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We have just returned from a lovely stay at Hotel Helga. Seefeld is the perfect destination for beginners and intermediate skiers and Helga is the perfect place to stay being within easy access of the slopes, ski hire and town centre. Bus services to other...More
This lovely hotel is run by incredibly helpful & friendly family & staff who had maps, info, x-country ski and bus pass etc ready for us on arrival.
Delicious 5 course meals with wide variety at breakfast, catering for dietary requirements.
Our stay was for...More
Our third stay at the Hotel Helga in just under a year.....I guess this should give you a clue about what a great place this is to stay. We had a room on the third (top) floor of the hotel this time and whilst the...More
A family run hotel with a definite family feeling. The staff were friendly, helpful and attentive. A double room with balcony was spacious and comfortable with separate, en suite toilet and shower. The meals provided as part of a half-board package were varied, tasty and...More
The Hotel Helga is always very good. The food is good and cooked with fresh ingredients, much of it organic where possible. In addition they have a very nice wine list to complement the food. Staff are both friendly and also professional. The owners, Helga...More
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Breakfasts are typically 'Alpine' and mainly cold: lots of muesli/oats/various healthy seeds, fruit juices, yogurts, fruit salad, fresh rolls and bread, jams of all kinds, ham, various cheeses. There were hot hard boiled... More
Breakfasts are typically 'Alpine' and mainly cold: lots of muesli/oats/various healthy seeds, fruit juices, yogurts, fruit salad, fresh rolls and bread, jams of all kinds, ham, various cheeses. There were hot hard boiled eggs each day too.
Best of all, they serve 'proper' leaf tea in a teapot with a strainer (and more hot water on request).
We had Room 22 which had a small private balcony with two chairs. It was secluded and sunny. You could see the mountain summits over the rooftops of adjacent buildings. We didn't use it a lot as we were out most of the time because we had such good weather.
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"All the rooms are quiet, The upper rooms will give the best mountain views"