Ötztal, Austria: The Ultimate Luxury Ski Holiday

Ski holidays are always a hit with the family as there is something to do that each and every one of us enjoys – whether it is speeding down the slopes, winter hiking or de-stressing and warming up at the spa (my favourite, did you have doubts?).

Tucked away in the north of the Alps, you’ll find the breathtaking Oetztal Valley, Tyrol’s longest side valley, where you can have the utmost luxurious ski holiday with your loved ones. This is an advertorial post.

What to do?

Summer: The Ötztal region can still be experienced during the summertime if you’re not a big fan of the cold. As the Ötztal Tourism website mentions, this area offers endless hiking trails and walking paths for the whole family to enjoy. There are also varied activities to experience, including rock climbing, mountain biking, rafting, kayaking, paragliding, geocaching and much more!

Winter: When you start to feel the chilly breezes of the cold months and see snowflakes slowly transforming the whole Valley into a winter wonderland, the main activity becomes skiing and snowboarding.

Other than perfect powder slopes, Ötztal ski resorts also offer tobogganing, sledging and various other activities. If you want to go off the beaten path and explore on your own, have a look at all the possible activities in the Ötztal Valley on Tyrol’s Tourism website.

Where to stay?

Sleep in the newly built Ötztal luxury ski apartments by All Suite Resorts, the ultimate home away from home. These have been designed to be “serene personal retreats that make you feel welcome in every way”, as they describe. 

These modern ski apartments are located near the village centre and the Acherkogel lift, which will take you 2,000 metres above sea level in a few minutes. The apartments have been built with quality in mind and only feature high-quality appliances and premium amenities, such as the Delis Bistro & Grill and the spa centre.

After a long day of adventure, re-charge your batteries by diving into their heated indoor and outdoor pools. This spa centre also is home to various relaxation rooms, as well as various saunas, including bio sauna, Finnish sauna and steam sauna.

My favourite aspect of these luxury apartments is that you only pay for what you really need, so if you want to enjoy the amenities you can, but if you simply feel like exploring the Valley and coming home to your own cooking, you can too. The best of both worlds, if I say so myself.

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