decent quiet hotel, well located for skiiing. restaurant staff excellent, great breakfast even for a ravenous celiac on a skiing holiday. they have a small infra-red sauna which in my experience elevates them a great deal as its a rare but relevant offering for a hotel in an area where serious injuries commence with ruining travellers health. 2 types of patron - stuffy, arrogant germans characterised by plastic surgery as much as laughable self importance. people, wearing fur doesnt make you special. at least now i know where the bad rap comes from when people make fun of germans. second patron the rich russian, yes they do rather stand out a bit BUT while they get a bad rap, their self awareness may be a little rough around the edges and they spend money like water on things mere mortals cannot afford, i didnt mind them - they were pleasant and quiet. unlike the german men who woke the village every night when the bars closed, singing, hooting and even fighting. note to self - never try to run away from an attacker wearing your skiboots on COBBLESTONES.
would i stay here again? probably not. our train departure was 1 hour after we were due to check out and despite the extremely quiet, snowless weekend, sunday departure and week long residence the guy at the desk refused to extend a crucial hour so i could nap prior to leaving - which i needed after waking every night to aforementioned midnight morons. so, son and self left our gear in the lobby, wandered around the village until departure, went off to board the train only to find that having originated in italy it was late. we spent 2+ hours lying in the sun on the platform waiting in hope and eating gummi bears by the fistful. was tired by the time we got home - possibly the gelatine/ sugar overload - definately not what one expects after a relatively expensive week away. the guy at the hotel desk may have been critically stupid when it mattered most but the train, well, my beloved germans rose to the occasion and made it back almost on time - was well impressed with the train journey and the very kind, helpful people we met along the way. (kitz village excluded for its restaurant & service staff who wear bad attitude like a red badge of courage while serving food well below global par). does the highly rated kitzbuhel fill my heart the same way less convenient, uber-chilled wengen does? not even close. which is really too bad, because it is very easy to get to and could be so great.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Zur Tenne, sister property of the Hotel Bayerischer Hof in Munich, is located in the heart of Kitzbuhel's old town. 51 Spacious rooms and suites are decorated in a cosy country house style, many of them include an open fireplace. 4 Conference and banqueting rooms with daylight and a total capacity of 400 guests offer the perfect framework for creative meetings, unforgettable parties, events or presentations. Awarded with one toque and 14 points by Gault Millau, the restaurant offers culinary delicacies for everyone's taste. ... more less
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