We stayed here for a week in early July. The weather was, unfortunately, not very cooperative, but we managed to have a great time anyway. The chalets are a cradle of comfort - the Tempurpedic beds are amazing. The breakfast in chalet is nothing less than luxurious - everything so fresh and delicious. We had dinner in the chalet most nights as well, again, delicious. Leogang is ideally positioned for day trips - we started off the first day with a local hike, and by the last day we were venturing 50 km away to see the tallest waterfall in Europe. The weather didn't give us a chance to drive the Grossglockner highway, but next time for sure!
Service: top notch. Most everyone speaks English to some extent, always smiling, dinners arrived exactly at the time we requested, very helpful in reception for trip planning.
Facilities: the village veers dangerously close to a Disney type setting, but never goes quite that far :-) it's quaint and cosy, clean and perfectly maintained... you quickly become a "villager" :-) the chalets themselves have every convenience, including a hot tub (not a jacuzzi), sauna, small flat screen tv with hdmi input that you can hook your laptop up to to watch movies. The central wood stove was a godsend in the chilly weather - so nice to heat it up knowing it would keep us warm all night. The kitchen is small but has most everything you might need - a microwave would be handy but we didn't suffer without it. Oh and there's free wifi :-)
Food: emphasis is placed on local suppliers and you can tell. The dinners were scrumptious and generous portions. No one went hungry. They even bring you afternoon cake :-)