Kitzbühel boasts stunning scenery and unspoilt views – the perfect recipe for your magical alpine stay. Accommodation in the region is plentiful and the town is growing rapidly, attracting a number of winter holiday enthusiasts.
Chalet Weiss radiates elegance and sophistication. It sleeps 14 guests and comes with lots of space for families and friends to get together – whether you are looking to relax and unwind, or socialise and entertain. The property also has a spa and a large swimming pool.
We offer luxury chalets in Kitzbühel on a fully catered or self-catered basis, meaning you can choose to let our 5* hospitality staff do the hard work for you – this includes gourmet cuisine, housekeeping, and a concierge service.
Perfectly positioned in the Kitzbühel Alps, this beautiful ski town sits at 800m with lifts ascending to 2000m.
Full of alpine charm Kitzbühel offers 170km of groomed pistes which are served by over 50 lifts offering an array of skiing for all abilities.
In the heart of the region is the beautiful town centre which has been pedestrianised and the pretty cobbled streets are lined with exclusive restaurants, bars and the world-renowned boutiques.
Last year Kitzbühel was voted “The Worlds Best Ski Resort” at the annual World Ski Awards.
We work with very well established local ski instructors and Mountain guides to ensure you get the most out of your holiday with Bramble Ski.
Upon arrival in the resort, the instructors are on hand to help advise you on ski equipment. The concept is simple: they are there to allow you to get the most out of the resort, both in the village and on the mountain.
The ski area in Kitzbühel offers great conditions for backcountry skiing.
During high levels of snowfall, there are even lots of options below the tree line for the when the weather turns.
For those who prefer open powder fields or narrow gullies, there are over 200Km2 of easily accessible off-piste and it is on offer for all abilities.
Kitzbühel offers some of the best heli-skiing in the Austrian Alps. We can arrange a day of action packed free riding with one of our recommended guides.
Kitzbühel is a traditional medieval town filled with beautiful cobbled streets surrounded by ancient city walls. Delicately painted exteriors line the streets adorned with the chicest boutiques and smart restaurants.
Kitzbühel is world renowned for being one of the most picturesque towns in Europe and as soon as you arrive you can see why.
Austria is famous for it’s apres ski and Kitzbuhel does not disappoint. It is especially busier at the weekends and popular haunts include The Londoner Pub which is by far the most famous and the best live music venue.
With at least 50 mountain restaurants offering a range of dining options, the cuisine available in Kitzbühel is one of the region’s greatest charms.
The nightlife has a lot of offer in Kitzbühel. There are many bars and nightclubs where you can either enjoy a sophisticated cocktail or dance the night away until the early hours in the morning.
For those who prefer not to ski, there are plenty of non-skiing activities to keep you entertained. Indulge in spa treatments, shop in the exclusive boutiques to take a sightseeing heli-trip.
There are an array of guides to take on gentle hikes or snowshoeing tours through the picturesque mountains.
In the evening enjoy floodlit cross country skiing which is one of Kitzbühel speciality. There is also curling, ice skating and tobogganing for the more adventurous.
Please speak to your concierge or talk to our pre-arrivals manager to pre-book any of these activities.
In-chalet massage in the privacy of your own home is the perfect way to relax and unwind.
Should you wish to venture outside the chalet there is a wonderful spa and health centre in the heart of Kitzbühel.
Kitzbuhel is conveniently located for day excursions to Innsbruck (95km), Salzburg (80km) and Munich (120km).
As soon as the snow melts the sporting summer starts. More than 1,000 miles of hiking trails are available for all levels. There is ample amount of climbing available on the Wilder Kaiser and the nearby glacier mountains for extreme climbers. For keen golfers, there are four golf courses, several tennis courts and sunbathers and swimmers use the beautiful Schwarzsee during the summer.
Canyoning and rafting is an exhilarating adventure whilst experiencing the clear water of the mountains, steep rock faces, waterfalls and cascades. There are day trips available, all under the watchful eye of a very experienced guide.
Experience the beautiful alpine trails of Kitzbühel on horseback. Highly trained guides and teachers are available for beginners through to experts so you can enjoy either enjoy one of the many trails or have a private lesson.
The annual Snow Polo World Cup will visit Kitzbühel for the 15th year in a row. Between the 12th - 15th January 2017, the world's finest polo players will congregate to battle it out in the world's largest polo tournament. The tournament will finish with one of the highlights of Kitzhübel's social calendar; The VIP "Polo Players Night".
Between 17th - 22nd January, the best ski athletes gather together in Kitzbühel for one of the most exciting ski races in the world; The Hahnenkamm Race. The Streif is considered to be the most spectacular ski runs in the world and is a highlight on the world cup ski racing calendar.
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