I stayed at Arosa Kitzbühel for a Social Media conference so I spent a lot of my time in presentations and seminars. It was a great conference but it was a shame that I didn’t have all the time I would have liked to appreciate this stunning hotel! And it had so much on offer! I was almost taunted by seeing the calendar of events – particularly in the spa – that I did not have the time to take part in! But at least I had breakfast…… more to come on that front!
Arosa Kitzbühel: The Rooms
Wow, this was close to my perfect type of hotel room! A good size but not too big. A nice bathroom with a good sized bathroom featuring a big shower with a large shower head – and most importantly many thick fluffy towels and a big bathrobe!
The bed was super comfy with 2 nice duvets. The thread count was at a good level! And then I had like a little living room area within my room with a couple of comfy chairs done in my favourite L shape with a little table. And then I had a balcony as well!
The lighting was also lovely – love a hotel room where I have lovely glowing skin! This also made the room a really cosy oasis – I loved coming back to my lovely comfortable room! They had a good selection of tv channels – and I was delighted to see that my favourite BBC World was on offer!
Arosa Kitzbühel: The Food
I liked a lot of things at Arosa Kitzbühel – but if I had to nominate one favourite thing it had to be breakfast! What a breakfast!!!! A massive fabulous buffet selection with everything you could want! There was that kind of average coffee that they bring to your table but there was also a coffee machine that did a pretty good latte. Some very nice juices as well.
There was so much to choose from! A very extensive selection of cheeses as well as meats. And they were proper cheeses – gooey soft white cheeses that were properly ripe – tasty hard cheddars – real cheese! The smoked salmon was fantastic – so fresh and tasty and so much of it.
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There was virtually a bakery going on in terms of different types of bread and pastries – such an extensive selection!
But the main highlight was the egg station. This was no ordinary egg station. Not only could you get every type of egg in every type of form – they had a big old oven behind where the fry pan with your omelette went to bake it on top! I also really liked that you took your own ingredients so you had the right mix for your egg dish of choice.
Arosa Kitzbühel has 2 restaurants. The Streif Restaurant is home to both the breakfast and dinner buffets. They also have Kaps Steakhouse which is a stroll through the underground car park. We had a hosted dinner here with a buffet bbq served on the large lovely terrace and it was fantastic.
My favourite area was the bar. The bar is like a big lovely lounge room with comfy couches, a fire and service always on hand. I had a late lunch here the day that I arrived – some fantastic goulash soup! This area is lovely for the middle of the afternoon as well as for a later in the evening drink.
Arosa Kitzbühel: The Service
I was extremely impressed with the service level at Arosa Kitzbühel. Every staff member I encountered was delightful and so helpful. My first day I told the waiter at lunch that I was having some trouble with my wifi. He stopped to help me and we couldn’t get on the system. He said he would go and check it out. He had returned within 5 minutes with a personal wifi code for me to use for the balance of my stay.
The hotel also helped me organise train tickets to Innsbruck. On departure, they double checked everything in terms of where I was going and that things were correct and even insisted I take a bottle of water for the journey. I could not fault the service in any way – the breakfast ladies were lovely, the bar staff – literally everyone!
Arosa Kitzbühel: The Facilities
I did not get to explore the facilities as I would have liked but gosh they seemed to have quite a few! There was a weekly schedule in my room that offered up yoga, aqua fitness and training classes every day in the Wellness Centre. The pool looked stunning. The hotel is also incredibly well placed for skiing in the winter and golf in the summer.
We used a couple of the main hall areas for dinners during the conference and the areas and the service at all were stunning. I think they outsourced the food which was also excellent. Often when you attend a conference and stay at the facility you deal with a harassed and exhausted staff. This was not the case at this conference – you would not have known a conference was going on!
Arosa Kitzbühel: The Spa
Alas, I did not get to try the Spa but it looked absolutely fantastic! There was a fantastic menu in the room full of body and face treatments.
Well as you might have guessed from reading this I loved Arosa Kitzbühel and would highly recommend it! I paid a discounted price for the conference but I was pleasantly surprised by the high quality of the offering for the price I had paid -it certainly exceeded my expectations!
And in case you are heading to nearby Innsbruck:
There are 2 airport options for the hotel and both are about 2 hours away by car:
I pre-booked a shuttle bus from Munich airport to Arosa but the company wasn’t very good so I won’t link to them – I would ask Arosa for some assistance on that front.
Or Check out Qatar Airways if you are flying long distance
Or why not catch a train?
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