Chalets & Holiday Homes in Austria
Skiing and hiking chalets in the Austrian Alps come in all sizes and all standards, with some including extra facilities such as saunas. Whatever your taste there is a chalet for you.
Alpenhaus Idalpe, Ischgl
Alpenhaus Idalpe is the brand new meeting spot on the Idalpe in Ischgl.
Everything is 100% organic here, and there’s clean air, a bracing altitude, pristine nature and, if you so desire, a complete pampering program.
Holidays in a mountain hut? Behind the authentic Alpine ambience of the Almdorf Seinerzeit, perched high up in Carinthia’s Nockberge, guests encounter a great deal of privacy and even more luxury.
Sonne Lifestyle Resort
From an aging historic inn to a 4-star design and wellness hotel – that the Sonne, in Vorarlberg’s Bregenzerwald region, today shines brighter than ever before is due to the foresight of its owner and the commitment of its employees.
A hotel straight out of a fairytale: guests at the Hotel Gams sleep in a cocoon of flowers and bathe in cream, chocolate, and honey. And couples are given plenty of cuddle time just for the two of them.
A touch of the East and plenty of local hospitality: the Hotel Hochschober, on the Turracher Höhe, is the perfect hotel for winter-sports enthusiasts, wellness fans, bookworms, and every other guest who appreciates quiet luxury.
An abundance of art, a small number of rooms, a distinct environmental consciousness, and an idyllic setting in the Nockberge all have made the Art Lodge one of Austria’s most extraordinary hotels. And it was precisely these qualities that earned it the coveted “2010 Carinthian Tourism Award”.
Winter vacation in your private chalet with room for up to eight people, your own wellness oasis, optional hotel service, and the ski lift right by the front door? Yes it is possible: the five new chalets at the Maierl Alm offer all of this – and at affordable rates!
From a modest country inn to an award-winning boutique hotel: guests are drawn to Kitzbühel’s Schwarzer Adler for its traditional hospitality, modern architecture, and stupendous views across the entire city from the longest rooftop pool in the Alps.
Hotel Krone in Au
The fact that you feel a good bit closer to the sky at the Hotel Krone, in the Vorarlberg town of Au, has to do with its location at a high vantage point in the middle of the Bregenzerwald. But you also feel as if you have found a bit of heaven when basking in the spectacular Sky Spa, high above the rooftops of the village, or enjoying the traditional hospitality of this 4-star hotel.
Hotel Post in Bezau
High-grade wellness, prize-winning cuisine, pristine natural surroundings, and award-winning architecture: at the Hotel Post in Bezau, these are the “four pillars of success”.
Rote Wand, Lech-Zug
Culinary pleasures of the highest standard: the Rote Wand delights its guests with its authentic, traditional atmosphere, modern design, and award-winning cooking. And the Rote Wand is well worth a visit not only in winter, when one can access some 22 kilometres of ski trails right from the front door; it is a delightful destination in summer as well.
Kitz Garni, Kitzbühel
Sometimes less is more — this is what the owners of the Kitz Garni thought when they set about reducing their 36 guest rooms by nearly a third and transforming their old 3-star establishment into a boutique hotel.
The combination of a protective wall and an exhibition space makes the Alpinarium Galtür and its architecture unique in all of Europe.
Flying High in a Winter Wonderland
Pure pleasure in the powder.
International Hahnenkamm Race
Jumps up to 80m, steep slopes up to 85% and speeds up to 140km/h. Less than 2 minutes to complete the stretch of 3.3km. An altitude difference of 863m from the starting point (1665m) to the finish (802m). An average speed of 103km/h. This is the most difficult ski piste in the world.
Winter in Austria
Great weather, enviable vertical drops, legendary Après-ski, famous Austrian Gemütlichkeit and unrivaled winter playgrounds are just a few of the reasons why you should consider Austria for your next northern hemisphere ski holiday.
From the old town to new heights
It is Innsbrucks unique setting as a dazzling city inbetween impressive mountain ranges, that the Hungerburg funicular takes advantage of: Just a stone throw away from the famous “Goldenes Dachl” (golden roof) you can start your journey into lofty mountain heights.
