Zell am See / Kaprun, Austria
About Gasthof Lampenhäusl
The Lampenhäusl is a three-star hotel which has recently been modernised to offer a very good standard of accommodation. It is situated in the small village of Fusch on the main road leading to the Grossglockner, Austria’s highest mountain.
Accommodation is on a full board basis, with a packed lunch provided by the hotel to eat on the slopes. Breakfast is buffet-style and the evening meal consists of three courses. Tap water is available at all meals on request.
Fusch has several cafés and a bank. The next village is Bruck (7km), which has several shops and a supermarket. The Europa Sportregion (Zell am See) is a 10-15minute coach ride away. The Areitbahn lifts, where the ski school meets on the first lift, are a short 20 minutes’ drive away. There is also a small beginner slope in the village, which is included on the pass. The Kitzsteinhorn glacier near Kaprun offers skiing at 3000m.
The Lampenhäusl has 43 rooms with a capacity of 110 guests.
The rooms are mostly 4-bedded with some doubles and singles. All rooms have en suite facilities and are equipped with a safe, TV and hairdryer. The majority of rooms have a balcony.
You may be charged a damage deposit on arrival.
- Two large dining rooms
- Free Wi-Fi and two free Internet terminals in the lobby
- Public payphone
- Two Stüberl
- Ski room and heated boot room
- Winter garden
- Seating area with widescreen TV
- Coaches can park directly in front of the hotel
- Wellness area (sauna) for use by adults
- Towels are provided at the start of the week
- Bar (open to public)
- Ski hire in the hotel
Inclusive lift pass: 6 day Europa pass - covers all lifts in Zell am See and Kaprun (including the Kitzsteinhorn glacier) and Saalbach-Hinterglemm
Lifts to: 3029m
Total number of lifts: 56
Marked pistes: 130km
Longest run: 6.5km
Ski bus included: Yes
Lift pass photo required: No
Snow cannon coverage: 60%
By coach: Departs Friday from school. Journey time from Calais - 16 hours.
By air: Flights to Munich. Coach transfer to resort - 3 hours.
Blue runs: 18
Red runs: 22
Black runs: 9
Beginners can enjoy top-of-the-mountain skiing - returning by gondola, gentle and open nursery slopes in the village as well as the Areitalm and the mid station of the Zellerbergbahn.
Intermediates will cover lots of ground on challenging runs and will appreciate the efficient interlinking lift system.
Swimming: Zell am See
Ice skating: Zell am See
Austrian bowling: Kaprun
Shops/Cafés: Zell am See and Kaprun
Llama walking: Kaprun
Ice hockey match (to watch): Zell am See
Pizza night: Zell am See / Kaprun
Ski show: Kaprun
Thermal baths: Kaprun
Discos: Zell am See
Mountain coaster: Kaprun
We also include a programme of free in-house evening entertainment at each of our hotels in this resort.