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Kitzbuhel Luxury Chalets

Rent A Luxury Ski Chalet In Kitzbuhel, Austria
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Chalet Farmhouse
From 80,000 to /week
1055730 m2
The Grand
From 70,000 to 140,000 /week
16881,000 m2
Chalet K
From 70,000 to 135,000 /week
1255670 m2
Adler Lodge
From 70,000 to 135,000 /week
1266565 m2
Chalet Barenbichl
From 70,000 to 200,000 /week
1477620 m2
Kitzbuhel Lodge Exclusive Floor
From 55,580 to 90,300 /week
25771,000 m2
Kempinski Das Tirol Penthouse
From 42,000 to /week
10541,020 m2
Chalet Centro
From 25,000 to 45,000 /week
844380 m2
Chalet Travertin
From 25,000 to 45,000 /week
844420 m2
Kempinski Das Tirol
From 25,000 to 60,000 /week
633220 m2
Chalet Kitzbuhel
From 21,000 to 41,000 /week
1686200 m2
Chalet Evian
From 20,000 to 65,000 /week
1055250 m2
Goldtropf & Goldstreif
From 15,000 to 50,000 /week
1477375 m2
Chalet Tannweg
From 12,000 to 25,000 /week
1055285 m2
Maierl Chalets x 5
From 11,800 to 100,000 /week
4020201,000 m2

Recommended

Mountain Lunch: Berghaus Tirol
Après Ski: The Londoner
Dinner: Tennerhof
Non-skiers: Indoor archery
Best Off-piste: Saukaser valley
Best Ski Run: Hahnenkamm

Skiing

Ski Elevation: 800m – 2,000m
Pistes: 233km
45% Blue runs
40% Red runs
15% Black runs
Snowparks: 1

Airports

Salzburg (SZG):
1h 10m / 72km
Innsbruck (INN):
1h 20m / 95km
Munich (MUC):
1h 40m / 165km

Kitzbuhel

From the quaint mountain town to the sprawling peaks, Kitzbuhel is a real charmer. Looking for some extra magic on your next winter break? Thanks to a silver mining heritage, Kitzbuhel is full of character. To the backdrop of mountain silhouettes and gothic church spires, ride through town on a horse-drawn carriage. Weave your way through cobbled streets and pastel houses as you hop between designer boutiques, cosy cafes, and traditional restaurants.

Despite its fairytale appearance, Kitzbuhel is far from stuffy. The resort thrives on award-winning global gastronomy and a buzzing après scene. And with top alpine events like the Hahnenkamm race and Snow Polo World Cup based here, there’s always something to keep the atmosphere electric.

If you can tear yourself away from such a picturesque town, you’ll find plenty on offer on the slopes. A fantastic variety of terrain covers 170km of piste and seven ski areas. With altitudes up to 2,000m, you can take in the full glory of the Austrian Alps. The fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down, with illuminated slopes lit late into the night.

With such a delightful location, you’ll need an exquisite luxury chalet to match. Once you start browsing our collection of properties, you won’t be able to stop dreaming about your Austrian adventure.

Kitzbuhel Resort

Kitzbuhel is a medieval town in the east of the Austrian Tyrol region. Once a silver mining town, it has quickly won a reputation as one of the best winter sports resorts in Europe. Its tranquil spot on the Kitzbuhler Ache River, paired with colourful historic architecture, gives the resort a quaint Austrian glow.

With bustling apres ski, a dreamy centre, and great skiing, Kitzbuhel is the ideal winter spot for every type of visitor. Car-free streets and magical activities make it a wonderful break for families with young children while a group of young adults can let off steam in the endless choice of bars. Every skier is catered for, and the non-skiers will find plenty to fill a week in town.

Kitzbuhel Luxury Chalet

There’s a beautiful selection of accommodations throughout Kitzbuhel and the surrounding villages. The luxury chalets here have plenty of character, with traditional Tyrolean elements combined with state-of-the-art amenities.

