Our large hotels are great for bigger groups in Seefeld – more rooms means better chances of vacancies in case you have any stragglers wanting to tag along at the last minute! The Aktiv and Spa Resort Alpenpark is a large property with excellent facilities only 300m from the resort centre. The Hotel Schönruh is another large option in the same area with a charming look about it and cosy interiors. For Tyrolean style the Hotel Helga is a gem in a brilliant location just 100m from the nearest ski lift. Fine diners might be interested in the award winning Hotel Bergresort, which is in an idyllic location amongst natural woodland on the outskirts of the village.
Seefeld is a great ski destination especially for early beginners and intermediates, with more than enough to keep non-skiers entertained off the slopes as well. The resort is good for first-timers with reserved nursery areas - the majority of slopes are gentle blue runs that will keep novices more than happy up the mountain. For more experienced snow lovers, there are some off piste opportunities to be seized and leisurely black and red runs to try out locally. There’s always the chance to spread your wings and give cross-country skiing a go here - with 279km of professionally prepared trails designed for all abilities it’s one of the best places in the world to give it a go. Hire an instructor from the specialist cross-country school one day for a private group lesson to see what it’s all about - since there are no ski lifts it’s usually very cheap too!
Off the slopes there’s a wealth of things to get up to. Perhaps the best feature besides the luxury facilities in many of the hotels is the Olympia Sports Centre - have a spa day or enjoy the range of swimming pools if you fancy some exercise. You’ll also find an ice rink and a natural toboggan run as well as roughly 142km of lovely winter walking trails to admire the stunning scenery.
There are some great restaurants and bars to choose between. Try the sweet Austrian pancakes at the Reitherjoch Alm up the Härmelekopf, or grab a table at Sailer’s in the village for Tyrolean specialties and pizzas. At the foot of the slopes, the Ski-Alm is the most popular joint for some après ski. Yannick's is another cool bar with a real chilled-out vibe. When it comes to nights out, there are 3 clubs– the Fledermaus and Nightstar pump out some techno tunes, or the Fundisco Jeep is popular for letting it all go and having a good dance.