Q Hotel Maria Theresia

The Q Hotel Maria Theresia is a stylish 71 room hotel located in the heart of Kitzbuhel, just a short walk from the village centre and the Hahnenkamm gondola. Kitzbuhel is a popular winter destination famous for its lively apres ski, world-class skiing and medieval resort centre. 

Decorated in a traditional Austrian style, all the bedrooms at Q Hotel Maria Theresia provide skiers with a cosy escape and are complete with piste-side views, an en-suite bathroom, flatscreen TV and desk. The hotel has extensive spa facilities, including saunas and a steam bath. A selection of beauty and massage treatments is available at an additional cost.

Q Hotel Maria Theresia has a highly acclaimed restaurant that serves traditional Tyrolean cuisine and modern dishes. Guests staying on a half board basis will also enjoy the four-course evening meal and daily breakfast buffet, which serves various hot and cold dishes. 

The hotel offers a charming blend of modernity and tradition with a fantastic selection of amenities, including a cosy lounge with an open fire, a high-quality restaurant and a luxurious spa. So whether you want to relax or you'd instead make the most of Kitzbuhel's vibrant nightlife, the Maria Theresia provides a superb base for your ski holiday. 

  • Sauna
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Log Fire
  • Close to slopes

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All 71 bedrooms at the Q Hotel Maria Theresia are comfortably and tastefully decorated with a strong attention to detail. There is a choice of five room types: single room (18m2), standard double room (20m2), superior double room (25m2), junior suite (30m2) and Streif Suite (180m2).

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Kitzbühel ski resort lies in the heart of Austria’s Tirol region with excellent skiing on offer. Once a silver mining town, Kitzbühel is full of character and is often regarded as one of the most beautiful ski towns in Europe. The town is largely car-free, with cobbled streets winding past brightly-coloured buildings and designer shops. The impressive Gothic St Catherine’s church stands tall over the town, serving as a reminder of Kitzbühel’s medieval roots. Quite simply nowhere else on the planet can match it for a sense of history and tradition.

Most of the centre is now more-or-less car-free. The main streets are lined with hotels, shops, restaurants, bars and cafes. The old town can be especially enchanting at night, when it assumes a real fairy-tale image.

Among ski racing fans Kitzbühel ski resort is world famous as the home of the classic Hahnenkamm Downhill course. With over 179km of varied, groomed pistes, Kitzbühel ski resort is one of the largest in Austria and has invested a lot in a modern, high-speed lift system. While the Hahnenkamm’s Streif run might not be for the faint-hearted, Kitzbühel skiing is otherwise a brilliant choice for intermediate skiers. There’s a huge variety of blues and reds to discover and intermediates will find most of the slopes here accessible. More advanced skiers might like to head off-piste with a guide to discover some of the 200 square kilometres of terrain that’s hidden away.

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