Austrian Mountains w/Meals & Excellent Reviews

Edelweiss, Kitzbühel
7 Nights
Board Basis:
Half Board*
  • Return Flights
  • Atol Protection
  • 15kg Luggage Allowance
  • Return Transfers
  • Hot and cold buffet breakfast
  • Packed lunch (from breakfast buffet)
  • 4-course evening meal, with salad buffet - 6 nights a week
  • A glass of small beer, house wine or soft drink with evening meals
  • Afternoon tea, coffee and cake
  • Tripadvisor Travellers' Choice Award 2019
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Holiday Information

The Edelweiss is a traditionally Tyrolean hotel with modern touches, run by friendly staff, and in a key Kitzbühel location.

It is rated No. 1 hotel in Kitzbuhel on Tripadvisor with a score of 97% (excellent and very good)

Kitzbuhel, Austria
Kitzbuhel, Austria

At a glance

  • Great for walkers
  • Excellent service
  • Traditional décor
  • Free Wi-Fi in lounge, 8am-10pm

A number of things make the Hotel Edelweiss an incredibly popular choice. It's close to the Hahnenkamm gondola, and ideal location for walkers. And with the staff members' encyclopedic knowledge of the area, you'll have plenty of advice on the variety of walks available to you.

The Edelweiss is decorated in traditional Austrian style - although Klaus and Veronika always look for ways to update the hotel in keeping with their high standards. Modern touches include a herbal sauna, free Wi-Fi throughout the day and a stylish dining room. Outside, the beautiful gardens are overlooked by a sun terrace.

We just want to let you know that the hotel does not accept bookings with infants.

Also, bookings for groups of eight or more people are on request only.


  • 500m to the centre of Kitzbühel
  • 250m to the Hahnenkamm gondola
  • 250m to the bus stop

Food & Drink

Dining at the Edelweiss is also highly rated. Breakfast is a buffet of hot and cold dishes, from which you can prepare a packed lunch 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 as well.

On Mondays, there won't be an evening meal served at the hotel, but there will be afternoon tea at the usual time..

Please note: Many Austrian hotels do not serve free tap water with meals.


From enjoying the sun terrace in the hotel's peaceful garden, to unwinding with a glass of wine in the lounge area as the sun goes down. There's also a herbal sauna to help re-engerise after a hard day of outdoor activities.

  • Garden - The hotel has a wonderful garden to explore.
  • Lounge - Chill out in the lounge area.
  • Sun terrace
  • Free Wi-Fi - In the lounge, from 8am to 10pm.
  • Outdoor parking

Health and Beauty

Indulge yourself in the hotel's relaxing herbal sauna.


Small Twin Room with Balcony
Sleeps: min 2, max 2

This small room is decorated in a modern style, with an Austrian twin bed, private shower, and balcony.


  • Austrian Twin Bed
  • Balcony
  • Shower
  • WC

Twin Room
Sleeps: Varies - min 2, max 3


  • 1 Sofa-bed In Bedroom (usually when 3 sharing room)
  • Austrian Twin Bed
  • Shower in Bath
  • WC

A slightly bigger room with an Austrian twin beds, single sofa-bedf(when 3 sharing), and bathroom with bath.

Twin Room with Balcony
Sleeps: min 2, max 3

Treat yourself to a room with a balcony. They've also got Austrian twin beds and a bathroom with a shower.


  • Austrian Twin Bed
  • Balcony
  • Shower
  • WC

Austrian twin beds consist of one large bed frame containing two single mattresses, both with separate duvets and linen sets, which cannot be separated.

Official rating: 3 Star
Transfer time: Approx 90 minutes


'Right in the heart of the Kitzbüheler Alps, Kitzbühel is a cosmopolitan mountain town bordered by pretty walking paths and the sparkling Schwarzsee lake.'

At a glance

  • Step back in time with a little Tyrolean history at the Kitzbühel Museum.
  • Sample the traditional Tiroler Gröstl - fried meat, potatoes and herbs topped with a fried egg.
  • Dip your toes into the warm healing waters of Schwarzsee Lake.

The lake and the mountains come together in Kitzbühel. One day, you’re soaking up the sun beside the Schwarzsee, the next, you’re picking up a wanderwegplan (walking map) and exploring the mountain paths on Kitzbüheler Horn – and spotting some of the 300 different species of plants to spot in its Alpine flower gardens.

