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Das Hotel Eden

  • Austria, Seefeld

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With an unbeatable reputation for service where nothing is too much trouble and guests are made to feel so welcome, this little gem attracts many returning guests. It’s convenient location opposite the ski bus stop as well as the close proximity to the nursery slopes, which are just a stone’s throw away, make this an ideal choice for skiers. Numerous cross-country and walking trails start by the town centre just short stroll from the front door.

Added value

Free daily afternoon cake buffet

Rooms

  • No. of rooms: 75
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 0
  • No. of interconnecting rooms: 0
  • Annex:
  • Official rating: 4.5
  • Standard and Superior Austrian twins have bath and balcony
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout
  • Minibar, cable TV, telephone, radio, safe and hairdryer

Bedroom facilities

  • Cable or satellite programmes
  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar or fridge
  • Tea or coffee making facilities
  • Wireless internet

Accessibility

  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No

Meals

  • Hot and cold buffet breakfast
  • 5 course evening meal with choice of main dish
  • Christmas and New Year gala dinners included
  • No of restaurants: 1
  • Dress code for restaurants:

    Smart / casual

  • Breakfast service:

    Buffet

  • Dinner service:

    Waiter

Board basis options available

  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians

Seefeld

Seefeld is an exceptional, all-round destination for a winter break. Enjoyable, laid -back skiing in alpine terrain at 1200m above sea level with spacious pistes and state-of-the-art lift facilities. The extensive cross-country trails through absolutely gorgeous mountain scenery means the cross-country skiing in Seefeld is possibly the best Austria has to offer.

The winter walking is exceptional too. There are 142km of cleared hiking trails around Seefeld which take you through idyllic plateaus, tranquil forests and stunning river valleys – a veritable winter wonderland. And we haven’t even mentioned the downhill skiing yet!

Seefeld’s place in the history of skiing was assured when local ski instructor, and two-time World Championship slalom winner, Toni Seelos invented the parallel turn. Today, the wealth of blue runs makes this an excellent destination for beginner skiers.

Skiing Levels
  • Beginners
  • Intermediates
  • Advanced
  • Snowboard
  • Cross Country

Mountain Facts
  • Ski area 28 km
  • Runs
    33
    8
    3
  • Longest run 5 Km
  • Snowparks
  • Lifts Drag lifts 19, Chairlifts 6, Cablecars 2
  • Slope direction N,E,S,W
  • Ski/resort bus False

Things to do in resort

Restaurants, food and drink

Anyone familiar with Austrian food will be well aware of how hearty and full of flavour it can be – a perfect accompaniment to a day spent skiing. Seefeld has a wealth of restaurants serving the full range of delicious, traditional Austrian dishes. One of our personal favourites is the Südtiroler Stube, located in the heart of the village near the village square. Serving sophisticated Tirolean cuisine in classic Stube surroundings, the restaurant has a delightful atmosphere.

The Wildmoos Alm is an on-the-mountain favorite, famous for its strudel trolley and charming and friendly staff. It is a must visit for many regular guests to Seefeld and popular with us for its range of schnapps and strudel. We also recommend the Sportalm at the bottom of Gschwandkopft, well known for its chicken and chips in a basket.

Aprés, bars, clubs, and nightlife

Seefeld has an excellent range of bars for the aprés connoisseurs out there. For those of you looking to sample the local tipple, we suggest you head to Beisl Bar. This cosy pub in the centre of town serves a range of local schnapps.

If sipping a gin and tonic is more your thing, then Woods Bar by the cross-country tracks and ice rink provides a chilled environment in which to enjoy your drink. Head there every Friday and Saturday for live DJ music. The open-air Snowbar on Geigenbulle is a great place to unwind. An open fire heats up the bar from around 4pm and the ambience is complimented by local music. The bar offers snow rafting every Monday and Wednesday.

Shopping 

The pedestrianised town centre is especially good for visitors to Seefeld who would prefer to spend their day shopping rather than hitting the slopes. There are plenty of souvenir shops as well as sports shops making it easy to rent any ski equipment you might require. The beautiful city of Innsbruck is only 30 minutes away by train and has a plethora of shops ranging from exclusively Christmas themed souvenirs to luxury boutiques.

Shops are open Monday to Saturday between 10am–1pm and 2pm–6pm while supermarkets stay open longer, from 8am–6pm and on Sunday mornings.

Spas and relaxation

With many of the hotels in Seefeld offering spa facilities, you can be assured of a relaxing winter break when you visit. The Krumers Post and Spa Hotel provides a fantastic 2,200m2 spa area which even includes a panoramic indoor pool. Should your hotel not provide you with the spa facilities you require you should head to the Olympia Sports Centre. Not only does this come complete with indoor and outdoor pools and water slides, there are over 10 different types of sauna and treatment rooms available for guests to take advantage of.

Arts, culture, and events

Seefeld has a jam-packed schedule of winter events, from concerts and live music performances to competitive sports. Seefeld hosts regular cross-country ski races as well as other winter sports tournaments, including championship snow polo which, with its riders on horseback, makes for an exciting spectacle.

The Seefelder Schneefest der Nationen – or ‘Snow Festival of the Nations’ is a magical event hosted every year. Sculpture students from across the local region transform huge, 3m x 3m blocks of ice into spectacularly carved creations. During the night the statues are lit-up, giving them an ethereal appearance much loved by adults and children alike. The sculptures are complimented by music performances and an evening light parade with costumed fire blowers and women on stilts.