Skiing is a child’s play
A ride on the magic carpet? A stroll through the dino forrest or the fairy tale village? An expedition in the Fiss cave world? Children will have a whale of a time in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. Apart from the numerous attractions, the Kinderschneealm is the winter-paradise for mini-skiers. Celebrating its 20th birthday this year, the Kinderschneealm is still playful as a child, but offers full-grown possibilities.
Innsbruck - The capital of the Alps
With its unique blend of urban flair and winter sports, Tyrol's regional capital names itself the capital of the Alps for good reason. Multi-faceted and full of surprises, Innsbruck is the perfect venue for a skiing holiday with an urban touch.
Austria's Top Ski Resorts
Pure joy on skis - this is what you will find in Austria's top ski resorts. Whether you want to coast down the piste leisurely or fly down the expert downhill run, in these resorts you will be spoilt for choice.
A symphony of fire and snow
The ski shows in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis are a real highlight on the weekly program. From typical ski-demos to daredevil stunts and journeys through ancient times, each show is an unforgettable winter open–air event.
Tirol's ski dimension
Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is located on a high plateau in the midst of an old cultural landscape at an altitude of 1200-1400 metres. More than 2000 hours of sunshine per year make Serfaus, Fiss and Ladis the sunniest areas in Tirol.
Arlberg - skiing at its best!
This is the place where serious skiers enjoy fantastic powder runs from November until April. 5 charming Tyrolean villages and the unique combination of boundless skiing pleasure and traditional après ski make the Arlberg so unique!
Hotel Kitzhof in Kitzbühel
A mere five-minute walk separates the Hotel Kitzhof from Kitzbuehel’s fashionable town centre. But there is a world of difference between the hustle and bustle of the chic ski resort and the peace and quiet of this 4-star hotel with its modern Alpine ambience.
Past and future meet in the heart of the Alps, where Innsbruck’s world-famous sights, which testify to the Tirol province’s great past, stand alongside post-modern international architecture to create a fascinating blend.
Innsbruck - Winter sport meets urban flair
The winter sports program of the Olympic Ski World Innsbruck reads like a wish list: easy for beginners, steep for advanced skiers and extreme for free riders. That is all available with just 1 ski pass where you ski in 9 different ski resorts. And once you have finished your last run you can enjoy the amenities the capital city of the Alps has on offer.
Top Winter Facts
From Apres-Ski to ski rental and free shuttle buses - with this essential ski facts you are well prepared for your Austrian winter holiday.
Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis - Home of family holidays
204 kilometers of pistes, 70 lifts and 3 charming Tyrolean villages and the best kids entertainment in Austria.
Arlberg - The Cradle of Alpine Skiing
It is a legend in itself, a byword for passion, the crowning pinnacle of its sport! The Arlberg region – The Cradle of Alpine Skiing and the home of choice for all those who have succumbed to the fascination of the Alpine winter.
“The White Ring” – The longest ski race in the world
Ski races have a long tradition at the Arlberg, but this is without a doubt one of the most spectacular races during the winter season.
Why ski in Austria?
Great weather, enviable vertical drops and unrivalled winter playgrounds are just a few of the reasons why you should consider Austria for your next winter holiday.
Why choose Austria?
Great value with unrivaled winter playgrounds and an après-ski scene that consistently ranks as one of Europe’s best - Austria has just offers a unique recipe for the perfect winter holiday.
More Austrian Ski Resorts
Austria's mountain resorts offer activities for the skier and non-skier alike. Regions like Ischgl, Sölden or Zell am See offer not only great outdoor activities but also great culinary delights.
St. Anton's newest lodging experience – TheMOOSER
Panoramic views of unspoiled wilderness from relaxing lounge chairs, some of the best skiing just out the front door and a unique blend of rustic Tyrolean style with contemporary design – The new Hotel TheMOOSER opened in December 2011. It is one of St. Anton’s most coveted lodging locations - for good reasons.