Zurs is quite small when compared to other neighboring resorts, like St. Anton, so you won’t find a huge variety of lodging options. But there is a Zurs lodging experience, in particular, that you don’t want to miss: the four-star Hotel Arlberghaus. Ideally located at the foot of the Zurs slopes and convenient to the chairlifts and tram, this hotel offers a one-of-a-kind ski in, ski out experience. Families will love the fact that the ski school is just behind the hotel, while luxury-seekers will appreciate the relaxing sauna, steam bath and rooftop Dutch tub.
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Zurs is among Austria’s, Europe’s and perhaps the world’s chicest resorts. Everything in the village is bedecked in traditional Tyrol architecture and style. It’s truly one of the most charming sights. The resort is a playground for the international jet set and the rich and famous, so those seeking luxury accommodations and amenities will not be disappointed in Zurs. Below, you’ll find Ski.com’s top Zurs luxury picks. To learn more call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.
Four-star Hotel Arlberghaus is ideally located just steps from slopes. The chair lift and cable car just a couple hundred feet away, providing guests with one of Zurs most exclusively situated experiences. Relax in the sauna, steam bath, train in the fitness room or spend some time in the rooftop Dutch tub.
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Zurs nightlife is considerably tamer than sister resort St. Anton’s nightlife, but the on-mountain party scene is quite energetic for a couple key hours after the bull wheel stops running. Zurs offers everything from posh cocktails to pubs that offer Austria’s favorite beers.
Around 4 p.m. the Bergwerk bar, in Hotel Hold, is where you’ll want to be. While Zurs tends to die down after après, if you do happen to find yourself out and about late at night, the Zurserl Pleasure Lounge is where you’ll want to go for some dancing.
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Aside from a “learn to ski” zone at the base of the resort, Zurs offers next to nothing for beginners. Not to fret though, Lech and Oberlech offer excecptional beginner skiing, and plenty of family-friendly terrain offerings.
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Como un destino favorito de la elite europea y siendo hogar de una mayoría de propiedades de cuatro y cinco estrellas y finos restaurantes, aquellos bajo un presupuesto no tendrán muchas opciones en Zurs o en Lech. Para obtener más información acerca de sus opciones al viajar a Europa bajo un presupuesto, hable con uno de nuestros expertos Asesores Vacacionales de Skiholam.com
Intermediates are the best served at Zurs. More than 85 percent of the resort’s terrain is designated as intermediate to advanced intermediate. Advanced intermediates will particularly revel in the “White Ring” circuit, a route which takes skiers from the top of Madlochjoch down to Zug ski area, passing through both Lech and Zurs. You can ski, eat and drink your way around the route; it’s truly a one-of-a-kind experience. Less seasoned intermediates will enjoy the long, high-alpine run from the top of Zurs’ Muggengrat chairlift.
Experts on a Zurs ski vacation have a couple key on-piste options, like the Trittkopf area. Those looking for some more thrills will want to experience Zurs off-piste terrain, especially the slopes off the top of the Rufikopf tram. Adventure-seekers can also go heli-skiing. If you’re looking to head off-piste Ski.com recommends hiring a professional guide to ensure optimal safety and enjoyment. Speak or chat with a Mountain Vacation Specialists to learn more about off-piste guides and heli-skiing excursions.
Families have more accommodations in Lech, while Zurs caters to couples a seeking romantic Alpine getaway. If families find themselves staying in Zurs, or even just visiting the town, it’s good to know that Zurs provides convenient access right from the base area village, and the resort features a well-reputed ski school and kid-friendly facilities and services, like babysitting services.
Families will feel right at home at the four-star Hotel Arlberghaus. Ideally located for families seeking convenience, the hotel is just steps from the slopes and the chairlifts and tram. Also notable for families, the ski school is behind the hotel, and the ski kindergarten is next to the hotel. Rooms are modern and comfortable, and offer family-centric amenities, like a new library and children’s playroom. Parents can enjoy relaxing in the sauna, steam bath or Dutch tub on the roof top.
As a prominent vacation spot for the well-heeled, you can bet Zurs offers some world-class boutique and designer shopping. It goes without saying that afternoon’s spent at the spa is another widespread Zurs activity. But if you’re looking to explore a little Zurs, and neighboring Lech, offer exceptional cross-country and snowshoe trails and some great winter hiking trails. Zurs also offers horse-drawn sleigh rides and an exhilarating toboggan run from Oberlech to Lech, both are popular with families. Ice skating can be had in both Lech and Zurs.
Although Zurs is small and quaint; it provides diners with about two dozen memorable dining experiences, enough to find a little something for every preference. Here are Ski.com’s favorite Zurs dining spots:
If you’re on the mountain around noon and find yourself craving a hearty Austrian lunch, or refreshing beer or glass of wine, head to Trittalm, located near the Trittalp lift, Schroedfli-Alm or Restaurant Seekopf, which is a popular “White Ring” stop.