Welcoming character, great for families and a wonderful view from the balcony.
Comfortable rooms, all with balcony and some with a small kitchen.
Comfortable and spacious rooms with balcony and a lovely view over the mountains.
Spacious family room with living room and bedroom separated by a door, all with a balcony.
Small, lovely and so comfortable.
Cosy apartments with connection to hotel.
Holiday apartments for every requirement.
Something special like this is unique! The position? Only the loveliest in Seefeld...
The top winter event from our point of view is the Nordic World Cup that has been held in mid-January for a few years now. Expect a tremendous atmosphere while the event is taking place (and before and after!).
It has a particular meaning for us, as Mr Wilhelm Köstinger, who exemplified the Hotel Charlotte for 50 years, was in his more youthful days a member of the Nordic Combined team in the 1964 Winter Olympics and later had much to do with the development of the sport here.
And in winter 2019 Seefeld hosted the Nordic World Championships for the second time!
The Snow Festival, usually held at the end of January, is particularly popular. Teenagers from the surrounding woodworking schools have the chance to show off their skills by carving ice sculptures. Naturally there is also a party in the village square at the end...
And those of you who like the sound of "Alpine Rock" will find Seefeld takes care of you. There are a couple of Open-Air Concerts in February with artists such as Andreas Gabalier, Gilbert, etc.
Of course, the Olympiaregion doesn't forget the more sporty amongst you. The Ganghofer Race in Leutasch, held at the end of February or beginning of March, challenges both old and young each winter.
One of our absolute highlights during the year is the Handicrafts Festival, which takes place in September.
Here you can see traditional trades and crafts at close hand and get an idea of some of the old customs and handmade pieces of art.
There is a parade of traditional costumes and music as well as stands where it is possible to buy your own traditional handmade piece of local art.
Our children, the younger generation, enjoy the Village Festival and other ones organised by the local community groups. Music, chatting and enjoying the party atmosphere is what it's all about. These events take place mostly in June or July.
But there are plenty of summer events for all tastes: for example, the festival of folk music at the end of May/beginning of June (depending on when the holiday falls); the Karwendel Walk; the Market Days...