FEATURES – From lavish interiors to huge outdoor spaces, a stay in one of our Kitzbuhel luxury chalets will meet your every need. With glorious wellness facilities and excellent entertainment systems, you can tailor every aspect of your chalet experience.

SIZE – We have large properties for up to 12 guests. If you have a bigger group, contact us to discuss how to combine different properties to suit your party.

CATERING – Looking for catered accommodation? We have packages including fresh and healthy meals, multicourse dinners and complimentary drinks services. A dedicated chalet team will be on hand to help you with everything from wellness treatments to daytime activities.

LOCATIONS – Whether you want to be steps away from the lifts or want to ski straight to your door, we have luxury chalets available in prime locations.

In a vibrant resort like Kitzbuhel, accommodations can fill up quickly. We recommend starting your search for a luxury chalet early to avoid disappointment. Start browsing our collection of properties below and create your own opulent Austrian fairytale.

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Hahnenkamm Lodge

Ski straight to your door and hide away for the evening in this glamorous alpine oasis. Nestled high above Kitzbuhel at 1,645m, this property provides unmatched views and ultimate privacy. You’ll only be able to access Hahnenkamm Lodge via cable car, so it may not be the ideal choice for social butterflies. But with a full catering team and space for 12 guests, it’s the perfect destination if you want to escape from the noise and spend precious time with loved ones.

Evenings here couldn’t be more idyllic. Grab a drink from the bar, sit by the fire pit on the panoramic terrace, and watch the sun disappear behind the icy mountain peaks. Exquisite wellness facilities include a Finnish pine sauna, fitness area, and steam room. While the master suite has its own spa, steam room, and sauna for complete alone time.

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Kitzbuhel Travel & Transport

Kitzbuhel is a large resort and you’ll need to make use of the buses and taxis to get around. The main gondolas are at opposite ends of town. Prioritize ski in ski out accommodation or accommodation close to the lifts to reduce your commute time to the slopes.

Travelling by car

Kitzbuhel is close to many major airports, making it an ideal spot for a short break. With parking options across town, getting around is easy.

Travelling by train

With three train stations and easy connections from airports, getting to Kitzbuhel by train is quick and simple.

Airports

Innsbruck (INN) – 95km
By car – 1 hour 20 minutes
By train– 1 hour 50 minutes

Salzburg (SZG) – 72km
By car – 1 hour 10 minutes
By train– 3 hours

Munich (MUC) – 165km
By car – 1 hour 42 minutes
By train – 3 hours 17 minutes

Private transfer

If you want to take the fuss out of your airport transfer, book a private chauffeur or minibus to drop you right at your door.

Kitzbuhel Restaurants

Foodies will have a fantastic time diving into Kitzhubel’s culinary delights. Whether you want to try hearty Tyrolean specialities or graze stylish plates with international flair, you’ll find an impressive choice of restaurants to fuel your days on the slopes.

In the town

For regional-style cooking with a gourmet flair, book a table at Kupferstube. Boasting an impressive 17 Gault Millau points, it’s the place to be for flawless dishes in a cosy setting. Also in the Tennerhof Hotel, is the Michelin Star Gourmet Tennerhof. The most lavish spot in town, they combine the very best of French, international, and Tyrolean cuisine and pair it all with wine from their huge cellar.

Classic Austrian fare is what Kitzbuhel does best. In the heart of town, you’ll find Huberbräu-Stüberl. From the traditional décor to the home-brewed beers, every part of this eatery was made to warm your soul. The a la carte restaurant in Hotel Rasmushof is a local favourite. Feast on their home-style cooking while nestled in the wooden interior or outside on the sunny terrace.

If you’re craving food from further afield, you’ll find plenty to keep you satisfied. Il Gusto and Centro are both excellent spots for authentic Italian. Get a taste of the sea at 1st Lobster. They serve the best fresh lobster, oysters, and seafood from the American East Coast. Or graze sushi while you take in the sparkling Kitzbuhel scenery on the rooftop of KITZnBAR. For more Asian inspiration, check out Lois Stern. This Gault Millau show kitchen prides themselves on their modern, healthy dishes.

