Tauern Spa Kaprun, Kaprun

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Location - where is Tauern Spa Kaprun

• 15 minute walk to resort centre • 15-20 minute walk to ski lifts for Maiskogel • ski bus to Kitzsteinhorn glacier and Schmittenhohe stops outside hotel

Overview - hotel description - Tauern Spa Kaprun description

There are a number of factors that can set a great ski hotel apart from the rest of the crowd - with the Tauern Spa Kaprun, it is definitely down to the modern design, fantastic food, superior service and - as the name might suggest - the incredible spa facilities. And with an efficient ski bus system operating in and around Kaprun you'll have no difficulty getting up to the Kitzsteinhorn glacier or over to Zell am See's Schmittenhohe.

On the outskirts of Kaprun, the Tauern Spa was built back in 2011 - and has already established itself as Kaprun's number one spa destination. Staying at the hotel you have full access to the full 20,000m² of wellness facilities free of charge, including the popular public pools, children's spa and the hotel guest only Panorama Spa. Here's just a taste of what you can indulge in while staying here: multiple indoor and outdoor pools - some with water slides or beautiful views over to the mountains, 13 different saunas and steam rooms including separate textile (bathing costume) section, whirlpools, kniepp baths and mood showers. There's also daily child supervision available from midday until 7pm for kids from 3 to 12 years, so that you can get a bit of time off when travelling with the kids too.

OK, so you've got the picture that the spa facilities are pretty fab, so now we'll tell you about the rest of the hotel. Food is highly regarded at the hotel. There's an extensive buffet offering in the mornings where you can choose from a wide selection of continental style meats and cheeses, cereals and fruit - alongside that there's a great range of hot dishes to really set you up for a day on the nearby mountains. Evening meals are an excellent mix of modern Austrian cuisine fused with international dishes made with high quality ingredients and presented beautifully.

Decor-wise the hotel is very contemporary, which is unsurprising given the recent creation, but in true Austrian style there are plenty of artistic nods to Alpine quirks - including natural wood finishings and touches of chintz. The visually open-plan rooms are very modern and spacious, with clean lines and top-quality furnishings, plenty of storage space and a balcony where you can enjoy the sunset.

And if all that isn't quite enough, book before 30th October 2014 and you'll get €75 hotel credit, per adult 18 years or older, for use on a wide range of food and drink at the Tauern Spa.

Facilities - Tauern Spa Kaprun features

• 20,000m² spa with wellness centre - including indoor and outdoor pools and 13 various saunas and steam rooms • children's Water World Spa with pool and water slides • separate Panorama Spa for hotel customers only, with indoor pool and panoramic saunas • aqua-gymnastics • fitness area • daytime childcare and entertainment programme available from 3 years between noon and 7pm • extra charge for daily guided winter expedition programme • bar • free WiFi • lift to all floors

Please note: No admittance to Panorama Spa or Sauna World for children aged 14 or under.

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

for 2 people on half board sharing a 31m² Premium room with twin beds, private shower, WC and balcony. Some rooms sleep 2 adults and 1 child up to 14 years on extra sofa bed or similar. All bedrooms have hairdryer, bathrobes, satellite TV, free WiFi and mini-bar with free non-alcoholic drinks. Room service and DVD players are available on request.

Meals - food and drink in Tauern Spa Kaprun

• extensive hot and cold buffet breakfast • 5 course evening meals with choice of main course or occassional themed buffet

Please Note

No admittance to Panorama Spa or Sauna World for children aged 14 or under.

We update Tauern Spa Kaprun'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 Kaprun - about holidays in Kaprun - about ski holidays in Kaprun - about ski holidays in Kaprun Austria

Austria’s oldest skiable glacier Austria’s biggest superpipe Early summer skiing

A rustic resort nestled at the bottom of Austria’s most established skiable glacier, Kaprun offers the traditional effortlessly balanced with the state of the art. From fairy-tale castles to mountain top dining and Austria’s largest superpipe, snow lovers of all ages and stages can enjoy a ‘once in a lifetime’ experience here.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Late Season Non-skiers Groups

Kaprun webcam

Snow Report: Top 290cm, Bottom 70cm

Snow Forecast: 0cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 82.83cm

Kaprun trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Salzburg80km, 1.5 hours
Munich200km, 2.5 hours
Region:Austrian Alps
First opened:1960

Kaprun lift pass price last reported as 225€ 6 days. Ask for a quote when booking Tauern Spa Kaprun.
Night skiing: No
Kaprun has NS facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November-May.

Town altitude: 786m
Top of slopes: 3029m
Bottom of piste: 786m
Vertical drop: 2243m
Total length of trails:61km
Longest piste:5 km
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