We stayed the last week in Feb & arrived on a Sunday night. We paid Sat to Sat as that was the only booking option. We stayed in room 113 - If you are put in this room and have any trouble sleeping, your in big trouble. As its beside the newer part of the hotel it seems to join the old & new by a "runway" made of the loudest material in the world because as people bash along in their ski boots to their rooms - room 113 actually shakes. Voices echo, morning after morning and the same in the evening kids screaming tearing up & down the corridors. We felt we were in the middle of a tube station.
The room (113) itself is tiny, a small table then a modern wardrobe and then the toilet door. It literally is a box maybe at most 11ft by 11ft. It is also at the back so any arrives after 12 - Well you'll know of all the comings & goings as the sensor light is under the room... Finally fall asleep to be awoke by the lights.
We Unfortunately didn't have hot water 3 of the nights - just Luke warm & the other 2 we had cold. Not ideal after a long day skiing when your longing for a shower.
Although at breakfast seating was to be allocated, we didn't have one and so we were slotted wherever they could fit us. Our stay was Half board but we passed on the dinner as it was inexpensive to eat out. In praise for the staff, the room was cleaned every single day. The beds are very comfortable & the bedding was clean & soft.
We think because we checked in on the Sunday we got the last room or the worst room as the case was. We did look in on another room as it was being cleaned on checking out day & it looked to be allot larger. The size of our room wasn't the big problem if you will excuse the pun - It was more the traffic of people walking pass and the noise level. Without sounding like a total crank it always astonishes me that people will let their kids scream running up and down corridors of hotels. One time is fine but in our hotel they just ran up and down shouting and screaming!
The hotel itself is a quick 7- 10 min walk into the town. It's not as far out as I was led to believe but if you have ski's and boots your best to leave them at the gondola station (They have a boot warmer) or if you are a learner at the shop at the bunny slope (Only costs about 8 euro for the week) The ski buses are always packed in the morning so if you have no ski's and boots the walk up is nice in the morning.
There is a fab Italian restaurant Giovanni's just a 5 mins walk away. Don't drink the tap water in the restaurants - They will tell you it's okay to drink! It's not!
We hired all our ski equipment from Snow and fun in the town - Great Irish guy called Graham looked after us, really friendly.
It's a fantastic town and great Apres Ski. If you are half board and want to eat out. It wont break the bank. We will 100% be back in Soll next season. We just wont be in staying the Ferienhotel Fuchs!
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