Luxury holiday apartments near Kitzbühel in Tyrol
In winter, this village of roughly 3670 permanent residents, part of Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental, one of the most modern and – with 280 km of groomed pistes and 90 lifts – one of the biggest ski areas in Austria, can always be counted on to excite visitors. In summer, on the other hand, hikers and mountain lovers are able to enjoy the tranquility and unadulterated nature of the Kitzbühel Alps. Likewise only “one solid tee shot away”: sporty recreation courtesy of Golf Club Kitzbüheler Alpen Westendorf. Sounds fantastic, a vacation in Brixental – doesn’t it?
Tyrol vacation in an exclusive holiday apartment
Chalet 149 Westendorf near Kitzbühel consists of 14 luxurious apartments, two of which are penthouse suites. The 12 apartments, which are divided into categories “Feldalphorn” and “Hartkaiser”, are between 62 and 82 m² in living area, each featuring two bedrooms and two baths along with high-quality amenities. The spacious living area and a fully equipped kitchen offer you plenty of “elbowroom” and allow you to spend your Tyrol vacation comfortably within your own friendly confines. Enjoy the best mountain views of the Kitzbühel Alps from your balcony or private terrace. With the Hohe Salve, Kröndlhorn and Steinbergstein essentially right there at your fingertips the moment you get up in the morning. Some of the holiday apartments are equipped with an infrared cabin for your relaxation after an active day spent outdoors in nature. A parking space in the underground garage is likewise included.
If you prefer something more inclusive still, you might consider booking one of the two penthouse suites: with a tastefully furnished living area of approximately 150 m², three bedrooms, two bathrooms, 54 m² (!) balcony and 21 m² terrace.
The reception is located on-site at Chalet 149 Westendorf, where our locally knowledgeable employees are always happy to help you plan your vacation days in Tyrol!
Partnership with Sport 2000 Ruetz
As our guest you receive 10% discount on the rental of winter sport equipment at Sport 2000 Ruetz in Westendorf. The discount will be deducted directly during the booking process on the website of Sport 2000 Ruetz. Get your discount!
Chalet 149 close to the lifts
Chalet 149 Westendorf lies just a three-minute walk from the nearest lifts. It is roughly a 20-minute drive from the Wörgl autobahn exit to Westendorf. As a guest of Chalet 149, you will also receive a free guest card valid for the duration of your stay in Brixental. With this card, you will benefit from numerous discounts (e.g. mountain lifts, golf course) – and be able to use public transportation for free (buses between Wörgl and Kitzbühel, ÖBB trains between Wörgl and Hochfilzen)!
- Nearest train station: Westendorf (2 km)
- Nearest supermarket: Spar (650 m)
- Sport 2000 Ruetz: 650 m
- Nearest airport: Innsbruck (85 km)
- Pistes: three-minute walk from the valley lift station of the Alpenrosenbahn
- Golf course: 900 m
- Hikes: from right outside your front door
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Region - Kitzbühel
Summer Holidays in the Kitzbühel Alps
Hiking in the Kitzbühel Alps
From St. Johann in Tirol and the city of Kitzbühel to Brixental, Leukental and Pillerseetal – the Kitzbühel district truly has a lot to offer. So it was that, in 2019, Kitzbühel was the first Tyrolean region to be awarded the European Hiking Seal of Quality. No wonder, since the gentle mountains of the Kitzbühel Alps are an absolute delight for hikers and mountain lovers in general. The peaks in the Kitzbühel region reach heights of as much as 2400 meters. One of them is particularly prominent: the 2362 m tall “Grosser Rettenstein”. With its double summit, it is one of the most striking mountains in the holiday region of Tyrol, also bordering on the Pinzgau district in Salzburger Land. Yet another highlight: a hike up the 2000 m high Kitzbüheler Horn or along the Jochberg Water Path. Also be sure to explore the Drachensteig trail on the Jochberg or the kid-friendly Adventure Camp in Reith near Kitzbühel.
