One of Mayrhofen’s oldest hotels, Der Siegeler has been welcoming guests for over 100 years.
Nowadays, it has a fresh, modern look that really lives up to the ‘this lifestylehotel rocks’ tagline. Think modern alpine décor, with plenty of natural wood throughout. Upstairs, the bedrooms are bright and inviting, thanks to the large French windows that open on to your own private balcony. And downstairs, you can get your après kicks in the popular Mike’s sports bar or catch some live sport on the TVs.’
The location is spot on. In the morning, step outside and hop on the ski bus to the Penken gondola. And evening, it’s just a short stroll to Mayrhofen’s buzzing bars and restaurants. The building itself is set within large gardens, so it feels tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the resort centre.
When it comes to food, head to the hotel dining room for a hearty buffet breakfast – choose from boiled and scrambled eggs, sliced meat and cheese, cereal, fruit, and plenty of fresh bread. In the evening, you’re free to explore Mayrhofen’s many restaurants. Or if you fancy something more convenient, upgrade to half board and take your meals at the nearby Hotel Berghof, where you can fill up on the same delicious buffet spread as the other guests.
Just so you know, the photos shown here are artist’s impressions, so the final look of the hotel may differ slightly.
- Central resort location
- 10 minutes’ walk to the Penken gondola
- Ski school meeting point at the top of the Penken gondola
Der Siegeler Rooms:
All rooms have satellite TV, telephone, WiFi and hairdryer.
Triple room – sleeps 2-3: Double bed, extra single bed when booked for three people, private shower, WC and balcony.
Austrian twin beds: One large bed frame containing two single mattresses, each with their own bedding.
Please note: The Siegelerhof is not recommended for families with young children.
- Sun terrace
- Mike’s Sportsbar showing live UK football (non-smoking)
- Free WiFi throughout
· hot and cold buffet breakfast · optional upgrade to half board with evening meals taken in the Hotel Berghof (1 minute’s walk)
Many Austrian hotels do not serve free tap water with meals.