Mayrhofen; March Ski Deal w/Meals
- Hotel Strolz
- 7 Nights
- Board Basis:
- Half Board
- Return Flights
- Atol Protection
- 20kg Luggage Allowance
- Resort Transfers
- Half Board
- Quiet location close to village centre
- Please call 0114 250 4042 for available departure dates
Hotel Strolz, Mayrhofen
Set back from the bustle of Mayrhofen's centre yet only a short walk away, this traditional and typically Tyrolean hotel offers a home-from-home atmosphere and is run by the friendly Strolz family provide a great welcome to their guests with hospitality and good food.
Rooms are in the main hotel or Guesthouse which is only a few meters away. All meals are taken in the main hotel.
- Austrian twins in the Guesthouse have shower and can sleep up to 3; whilst those in the main hotel have either bath or shower and balcony, some sleep up to 3.
- All rooms have cable TV, safe, hairdryer and telephone.
- Buffet breakfast
- 4-course evening meal with 2 choices of the main dish
- Guests staying in the Guesthouse take all meals at the hotel
- In a quiet location 100m from the ski bus stop
- 800m from the lifts
- 300m from the centre of the village.
- Two cosy lounges
- Residents' dining room
- Large indoor pool, sauna and steam room (Free)
- Table tennis
- Hydro-jet massage (pay locally)
- Wi-Fi internet access (pay locally)
- Lift in main hotel
Mayrhofen ski resort lies at the end of the Ziller Valley where keen skiers and those seeking lively après-ski and nightlife are well catered for in a big, wide-open ski area which stretches out on both sides of the valley. One of Europe’s best summer-skiing resorts, Hintertux, is within fairly easy reach.
The main street is predominantly pedestrianised - a mix of Tyrolean-style chalets, and four-star hotels.
The main Mayrhofen skiing is high above the tree-line on the Penken, which rises way above the town and is reached by a large gondola in the centre of town. The Zillertal Superskipass covers the whole of the Ziller Valley, including the resorts of Fügen, Kaltenbach, Zell am Ziller, Gerlos, Finkenberg, Lanersbach and the glacier at Hintertux - an incredible total of over 515km of pistes and 200 lifts connected by a free bus or train. If you feel like an extra challenge, try what the resort markets as “the steepest groomed run in Austria” – called, predictably, Hara Kiri. It is indeed steep, but so short that even an intermediate could tackle it.
The après-ski and nightlife is extensive with bars, pubs and clubs.
* Additional Charges
If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy. Booking fee’s apply on all bookings and will be confirmed at the time of booking. Minimum booking fee £5 per person.
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