The best accommodation in Sölden

Advice

Most of Sölden’s accommodation is in comfortable hotels, which are predominantly four-star. At the less expensive end of the scale there are also traditional Austrian pensions and some apartments to rent.

The two access gondolas, Giggijoch and Gaislachkogl, are at opposite ends of the village, leading to opposite sides of the ski area, but there are regular ski buses running around town and accommodation is never too far from a bus stop. Nonetheless, it’s important to check the position of accommodation – while being in the thick of the lively and noisy nightlife might be convenient for partying, in the interests of a good night’s sleep, being a few streets away is better. 

The alternative for a quieter time away from the nightlife – and first dibs on fresh snow – is to stay right on the slopes in the hamlet of Hochsölden, which is set around 700m higher than Sölden at over 2,000m in the Giggijoch sector. There are hotel bars and shops here for after hours entertainment but buses and taxis put Sölden well within reach for a night out.

For further Sölden inspiration, see our guides to the resort’s best restaurants and après ski.


Gastehaus Kneisl

A typical Austrian family-run B&B in a central but quiet position, Gastehaus Kneisl has fairly simply-furnished bedrooms, most with attractive wooden floors, ceilings and walls. There’s a sauna, infrared cabin, steam room, indoor hot tub and a solarium.

Price: £
Book it:
 B&B from £714 with Crystal Ski.



Gastehaus Kneisl, Solden, Austria


Gastehaus Kneisl is a typical Austrian family-run B&B

Hotel Sölderhof

The conveniently located three-star Sölderhof is 300m from the Giggijoch gondola, close to the resort centre. As well as a wellness centre on site, there is complimentary use of a nearby swimming pool. For families, or groups on a budget, the Sölderhof’s sister hotel, Resident Tamara, is 100m away and offers suites sleeping up to four people.

Price: £
Book it: From £689 B&B with Inghams.

Hochsölden hotel

Right on the slopes in Hochsölden the four-star Hochsölden is very comfortable. Bedrooms are modern with polished wooden floors and fabulous mountain views, including some with dual aspect windows. There’s a large indoor pool, outdoor hot tub, sauna and steam room.

Price: ££

Rooms from

£
112

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Hochsölden hotel, Solden, Austria


Enjoy front-row seats to the slopes from Hochsölden hotel’s outdoor hot tub

Hotel Erhart

The central, four-star Hotel Erhart has 28 spacious, bright modern rooms and has been in the Erhart family for generations. The food here has an excellent reputation and is prepared by chef Benjamin Erhart. The spa area has an indoor hot tub, sauna, steam room and an infrared cabin.

Price: ££

Rooms from

£
103

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Hotel Erhart, Solden, Austria


The four-star Hotel Erhart has been in the same family for generations

Das Central

The five-star Das Central hotel is, as its name implies, right in the centre of Sölden. Rooms and suites are spacious, individually designed and vary from stylishly modern to more traditional. It has two excellent restaurants – including the Ötzaler Stube, Sölden’s most gourmet dining. Extensive renovation in 2023 sees a new rooftop spa and large infinity pool.

Price: £££

Rooms from

£
209

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Das Central, Solden, Austria


As the name implies, you can’t get more central than Das Central hotel

Bergland hotel

The chic and modern five-star Bergland hotel in the centre of town has impeccable facilities and service and is part of the hip Design Hotels group. Daniel Craig, Sam Mendes and other members of the Spectre production team stayed here while filming the James Bond movie. The generously sized rooms and suites are stylishly designed and furnished and the 1,700sqm spa has a large indoor pool, outdoor hot tub, steam room, three saunas and a gym. The gourmet Black Sheep restaurant is one of the best in Sölden.

Price: £££

Rooms from

£
223

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Bergland hotel, Solden, Austria


Bergland hotel in the centre of town has impeccable facilities and service

Booking.com rates above are guide prices per person per night, please note that packages can differ across accommodation. Please check the properties’ websites for further information on what’s included.

Unless stated otherwise, package prices are per person, based on two sharing a double or twin room, half-board, for seven nights, including flights and transfers.

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    HOTEL
    Vienna, Austria

    9
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    9
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