by Lissa Poirot
With a classic Bavarian look, the inn is a traditional alpine resort with just 25 guestrooms and suites, as well as a five-bedroom chalet. The pet-friendly inn features an Austrian tree house for kids, as well as skating in the winter and an outdoor, heated swimming pool. The inn’s cozy SkiMeister CafÃ© is open for breakfast and apres ski snacks.
Our Editor Loves
- Outdoor, heated pool
- Onsite dining
- Onsite Dining
by Vanessa T
I went twice and would easily stay a third. It's perfect for me because it's quiet and homey and a really good breakfast is included. I tend to like feeling like I'm in a home more than a hotel when up in the mountains and this place is perfect for that. It's well maintained of with an Austrian ski lodge.
Stayed in room #1 if you want to call it a room. 3ft from the front door & 6ft from the lobby desk with a lobby bathroom right next to our door. You could hear all lobby conversations & everyone entering & leaving. Window was open & would not close. My husband had to straddle an outside stairwell & push the window from the outside so I could latch it w/ the little hooks on the inside. Room was like a storage room that had been converted to a terrible hotel room. Noisy, terrible bed that squeaked w/ every move, dated chair & a "closet" that is just a couple of pieces of wood slapped up. We immediately told Gary at the front desk our room was unacceptable & we were not satisfied nor was the room what was presented on the internet. He said there was nothing he could do about it & to talk to the manager in the morning. In the morning when my husband tried to speak with the manager the front desk was closed. We had reservations for 2 nights & left after 1 & will be disputing the additional night charge via our credit card company. This is the worse hotel room we have ever had to stay in & would have left upon arrival if it had not been late w/ no other hotels available in the area.