Chalet Glockenspiel is located directly in Kitzbühel’s pedestrian zone. If you’re wanting to experience the heart and soul of Kitzbühel – look no further. This well located option with complimentary WiFi offers 3 tastefully decorated bedrooms all with comfortable double/Austrian twin beds with a spacious living room with cable TV, complete with a comfy sofa and chairs. There are 2 bathrooms with large showers, wash basin (2nd bathroom has a WC) plus an additional and separate WC. The kitchen comes well equipped with dishwasher, oven, hob, microwave, fridge etc and dining table for 6/8 people.
The front rooms enjoy superb views over the centre of Kitzbühel and the famous Streif. If driving here this apartment does not offer private parking. Cars can be parked free of charge at the Pfarrau parking area (about 850m from apartment) The Hahnenkamm Gondola is just a 5min walk from your door. Right outside your door are various restaurants, bars and supermarkets so you cannot beat its location. The famous Glockenspiel bar/restaurant is located in the same building so maybe you can make it your extended living room. Not only is it the ‘place to be’ it also serves great food.
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