On the slopes

With so much to feast on at the top of the mountain, it might be a struggle to ski back down! Soak up the sun with traditional food and wine at Hornköpflhütte. Snuggle up in the rustic hut at Berghaus Tirol and make your way through their Tyrolean menu and selection of brewed, distilled, and fermented drinks. Or for a more elevated experience, dine at Sonnbuehel. This elegant spot has a mixture of Italian, seafood, and alpine specialities.

If you want to meet non-skiers in your group for lunch, you can still give them a taste of the slopes at Hochkitzbuhel. It’s at the top of the Hahnenkammbahn cable car and has glorious panoramic views of the Wilde Kaiser and Kitzbüheler Horn. Laze on the sunny terrace or check out the wine cellar.

Kitzbuhel Apres & Nightlife

You won’t be short of options if you’re looking for a few drinks in Kitzbuhel. End your day on the slopes with a Gluhwein in a rustic mountain hut. Then race back down to the ice bars. Party the night away in a lively pub or catch up in one of the chic wine bars.

You’ll barely have time to unclip your skis, with fun slope-side options to get the party started.

  •   Get a bite to eat and start the party at Schi-Alm. This umbrella bar stays lively until the sun goes down.
  •   Fun ice bars like ALPENIGLU and Schneebar Oberkaseralm are a chance to add a touch of novelty to your afternoon tipple.
  •   Hahnenkamm Pavillon start the party back in town in the late afternoon and continue on into the night.

If you’re looking for somewhere low-key, you’ll find a wonderful choice of warm pubs and stylish bars.

  •   Grab a pint and watch the latest sports at O’Flannigans. The friendly Irish bar also has live music at the weekends.
  •   The stylish roof terrace at KitznBar is the perfect spot for an evening cocktail.
  •   Leo Hillinger is a new spot in town. This part wine shop and part bar has stylish décor and a pretty patio.

While there isn’t an abundance of clubs, many bars get lively late into the night.

  •   The Lichtl Pub has great music, fun décor, and regular karaoke nights.
  •   The Londoner is the go-to party place for the Brits. Open until the early hours, don’t expect to be making the first lifts in the morning.
  •   For a chic clubbing experience, grab a VIP table at Club Take-Five. They have great DJs playing until 6 am.

Kitzbuhel Ski Area

Skiing in Kitzbuhel offers fantastic variety and many thrills. Cruise across 92 different pistes or race down the famous Hahnennkamm. Whether you’re a family of beginners or an expert looking to get off the beaten path, you’ll have a vast area to explore.

The ski area

Kitzbuhel is the fourth largest ski area in Austria and its seven ski areas all have distinct personalities. Get around seamlessly via the modern system of 57 lifts, including the IS Cable Car- the tallest cable car in the world. You can also make use of the excellent bus system connecting all the villages on the piste map. If you want to stretch out your ski day. Head over to Kirchberg for floodlit slopes until 11 pm.

Boarders

There’s a fantastic choice of runs for boarders but beware of the flats on many of the blues. There are also a few drag lifts spread throughout the resort. Beginners will enjoy the long Hagstein run. You could also go up to the snowboard-friendly area at Kitzbuhel Horn. That way you can take the gondola back down at the end of the day or if you’re feeling confident, take the long blue home.

Freestylers will love Kitzbuhel for its abundance of natural hits. There’s a natural pipe off 29a. The park at Kitzbuheler Horn has a half-pipe, fun park, and boardercross course to practice your tricks.

Advanced boarders may not find enough on the piste to keep them busy. But with endless backcountry available this shouldn’t be a problem. Start at Bichlam then, if you’re looking for something more challenging, head over to Ehrenbach in Hahnennkamm.

Beginners

If you’re new to skiing, Kitzbuhel is an excellent place to start. With free lifts serving many of the green slopes, you can try out the sport commitment-free. Jochberg- Resterhöhe is a good place to learn and gives you a taste of the beautiful mountain views.

At Kitzbüheler Horn, you can warm up on the nursery slopes and then make an easy transition onto the longer blues. Afterwards, over to Pengelstein and build up your confidence with a choice of gentle blue runs.