Summer Lifts in the Kitzbühel Alps
If you prefer to spare yourself those initial elevation gains, simply have one of the summer lifts carry you up the mountain. For example, the Alpenrosenbahn in Westendorf. Once at the top, between the Talkaser (1770 m) and Choralpe (1820 m) you can look forward to a true family experience, with attractions certain to appeal to all young explorers and hikers. Other family tips if you plan to ride the summer lifts: Witches’ Waters in Söll Hohe Salve and Ellmi’s Magic World in Ellmau. The Kitzbühel Alps Sommer Card is included with your booking and is your ticket to a grand total of 38 different lifts in the region. You will also be able to take advantage of numerous bonus partners and special discounts. Learn more about the Kitzbühel Alps Sommer Card now!
Cycling & (E-) Biking in the Kitzbühel Alps
Here, casual cyclists, E-bikers, mountain bikers and downhillers are all in for a real treat: The region encompassing the Kitzbühel Alps offers over 1000 km of bike paths and mountain bike trails. No wonder that Kitzbühel regularly hosts major biking events. That said, the KitzAlpBike Marathon and the HiLLclimb in Brixen im Thale are absolute highlights, for participants and spectators alike.
Golfing in the Kitzbühel Alps
Golf lovers, this is for you: The Kitzbühel region is home to several golf courses with perfect fairways and greens. For example, the 18-hole Wald Course of the Kitzbühel Alps Golf Club. This championship course, which has been given the 4-star-superior award by the Federal Golf Course Association, appeals to golfers with its peaceful setting. Likewise, the Wilder Kaiser – Ellmau, Kaiserwinkl – Kössen, Lärchenhof and Rasmushof clubs promise outstanding playing conditions and beautifully manicured courses.
Our excursion tips
Tip 1: Alpinolino
Right next to the mountain station of the Alpenrosenbahn cable car at 1,770 m above sea level, the whole family turns into detectives of nature. In the discovery park Alpinolino Westendorf, animal riddles and exciting discovery missions are waiting for you. Whether it's the groundhog rally, the squirrel long-jump-competition or the "Spoggolino" ball track – you'll be literally rolled over by adventure opportunities.
After the action-packed detective work, it's time for some rest and relaxation. Only 45 minutes away from Alpinolino, the Kreuzjöchl lake invites you to unwind. The popular hiking trail there offers a fantastic view of the Hohe Tauern, as well as the Kitzbühel and Zillertal Alps.
Tip 2: Hohe Salve
At 1,829 m above sea level, the Hohe Salve not only stands out as the highest point in the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental, but also offers an unforgettable panoramic view of the region. The Hopfgarten and Söll cable cars make it possible to reach the summit without much effort.
At the top, enjoy the view of over 70 three-thousand-meter peaks in the rotating panorama restaurant "Umadum-Stuben". Just around the corner is the over 400-year-old "Salvenkirchlein", the highest pilgrimage church in Austria. The popular “Sonnenuhrenweg” leads the way around the summit with 15 sundial stations. The wind harp, meanwhile, invites you to listen to the sounds of the wind.
Tip 3: Schwarzsee Kitzbühel
Kitzbühel not only has the Streif and Hahnenkamm to offer, but also plenty of swim activities for the whole family. The 15 ha Schwarzsee is one of the warmest bathing lakes in Tyrol. Water temperatures of up to 27 degrees are common.
Those who have had enough of swimming can rent a rowing boat or prove stamina and strength at the nearby fitness parkour. Hiking enthusiasts are best off strolling along the “Drei-Seen-Rundwanderweg".
Insider tip: In the early morning hours, the Wilder Kaiser mountain is reflected in the Schwarzsee - a sight worth seeing.
Tip 4: Fortress Kufstein
Once a border town between Bavaria and Tyrol, today a popular host of theatre and concert events: The 800-year-old fortress serves as the backdrop for numerous events and is also the landmark of the Kufstein district.
