New charmhotelsweb member: Hotel Feinschmeck, Zell am Zee, Austria

The small charming Hotel Feinschmeck is situated right in the historic old town of Zell am See on a pedestrian street, just a few steps from the lakeside. The hotel combines modern comfort, a personal ambience and a traditional Alpine atmosphere. The building, over 500 years old, was originally a wine merchants house and from 1900 has been operating as a café.

Bright and comfortable, rooms (19-35m2) and apartments (33-95m2) are decorated with wooded furniture and wall-to-wall carpet. Room facilities include a minifridge, cofee maker, flat-screen TV, safe, work desk and apartments have a fully equipped kitchen. Some of them have a balcony or a terrace. Bathrooms come with complimentary toiletries, bathrobes, slippers and a hairdryer.

A breakfast is included in the rates and served in the popular Café Feinschmeck which offers a wide range of different coffees and cakes during the day. There is also a cosy lobby, a classic hotel bar, an all day restaurant with terrace serving Austrian, Mediterranean and international dishes. Half-board is available on request.

The hotel’s spa has a Finnish sauna, bio-herbal sauna, Turkish steam room, a hot tub, and a relaxation area. Massages and beauty treatments are available.

In winter, enjoy skiing with the cityXpress gondola station just a few minutes’ walk away. In summer, a multiple range of sports and hikes are available including 2 golf courses (with a discount on the greenfees) which can be reached within a 10-minute drive. Also, between May and October guest can benefit from the complimentary Zell am See-Kaprun card giving free use of all cable cars, free entrance to different sightseeing, a free cruise on the lake, entrance to the beaches on the lake, and more.

✅free Wi-Fi • parking possible on-site (surcharge) • pets welcome • concierge service • Zell am See train station: 4-minute walk • casino: 5-minute walk • Salzburg Airport: 55-minute drive • Porsche hire

Your host: Ursula Auer






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