Seefeld has a rich history particularly as a site of pilgrimage. The village became a sacred destination during the 14th century after the ‘Host Miracle’ in which the ground opened up in the middle of a church service, swallowing a knight in punishment for his greed. A monastery was built in 1516 to accommodate the many pilgrims. But today you are much more likely to find skiers than religious pilgrims, and what remains of the monastery has become a local hotel.

Inghams offers a full programme of après-ski events and resort activities during your Seefeld ski holiday. All of which can be booked locally by speaking to your Inghams representative.

Inghams offers a full programme of après-ski events and resort activities during your Seefeld ski holiday. All of which can be booked locally by speaking to your Inghams representative.

Winter walking and snow-shoeing

Winter walking is a way of life in Seefeld and a popular activity for the many visitors the village receives during the snowy months of the year. There are approximately 142km of hiking trails available. We’d highly recommend the walk to the Wildmoos Alm which takes you through beautiful countryside. You can reward yourself at the end of your trek with one of the tastiest strudels on the mountains. All varieties of walking are catered from Nordic walking to llama trekking. Snow-shoeing is a popular past-time and snow-shoes can be hired locally. There are even candle-lit walks for those of you who fancy a romantic night-time stroll.

Bowling

A great evening of fun with your reps – every week in Seefeld Inghams hosts an Austrian Skittles evening. This is bowling with a difference and a free shot is awarded for every strike (this gets rapidly harder as the evening progresses). The evening lasts for about 2 hours and costs about €12 per person. You can also privately hire a lane at the bowling alley. This cost approximately €30 per lane and in high season the venue is open every day except Saturday and Sunday.

Horse-drawn sleigh rides

Horse-drawn sleigh rides around the Wildesee lake are one of the most popular non-ski activities for visitors to Seefeld. It is a romantic way to explore this beautiful winter wonderland. Visitors can book this experience locally which costs around €16 per passenger on a 45-minute sleigh ride.

Neuschwanstein Castle

This fantastic guided trip into Bavaria in Germany to see the famous castle of Mad King Ludwig is well worth participating in. The castle has a starring role in the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and is an icon of fairy-tale, castle design. The excursion also stops at Oberammergau the site of the famous Passion Play. The trip lasts from 08.30am until 04.30pm and costs approximately €39 per person. Entry to castle is not included.

Sightseeing in Innsbruck

The main line from Munich to Innsbruck passes through Seefeld and the train station is located directly in the centre of town. With a journey time of 2 hours 15 minutes Munich can be visited on a long day trip but visiting Innsbruck is really easy. The journey only takes 40 minutes and the trains run hourly. We recommend sitting on the right-hand side of the train towards Innsbruck to witness spectacular views down across the Inn Valley.

Child Care Facilities

Gizzi's Children's Club is a  Snow Kindergarten for children aged 3-5yrs, Mon-Fri with 2 h per day ski tuition plus optional lunch supervision. Lessons are from 9.30am - 11.30am price for 5 days including lunch and supervision 12-2pm is €249 or 12am - 2pm ski lessons without the lunch €143. Bookable locally.

 Other activities in Seefeld:

  • Ice skating and curling rinks
  • Olympia sports centre with indoor and outdoors pools with water slides
  • Indoor tennis, squash & golf
  • Snow-tubing
  • Bobsleigh
  • Wine tasting 
  • Resort bus free with lift pass
  • Car hire available

Location in resort
  • Longitude: 11.1873195
  • Latitude: 47.3308755
  • Nearest Bus Stop: 300
  • Nearest Lift:

    Gschwandkopf

  • Distance to City Centre: 200

For more information on travel and transport visit our Seefeld page

Extras

Pre-bookable Lift Passes, Ski Hire & Tuition

SPECIAL OFFER ON EQUIPMENT HIRE
Save up to £73 per person

Book your lift pass with us and we’ll give you 50% off equipment hire or carriage. See our Ski Bundle page for details. 

Learn to Ski
6 days 'Blue' ski and boot hire, 6 days tuition
Adult £222 
Lift pass can be purchased in the resort when needed. 
Learn to Cross-Country
5 days cross-country skis & boots, 3 days tuition (2h per day)
Adult £145 

Cross-country pass can be purchased in the resort.

All Learn to packs must be pre-booked in the UK and are not bookable locally.

Lift Passes Days Adult  Youth
16-18 yrs
Child
6-15 yrs
Local Whole Area Pass 6 £218 £200 £130

Children under 6 years and beginners should purchase in the resort.

Equipment Description Blue Red
Adult Skis/Boots £87/£33 £107/£43
  Snowboard&Boots - £151
  Cross-country skis & boots   £67 -
Youth (7-14yrs) Skis/Boots - £58/£27
  Snowboard&Boots - £99
Child (3-6yrs) Skis&Boots - £57
  Helmet - £18

Please see here for a description of hire categories.

Tuition Days Times Adult Child (4-14yrs)*
Ski 3/5/6 10am-12pm & 2-4pm £146/£197/£222  £142/£174/£199
Snowboard 3 10am-12pm  2-4pm   £138  £138

 * Snowboard school Child 8-14yrs

Prices and supplements are correct at time of publishing but may vary up or down; correct prices will be advised at the time of booking 

Facilities

  • Resident's restaurant
  • Lounge and bar
  • Leisure area with interconnecting indoor/outdoor pool
  • Sauna and steam room, relaxation room, and gym.
  • Restaurant
  • Lounge area
  • Bar
  • Sauna
  • Steam room
  • Swimming pool (indoor)
  • Swimming pool (outdoor)

Family Facilities

  • Baby listening service
  • Cots & linen
  • Early meals available
  • Hotel family friendly

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