Hotel Tennerhof

Originally a traditional farmhouse, dating back to 1679, the Tennerhof has been owned by the Pasquali family since the 1920s and is now one of the most attractive and comfortable hotels in the Alps. The restaurant is excellent and has gained 3 Gault & Millau toques for its innovative cuisine as well as a Michelin art. Member of Relais & Chateau as well as being a Leading Spa Resort. The Kitzbuhel Horn lift is just 400 metres away and the town centre is 15 minutes walk. The hotel runs a regular shuttle service to all the ski areas.

There are 39 rooms in the property, as well as three standalone chalets on site.

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There are 39 guest rooms as well as a number of suites and apartments (many with fireplaces) at the Residence Romerhof across the road. They are decorated in a host of different styles from traditional Tyrolean with hand-painted furniture, tiled stoves and wood-panelled walls to lighter, brighter decor and more modern colours and fabrics. The bathrooms are all extremely smart having been recently renovated.

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The medieval walled town of Kitzbühel forms the centre of what is probably the most charming and beguiling ski town in the world. Quite simply nowhere else on the planet can match it for a sense of history and tradition. Among ski racing fans Kitzbühel ski resort is world famous as the home of the classic Hahnenkamm Downhill course on which the World Cup Men’s Downhill is held each January.

Most of the centre is now more-or-less car-free. The main streets are lined with hotels, shops, restaurants, bars and cafes, some of which have been standing for centuries and others that have just been made to look as though they have. The old town can be especially enchanting at night, when it assumes a real fairy-tale image.

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. Here's our guide to Kitzbühel ski resort.



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