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Kempinski Das Tirol is a "quietly opulent world-within-a-world," says Travel + Leisure. It's a great choice in both the summer and winter, with miles of hiking trails and ski runs right on your doorstep. The ski town of Kitzbühel is a 10-minute drive, and there is a shuttle that runs four times a day and a free lift (in high season).
The décor is reminiscent of a European ski lodge (albeit a large one with a Porsche Lounge in the lobby) -- think dark wood panelling, stone fireplaces, rugs a-plenty and animal skins on the walls. There’s more wood in the bedrooms, heated floors, balconies with mountain views, and separate rainfall showers and deep bathtubs as standard.
Skiers are well catered to in the winter, with ski-in-ski-out access to 100 miles of runs and more than 50 gondolas and lifts in the area (including a free ski lift in front of the building). Hikers are also encouraged to use the cable cars year round (buy a Kitzbühel card rather than single journey tickets) and many of the local trails are suitable for running and cycling (bike rental is available at an extra charge).
The vast spa is stunning, including facilities such as Finnish, salt stone and lava saunas, waterbeds and an indoor pool. There is a no-garment policy in some areas here, which may not suit all guests. The outdoor heated pool and Jacuzzi, on the other hand, require swimming attire and have beautiful mountain views. There are also three private spa suites, with their own duo-pool and steam mud-treatment bath.
Breakfast is served in the main Restaurant Steinberg, and a 5-course dinner buffet is on offer in the evenings. There is also the fine-dining Restaurant Sra Bua, with pan-Asian fare on the à la carte menu. After dinner, retire to the Rubin Bar & Cigar Lounge for a snifter of cognac or glass of wine.
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