Cross-country skiers feel particularly at fair hotel. Just in time to biathlon in Hochfilzen, surrounded by the Kitzbuhel Alps, opened the first passive energy hotel of Tyrol for athletes and lovers of Nordic sports. The concept of the fair hotel”is just as convincing. At 1000 m above sea level, Hochfilzen is considered particularly snow and guaranteed cross-country skiing fun from late November until April and on over 200 km of prepared trails. Located directly at the cross-country ski run, fair hotel offers all the services on the subject of cross country skiing. It focuses not only on skill, but also beginners. In the hotel’s Nordic Academy with cross-country skiing school, shop and rental, beginners learn the skating or classical technique within a very short time. The guest not only on the track or winter hiking trails experienced special views around the hotel, but also in the wellness area with sauna, Saunarium, infra-red cabin, bar and relaxation room.
From the sauna or relaxation room, the views of the sweeping, only a few kilometres away, Ski resort Fieberbrunn and the impressive wild Lake flaring Summit. Regional bio breakfast, where mainly products from the region and the family’s own farm on the table come is also unique. For Hans Eder, the owner of the hotel there are the many details that make his hotel to something extraordinary: we have in planning very much value to the special service for our guest, the special moments of wellbeing and the regional character set “, as the hotel chef. The Managing Director of the Tourism Association, Florian Phleps, goes a step further: the fair Hotel shows how innovation, sustainability and regionality connect themselves to a perfect product. The 3-star hotel with 32 rooms offers the standard to find houses like he probably only in the 4-star is. “, so Phleps.
With the cross-country skiing taster days, the Nordic fitness weeks and many other offers (from 170.-euros), the House shows also in terms of its pricing as fair hotel. The family business is also technologically an exclamation point. First Passive energy-hotel of Tyrol it combines highest living comfort with very low energy consumption. The hotel renounced a conventional heating system. Passive heat sources, such as Sun, residents and household appliances, cover the majority of the heat demand. The small additional heat is about a passive house heating system with controlled loading and venting covered. “, so Eder. For more information about the fair-hotel see: WMP Martin Weigl