Hotel Laerchenhof combines comfort and high standards for Seefeld accommodation. Services at the hotel include Currency exchange
Hotel Laerchenhof combines comfort and high standards for Seefeld accommodation. Services at the hotel include Currency exchange and Babysitting or child care. The well appointed guestrooms include Mini bar and Balcony. For 4-star accommodation, this Seefeld hotel has 46 rooms and personalised service. When it is time to relax, this Seefeld hotel offers Billiards and Sauna.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
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Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
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User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 214 reviews
VERY GOOD 107 reviews
AVERAGE 28 reviews
POOR 18 reviews
TERRIBLE 10 reviews
17 May 2018
Rooms and service good, food o....
Nice rooms and SPA area looked good and clean (from the outside) as well. Food somehow okay, but I've seen much better in the area. WLAN worked well, parking a bit of an adventure because of the snow but in the end I found a parking lot.
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05 Apr 2018
Overpromising website... under....
this is a nice and fine 4* hotel... however, the website is over-promising and setting you up for disappointment once you get there.
A few days before my arrival, I got a confirmation email with my room pictures and floor plan. I was very pleasantly surprised to get such a personalized attention.
However, when I arrived and checked-in, the room I was given was nothing like the one I had booked. Very small, without a cosy living room and a stylish bathroom with a bathtub as described when I booked the room and in the confirmation email I had received.
I went back to the reception desk to express my disappointment. I was given another room, slightly bigger this time, with a small living room area but not bathtub and no terrace like promised on the floor plan.
This first experience set the tone for pretty much the whole duration of my stay. Staff was relatively friendly, but anytime I had a request (for example, getting a hair dryer) I always had to somewhat insist justify myself before getting what I needed.
I would eventually go back, but I would make sure I would get the room matching the category I had booked.
I would also not take the half pension again, as the food is not of very good quality and not very tasty (quantity is favored over quality in this hotel). There are lots a good restaurants in the village itself (for example KuK). However the breakfast buffet is very good and offers a lot of choices.
26 Mar 2018
Near Perfection, but Blissfull....
Décor: Other than the disturbing dead bear head as you walk in the door, it's somewhat unremarkable but still quaint and cozy with a homey, rustic feel. The dining room lounge area is charming with artistically carved wooden folk art on the ceilings and walls with elegant touches ear a pretty fireplace.
Dining: unlike many other similar calibers Austrian ski-resorts I've been to before, here it's classic ski-bunny attire and gentleman couture. I liked the shared social etiquette of dressing up appropriately for fine dining. You are assigned a 1st waiter, but every single staff member takes it seriously to help you with any request large and small. The dining procedure was never explained to me well, and whenever I asked it still was incredibly confusing so in the beginning, I missed out and the fantastically fulfilling and diverse salad bar and cheese buffet. By the fifth day, I started to understand that the ½ board five-course dinner was the salad bar, a starter, soup, main course which usually consisted of a meat, fish or vegetarian option, dessert and then cheese. Usually, you should be given a menu in the morning to select your evening dishes. Bottle water is ridiculously expensive, and even just well water is 2.50 Euro. The wine selection is active with a reasonable price tag, and then there are fun nightly highlighted drinks for hanging out at the bar. All the staff impresses with their coffees from the elite espresso machine of which I think at least one should be included in the dinner. But breakfast spoils you with inclusive perfect coffees and teas. The breakfast buffet is a buzz full of fun and fanciful selections. The to-order omelets are always delicious. And often then once a week there are sugar waffles or childhood favorite hot cereals. Bread is excellent; I would say much better than any of the bakeries or cafes n the village. Save your money, the best bread, strudels, and in general - food you can find in Seefeld is lucky for you at this hotel. It's more than worth purchasing half-board. There is a 4-5pm cake and gluhwein event. The drink is delicious. Would prefer the cakes not to be cold and not always the same, but it was still appreciated. The dining room is comfortable with ample windowed walls. The restaurant treats dinner as your evening entertainment and thus the process is much slower than I prefer, but I got used to it as there was very little to do otherwise, which leads me to my highest disappointments. As an English speaker, there were only two channels CNN which played the same stories over and over until every day I knew what to expect at what time and CNBC which showed old Tonight Shows and business stock advise. The lack of TV channels would not have bothered me much had I been able actually to use the WIFI-which was weak at its best. I think one time I saw 2 bars otherwise I struggled to do much of anything on the Internet. And sorry, if you can pay what I had to for my room, then you most likely have to work very hard even sometimes during vacation. It is unacceptable to me that the hotel doesn't provide their WIFI, but instead directs you to Seefeld's public WIFI which is far, unsafe, and overpopulated. Luckily, you can walk out the door and only a short way up a hill to a beautiful trail that leads through the forest which even at night is well lit from the snow's reflection.
