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Staying at Hotel Yscla, we'd forgive you for not spending every waking hour on the slopes. Head Chef Benjamin Parth serves up his multi-award winning gourmet cuisine, food that's blown the taste buds of locals and professionals alike. Certainly worth reserving early on. The 4,000 bottle strong wine cellar is sure to have the perfect complimentary tipple to wash down the winter tastes.
There's also the 1950's American style diner, a popular haunt on the après scene, serving happy hour pasta and dripping burgers. Or try the Guxa if you fancy some more traditional fare. Although the food is what gets the TripAdvisor hounds salivating, the location is spot on - right next to the ski lifts and bars in town. The spa area is up on the first floor and full of natural light, a great place for a post ski sauna or full body massage. And being family run you're in for some seriously good, friendly service. When the ski resort is named after the hotel, it must be pretty special.
- Benjamin Parth the award winning head chef and his delicious creations
- 1950's style American diner, it gets busy and is a lot of fun
- Proximity to the ski lifts and smack bang in the town centre
- The brand new wellness area, it may be compact but you'll love it
- The 3 toque gourmet restaurant is not included on the half board, you get your own specially designed umpteen course menu - if you want to eat here one night you'll get 25€ off the bill per person (a sort of half board supplement discount)
- All rooms have a balcony
Less than 100 metres from one of the main gondolas in Ischgl, the Silvrettabahn, access to the ski slopes is a breeze. The other gondola base is around a 6 minute walk through an underground passage with travellators so it's really not that far. When it comes to après you're in the thick of it yet due to some clever soundproofing you'll hardly hear a thing once inside the hotel. There is a ski run that goes around the back of the hotel so it's not far to walk at the end of the day either. Get the most out of your ski holiday at Hotel Yscla.
All rooms may vary slightly in their furnishings but they all have a TV, radio, hair dryer, alarm, phone and safe.
Single rooms have a single bed (but a large one), the bathrooms have a shower and toilet.
Approx. 16-21m2, sleeps max. 1
These double rooms have Austrian twin beds. The balconies are street facing with a shower and toilet in the bathroom.
Approx. 21m2, sleeps max. 2
The attic rooms have Austrian twin beds as well as a sofa bed. The location is great with a small terrace. There's a bathtub and toilet as well as two TVs, mini bar and high quality furnishings.
Approx. 38m2, sleeps max. 3
The junior suites have their own lounge area with a sofa bed as well as the Austrian twin beds. The balcony is street facing yet soundproofed. The bathroom has a shower and toilet and like the attic rooms, there are two TVs and a mini bar along with higher quality furnishings.
Approx. 35m2, sleeps max. 3
*Austrian twin beds are two mattresses in a single frame, they cannot be separated. Each mattress has individual bed sheets and duvets.
The resortResort height - 1,400m
Highest point - 2,864m
Ski areaIschgl ski area - 238km of piste
SlopesIschgl is perfect for intermediates looking to ski good distances.
Blue runs 21%
Red runs 64%
Black runs 15%
Lifts - 45
Season length - End of November to end of April/early May
Beginners - 3/5
Intermediates - 5/5
Experts - 4/5
Snowboarders - 5/5
Fast lifts - 5/5
Families - 3/5
Après - 5/5
Eating out - 4/5
Charm - 3/5
Scenery - 4/5
Snow reliability - 5/5
ActivitiesCross-country skiing | snowshoeing | bowling | swimming pool | tobogganing | shopping | ice skating | curling
Ischgl area lift pass
3 day lift pass from £138
6 day lift pass from £245
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