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I can only add to what other reviewers have written about this excellent hotel. We requested a quiet room on an upper floor and were allocated room 483. It was as requested. Quiet, spacious with a balcony and it had great views. The furnishings were...More
This hotel was tarific, great staff front of house and waiter service very personal, great touch. to really good food. Great pool, sauna etc. Good size rooms. Now the Bar, light entertainment, singer/ piano player, good nights had by all, even getting up to sing...More
Before staying here I read some slightly mixed reviews. For the price paid this is a lovely hotel and those who complain about ageing decor just don't understand what a traditional Austrian hotel is like! They are spacious, comfortable, have character and reflect their environment-...More
The Jagerwirt Hotel - 'the' most friendly, welcoming hotel that boasts 'the' best sports bar, selling 'the' best burgers in Kitzbuhel. I'm being biased as I've visited the medieval town on nearly 60 occasions and find the staff at this hotel to be 'the' most...More
We are fit people (59 and 69 years young) and found the walking a little tougher than in other Austrian resorts but still very enjoyable. The main reason for choosing Kitzbuhel was to walk the Hahnenkaam along the famous ski run. Towards the top of...More
They weren"t that expensive and there was a house option for red & white wine by; the glass or small or large carafe. There was also a choice to have free tap water or buy more expensive bottled versions with your meal.
Response from PATRICIA T | Reviewed this property |
No, there are no facilities for making tea or coffee, this is quite usual in Austria. We always take our own travel kettle, mugs etc.,
If you have a balcony or a wide window sill you can always keep the milk outside