Accessibility to Nature: a huge and rare perk was to be so close to all the walking and cross-country ski paths. This hotel is probably one of a handful of the very best located to out the door nature. All the other hotels I looked at were either in the village full of people and car traffic and far from easy access to my magical forest hiking paths. Nearby is a Lama farm which fascinated my dog and offered us all a lot of joy.
Dogs: They say dogs are welcomed here and they mean it – not just tolerated. For a hefty 20Euro price I think it is well worth it. Every dog who was here was hardly seen and never heard, were always well-trained and perfectly behaved dogs each getting along with each other. And the staff respected the owners' desires for the dogs to be treated as well as any other family member. This welcoming treatment and respectful attitude make me highly recommend this hotel to other dog owners who wish to share the holidays and vacations out in beautiful nature.
Kids: If only the parents of the children were as considerate of the dog owners. The indoor pool was almost always overtaken by loud, jumping and running around children. The screams could be heard from the central lower-level spa which makes for a less relaxing experience than I expected. Luckily they offer what's called a "Sky Spa" for 16 years and over which is peaceful, smells great and has the ceiling to floor windows revealing the panorama of the mountains. Unfortunately, it does not offer all spa options found in the central spa but does hold an infrared heat booth and beautiful scenic Finnish sauna.
Spa & Specialties: The central spa has the great perk of an occasional Spa Meister who expertly takes you through the proper sequence and beneficial procedures of each of the rooms while providing you with stimulating bath salts and pleasing local mountain herb oils and fragrances. This perk is generously included in your place/board price. There are fantastic sounding spa offers but at a substantial amount. For example, 60 Euro for a manicure is more than I want to pay. But I looked at the rooms, and they are luxurious and beautifully presented.
Yoga: Wow, what a rewarding experience. The hotel offers three classes a day for three days a week in the most beautiful room for yoga that I have ever been in – and I travel the world making yoga retreats. It was so enchanting to start the day with an excellent instructor in front of a ceiling to floor windows offering the peaceful pines and gently falling snowflakes. With rustic wall paneling, heated flooring was and clean provided yoga equipment I was thrilled that it was included in the cost of room/board. I am grateful for this memory.
Rooms: I booked the last room available for this trip, and my Standard Double was extremely uncomfortable and small. I'm no stranger to tiny hotel rooms, I've stayed at Pods in NY or Singles in London, but this was just too small for two people for a week. Even with all the beautiful experiences I had if I only had this room as an option, I would not stay again. I looked at some of the other rooms, and they were better. I did have a large balcony overlooking the parking lot, which could be nice I guess in the summer – which staff tells me is very nice there.
Staff: becomes like family after a few days and I appreciated the incredibly hard work they did from morning until night. And they did it well. I hope that other lodgers found the tip pigs which were in my opinion not prominent enough. The staff makes this place more than just a hotel or resort. From the cleaning to the front desk to the groundskeeper everyone works as a team if you need something it doesn't matter what their division is they will help you.
Village: this village is one of the best I've ever encountered in any ski resort town with cute and well equipped diverse stores offering everything from good quality souvenirs, sports equipment, ad specialty foods at a fair price. There are a handful of romantic restaurants and pretty bakeries surrounding a very lovely little church. It's historic, helpful and entertaining.
Overall, I would have given it 5 stars, but for how much I paid for such a small room and a very faulty wifi system. However, I'll cherish the experiences this hotel provided for me, and I know that I'll be back for more good times.
14 Feb 2018
Great spa hotel with excellent....
We stayed for 8 nights at the Laerchenhof. It is situated slightly out of town but there is a bus that will drop you into town and back and it is really not far to walk. A nice little snow walk leads off close to the hotel, which we enjoyed at night.
The room was a good size. We didn't have a room with a south view but it was so cold in winter that we wouldn't have spent much time on it anyway. Comfortable beds and we had a lounge area with day bed that was nice for relaxing in.
Great food with lots of variety. The salad buffet changed every day. Good breakfast selection.
The spa facilities are lovely and we particularly liked the sky spa where you can stand on the balcony and look over the town as well as lovely relaxation areas.
We found the staff to be very friendly and welcoming and willing to help.
We would definitely return to this hotel.
09 Feb 2018
A really good Spa Hotel
I went there with my wife to have a lovely weekend and we had. The Spa area is amazingly well done. The staff there is absolutely friendly and helpful. the rooms are nice and well refurbished, but there is still a lot of the original eighties style visible when the hotel was build. That sometimes feels a bit strange.
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