Austria Ski Accommodation in Seefeld, Austria


Seefeld is a charming mountain town located only 20 kilometres from Innsbruck, it’s nearest travel hub. Seefeld sits at an altitude of 1180 metres, with the Wetterstein and Karwendel mountain ranges to the west and east respectively.

Seefeld offers charm, tranquillity and truly stunning valley views. Cross country skiing is very popular here, but for skiers there’s also a wonderful range of slopes to explore.

Best suited to families and beginner skiers, Seefeld boasts two separate areas to ski and one of the most highly regarded ski schools in Austria. You can also find a good range of shops and amenities, including the Olympia swimming complex

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Despite its reputation as a family resort, there are over 20 bars and pubs, a casino and three nightclubs to satisfy anyone with a craving for après-ski action.

There is live folk music at the Braukeller which kicks off at 20:00 and is a popular tourist destination. If you want to mingle with the locals, head to the Sportcafe Sailer and enjoy a beer on the outdoor terrace.

Later on, there is dancing at the Fundisco Jeep which is opposite the Siglu, a small igloo bar that is always popular and plays rock music until the early hours.

Those who stay out the latest usually end up at Fledermaus in the Spiel-Casino Seefeld which is the main disco on Seefeld. Various events in the winter season are hosted by the Casino which has established itself as a sought-after night time venue in the Olympiaregion.

Eating out

Seefeld village is famed for great restaurants and despite its relatively small size, the village boasts 40 to choose from. Some of these places have grown with the resort through decades and some, even centuries, giving them an authenticity that you won’t find anywhere else.

The Südtiroler Stube is a hundred year old establishment and houses a succession of separate rooms offering various meat dishes; grilled on charcoal is the speciality. The main attraction of the Hotel Klosterbräu in Klosterstrasse is the 500 year old wine cellar which serves as a particularly romantic setting for a mountain meal. The Kracherle Moos consists of four rooms converted from traditional Tyrolean farm houses. Each serves an exceptional cuisine in the cosy setting of a Tyrolean style hut, each with traditional tile stoles. Dishes are reasonably priced and the restaurant is open until midnight.

For something more laid back, the Adams Bistro Bar of the Hotel Eden has a great menu which is complemented by the carefully selected wine list and comfy leather sofas. There is a warm, convivial atmosphere on Friday nights and live music is played until midnight.

If you are craving a break from the rich local cuisine, La Traviata in Dorfplatz is the friendly, local pizzeria and a great choice for a family night out. There is also a Chinese restaurant on the same street as the Hotel Eden.


Seefeld offers a range of alternative activities both on and off snow.

On the mountain, you can try everything from cross-country skiing, ski jumping, ice skating, skiing, curling and snow-shoe hiking. There are also spa and swimming centres if you are looking to relax and restore your energy after a day’s skiing. There is also a great choice of day bus excursions to local places of scenic and cultural interest.

The Olympia Sport and Congress Centre and the elegant Alpenbad Leutasch spa are tranquil and spacious swimming facilities. The Olympia hosts a range of great family facilities and a restaurant, and the Alpenbad Leutasch offers visitors air massage couches, thermal baths, massage and body treatments and a luxury sauna.

The Olympiaregion offers great access to the mountain without skis. There are several special trails that are floodlit in the evening for evening cross-country skiing as well as dog walking routes.
The mountain is perfect for cross-country skiers with 279 km of well-maintained trails catering for all levels of ability. If you are new to the sport, it is a fantastic way to exercise and improve fitness whilst taking in the sunning panoramic mountain views from the tracks. The runs include 154km of trails for classic cross-country skiing and 125km for skating-style skiing and many sections have both running alongside each other. Pick up a map of the cross-country tracks at the information offices in resort. Alternatively, you can book a guided snow-shoe along the tracks.
Driving to resort or hiring a car is a good idea for tourists as the Seefeld plateau is perfectly positioned between the boarders of Germany and Italy (which are only 30-40 minute's drive south).

Bus trips also run from the resort centre if you fancy taking advantage of nearby attractions such as Linderhof Castle, the Swarovski Crystal World, Lake Achen or Neuschwanstein Castle, as well as city tours to Munich and Venice. Bookings can be made by various travel agencies in resort and you can also find information at the tourist office.

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Seefeld is renowned as one of the best resorts for families in the Tirol region. It is also an ideal beginner’s resort with around 50% blue runs.

Seefeld is also famous for its great ski-schools for children. The Ski Schule offers a wide range of programs to cater for all abilities from the Gizzi’s Children’s Club kindergarten to Youth’s Alpine Skiing club. All offer lunch supervision and a good variety of children's meals, allowing parents to enjoy a whole day on the mountain.

Tobogganing is a great activity for children and is very accessible in Seefeld. In the area, there are five impressive toboggan runs and equipment can be rented from all sports shops and valley lift stations.

The Olympic Sports & Conference Centre in Seefeld is an aqua paradise for children. The indoor and outdoor swimming facilities feature special areas for children, a water park, a 140m long white-water river, 110m long family slide, a sun terrace for relaxing and an onsite restaurant. Attached to the swimming pool complex is also a well-designed children’s playground. The centre’s large artificial ice rink is open in the winter season from 10:00-13:45 and 14:15-18:00. For families with very young children, the centre provides BabyBjorn Babysitter Balances to make it easier for parents to mind their children.

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Seefeld, Austria Snow Report
Current conditions
Temp: 3° C
Wind: 7mph
Direction: sse
Conditions: Clear skies
New Snow
24hrs: 4cm
Snow Depth
Top: 140cm
Base: 50cm

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