Hotel Theodul, Lech

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Accommodation
Half Board
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Hotel Theodul

Hotel Theodul is located on the high street, right in the centre of the resort, only a few minutes' walk from the ski lifts and pistes, and within strolling distance of the bars and shops.


Overview - hotel description - Hotel Theodul description

The Hotel Theodul is the perfect place to enjoy one of the finest ski areas in Europe, particularly with the new lift connections that will make it possible to travel between the Lech and St Anton sides of the Arlberg ski region. The new connections will make the Arlberg region by far Austria's largest interconnected ski area with 305km of ski slopes served by 97 ski lifts.

The Hotel Theodul boasts a fabulous location on the main high street, just a short stroll to the main ski lifts and resort centre. This peaceful location allows you easy access to the piste whilst providing complete tranquillity for your stay in Lech.

Martina & Dietmar Walch and their parents before them have owned and run the hotel for the last 30 years and we are proud to be taking over this wonderful property in the beautiful resort of Lech. The hotel itself offers style and comfort, with excellent facilities including a comfortable lounge and bar, a spacious restaurant and an enormous sauna, steam & relaxation area with massage suites - the perfect to way to unwind after a day in the mountains.

Our new Lech hotel, the Hotel Theodul has 29 spacious and luxurious bedrooms over three floors. All bedrooms have en suite bathrooms with flat screen TV, Wi-Fi and hairdryer. Most have a balcony with spectacular views. Choose from twin or Austrian twin rooms, plus family rooms with double sofa bed or interconnecting room options. In most of our family suites there is a curtain to divide the room giving you and your kids a little ‘me' space, so important after a hard day on the slopes.

Hotel Theodul is one of our dedicated family chalets. Families with infants and children are welcome in the hotel on all dates. Our private childcare will be available to pre-book.


Facilities - Hotel Theodul features

  • Bar and comfortable lounge
  • 29 en-suite rooms with flat screen TV
  • Interconnecting rooms and family suites
  • WiFi in all rooms
  • Hairdryers in each bedroom
  • Spacious sauna, hammam and relaxation area with massage rooms
  • Sun terrace
  • Kids playroom
  • Small gym
  • Parking
  • Hotel half-board catering (7 nights)
  • Welcome champagne & canapés
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Ski hosting

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Hotel Theodul (Sleeps 57-80) - 29 Bedrooms

Rooms

The Hotel Theodul has 29 spacious and cosy bedrooms over three floors. All rooms are en suite, and equipped with Flat screen TV, WiFi, hair-dryer, telephone and safe. Most have a balcony with spectacular views of the surrounding alpine scenery.

Choose from twin or Austrian twin rooms, plus family rooms with double sofa bed or interconnecting room options.

Rooms are categorised as Silver, Gold (£100 supplement) & Diamond (£200 supplement). Please see the gallery above for more room images.


Meals - food and drink in Hotel Theodul

Our Executive Chef is passionate about food and hugely sensitive to the appetite of a hungry skier whilst considering a balanced diet. The new and refined menus are heavy enough to reward mountain exertion yet light and simple enough to leave you grinning not groaning.

All our catered ski holidays include;

  • Continental breakfast with a cooked option on 7 mornings
  • Afternoon tea will be left in the chalet for you to help yourself to freshly made cake or biscuits, bread & jams, selection of teas, coffee and hot chocolate
  • Canapés on the first and last evening
  • 3 course evening meal (7 nights) followed by cheese board and coffee
  • A choice of red and white wine is served throughout dinner
We update Hotel Theodul'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.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - hotel dates & departure airports - Hotel Theodul dates & departure airports

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Sun 06 Dec 202006/12/20
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Sun 13 Dec 202013/12/20
£1349
Sun 20 Dec 202020/12/20
£1959
Sun 27 Dec 202027/12/20
£2704
Sun 03 Jan 202103/01/21
£1384
Sun 10 Jan 202110/01/21
£1434
Sun 17 Jan 202117/01/21
£1484
Sun 24 Jan 202124/01/21
£1504
Sun 31 Jan 202131/01/21
£1504
Sun 07 Feb 202107/02/21
£1829
Sun 14 Feb 202114/02/21
£2799
Sun 21 Feb 202121/02/21
£1549
Sun 28 Feb 202128/02/21
£1539
Sun 07 Mar 202107/03/21
£1519
Sun 14 Mar 202114/03/21
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Sun 21 Mar 202121/03/21
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Sun 28 Mar 202128/03/21
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Sun 04 Apr 202104/04/21
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Sun 11 Apr 202111/04/21
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Sun 18 Apr 202118/04/21
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This package holiday to Hotel Theodul in Lech, Austria departs Sunday 19th April 2020, for a 7 night stay on a "half board" 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 Lech - about holidays in Lech - about ski holidays in Lech - about ski holidays in Lech Austria

Some of the best snow in Austria Traditional charm, modern conveniences Amazing 5* hotels

One of the classics, Lech is somewhere you should definitely ski at least once – and we won’t be surprised if, like us, you want to come back. Acclaimed for its village charm and world-class ski area, this is a favourite of the rich, royal and pro’ where you’ll experience the Austrian Alps at their snowiest and most glamorous.

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Snow History: December average depth 72.33cm

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Innsbruck116km, 1h30
Zurich195km 2h
Region:Arlberg, Austria
First opened:1906

Lech lift pass price last reported as €235,00. Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Theodul.
Night skiing: No
Lech has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December- April.

Town altitude: 1450m
Top of slopes: 2450m
Bottom of piste: 1450m
Vertical drop: 1360m
Total length of trails:280km
Longest piste:5 km
Known as one of the classic ski resorts, Lech is part of the ‘Best of the Alps’ group. Also crowned 2004’s Prettiest Village in Europe, it oozes traditional alpine charm with the bonus of a world-class ski area and some of the best snow in the Alps. The resort’s superior status in the skiing world has made it a favourite of the rich and Royal for decades – Princess Di used to ski here and sharing a chairlift with Tom Cruise or Vladimir Putin is a real possibility... The uber-posh town has an exclusive feel,...
This is famously the setting of the hilarious skiing scene in ‘Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason’, although you won’t have any Bridget-like disasters on the piste if you take advantage of the excellent instruction and beginner slopes on offer. You’ll find some lovely nursery slopes behind the village church (you can’t miss it) and up around Oberlech to practice on until you feel confident enough to take the Schlegelkpof and explore some brilliant gentle terrain for skiers and snowboarders. With oodles of...
Jägertee (rum, black tea and spices) is the local’s drink of choice, making it a must-try when you’re back from the slopes. Most of the nightlife here reflects Lech’s status as a first class resort, with venues emitting high-end and exclusive feel. While it doesn’t have the same legendary reputation as the après in neighbouring St Anton, you can still find a brilliant variety of venues offering a mix of the traditional and contemporary – chop and change between traditional tea dances and late night clubbi...

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