Corona Virus

The situation surrounding the Covid-19 Virus causes concern and uncertainty for everyone. Because the situation for the winter cannot be predicted, we are as flexible as possible. We therefore offer a money-back guarantee for all bookings for the winter season 2020-2021. Can your holiday not be able to continue because of the measures imposed in Austria or because an orange or red code is issued? Then your holiday will be canceled free of charge.

Corona Money-back Guarantee summarized:

  • Book your holiday with a money-back guarantee;
  • If code orange or code red is issued or if the accommodation or all ski areas included in the ski pass are closed, your booking will be canceled by us free of charge;
  • Travel advice can change regularly. The assessment to cancel takes place no later than 3 days before the start of your holiday;
  • You will receive the full amount paid back to your account, or you choose to postpone your holiday to another date (the value of the booking will then be deducted from the new booking);
  • Will the area become code orange or code red during your stay? Then you will receive your money back for the holidays that you have not taken.
Book your winter holiday safely with our money-back guarantee! If we can deliver your stay, but you want to cancel yourself, the standard cancellation conditions apply. We recommend that you arrange travel and cancellation insurance. This in case you or one of your travel companions will be diagnosed with the corona virus.

More information
Do you have any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us.

Safety in the ski area

The cable cars of the Zillertal Arena are open. In order to guarantee you a safe and relaxing holiday in the Zillertal Arena under the motto "Happy & Safe", the Zillertal Arena offers a comprehensive package of measures.

For more information, visit the Zillertal Arena website.

 

Current situation

Update: March 02, 2021

Unfortunately, all hotels and accommodations must remain closed until March 26th. This means that we are not allowed to receive guests. All guests will receive more information from us by e-mail with various options to reschedule or cancel the planned holiday free of charge.

Local measures

When you are allowed to go on holiday to Austria again, you must adhere to the local regulations. See below for more information as well as a number of tips for a pleasant, safe and carefree holiday. You will be informed about this on site, given the continuous developments.

Main measures and points for attention:
  • All accommodations have a private terrace or balcony, so you can enjoy your own outdoor space.
  • All accommodations are cleaned and aired with care. We pay extra attention to hygiene.
  • We maintain a minimum distance of 1 meter for everyone on site. This is the distance Austria currently applies.
  • We request that guests only come if they do not suffer from the following complaints: colds, coughing, sneezing, sore throat, increase, fever and / or shortness of breath.
  • Wearing a face mask is mandatory in public areas. Exceptions are children up to and including six years old.
  • We keep checking in and out short and to the point. On arrival, you can register at the reception and collect the disinfected key from your accommodation. At check-out you hand in the keys and they will be disinfected by us.

Restaurant Sterngucker
As soon as the situation permits, Restaurant Sterngucker will be open daily. They work according to the guidelines of the Bundesministerum

Travel information

Measures en-route:
  • The use of a mouth mask is mandatory in Germany in public places, including shops, restaurants and petrol stations.

Austrian measures:
  • Face masks (FFP2) are mandatory in all shops and public buildings and public transport and stay at least 2 meter away from other people.
  • Anyone who wants to travel to Austria must register in advance via this form!
  • Upon arival 10 days in quarantine and negative PCR test is required.
  • For the most up-to-date information, always check the website of the Bundesministerum.


Austrian guidelines
Austria has prepared the following guidelines for safe interaction with each other:

  1. Keep a distance of at least 2 meter
  2. Wear mouth and nose protection in public areas
  3. Reserve as much as possible in advance to reduce crowds at entrances
  4. Preferably pay contactless
  5. Follow the directions of employees
  6. Do not shake hands
  7. Wash your hands with soap and water several times a day (30 sec)
  8. Do not touch the face with uncleaned hands
  9. Sneeze or cough into your elbow or a handkerchief
  10. Do not travel with signs of illness

 

Current information

Please visit the links below for the most current information: