65 Rooms
1.25 hours Transfer time
Half board Board basis

The thoroughly Austrian hotel that has everything covered for a relaxing spa-ski retreat, Hotel Germania in Bad Hofgastein has thermal waters at the ready for your healing post-ski soak. The Wellness area is vast with plenty to occupy your time in this spa renowned town. Set firmly in the spa park, yet only a short stroll from the pedestrianised centre and the best of the village's bars and restaurants, there's a fab view from each room and its balcony. When it comes to getting to the slopes the ski bus stops right outside, it's free of charge and will whip you to the pistes with no need for walking.

What we like

- Thermal waters in the swimming pool
- Traditional spa area with hot whirlpools
- Almost every room has a balcony

Worth knowing

- You will have to catch the bus to the slopes, it stops right outside, it's 1km to walk
- The sauna area is nude, the norm in Austria (wear a towel)
- Outdoor parking is free of charge


  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Spa
  • Pool
  • Sauna
  • Steam room
  • Massage
  • Wifi
  • Car parking
  • Jacuzzi
Rated 4 on TripAdvisor

What others have said

Wrong visit time Dolni Brezany We spent three nights in this perfectly located hotel – just near the centre. Accommodation was ok, rooms were clean. Unfortunately during our stay hotel changed ownership and then restaurant was... Rated 3 on TripAdvisor
Good solution Latisana, Italy Hotel Germania have a lot of plus to spend. Location just out of city center few step from it. Parking place in front of hotel. Super breakfast, staff competent and lovely. Rooms are clean and big... Rated 4 on TripAdvisor
brilliant stay in Bad Hofgastein Smørum This hotel really offers a nice atmosphare in the middle of the 'Kurzone', with a great view to the mountains. Convenient for shuttle busses to the skilifts. Great staff making you feel welcome from... Rated 5 on TripAdvisor

View on map

In the spa park on the edge of the pedestrianised town centre, Hotel Germania is around a kilometre from the ski slopes which you can walk in around 12 minutes though catching the free ski bus which stops right outside is the easiest way to get to the slopes each day.

  • Ski region
    Gastein valley
  • Distance to slopes
    1km, we'd take the bus
  • Distance to town
    On the edge of the centre


All rooms in the Hotel Germania have a hairdryer, TV, radio, safe, mini bar, tea station, bathrobes and spa bag and complimentary WiFi.

Single room

Singles room have a single bed, a bath in the bathroom and a balcony.

Approx. 19m2

Standard double room

Standard rooms have a Grand-lit bed (about the equivalent of a queen bed) and a bathtub in the bathroom. Most rooms have a balcony.

Approx. 21m2

Superior double room

A more spacious double room with a seating area. The bathroom has a bath and there is also a balcony.

Approx. 32m2

Junior suite

Junior suites are larger still and have a partially separated living area as well as an entranceway. The balcony has a south or south-west facing view and there is also a

Approx. 35-40m2


  • Lounge and lobby
  • Indoor pool with thermal waters
  • Thermal baths
  • Sauna
  • Infrared cabin
  • Steam bath
  • Whirlpool
  • Tepidarium
  • Fitness room
  • Solarium (additional cost)
  • Massage (additional cost)
  • WiFi
  • Free outside parking
  • Underground parking (additional cost)
  • Large garden
  • Children's playroom
  • Conference facilities
  • Heated ski and boot room

Board basis

  • Half board

Resort guide

Bad Hofgastein

The resort

  • Resort height - 860m
  • Highest point - 2,685m

Ski area

  • Bad Hofgastein - 86km of piste
  • Gastein Valley ski area - 200km of piste
  • Ski amadé (five ski areas on one lift pass, not linked) - 760km


The ski area is full of wide and cruisy red runs perfect for confident intermediate skiers. Or if you head up to Sportgastein there's extensive easily accessible freeride possibilities to explore.

  • Blue runs 36%
  • Red runs 60%
  • Black runs 4%

Lifts22 in the local area with a further 23 across the valley

Season lengthEarly December to mid-April

Resort ratings

  • Beginners - 2/5
  • Intermediates - 4/5
  • Experts - 3/5
  • Snowboarders - 3/5
  • Après - 2/5
  • Eating out - 4/5
  • Charm - 3/5
  • Scenery - 3/5


Alpentherme spa and pools | ice climbing | ice rink | shopping | cross-country skiing | snowshoeing | husky sledding

Transfer times

  • Salzburg - 1 hour 10 minutes
  • Innsbruck - 3 hours
  • Munich - 3 hours

Destination area lift pass

  • 3 day lift pass from £149
  • 6 day lift pass from £239
James Sales Manager "The Alpentherme Spa Resort is the perfect way to unwind each afternoon, take a book for the relaxation beds, though you'll be napping before long." View James' profile
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