Our recommended ski schools:

  •   Ski Schule Skiverleih has a special program for kids, with classes for young children and full ski school available from ages 3+
  •   Roteteufel Skischool have private and group courses for all ages and abilities, including a special race school for the very best skiers. They’re one of the oldest ski schools in Austria.
  •   Snowsports Kitzbuhel are a large school that teaches all levels. They also have great options for off-piste guiding.

Intermediates

Intermediates will be the most at home in Kitzbuhel, with 101km of blue runs and 61km of reds. Build up your confidence around Pass Thurn. The slopes are quieter here and it’s home to the highest piste in the resort. Hahnenkamm has the most variety, but you’ll find the slopes get busy here, especially towards the end of the day.

When you’re ready to get your adrenaline pumping, try out the steeper slopes around the Pengelstein. The legendary Streif run is the home of the Hahnenkamm Downhill race. While it looks intimidating, it’s classed as a red when the race isn’t on and could be a great challenge to round off your week.

Advanced

Pack in a good chunk of the resort in one day with the “KitzSki Line” ski circuit. Depending on which direction you start in, you could cover up to 57km of runs. You’ll find the best network of blacks around Steinbergkogel. If you’re looking for a quiet piste where you can rack up your full speed, keep going from here up to Pengelstein and take the No.55.

Advanced skiers may struggle to fill a week on the pistes in Kitzbuhel, but there’s plenty of backcountry to keep you busy. Chase fresh powder on 13 marked routes across the ski area. In Bichalm, the lifts are perfectly tailored towards free riders so you can get into the wilderness as fast as possible. With 200 square km of off-piste terrain to discover, we recommend hiring a guide for the day to maximise your experience.

Weather

Despite the low altitude at base, Kitzbuhel has an excellent microclimate, with snow throughout the season on the Kitzbuheler Horn. Grassy meadows hold the snow well and excellent snowmaking facilities are always there to top things up.

November
Runs begin to open towards the end of the month if there’s snow. But lifts may only open on the weekends.
Average snowfall: 24cm
Snow days: 3

December
A visit to Kitzbuhel in December will put you in the ultimate festive mood. Lights twinkle throughout the town, the scent of toasted almonds and gluhwein fills the air, and carol services echo through the streets.
Average snowfall: 39cm
Snow days: 5

January
Expect town to be busy as the parties ramp up for the annual Hahnenkamm race. The Snow Polo World Cup is also in January, a rare opportunity to watch the world’s largest snow polo tournament.
Average snowfall: 71cm
Snow days: 9

February
February often has the best conditions for skiing, but expect the slopes to be crowded during the peak school holiday weeks.
Average snowfall: 47cm
Snow days: 5

March
Longer days and quieter slopes make March a great time to visit Kitzbuhel. As April approaches, snow conditions may begin to deteriorate.
Average snowfall: 27cm
Snow days: 4

Things To Do In Kitzbuhel

With its magical old town, Kitzbuhel is a top-rated resort for non-skiers. Stroll down the cobbled car-free streets or take a horse-drawn carriage ride to enjoy this vintage winter wonderland. It’s the perfect ambience to indulge in some retail therapy. You’re in for a delightful shopping experience, whether you’re looking for high-end boutiques, top sports brands, or adorable hand-crafted pieces. Stop between shops for a traditional pastry in cosy cafes like Kortschak Café & Wein.

With a packed events calendar, you’ll find it easy to get involved in winter sports without setting foot on the slopes. Feel the tension in the crowd as top athletes race down the most dangerous downhill ski race in the world and the Hahnenkamm Cup. Or watch top polo players compete at the Snow Polo World Cup.

Just because you’re not skiing doesn’t mean you can’t stay active. Take in the glorious alpine views on one of the winter hiking trails or try out snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Lake Schwarzee gives you the chance to skate or curl on a sparkling natural ice lake. If you’re looking for more thrills, race down the slopes on a Taboggan or fly above the Tyrolean peaks on a hot air balloon.

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