"Villa Olga and Unterwirt were both exceptional."
Ewell Castle School
About Villa Olga
Villa Olga is a self-contained guest house. It has 17 rooms and can sleep up to 50 guests. A full group will be able to have sole occupancy.
Meals are provided at the Villa Olga’s sister hotel, the Gasthof Unterwirt, 200m away. Groups will have their own dining room at the Gasthof Unterwirt where breakfast and evening meals are served in a buffet style.
Children usually make their own packed lunch after breakfast to eat on the slopes. Staff also benefit from selected complimentary drinks.
The Schönleiten lift is a 15 minute coach ride away; however some groups prefer to travel further to access the slopes from the centre of Saalbach or Hinterglemm.
Villa Olga has 17 (2 - 5 bedded) rooms accommodating a total of 50 guests.
All of the rooms are equipped with a TV.
The majority of rooms are ensuite and traditionally furnished. There is one room where there is an allocated toilet on the corridor.
A full group will have sole occupancy of the hotel.
The hotel provides towels at the start of the week.
The village has several supermarkets and cafés, Austrian bowling and its own curling rink.
The hotel has a small common room available downstairs or alternatively groups can take advantage of the facilities available at the Gasthof Unterwirt which is 200m away.
The Gasthof Unterwirt has an Austrian skittle alley with a seating area for your group. There is also a small bar where selected drinks are complimentary for visiting adults.
The dining rooms can also be used for evening activities once arranged with the hotel staff.
You may be charged a damage deposit on arrival.
Inclusive lift pass: 6 day whole area pass covering all lifts in Saalbach, Hinterglemm, Leogang, Zell-am-See & Kaprun
Lifts to: 2096m
Total number of lifts: 70
Marked pistes: 270km
Longest run: 7.5km
Ski bus included: Yes
Lift pass photo required: No
Snow cannon coverage: Mobile cannons
By coach: Friday departure. Journey time from Calais approx. 16 hours.
By air: Flights to Munich, transfer to resort 3 hours.
Blue runs: 140
Red runs: 112
Black runs: 18
Intermediates will enjoy the beautiful tree-lined pistes on both sides of the valley and the open snowfields above Hinterglemm. Experts will find some steep and bumpy challenges, especially on the formidable Zwölfer run from the top of Hinterglemm at almost 2000 metres down to the bottom of the valley. Meanwhile, for beginners the nursery slopes are close to both village centres, with a range of good, easy runs higher up.
Thermal baths: Kaprun
Swimming: Zell am See
Ice skating: Hinterglemm/ Zell am See
Ice hockey match (to watch): Zell am See
Pizza night: Saalbach and Zell am See
Ice cream night: Hinterglemm/Zell am See
Ski show: Kaprun
Llama trekking: Kaprun
Disco: Saalbach / Zell am See
We also include a programme of free in-house evening entertainment at each of our hotels in this resort.