Chalet Hotel Hermann

Chalet Hotel Hermann, Solden, Austria


  • Wi-Fi: Free
  • Spa/Beauty
  • Television
  • Balcony
  • Ski in/Ski out: Ski in
  • En-Suite
  • Sleeps: 59 Guests
  • Ski Room
  • Boot Room
  • Lounge
  • Dining Room
  • Sauna
  • Elevator
  • Terrace
  • Bar
  • Kitchen
  • Austrian Twin
  • Ski Bus Stop
  • Airport: 84.5 km From Innsbruck Airport
  • Resort: 500 m
  • Slopes: 65 m
  • Town: 500 m
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Transfer time

1 hour 20 mins

500 m


65 m


500 m

About Chalet Hotel Hermann

Chalet Hotel Hermann is a newly developed but still a traditional Austrian style chalet that is located in the popular resort of Solden.

Solden offers skiers the many skiing opportunities as it is beautifully situated just 65 metres from the ski slopes.

The resort centre is known for its eventful nightlife and shopping opportunities and guests would only need to walk 500 metres through the stunning snowy streets filled with traditional Austrian buildings that beautifully blend in with the landscape. If you think that the walk may be too much, there is also a free shuttle service that is available.

Chalet Hotel Hermann has been refurbished and also extending, to offer their guests many more facilities to ensure that they have a pleasant stay. The spacious dining hall always has a fun atmosphere and the friendly staff are available to serve their guests with the many delicious meals throughout the week.

Guests can then make their way into the lounge, where there is a bar to try out some of the locally produced alcoholic drinks. After a full day outside on the slopes, why not relax those aching muscles in the sauna before you fun evening ahead.

The bedrooms in the original part of the chalet are in the style of a traditional Austrian cabin and the newly developed part offers guests a more modern flair and a home from home feel to them. Each room has en-suite facilities and most have a balcony with magnificent views of the surrounding mountains, filled with snow.

Ski Accommodation

Lower Ground Floor:

Side entrance to the building, ski and boot room, wellness area with sauna and steam room, showers & WC

Ground Floor:

Main entrance to building




Dining room with terrace


First Floor:

Rooms 101-105 Austrian Twin with en-suite shower room, WC and balcony

Room 106 (triple) Austrian Twin with additional bed, stube seating area, en-suite shower room, WC and balcony

Second Floor:

Rooms 201, 204, 206 & 207 Austrian Twin with en-suite shower room, WC and balcony

Room 202 Austrian Twin with en-suite shower and WC

Rooms 203 & 205 (triple) Austrian Twin with additional bed, en-suite shower room, WC and balcony

Third Floor:

Rooms 301 & 303 Austrian Twin with en-suite shower and WC

Room 304 (sleeps 2-4) Austrian twin, double sofa bed, en-suite bathroom, WC and balcony

Rooms 305 & 306 Austrian Twin with en-suite shower, WC and balcony

Ground Floor: - Panorama Wing

Entrance hall, lift to all floors and exterior stairs to all floors

Lower First Floor: - Panorama Wing

Shared lounge

Rooms 4a & 4b Twin with en-suite shower, WC and balcony

Lower Second Floor: - Panorama Wing

Rooms 2a & 2b Twin with en-suite shower, WC and balcony

Room 3 Twin with separate living area, kitchenette, double sofa bed en-suite shower, WC and balcony

Lower Third Floor: - Panorama Wing

Kitchen, living/dining room with fireplace & sun terrace

Rooms 1a, 1b & 1c Twin with en-suite shower, WC and balcony


Breakfast is provided with the option of a cooked breakfast or a continental choice. Afternoon tea is also provided with unlimited tea or coffee accompanied with a slice of homemade cake. Dinner is a 4-course meal with canapes and an aperitif followed by an appetiser, main course and dessert, completed with coffee and chocolates. During mealtimes, unlimited complimentary wine is served. A cooked breakfast is not available for one day a week as this will be the chalet hosts day off.

About Solden, Austria More information

Oh my goodness, Spectre was filmed here, so Sölden's definitely the place to go to be shaken and (not) stirred. It has three main peaks above 3000m - Gaislachkogl (3,058m), Tiefenbachkogl (3250m) and the highest Schwarze Schneide (3340m). How about that? With glacier skiing available too, that means the snow conditions are terrific and the season l...

  • Good for Off Piste
  • Good for Families
  • Good for Non-skiers
  • Groups
  • Lively Après Ski
  • High Altitude