The fortress casts a spell over visitors both young and old. On a guided tour, you can immerse yourself in the past and learn more about the exciting history of the walls.
The "Heldenorgel" in the Kufstein Fortress is also a special attraction: with 4,948 pipes, it is the largest free organ in the world. Every day the bell chimes in memory of all victims of war and calls for peace.
Tip 5: Wildpark Aurach
At 1,080 m above sea level, 4 km south of Kitzbühel, lies a paradise for animal lovers. With a total of 40 ha, the Aurach Wildlife Park is the largest outdoor enclosure in Tyrol. In the meantime, more than 200 alpine animal species have found their home here. Kangaroos, llamas and Tibetan yaks are also part of the Wildpark family.
In the "Wildspielpark", children are introduced to the animal species that call the Wildpark home with a wide variety of games and riddles. The petting zoo "Streichelstadl" is a highlight, especially for the little visitors. Here, children dare to get close to rabbits, donkeys, goats, llamas and sheep. Afterwards, enjoy Tyrolean delicacies with herbs from the in-house herb garden at the Brandnerhofstube.
Winter Holidays in the Kitzbühel Alps
Downhill Skiing in the Kitzbühel Alps
In winter, Kitzbühel is famous for its abundant snow, perfectly groomed pistes, and the fairytale city itself. This city of sport is bordered by the world-famous Hahnenkamm, the Südberge mountains and the Kitzbüheler Horn. From October until early May, ski fans travel to Kitzbühel in order to enjoy this winter paradise firsthand. One of the most modern and biggest ski areas in the region is KitzSki. It is located between the Hahnenkamm and Kitzbüheler Horn at elevations up to 2000 meters. On 188 km of perfectly groomed pistes, you can look forward to a variety-packed day of skiing. Whether you are a beginner or ready for the awe-inspiring Streif, there is something here for everybody. For its part, SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser offers the greatest array of mountain adventures anywhere in the Alps. The ski area extends for over 288 kilometers of beautifully maintained pistes served by 90 lifts. Meanwhile, 80 huts and chalets provide for refreshment opportunities as needed. Incidentally: The new SkiWelt Tour allows you to make a “lap” of SkiWelt involving 37 lifts and 84 km of pistes.
Cross-Country Skiing & Winter Hikes in the Kitzbühel Alps
The Kitzbühel Region offers ideal conditions for cross-country ski fans. Newbies and pros alike are able to indulge their love for this Nordic sport on 70 km of XC trails in total. Ski across snow-covered meadows and fields employing classic or “skating” technique, either for a vigorous training session or simply for the fun of it. The Sports Trail on the Kitzbühel Schwarzsee-Reith Golf Course is floodlit daily until 9 PM, perfect for everyone in search of a very special cross-country experience. Incidentally: If you are an overnight guest in Kitzbühel, use of the ski trails is free. For winter hikers, too, this popular Tyrolean holiday region offers an extensive network of maintained winter hiking routes. With or without snowshoes – walk along sundrenched scenic paths and enjoy the snowy mountain world of Tyrol.
Sledding & Ice Skating in the Kitzbühel Alps
Any winter holiday simply has to include an exhilarating sled ride, of course. In and around Kitzbühel, you will discover numerous sledding hills, such as on the Kelchalm in Aurach near Kitzbühel, the Trattenbachalm on the Jochberg, Talkaser-Schrandlhof in Westendorf and the Brixenbachalm in Brixen im Thale. The region also has lots of action on the ice to offer as well. In Kitzbühel, you will discover the only indoor curling center in Austria. In the town center of Westendorf, the ice rink there invites you to show off your best figure-skating moves. And on Sportberg Gaisberg in Kirchberg, there is a 20 meters-tall (manmade) ice tower, where you can sharpen your ice-climbing skills. Ice hockey and ice stock are also extremely popular in the region. As you can see, there will be no shortage of variety during your winter holiday in the Kitzbühel Alps.
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