From simple to luxury chalets in the village or even directly on the slopes: Wens Chalets offers you a wide choice of chalets and ski areas and ensures your carefree winter sports.
Solden offers perfect snow conditions throughout the year which ensures fun for everyone. Many challenges can be found for experienced and unexperienced skiers and snowboarders.
Busy and cozy ski village!
From early afternoon until late at night, you can enjoy in Sölden lively apres-ski. In the village you will find several bars, pubs and clubs! You have more than enough choices at hand. For people who like variety there is the Freizeit Arena, where 36 sports can be practiced.
Chalet Jessica can be found right in the centre, across the Giggijochbahn. This cozy chalet can accommodate 10 to 12 people. With a cozy dining room, one double bedroom on the ground floor, four double bedrooms with ensuite facilities and an additional one room on the first floor, this chalet is perfect for families and / or friends.
The ski area of the Ötztal Arena is snow-sure because of it's height, but also because of two glaciers where you can ski in the summer. Forty lifts and 192 kilometres of slopes serve both beginners and the more advanced. The valley station, located at 1,350 meters, is the highest point at 3340 meters. The Ötztal Arena is the only ski resort in Austria that has three peaks above 3000 meters. In the ski resort of Sölden alone 23 mountain restaurants and huts can be found. From small wooden huts with guitar playing guests to bigger restaurants.
The staff is very important and crucial in the experience of the residence. Our staff member, Kim, was really super! However, we had had another staff member for two mornings during breakfast, significantly less experienced and less proficient concerning presentation. On the other hand Kim was very flexible, a super cook and very friendly and welcoming!
Lindsey - 19 January 2014
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