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RAMADA RESIDENCES SAALFELDEN

A quintessential all-season resort

Breathe in crisp mountain air. Stretch your legs on wooded hillsides. Kayak and cycle around lakes. Raft down rivers and whiz down ski runs. Unwind in spas and feast on rib-sticking mountain cuisine. Outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers will feel right at home at Ramada Residences by Wyndham Saalfelden, a mountain lodge-style resort with self-catering apartment-style residences in the heart of Austria’s Alps.

With pretty gardens and gorgeous views at every turn, the Resort has many secluded spots and cosy nooks for chilling and lapping up the surrounds. Sit on the sunny terrace overlooking the rolling green (or white) fields and peaks. On colder days, the toasty traditional bar is just the place for a warming tot of the local schnapps, hot chocolate or glass of Austrian wine as you gaze out the steamy windows.

You’re also close to one of the country’s most storybook cities, Salzburg. Surrounded by snowy peaks, the historic city dazzles with its medieval architecture, cobbled streets and musical pedigree.

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Winter Ski Holidays

Autumn brings a gorgeous glow while winter transforms the landscapes into a bewitching wonderland. Skiers and boarders come for the deep powder and smooth pistes while hikers head off to crunch around pristine snow-covered hills. The magnificent Grossglockner, the highest mountain in Austria, is a magnet for outdoor adventurers every month of the year.

Image credit: © Zell am See-Kaprun Tourismus – http://zellamsee-kaprun.com

Summer Fun

In spring and summer, the region’s network of hiking and mountain biking trails are the place to be. Cool off with a swim or paddle in beautiful lakes and picnic in flower-strewn meadows.

Image credit: © Zell am See-Kaprun Tourismus – http://zellamsee-kaprun.com

What's Included

at Ramada Residences Saalfelden

Free WiFi

Restaurant

Heated Swimming Pool

Free Parking

Housekeeping

Bar

Security

Children’s Play Area

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RESORT FACILITIES & SERVICES
  • Reception
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Children’s Play Area
  • Fitness Centre
  • Heated Swimming Pool
  • Sauna
  • Game Room
  • Billiard
  • Table Tennis
  • Parking
  • Bicycling
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry
RESIDENCE AMENITIES
  • Free WiFi
  • Safe
  • Cable Television
  • DVD PLayer
  • Telephone
  • Murphy Bed
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Oven
ACCESSIBILITY FACILITIES
  • Wheelchair accessible entrance
  • Parking/Drop off near entrance
  • Ramp Access
  • Brailed/Wheelchair Accessible Elevators

EXPERIENCE MORE

Salzburg

A scenic one hour drive north of Ramada Residences by Wyndham Saalfelden is Salzburg, Austria’s fourth largest city and the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The personification of a story-book city, its baroque architecture, churches, castles, palaces, and picturesque old town (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) are simply stunning.

Krimml Waterfalls

When the mood suits, you can waltz from experiencing historical cities to visiting geological wonders with effortless ease. For example, at an extraordinary height of 380 metres (Austria’s highest), Krimml Waterfall is a majestic spectacle of nature. Only an hours’ drive from Saafelden, this thunderous waterfall fills the air with white clouds of spray mist allowing billions of microscopic droplets to glitter in all the colours of the rainbow whenever the sun hits them.

Eisriesenwelt

Another natural wonder – and an Austrian bucket list staple – is Eisriesenwelt (“World of Ice Giants), the world’s biggest ice cave that extends 42km into the mountain and 100 million years in the making. The ice caves can only be visited as part of a guided 75-minute tour between May to October, which can include a ride on Austria’s steepest gondola lift to the cave entrance.