We spent one night mid September at this very good hotel. Arrived too late to make full use of spa facilities but spent an enjoyable but all too brief a session in the saunas and indoor pool. I was disappointed that there wasn't a hot tub. Not sure what other reviewer meant by "the mandatory nudity could be handled better"; the sign was in English so I don't know how else it could be done (and yes, it is the norm, it is also the law in Austria as using saunas with clothing on is unhygienic, pointless and frankly daft. Britain really should get its act together and operate our spas properly) and the saunas, although labelled in German seemed to be fairly clear in what they were. Robes were supplied but no slippers which if you hadn't brought your own meant traipsing downstairs in bare or socked feet if you wish to change in your room. Minor point though. Dinner, included, was excellent with 5 good size courses including an excellent choice from a salad bar. We have no complaints at all about the restaurant food and service though providing a jug of water unprompted would be nice plus, depending on waiter, you need to insist on tap water. One waiter was reluctant and didn't deliver, the other was prompt in giving what we wanted. Breakfast was also excellent with eggs and ham cooked to order. However, from a vegetarian point of view there was, I believe, no segregation between utensils used for cooking/serving meat and non meat items. I may be mistaken on that point however.
Included in the hotel price were vouchers giving free return rides in the cable car to the top of the highest local mountain, over 2000 metres. This would cost €19 return each otherwise. A must do as views are outstanding.
The rooms were fine, spacious, a little dark but were in the section not yet modernised so they were not as bright and as modern as presumably the other rooms are. There were snacks in the room but fortunately they had a pricelist next to them which we saw first otherwise they would have been devoured. Prices for these were high. All in all a very comfortable hotel in which to stay with friendly staff and beautiful location but beware of extra charges.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Harmony's Hotel Kirchheimerhof The wellness hotel for connoisseurs with unique panoramic viewsThe family-run Harmony’s Hotel Kirchheimerhof provides an upscale alpine wellness holiday retreat – with an exceptional location right by the slopes in winter and an extensive network of hiking trails in summer.The generously spaced hotel amidst a large natural park with panoramic view over the spa village of Bad Kleinkirchheim provides guests with opportunities of recreation and wellbeing on more than 2,000 qm, activity programs for all ages and excellent cuisine. The Harmony’s team together with the host family Sigrun and Gerald Hinteregger welcome guests with heartfelt Carinthian hospitality and qualified service.Sustainability management of the environment with the native Nockberge mountains is of prime importance to the Hinteregger family ... more less
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