, Kirchberg

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We managed to get a very good offer with SNO, it’s a 3 star hotel and it was good for a 3 star – nothing exceptional but very good value. I wouldn’t say anything critical about it and would recommend it if you’re there for the skiing. Our twin bedroom was absolutely fine. The food was very Austrian which we... + more
Peter & Tom, Plymouth
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Overview - hotel description - Hotel Taxacher description

We are delighted to welcome Hotel Taxacher to our programme which combines cosy charm with friendly service and excellent value. Stunning panoramic mountain views can be enjoyed from all rooms and the comfortable lounge and sauna provide a relaxing environment after a day on the slopes.


Facilities - Hotel Taxacher features

  • Residents’ restaurant
  • Bistro and bar
  • Lounge with TV & DVD player
  • Games room
  • Leisure area with sauna, steam room, infrared cabin & relaxation room

Special attractions:

  • Location: 15 minutes’ walk to the village centre, with a ski bus stop outside the hotel (3 mins by bus to Maierlbahn lift which links to the Kitzbüheler Alps ski area).

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • 38 Austrian twins sleep up to 3 and have shower, larger rooms have balcony and sleep up to 4.
  • All rooms have telephone, TV, and Wi-Fi internet access

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Taxacher

  • Hot and cold buffet breakfast
  • 3 course evening meal with choice of main dish, weekly themed dinner.
  • Christmas and New Year gala dinner included.
We update Hotel Taxacher'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 Kirchberg - about holidays in Kirchberg - about ski holidays in Kirchberg - about ski holidays in Kirchberg Austria

Lively après Ski Kitzbühel for less Linked ski area

Base yourself in Kirchberg for a cheaper way to ski legendary Kitzbühel, which is on the other side of the mountain and shares the same ski pass. We love its relaxed and welcoming atmosphere – don’t be misled by its petite size and quaint village charm, the après here’s some of the best around.

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Great for Après ski Off-piste Intermediate skiing

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Snow Forecast: 10cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 51.5cm

Kirchberg trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Innsbruck86km, 1h
Region:Kirchberg, Austrian Alps.
First opened:1966

Kirchberg lift pass price last reported as €196 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Taxacher.
Night skiing: Yes
Kirchberg has N S E W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 860m
Top of slopes: 2000m
Bottom of piste: 800m
Vertical drop: 1074m
Total length of trails:170km
Longest piste:6.8km
Surrounded by huge forests and big Alpine lakes and just over the mountain from legendary Kitzbühel, Kirchberg is a pretty little village with a friendly atmosphere and a number of historic buildings, including the time-honoured village church. Just 6km west of Kitzbühel, it has become a popular resort in its own right over the years. It’s easily reached with Innsbruck airport an hour’s drive away and Salzburg only half an hour more, and the resort also has its own train station. This traditional farming ...
Beginners can get to grips on the nursery slopes at the base of the Mairel chairlift and on the Gaisberg mountain (the Gaisberg is also the place to go each Thursday and Friday for night skiing on fully lit terrain). The Fleck and Kaser blue runs, which can be accessed via the Fleckalmbahn chairlift and lead back to the village are brilliant to build up confidence on before moving up to Silberstube and Kasereck on the Pengelstein. Visitors can access the rest of the area by taking the free ski bus, which runs...
Although Kirchberg’s small, it’s home to some of the best après-ski in the Austrian Alps, which sees young people returning year after year. Après starts on the slopes in bars like Schneebar Oberkaser and there are twenty bars back in the village including the Australian run Boomerang and the very lively Londoner. For some late night dancing try Fuchslöch or for the ultimate après-ski party go to Ice Bar in Orszentrum, where you’ll find live DJs, club anthems and throngs of dancers. If you’re looking for...
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"A good value 3* hotel"

Peter & Tom, Plymouth
3/ out of 5
We managed to get a very good offer with SNO, it’s a 3 star hotel and it was good for a 3 star – nothing exceptional but very good value. I wouldn’t say anything critical about it and would recommend it if you’re there for the skiing. Our twin bedroom was absolutely fine. The food was very Austrian which we enjoyed, it wasn’t anything outstanding but it was good enough (although the puddings weren’t great). The ski bus stop is just outside – the reps told us to get off at the Maierlbahn lift but it’s much easier to stay on the bus a little longer and use the Fleckalmbahn, which takes you straight up to the top (the Maierlbahn stops halfway and you have to ski around and down to another lift to reach the top – not great for beginners). You also need the bus to reach village if you need the supermarket etc. – the village is a couple of kilometres away which would probably be too far to walk in the winter.
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