Schmittenstrasse Chalet is a luxury and spacious 200m2 ski chalet for up to 12 people, combining modern with tradition. It is situated opposite the Schmittenhöhebahn cable car and the piste 15 finishes almost directly at the chalet. There is no better location than here to begin your skiing or hiking day, in Zell am See!
The chalet is the ideal base for families with children, as the main Zell am See ski school starts right in front of the chalet avoiding the need for unnecessary bus and car journeys.You will also find a nice selection of hotels and restaurants offering bars and restaurants as well as ski hire and play areas nearby, with the free shuttle stopping a short walk to take you to the centre about 1.5km away.The chalet is offered self catered or with half board catering to suit.
The chalet living offers the following facilities:
4 bedrooms each with a double bed and mountain views
1 bedroom with 4 bunk beds for 4 people
Open plan living area with modern kitchen, dining area and lounge & fire place
4 bathrooms with a WC
1 separate WC
TV, stereo system and WIFI
Large balcony and garden with mountain view
Outdoor Jacuzzi & private sauna
Carport and garage
On request pets are considered! Additional costs may be charged.
Number of Bedrooms
- Welcome and Assistance
We are sorry, there are no reviews yet for this accommodation.
Austria….The land of Oompah music, apple strudel and lederhosen. A fantastic choice for winter or summer.Full of charm, atmosphere, tradition, picture postcard towns and villages, Austria is an ideal
country to visit for groups, couples and families.The key to ski holidays in Austria is the country’s celebrated ‘Gemütlichkeit’ culture, which attempts to make guests feel welcome, entertained and well
fed, both on the slopes and after the lifts have closed.Many of the resorts offer very large and variable ski areas to compete with anywhere, serviced by some of the most modern lift systems in
The service excellence and hospitality that you encounter all over the country is guaranteed to leave you with a warm glow even in the cold winter weather. You’ll find the typical Austrian welcome both on the slopes with genuinely friendly and helpful instructors and lively après-ski in almost every Austrian bar when the lifts have closed. Or even before they have – the partying starts early in
many resorts and it’s a familiar sight at many of the resort’s mountain huts to see skiers dancing while still in their ski boots skiing back down the slopes in the early evening.
Much of the accommodation in Austria are good quality, family-run hotels, with many on a half-board basis, offering good quality mountain food. Many of them have a wellness area which is a big part of Austrian life, so you can usually expect a spa, or at least a sauna and steam room.There is also a good choice of quality apartments, self catered chalets and in a few areas like St Anton or Solden, you can find your traditional catered chalet, with other areas offering a more bespoke catered option.We are happy to help, advise and recommend suitable ski areas and accommodation in Austria to
enhance your Austrian experience.
Culture and history info