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Seefeld Resort Reviews

Ski Austria

Seefeld Resort Reviews

Visitor reviews for Seefeld Ski Resort

  • December 20, 2004
    from United Kingdom

    We are going for the 8th time on Thursday. Seefeld is quite simply the best all round ski holiday if you have a young family. A true fairytale village.
    We always stay at the Kaltschmid as it has its own kindergarten. We ook/travel independently and children stay at huge discounts - in fact under 5's go free !! The skiing could be better but it is ideal for us. Our 6 year old will attend full time ski school this year and perhaps this gives us the option of travelling to other resorts (we have tried many) but I think we will still come back to Seefeld once a year.

  • July 18, 2004
    from United Kingdom

    Not sure where to start really, just returned from Seefeld where a wonderful week of walking up high on the mountains coupled with relaxing on a pedalo on the wildsee made for a fantastic holiday. After skiing at this resort twice I had to see it green as opposed to white and I still cannot believe the difference. Stayed at the Kaltschmid for the second time, a truly fantastic hotel with it's fourth floor swimming pool and panoramic pool.
    Seefeld has to be heaven on earth whatever the season, those who have seen the view from the gschwandtkopf, rosshuette or seefelder spitze will i'm sure agree that this place takes alot of beating.
    Back again next year, can't wait!!!

  • December 31, 2003
    from United Kingdom

    Stunning natural resort that we visited for the first time feb 2003.We drove via eurotunnel(book before jan for half price offers)and had no problems with the drive or resort parking.Booked hotel direct via www.tiscover.at/(the Austrian tourist board .excellent site.)Saturday is a bit busy on local roads with w/e skiers.Took my 66year old mother for 1st time(didn't ski)but asked to come again within hours of arriving.With a small train up the Rosshutte area its ideal for non skiers to experience the mountain and bars/atmosphere etc.The other two ski areas and beginners areas combine to make a loverly well groomed and run resort, for most skiers.The crosscountry ski-ing in resort adds a new opportunity for fun.All the bars resturents and hotels are of a very good standard (3-5 star.)and the natives are very friendly.The in resort ski buses are well run and punctual,and in most cases you are only mins from one of the ski areas,in some cases you can walk onto the slopes.In all a lovely 5 star resort(if a little small),we are booked for feb 2004 to stay in the Kaltschmid 4 star, looked very nice last year.(Stayed in the Astoria 5 star last year,excellerent but wanted a bit more of a central lively spot this time).We looked at alot of hotels last year so any ? ask us for an impartial veiw.

  • December 04, 2003
    from United Kingdom

    Excellent family resort. Skiing limited for advanced but superb for the rest of us!
    Ski school excellent, friendly, relaxed and fun.
    Three main areas to ski all accessible from the village in minutes.
    Good family bars with good food, particularly at the bottom of The Schrancoff (please forgive the spelling)Lots to do for none skiers or on your day off. Regular trains into the heart of Innsbruck takes only about 20 mins for a great day out.
    Casino worth a visit in the evening.
    Transfer from Innsbruck airport is certainly a serious plus, takes about 30 to 40 minutes...brilliant.
    All the hotels are good, everyone very friendly.
    Despite it's low level (village 1200mtres) our experience of snow has been faultless,we have visited every year for the past 10 years and never seen a green field!