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Hotel Das Alpenhaus Kaprun (Kaprun)

Zell am See & Kaprun,

    About the hotel
    • A stylish alpine hotel
    • Modern & spacious
    • Indoor pool & spa
    • Wonderful Austrian hospitality
    • Free Wi-Fi throughout
    • 350m to the lift
    About the resort
    • 138km ski area
    • Resort altitude: 755m
    • Glacier skiing nearby
    • Perfect for intermediates
    • Very picturesque
    • Ideal for non-skiers
    • Short transfer

    If you're looking for wonderful, heartfelt Austrian hospitality in a gorgeous hotel setting then the Alpenhaus is for you. It stands in the heart of Kaprun and close to the Maiskogel lift which is home to the brand new K-Connection - a direct lift link to the Kitzteinhorn Glacier.


    It’s a modern hotel with a welcoming alpine ambience, genuine hospitality and some seriously nice public areas for relaxing at the end of the day. Head to the open bar with its comfy sofas and stylish forest-inspired light fittings, or soak away and aches in the Veda Spa. There's a good size indoor pool, massage treatment rooms and no less than six saunas!



    The food is quite superb at the Alpenhaus, and the chef is renowned for producing both regional and international cuisine of the highest standard - perfect for fuelling for and refuelling after your days on the slopes.


    At the end of the day, you're in for a treat as the rooms simply ooze comfort. There's plenty of space and light with gorgeous furnishings and facilities to match. All in all, you'll be in for a memorable stay at the Alpenhaus.


    From the hotel to...

    Nearest lift: 350m from the Maiskogel gondola

    Nearest slope: 350m from the Maiskogel piste

    Tuition meeting point: 350m (at the bottom of the Maiskogel gondola)

    Resort centre: You're in the centre

    Bus stop: 10m


    About the resort...

    Forming one half of the 138km ski area and about a 15 minute bus ride from lively Zell am See is the more laid-back resort of Kaprun. It's a really charming resort which is smaller than Zell with a much more rustic feel. It's not a sleepy village though as you'll still have a selection of bars and restaurants too choose from, some with traditional Austrian bar games like bowling and the classic hammerschlagen (hammering six inch nails into a stump!).


    2019/20 sees a brand new gondola which joins Kaprun village and the Kitzsteinhorn Glacier. It's called The K – Connection and it finally means skiers and snowboarders no longer have to catch a bus to the base of the glacier meaning more time on the mountain!



    For a more lively nightlife scene, equally picturesque scenery and great skiing for all levels, Zell am See is one of Austria's best loved lakeside resorts. On the mountain, it has a nice mix of runs that are perfect for complete beginners to the advanced.


    When you're not exploring the area, head into the Old Town of Zell and you'll be absolutely charmed by its magical medieval setting. The town is awash with cafés, bars and restaurants suiting all different budgets and tastes. Après starts on the mountain at around 3pm, the Berghotel is a good place to kick off!


    Resort stats

    Area size: 138km

    Linked resorts: Saalbach and Hinterglemm (on Salzburg superski lift pass)

    Resort altitude: 755m

    Skiing altitude: 755m to 3030m

    Number of runs: 62

    Range of runs: 40% blue, 44% red and 16% black

    Lifts: 15 drags, 17 chairs and 15 cable cars

    Night skiing: Yes

    Cross country trails: 40km

    Snowmaking: 100% of runs covered

    Resort bus: Yes


    Rest and relaxation

    At 1,000 m², the Alpen Veda Spa is an incredibly calm place to be. With lots of wonderful natural textures and tones, you can't help but feel relaxed and close to nature. The spa is split over two floors and includes an indoor swimming pool providing panoramic views, six saunas and four relaxation rooms.


    There's also a varied range of beauty and well-being treatments for a bit more pampering. Or for those who want to carry on the fitness regime on holiday, there's a fitness room with state-of-the-art cardio and strength equipment by PRECOR.


    Food and drink

    The half board here is a delight. Breakfast is an extensive buffet style with lots of continental treats as well as cooked options - perfect for fuelling your days on the mountain.


    Your evening meals will feature both regional and international cuisine, all made with fresh produce with as much as possible being sourced from the local area, You can look forward to a buffet starter, plated main with three choices and a buffet desert. Why not complement the delights with an appropriate glass of wine.



    The Alpine feel which runs throughout the hotel carries on into the light and sizeable rooms. Each of the 55 bedrooms and suites have modern furnishings including Austrian twin beds, flatscreen TV, minisafe, mini bar, and a full bathroom with shower or bath, hairdryer and bathrobe (with a €50 deposit).

    Hotel features

    Official rating: ****


    Dining room and breakfast room

    Bar and lounge

    Free WiFi throughout the hotel

    1,000m2 spa and wellness area with heated indoor pool, six saunas, four relaxation rooms and massage and beauty treatments available

    Lift to all floors

    Ski and board equipment storage including heated boot rack