Affectionately known as Glitzy Kitz thanks to its upmarket shops and cafés, there’s so much more to Kitzbühel than meets the eye. Dating back to medieval Bavaria, it’s filled with cobbled streets and colourful, frescoed buildings. And towering over its rooftops is the Church of St Catherine, considered a perfect example of the high Gothic style. But it’s those views from the mountaintops that’ll really take your breath away – just hop on the summer lifts and you’re there.

The town really comes alive in summer, with loads of different events and festivals - from the Kitz on Wheels festival in mid-July, when bikers spend the weekend showing off their wheels, to the highly popular Town Band festival in early August, which is an amazing weekend of music and fun. So whenever you choose to visit, there will always be something to make your holiday memorable.

Out and about

Here are some ideas of things to do when staying in Kitzbühel:

  • Lakeside promenade
  • Lake bathing
  • Cycle routes
  • Alpine flower garden
  • Waterfalls
  • Tennis courts
  • Museum
  • Fishing
  • Wildlife spotting
  • Paragliding

Optional Excursions bookable in resort


Spend a day in the pretty Bavarian village of Berchtesgaden, with its museums, glacial river and picture-perfect church. This beautiful corner of Germany is best known for its salt mines and Hitler's famous Eagle's Nest. You can choose to visit this fascinating historic mountain-top retreat for some awe-inspiring views of the valley.

Some entrance fees and optional extras are payable locally.


A day spent exploring the peaceful parks and grand old concert halls of Salzburg – famous as the birthplace of Mozart and the setting for The Sound of Music. Stroll through the cobbled old town, past the cathedral and medieval fortress, and to the pretty gardens of the Mirabell Palace.

Some entrance fees and optional extras are payable locally.


Meet marmots, visit the museum or just enjoy the scenic views on a trip to the glacial base of the Grossglockner, Austria's highest mountain. On the way back you could stop off in Zell am See, for an ice cream beside Lake Zell or to drop in at the town’s 11th century church.

Some entrance fees and optional extras are payable locally.

Krimml Waterfalls Walk

Take a trip to the Krimml Waterfalls in the beautiful Hohe Tauern National Park. They’re the highest falls in Austria and the waters are reputed to have healing powers. A steep footpath leads to some scenic views from the top, or you can catch a taxi if you’d prefer not to walk.

Some entrance fees and optional extras are payable locally.

Krimml Waterfalls include quite a few steps and steep sections that may not be suitable if you have limited mobility or are a wheelchair user.

Hidden Lakes Tour

A chance to see some of Wilder Kaiser’s lesser-known lakes. Your first stop could be Walchsee, with its peaceful promenade. Then you could go on to the remote lake of Hechtsee, which sits above Kufstein, and see the 13th century fortress. After that you could go via the Rein valley lakes to the medieval town of Rattenberg.

Some entrance fees and optional extras are payable locally.

Kitzbühel - Getting About


Within its city walls, Kitzbühel’s centre is predominantly car-free, meaning you can wander around ancient streets admiring the pastel shades of the historical buildings without worrying about rush hour.

With over 1,000km of marked trails, from the valley floor to the peaks, Kitzbühel really is a walker’s paradise. If you like to take it easy, go for a gentle 20-minute stroll to Lake Schwarzee, or follow the nature trail at Hintenbachalm to see the many species of flora and fauna. If it’s views you’re after, jump on the Hahnenkamm gondola and follow the Panorama Loop Trail or Hahnenkamm ridge walk for stunning scenes of the Wilder Kaiser Mountains. Other marked routes will take you to impressive sights such as the Sintersbacher waterfalls or the towns of Kirchberg or Aschau.

Schwarzee Lake

Kitzbühel’s closest bathing lake and beach area can be found 2.5km north-west of the main metropolis. Schwarzee lake contributes to Kitzbühel’s reputation as a spa town, as the mud is packed full of rich natural minerals that are great for your skin.

Discount card - Kitzbüheler Alpen Summer Card

Pick up a Kitzbüheler Alpen Summer Card and you can travel where you want, when you want.

Available to buy in resort. Adult approx €68 for a 5-day pass (2019 prices, 2020 prices tba). You can buy 2, 3, 4 5, 6 or 7 day passes.

Benefits include:

  • Use of 36 summer lifts in Kitzbühel Alps
  • Great discounts at lots of local attractions, like entry into swimming pools, museums and outdoor sports

* 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 £6 per person.

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