We stayed for a few nights as part of our Tyrolean tour and overall the hotel is very good. It is a short walk from the railway station at Hopfgarten Berglift and is in typical Tyrolean style. There is a lift and our room was spacious and comfortable with twin beds; plenty of storage space and cupboards;TV and safe(although ours was locked initially). Extra pillows are available which we found handy. We had a view over a field and the village with the imposing church being a feature. When we arrived there was no hot water in the bathroom but after a word with the owners this was rectified (it appears that we were "between seasons" and not all of the hotel was occupied and some rooms not ready for use yet - but all issues were soon dealt with and most of our party were satisfied with the accomodation and facilities). The evening meals were very good with a choice of dishes (but always some pork!!) and the freedrinks were a bonus (beer;wine and soft drinks available until 10pm) Good service from the two ladies in local dress. However, the breakfast - although adequate - got a bit boring with the same selection every day and no hot dishes. On a couple of occasions the bread rolls seemed slightly less than fresh! Our "packed lunch" turned out to be a "packed breakfast" as we were given a strip of foil and invited to fill it with the breakfast leftovers!! This usually amounted to one filled roll (ham and/or cheese). The other slight grievance was having to order your dinner selection at breakfast. There is a lounge with magazines and tourist brochures etc. They have a sauna/spa room downstairs and another bar/function room but these were not open yet. The main bar is open after dinner but you have to pay after 10pm. The chair lift to Hohe Salve is right across the road and this is well worth doing. The village is very pleasant with a few shops and bars. The church is well worth a look. Overall we were happy with the Sportshotel Fuchs and I would imagine it is very liveley once the skiing season starts.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The new Sportresort HOHE SALVE relies on the power of movement - in both summer and winter, 365 days a year. This movement is more than just a service, but integral to our daily activities and thinking for us. For all ages and all fitness levels. Located in Hopfgarten right next to the cable car station Hohe Salve in the Kitzbuhel Alps and is only 150 meters away from the center. With 104 rooms, five rooms for seminars and events, two restaurants, Apres ski bar and a 1,400 sqm "Move & Relax" area with yoga room, power room, 630 sqm pool area with 25 m sports outdoor pool, massage and treatment rooms Resort every sporting heartbeat. The sportresort is located in Hopfgarten, right next to the valley station of the Hohe Salve mountain railways, which offers an ideal entry into one of the largest and most modern ski resorts worldwide, the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental, with 90 lifts and lifts, 284 km of fun fun Lighted toboggan runs and over 70 huts guarantee pure winter pass. Welcome! But also for the rest of the year, the region around the Hohe Salve sports resort also offers numerous outdoor sports facilities: - brand new trail running routes in Westendorf - mountain bike tours throughout the region - running and walking trails in the village - hiking and mountain biking for all levels of difficulty - cycling and e-biking trails through the entire Brixental - and much more ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sporthotel Fuchs Hotel Hopfgarten Im Brixental
- Sporthotel Fuchs Hopfgarten