Edelweiss Hotel

The Edelweiss Hotel is a traditionally Tyrolean hotel with modern touches. The staff are all incredibly friendly and the owners have exacting standards, so it’s always spotless.

There are modern touches throughout the hotel. These include a herbal sauna, free Wi-Fi and a stylish dining room.

The hotel’s dining scene is highly rated. Breakfast is a buffet of hot and cold dishes and you’re welcome to prepare a packed lunch from the spread as well. In the evenings, you get home-cooked dishes from the Tyrol and beyond. Each night as you dine, you can choose from a free glass of beer or wine, too.

Overview of Kitzbuhel

Kitzbuhel is full of hills, valleys and pistes for skiers, walkers and cyclists. There’s also plenty of history in this beautiful town. As you wander, you’ll come across classic architecture, friendly locals and unforgettable scenery.

From toboggan rides to biking trails and hiking routes, life is lived outdoors in Kitzbuhel. In the evening, there are plenty of places to rest your legs, including local restaurants, Irish pubs and upmarket bars.

Things to do in Kitzbuhel

The Edelweiss Hotel is a particularly popular choice with people booking holidays to Austria. The location of the hotel is a big part of this as it’s close to the Hahnenkamm gondola, so it’s in an ideal location for walkers. For high-octane fun, you can also take a toboggan ride down the Kelchalm Run.

The centre of Kitzbuhel is only a short stroll away. The coffee houses are cosy and there’s a patisserie shop on almost every corner for sweet treats. The Gothic-style St Catherine’s Church stands in the centre of the town, showcasing a classically beautiful style.

When you stay at the Edelweiss Hotel, you can spend your days exploring the stunning scenery, learning about Austria’s history and dining on local cuisine. You’ll love every second of your stay.


Resort Summary

With a population of under 10,000, the people of Kitzbuhel enjoy an easy-going lifestyle that holidaymakers find rather contagious. Indeed, cosy coffee houses and sumptuously spread out patisserie corner stores make it easy to wander the streets.

Yet looking to the history books, you’ll find that Kitzbuhel has enjoyed a long and happy era of enviable peace. The world wars and the strife of the Napoleonic era left the town blissfully untouched, letting it develop its own cultural identity.

St Catherine’s Chruch, a Gothic spectacle in the town centre, shows off the classic style beautifully, as do more recently constructed churches and the cobbled streets.