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Reviewed February 5, 2008

The Hotel Der Krallerhof was one of the best examples of a perfect relaxing spa experience. Not only were the amenities beyond expectation, but the hotel and spa staff were as well! I would highly recommend the Aurvedic massage with Umesh as he is the Der Krallerhof's jem. With breath taking views of the Alps as a backdrop, you could lose or find yourself easily...

Date of stay: May 2007
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1  Thank Rascalfink
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Reviewed January 14, 2008

Faultless service ... from the chap meeting us at the station to everyone we met. Helpful reception, brilliant food, sweetest waiter (who was brilliant with children), Ate like a horse and didn't put on weight. Skiing magnificent and on doorstep. Not cheap but utterly worthwhile. We had the cheapest room but there was plenty of space for four of us.

Date of stay: January 2008
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1  Thank moomin01
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Reviewed June 7, 2007

This is a great hotel! We have just returned from a 4-night stay and had a fantastic time. We booked a spacious suite with a large balcony overlooking the nearby mountains. The suite had an open fire in the lounge area - great for the winter - and a bathroom (with whirlpool bath )and separate toilet.
We ventured down to the hotel spa not sure what to expect! Bathrobes and slippers are provided as well as a basket to take your belongings to the spa. The quality of the spa was great - like the room it was spotless with a choice of several different saunas all at varying temperatures. There was also a jacuzzi and several relaxation areas. Unlike in the UK clothing is not allowed in the saunas and in some saunas no towels are allowed either - this can be a bit unexpected for some visitors.
One of the best things about this hotel was the quality of the food. There was an extensive buffet breakfast, a buffet lunch, afternoon coffee and cakes, free soft drinks and a five-course evening meal - seven courses on a Sunday. All of this was included in the price - the only things we had to pay extra for were any spa treatments and alcohol. Although the food was great the choice could be a bit limited for vegetarians.
What I also liked about this hotel was that mountain bikes were available to use at no extra costs and a shuttle bus also collected us and took us back to the train station - again all included in the cost of the room.
The staff were excellent and really friendly even when they couldn't understand our poor attempts at German.
If intending to go for a really relaxing holiday then this is what you can have - it is worth taking your own reading material as there were not many English language mgazines/books.
Overall, this was a fantastic hotel with friendly staff, great food and brilliant spa facilities - I would definitely recomment it. The cost was just over 150 euros per person per night.

Date of stay: May 2007
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4  Thank Lennyross
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Reviewed May 14, 2007

Fantastic Family run hotel based in a small village made up of 7 farming hamlets. Der Krallerhof is a well developed and luxurious hotel with its' own spa facilities. During the winter it is on the edge of some good skiing and this links to the Saalbach-Hinterglemm slopes and in the summer there is extensive mountain biking, golf and hiking on the doorstep.

The hotel restaurant is large and the staff very experienced; you may not always want to dine from the 7 course set menu, but the food is excellent although not as varied as it could be. The wine list is extensive and expensive but there are some gorgeous Austrian wines and also a large selection of wines from around the world. Don't expect a sommelier to guide you through it, but if you need a guide you can have it.

The Altenburger Family are always on hand with a friendly smile and good english and will help with anything you need.

This is a top hotel and well worth a visit.

Date of stay: February 2007
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4  Thank JevansCheltenham
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