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Last update: November 24th, 2021 at 08:41 a.m.

Information about the lockdown in Austria

From November 22nd, 2021 to December 12th, 2021, Austria is locked down. As a result, a stay in our Austrian ALPS RESORTS is not possible for the time being. Stays are possible again from December 13th, 2021 (only with 2-G-rule). For more information about the 2-G-rule see below Current Corona measures in Austria

 

Information about the lockdown in Traunstein/Bavaria

From November 25, 2021, the Traunstein district in Bavaria will be in lockdown until the incidence value is below the incidence limit of 1,000 for five days in a row. Until then, a stay in our Ferienresort Inzell is unfortunately not possible.

The Ferienresort Englmar in the Straubing-Bogen district remains open.

 

Money-back guarantee

If a lockdown with a ban on accommodation is prescribed in your holiday region or your ALPS RESORT for the duration of your booked travel date, you will of course get your money back and can rebook or cancel your holiday free of charge. Otherwise our general cancellation guidelines apply.

 

We are sorry for the inconvenience and hope to welcome you soon!

Your ALPS RESORTS team

What Covid-19 regulations are currently in place in your holiday region? And why is a holiday at ALPS RESORTS definitely a good choice? We have summarized all the important information for you on this page.

Flexible and safe: Your holiday at ALPS RESORTS

The last several months have left their mark on us: We want to be absolutely confident in our holiday decisions. Perhaps more so than ever before. Here at ALPS, we are acutely aware of how you feel and because of that, we are committed to doing everything it takes to guarantee you a safe, carefree timeout at our resorts.

ALPS makes distancing easy.

Including contact-free check-in and your own private wellness area. We all understand just how valuable space is in times like these. The solution: a holiday in your own chalet, holiday home or apartment. In some of the most beautiful locations anywhere in the Alps with lots of space, fresh air and prospects that are second to none.

Corona measures at ALPS RESORTS

In addition to the legal measures, we have taken the following precautions at ALPS RESORTS:

  • Contact-free check-in: In some resorts, contact-free check-in is possible. Therefore, please send us all required travel details in advance. You can find more information below (see Current Corona measures in Austria Further measures, Registration requirement).
  • Public wellness areas: At our properties, special safety measures have been put in place. For further details, please consult the information package provided for you at check-in.
  • Disinfection: In addition to our high hygiene standards, prior to every new arrival accommodations are cleaned with highly effective disinfectants.
  • Adapted cancellation guidelines: We have made our cancellation conditions more generous so that you can enjoy the anticipation for your upcoming holiday at ALPS RESORTS without a care in the world.

    Please also pay attention to posted information with our safety recommendations such as what you will find in our elevators.

     

    Special information for guests from Germany

    Austria is a high-risk area since November 14, 2021

    Germany has put Austria on the list of high-risk areas. What does this mean for your vacation in Austria?

    • This will not change anything for those who have been vaccinated from the age of 12 or for those who have recovered. You can spend your vacation in Austria as usual and do not have to be in quarantine after your return!
    • If you are returning to Germany, you need to register at www.einreiseanmeldung.de, where you have to upload your negative test result, vaccination or recovery certificate. The confirmation of registration must be carried with you when entering Germany.
    • Children under the age of 12 who have not been vaccinated or recovered must go to quarantine immediately after returning to Germany. This ends automatically after the fifth day after entry.
      Note: The Austrian federal government is working flat out on a solution with the German authorities so that children under 12 do not have to be in quarantine.

     

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    Current Corona measures in Austria

    2-G-rule during your stay since November 8, 2021

    The 2-G-rule (vaccinated or recovered) applies in many areas of public life - our ALPS RESORTS are also affected.

    • Adults and children from 12 years of age need a vaccination certificate or proof of recovered Covid-19 infection.
    • The 2-G-Rule doesn't apply to children under 12 years of age!
    • Attention: Without a confirmation about your vaccination/recovery, we are unable to provide accommodations.
    • Please find more information here Up-to-date Information on the Coronavirus Situation

     

    3-G-rule on Entry

    • Entry without quarantine is possible for most European countries as well as for some other countries.
    • In order to enter Austria, adults and children from 12 years of age need a proof of vaccination, past infection, or negative PCR test.
    • Attention: In some cases, you need to register upon entry. Quarantine may be required when entering from non-safe countries.
    • Please find more information here Entry regulations for Austria

     

    Further measures

    • Registration requirement in our resorts: As was the case prior to the pandemic, all guests staying at our properties are required to register. With the help of our online check-in, this is something you can easily take care of before you arrive. This will avoid the waits usually associated with check-in and you will be able to move into your chalet or apartment faster than ever.
    • Minimum distance of two meters: Please maintain a minimum distance from other groups of guests of at least 2 meters. Fortunately, this is not a challenge in our spacious holiday resorts.
    • FFP2 masks: There are different regulations for this in the Austrian Provinces. Please find more information here Additional Measures in the Austrian Provinces
    • If you start feeling unwell during your stay despite many safety measures: Please contact us immediately by phoning the reception and stay inside your accommodation. Our employees know exactly what to do and will provide you with all the assistance you need.

     

    Further links

     

    Current Corona measures in Bavaria

    2-G-Rule during your stay since November 16, 2021

    The 2-G-rule (vaccinated or recovered) applies in many areas of public life - our ALPS RESORTS are also affected. Please note: Without one of the confirmations below, we cannot provide you with accommodation.

    • Adults and children from 12 years of age need a vaccination certificate or proof of recovered Covid-19 infection.
    • Children under the age of 12 are exempt from the 2-G-rule and do not require a proof of entry.
    • People are considered vaccinated if they have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 for at least 14 days.
    • People are considered recovered if they have a proof of recovery from Covid-19 infection. The underlying testing had to be carried out using a PCR test and may be at least 28 days and a maximum of six months ago. A separation notice from the health department is also permitted. Warning: If the infection was more than six months ago, a single vaccination is required.
    • Wearing an FFP2 mask is compulsory!

     

    3-G-rule on Entry

    • In order to enter Germany, all travelers from 12 years of age need a proof of vaccination, past infection, or negative PCR test.
    • Children under the age of 12 are exempt from the obligation to furnish proof. In their case, quarantine after a stay in a high-risk area automatically ends after the fifth day following entry into Germany.
    • Obligation to register: Even before entering Germany, you must carry out a digital registration on entry if, at any time in the ten days prior to your entry, you spent time in an area classified as a high-risk area or an area of variants of concern at the time of your entry.
    • Obligation to self-isolate: If you spent within the last 10 days time in an area which is classified as a high-risk area or area of variants of concern, you must make your way directly to your accommodation and remain isolated there (home quarantine). If entering Germany following a stay in a high-risk area, you will need to self-isolate for ten days; if you spent time in an area of variants of concern prior to entry, your self-isolation period will be 14 days.
    • Please find more information here Coronavirus Entry Regulations

     

    Further measures

    • Registration requirement in our resorts: As was the case prior to the pandemic, all guests staying at our properties are required to register. With the help of our online check-in, this is something you can easily take care of before you arrive. This will avoid the waits usually associated with check-in and you will be able to move into your chalet or apartment faster than ever.
    • Minimum distance of 1,5 meters: Please maintain a minimum distance from other groups of guests of at least 1,5 meters. Fortunately, this is not a challenge in our spacious holiday resorts.
    • If you start feeling unwell during your stay despite many safety measures: Please contact us immediately by phoning the reception and stay inside your accommodation. Our employees know exactly what to do and will provide you with all the assistance you need.

     

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