- Reviews: 478
Haus Andre Arnold: Another stay in solden
Another great place to stay in Solden. First benefit was opening of reception ie 24 hour access, not staffed but the keys to rooms are held in a combination lock available to residents.
Rooms were very large with living area with seats and a separate bed space. The bed incidentally was huge. Bathroom very nice, modern style and fittings. The bath was crucial, it was freezing when we were there and a long soak in the bath was perfect after a day outside. You get a private balcony screened from others and bath robes were supplied.
Breakfast was very good, served on the ground floor - the regular continental choices but very good quality. Reception was very friendly and knowledgeable, telling us about the latest snow conditions.
Parking immediately outside is limited but there is an overflow all of 50 yards away. When we were there cars were stuck in the snow but last time the grass had been replaced with a shingle covering so would be better in the snow.
This is one of the better quality pensions in Solden and this is reflected din the price although a lot cheaper than the hotels in Solden. Definitely recommended.
- Reviews: 478
Haus Sonnwend: Stay in the Valley
We had a great stay in Haus Sonnwend in Solden. The accommodation is just a 2 minutes drive or 5 minute walk from the main road which runs through Solden.
Room size was good, a small entrance area with space for clothing, boots, coats (ideal for skiing clobber). A table and cushioned bench seating in the room and separate good size bathroom. There is entrance to the balcony which is runs around the building.
Breakfast was continental variety with great fresh bread, fruit, cereal, cheese and ham. Boiled eggs were offered as well. It is not a large place (approx 10 rooms) and therefore you get the personal touch from the hosts. We used the pass to the local swimming centre which is available for free to residents.
Parking is available outside and around the town you don't need your vehicle as everything is within walking distance.
The location, just away from the main road, means you are straight into the country walks if you so desire. Great stuff here. The price was very good and great value. Accommodation can be very expensive at certain times in Solden and we have stayed at other places which are of better quality but not better value.
Great hosts, personal touch.
Arrived around 3pm and they showed us the room, we had great fun with our very limited German. Breakfast was from 7:40 but with the ski-world cup on everybody wanted to get in early and the hosts were very obliging and started early for us.
- Reviews: 2
Pension Gurlerhof: Reasonably priced accommodation in Solden
Reasonably priced accommodation on the main road (as is most of Solden) .The rooms are a bit old-fashioned but large and quite comfortable. We paid e54 for a double room with en-suite facilities and a balcony. Good breakfast supplied by a friendly host.
Views of local peaks albeit over the main road.
- Reviews: 32
Haus Konrad: Best location
"Haus Konrad" is a family business: there is Mr. Konrad and Mrs. Resi. They are both old and with major healthy problems, but if you don't talk to them, is impossible to notice that.
The house capacity is for 7 guests maximum, all at the top floor: 3 rooms for 2 persons and 1 room for 1 person. Also there is a small kitchen witch is for all rooms together, fully equiped, where we spend our evenings after ski, all together for a drink (we were 7 persons in the group).
Breakfast included, you may eat as much as you can (22 Euro/person/night, or 20 without breakfast).
Because I have a look forward, I want to tell you here that I have no idea if the price is good or bad for the area, but worth every cent.
I also have to tell you that you need to speck German, because the family doesn't speck English; they understand a little bit, but maybe not enough.
Anyway, I can tell you the local custom and there will be no problem:
1. Breakfast is no earlier than 8 o'clock in the morning.
2. Ski shoes are placed in the basement, don't walk in the house with them.
3. House is close after 10-11 PM, but you have a key together with the room key.
4. Separate the garbage.
5. Don't shower after 10 PM.
6. Don't smoke inside.
Mostly, these are the rules. If I didn't mention something, please forgive me...
This house is having two best qualities, equal as importance:
1. Behind the house is bus station who drive you to the tracks.
2. Two minutes away walking, you can find AQUA DOME resort.
You can not have better then that!!!!
- Reviews: 2
Pension Astoria: Great little B & B
The Astoria is a very nice well run little
pension serving an included buffet breakfast.
Our double room was very spacious with
a huge round tub (for 2).There is no lift in the hotel so be prepared to carry all that you bring
if you happen to be on the 3rd floor. This pension has great views to the mountain
(the Giggigogh lifts are just down the road)
At night the pension is very quiet..great for sleeping as you are away from the town noise..We left all our skiis/boots/poles etc
at the main lift so we did not have to walk up
the rather steep little hill in our skiboots.The cost was just 15 euros for the week which was worth it.
Great mountain views, nice rooms,good hearty breakfast,little common room to play cards in and relax.
- Reviews: 1
Pensione Astoria: Great value, very nice place.
There are many places to stay just like this one. Astoria was 30 Euro per person, per night, includes breakfast. Very clean, great staff.
Great view of the village and the lift. No problem walking to the village and staggering home.
- Reviews: 351
Appartement Oskar: Warm family inn
This is a lovely little appartment, with lovely people running it. The beds are good, rooms have a great view of the mountains, and you can just roll from your bed to the lifts that take you to the slopes. Can't be better located than this.
Close to the lifts to the slopes, warm family atmosphere, nice rooms, just one of the best places to stay
- Reviews: 270
Alpenheim Mathias: A B&B a bit outside Sölden
This very friendly B&B has got 6 rooms. All the rooms have got a Bathroom and TV.
The house is very nicely and cosy furnished, lots of wood.
The breakfast is a small Buffet with everything you need for a good day on the skis.
The House is in the Part of Sölden called Kaisers about 2km from Sölden main village. The Skibus stop is only a few meters from the house. The place beeing a bit out of the way makes it quiet but is the only negative thing about the place too, specialy in the evening its a long walk back from the village...
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