The Olympia is a small hotel, but large enough to provide a good lounge area, bar and very attractive restaurant with panoramic views. Our room, a junior suite I think, was spacious and had a separate lounge area with sliding door. In the winter I expect this would accommodate two people on the bed settee if needed. As in most good quality Austrian hotels, housekeeping was excellent and the room spotless. Walls and doors were also substantial and well insulated, meaning you were virtually unaware of people in surrounding rooms and corridors.
The hotel has lovely views but mainly to the north as it is the last hotel on the northern edge of the raised area just above the 'village', in reality not much more than a hamlet.
Food was mostly very good and varied. Breakfast was an especially good buffet with scrambled and boiled eggs and bacon available as well as the usual cheeses, ham, jams, assorted breads, cereal and yoghurt etc. Breakfast is the only meal where free water is provided (my only real gripe). In summer, after a day walking in the sun at altitude, you need hydration and at 4.80 euro a bottle water was very expensive. The good thing was, not keen to drink too much wine when thirsty (it's not the best way to re-hydrate) we drank much less alcohol than we might normally in the evening. Saying that the wine list is extensive and staff do seem to know a lot about what is on offer. We found the female staff very friendly and helpful. Maybe they were more confident about speaking English than the man? All in all this was a very good hotel, smart but not pretentious, roomy, friendly and very comfortable and situated in an area of spectacular scenery and fantastic walking.
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