Holiday Paradise Seefeld
In the heart of the Tyrolean mountain landscape
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Hotel Seelos Seefeld
Vacation in the heart of the Tyrolean Alps
The Olympic Region of Seefeld is a timeless and classic vacation paradise. Its focus is on the philosophy of Nordic lifestyle and comprises sports, enjoyment and stimulation - a concept with a holistic experience for all the senses. Seefeld has been named the best cross-country skiing destination in the Alpine region by various platforms in recent years.
Cross-Country Skiing - the safest sport in times of COVID

Experts have repeatedly expressed their concerns about skiing. With cross-country skiing, there is one of the Nordic sports that is largely contactless and retains its charm precisely because it is not subject to any official restrictions. The ticket for the cross-country tracks is issued at our reception, there is no queuing, no lift or cable car to ride and the exercise takes place in the great outdoors with sufficient distance to other participants.

Versatile vacation on the highest level

Seefeld as a member of the "Best of the Alps" Union - an coalition of 12 world-famous tourist destinations in the Alps, stands for established structures, lifestyle, sport, events and aspiring tourism. The year-round holiday destination is characterized by an international public and upscale hotels and restaurants.

The Olympic Region of Seefeld has many traditions and it captivates its visitors with scenic charm, hospitality and an extensive sporting and cultural program.

Hotel Seelos Seefeld
Olympic Region of Seefeld
Timeless - classic

The Olympic Region of Seefeld has a long and eventful history, that has produced numerous historical sights. From early chapels and churches, to ruins of wartime, traditional fences and unique natural sites, the region inspires with a variety of scenes.

The olympic flame has already burned three times in the Olympic Region of Seefeld, which was the venue for the Nordic disciplines as part of the Olympic Winter Games in 1964, 1976 and the Olympic Youth Winter Games in 2012.