Hotel Schattberg’s frequently asked questions
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It won’t be long until the start of your holiday at the Hotel Schattberg in Saalbach Hinterglemm. You might have a few questions about your upcoming stay – and we have the answers you need! Find useful facts and important information about your upcoming visit below. You can’t find your question on this list? Get in touch with us today!
What are the snow and slope conditions like, and how much do the lift tickets costs?
What will the weather be like?
Find up-to-date weather reports with live cam at www.saalbach.com.
How can I get to you from the airport?
The Hotel Schattberg recommends the shuttle service offered by www.holiday-shuttle.at.
Where can I rent my equipment?
Our rental tip: Sport Hagleitner with three branches in the Skicircus, one of which is near the Schattberg. Benefit from top-class service and store your skis overnight in the depot. Furthermore, all our guests receive a 10% discount from the very first day on – find more information at www.sporthagleitner.com.
I can’t find any of your rooms on booking.com?aid=1621363. Are you fully booked?
Not necessarily; bookings via booking.com?aid=1621363 incur costs for us. Enquire directly with us or book online with us!
I don’t want to go out in the evening. Can I dine at the hotel?
Yes, we serve snacks and a small selection of dishes in the breakfast room between 6 and 8 pm, which we will also bring to your room. You can also sit together comfortably with a beer from the barrel, a good glass of wine and a neat selection of drinks until 10 pm. All drinks, teas and coffee can also be taken to your room.
I have to cancel my holiday. How much does it cost?
The General Terms and Conditions of the Austrian Hotel Industry (AGBH) 2006 apply, see www.wko.at.
When can I arrive / move into my room?
Check-in is guaranteed from 3 pm, but you can also store your luggage with us as early as 8 am on your arrival day. Breakfast at 9.30 am is possible, too, upon prior arrangement.
Can I bring my pet?
Sadly, pets aren’t permitted.