The Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn boasts 270 km of slopes and is one of the largest ski areas in Austria. This ski resort is renowned for its excellent range of pistes and efficient lift system. The village of Saalbach is a fantastic fun-filled area and synonymous with après-ski! Continue reading Saalbach Specials
Are you looking for a hotel with a great location, easy access to ski slopes, an excellent wellness area, comfortable rooms and delicious meals?
Then the Interstar Hotel in Saalbach is the place to be!
This 4* hotel is located in the quiet suburb of Saalbach, approx. 3,5 km from Saalbach centre. The longest ski slope is ending right behind the hotel (SKI IN!). The next cable car is in walking distance (200m). And after an exciting day on the slopes you can relax in the wellness area with various types of saunas, an ice water pool, steam baths, whirlpool, infrared cabin and much more…!
1 Week Ski Package from Euro 1.599,- per person
Our packages include: Meet & Greet and return airport transfers, 6 days ski and boot hire, 6 days ski pass to entire SkiWelt ski region with more than 280km of slopes and lots of other activities.
Perfect SKI IN SKI OUT POSITION! The newly renovated Alpenpension Claudia offers a hot and cold organic breakfast buffet with homemade and regional products, a heated ski room and sauna.
Full use of the close by sister **** Hotel’s facilities also including afternoon snack and dinners, entertainment and stunning wellness area with pool, saunas, jucuzzis and steam bath. Lovely family resort and top village setting, local representation and more….
from Euro 1295.00 (per adult sharing – children discounts apply)
When all is quiet on the mountain – ski resort Saalbach-Hinterglemm
The last days of the winter season are gradually drawing to a close and as the conditions are still good, I have put my skis on for the last time to enjoy some spring skiing. Spring has sprung in the lower part of the valley and it won’t be too long before buds are sprouting through the snow on the higher ground. I take a seat on the Sunliner chairlift for my last ascent up towards the summit.
At the top station I meet Operations Manager, Jakob Niederseer, who provides me with an overview of the last day. “It’s hard to believe that as of tomorrow all will be still and quiet here on the mountain… What happens when the last gondola and chairlift pull in to the top station this evening? Is it time for you to go on holiday?” I enquire, and Jakob Niederseer laughs. “No, the closing down process takes a little longer. It is not just that we press the ‘off’ button and go home. There is quite a bit more work that needs to be completed by our team”.
Text by Edith Danzer
Images: © Saalbacher Bergbahnen