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BEDS OF THE WEEK – CENTRAL HOTELS SELLING FAST!

HIGH DEMAND MEANS TOP BEDS ARE ALREADY SELLING OUT!

Since Snowbombing went on sale a fortnight ago, we’ve been utterly blown away by the demand, and we’re seeing record sell-out times for some of our most prized hotels. There is already no room in the inn at Hotel Pension Strolz, customer favourite Hotel Jagerhof and the Hotel Perauer.

Check out our pick of the best remaining options this week. Send around to your mates and then stick your £50 deposit (+ £20 booking fee) down lively, as we expect these to sell out fast. Wúnderbar!

HOTEL STRASS - LESS THAN 40% OF ROOMS LEFT!

From £667 pp for 6 nights’ accomm + festival wristband

The Hotel Strass is at the epicentre of everything during Snowbombing week. Its location is unbeatable: right next door to the Penkenbahn ski lift, opposite Hans the Butcher, and the home of 3 Snowbombing club venues – The Arena, Ice Bar and Sports Bar. It also boasts a superb spa and wellness area, gym, sauna, steam room, swimming pool, and a set of masseurs who’ll pound your piste-weary bones into submission. With singles, doubles, triples, quads and suite rooms all on offer, it’s high time we shouted long live the Hotel Strass from the rooftops.

HOTEL BRUCKE - LESS THAN 10 ROOMS LEFT!

From £623 pp for 6 nights’ accomm + festival wristband

Ideal for hitting the slopes or slinking into bed at the crack of dawn, the hugely popular Hotel Brucke stands at the top of the main high street – less than two minutes from both the in town ski lifts and quite  literally attached to the Bruck n’ Stadl. Complete with a stunning spa area with a steam room, Finnish sauna and Kneipp pool to nurse those ski injuries, places in this pad fly out quicker than you can say ‘pillow chocolate’. If you’re keen on this one, then don’t hang about…

PENSION BIRKENHOF - GREAT VALUE BED!

From £369 pp for 5 nights’ accomm + festival wristband

One of our most iconic cribs, this traditional and very central Tyrolean guesthouse offers terrific value for money and stunning alpine views. Family-owned, the Birkenhof is a popular place to stay for Snowbombers seeking a slice of the real Austria but still close to party central. Like Helmut the gardener, rooms are rustic and simple… Think the ‘Sound of Music’ with Wi-Fi, great breakfasts and only a 15 minute stroll to the headline Snowbombing venues.

HOTEL DENGGERHOF - LESS THAN 10 BEDS LEFT!

The Landhotel Denggerhof is situated in the sought-after Zillertal Valley in the heart of Tyrol. With the surrounding villages of Mayrhofen on your doorstep, take the time to explore the stunning suburbia of Ramsau and Schwendau. Take a short 15 minute walk into town to explore the heart of the festival and visit our headline venues, or hop on the nearby 2 minute ski bus. TOP TIP – the Denggerhof boasts a game room, swimming pool, sauna, and tanning booth. It’s also ideal for Road Trippers, with ample parking. All in all, a seriously solid option for Snowbombing. Please note, you are able to arrive on 5th April only at Hotel Denggerhof.

APARTMENTS - BEST OPTION FOR BIG GROUPS!

Central Apartments – from £589 pp for 6 nights’ accomm + festival wristband

Best Value Apartments – from £249 pp for 5 nights’ accomm + festival wristband

2-8 Person Central Apartments – the most budget-friendly option from just £249 pp (inc. BF) for 5 nights’ stay + festival wristband. Whether you’re travelling to the mountains in a quad, a 5-piece or an 8 man dream team, if you are looking for a budget-friendly, self-catered option, we have apartments to suit. A leisurely walk, short taxi ride or the free ski bus will take you to Snowbombing’s hub with ease. All apartments come with a fully equipped kitchen – great for those looking to all eat together and save the cash for the bars. Apartments comprise of Austrian twin beds, bunk beds, sofa beds and living areas perfect for pre-parties…  Some apartments also have a balcony available on a first-come-first-served basis, so you better gather the troops quickly to snap up those mountain views.