We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Stayed here early February 2018 as a group of 17 on a skiing holiday. Bedrooms were acceptable with all amenities required. Rooms cleaned and towels replaced daily. Food was very good,always a good selection and warm and tasty. Staff were helpful and friendly. Lauren the...More
Room was big and comfortable. Shower had a mind of its own so floor was wet but there is a bath alternative which is nice after a day out in the snow! Staff were delightful. Food OK but more veg would be good. Lots of...More
The hotel overall is typical of what you would expect for the price paid in a top ski resort with very welcoming reception staff. The hotel had good facilities and a 10 minute walk to the main ski lift - tip: hire a locker at...More
Stayed at the hotel for one week of skiing in Kitzbul with friends and was booked through Crystal ski holidays (Tui).
The hotel exterior is built in typical traditional alpine design and finish. The interior was inviting and warm. Whilst the look of the hotel...More
Thank David K
Response from Hotel J, General Manager at Jagerwirt HotelResponded 1 week ago
Dear David K,
We always appreciate feedback from our quests, thank you for that.
It is unfortunate that we were not made aware of the issues that you had experienced during your stay with us.
I can assure you, that we would have done everything...More
Nice hotel which is well worth the money especially in Kitzbuhel. Booked an upgraded room but we were given a normal hotel room (we were in a large group with various rooms and our was definitely not an upgraded junior / family suite. Having a...More
They weren"t that expensive and there was a house option for red & white wine by; the glass or small or large carafe. There was also a choice to have free tap water or buy more expensive bottled versions with your meal.
Response from PATRICIA T | Reviewed this property |
No, there are no facilities for making tea or coffee, this is quite usual in Austria. We always take our own travel kettle, mugs etc.,
If you have a balcony or a wide window sill you can always keep the milk outside
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
"Higher room so you have clear views of the mountains"