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Hotel Hambergers-Posthotel | C. Hamberger | Kirchplatz 7 | 83242 Reit im Winkl
Tel: 08640-987-0 | Fax: 08640-8448 | email: info@hambergers-posthotel.de
 

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Pricelist 2008/09
 
Winter
Summer
Doubel room, bath/shower/WC
TV (Kabel),  per person und day
EUR
44,00/
55,00
39,00/
49,00
Singelroom,with bath/WC
TV (Kabel),fon/ per person and day
EUR
49,00/
56,00
44,00/
56,00
Lokal tax
EUR
2,30 per person and day
Halfbord(3-Gang-Menü)
EUR
15,00 per person and day
Extrabed
EUR
18,00 per person and day
Collective garage
EUR
6,00 per day
Singel garage
EUR
8,00 per day
Animals (dog)
EUR
6,00 pro Tag
Our preis are included buffet breakfast, service and surtax,lokal Tax isn`t included.

Group pricelist 2008 (more than 40 persons)
 
Winter
Sommer
Doubel room,bath,shower,WC
EUR
44,00
39,00
Singelroom
with bath,shower,WC
EUR
49,00
44,00
Halfbord (3-Gang-Menü)
EUR
15,00
Extrabed
EUR
20,00
       
       
Our preis are included buffet breakfast, service and surtax,lokal Tax isn`t included.
 
Dear organizer, with pleasure we submint you a personal offer for a spezail season.
       Cancellation period of the German hotel association              
-by cancellation 6 weeks for arrival you have to pay 60% of the          night
-loding allowance and 100 % by not arrival.

 

 

Welcome to oure Skirerot Hotel in the Austian Alps: Hambergers Posthotel Reit im winkl

A ski area is a developed recreational facility, usually on a mountain or large hill, containing ski trails and vital supporting services. It is common for a ski area to have food, rental equipment, parking facilities and a ski lift system catering to the sports of skiing and snowboarding. Normally located in high mountain areas (or at least on well-built-up hills) for adequate snow coverage, they have become ubiquitous in areas where skiing is a popular pastime. The paths are usually marked and known as runs, trails or pistes. Ski areas typically have one or more chair lifts for moving skiers rapidly to the top of hills, and to interconnect the various pistes. Rope tows can also be used on short slopes (usually beginner hills or bunny slopes). Larger ski areas may use gondolas or aerial trams for transportation across longer distances within the ski area.
A ski resort is a ski area plus amenities to make it a destination resort. This includes accommodations and other amenities adjacent to the ski area. Some ski resorts offer lodging options on the slopes themselves, with ski-in and ski-out access allowing guests to ski right up to the door. Ski resorts often have other activities, such as snowmobiling, sledding, horse-drawn sleds, dog-sledding, ice-skating, indoor or outdoor swimming, and hottubbing, game rooms, and local forms of entertainment, such as clubs, cinema, theatre and cabarets. Ski resorts may be self-contained and entirely devoted to ski tourism, (for example Vail ski resort) or they may be near a village or town that had a significant existence before the ski resort was built, such as Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Aspen, Colorado, or Park City, Utah.Though skiing is less dangerous than many popular sports (such as bicycling, golf, football, swimming, and weightlifting),[1][2][3] it is widely perceived as being high risk, in part due to significant accident rates as recently as the 1970s. Nevertheless, ski areas usually have at least a basic first aid facility, and some kind of ski patrol service to ensure that injured skiers are rescued. The ski patrol is usually responsible for rule enforcement, marking hazards, closing individual runs (if a sufficient level of hazard exists), and removing (dismissing) dangerous participants from the area.A mountain resort is a place to holiday or vacation located in mountains. Common activities include skiing, snowboarding, and ice skating, as well as summer activities such as hiking, mountain biking, golf, and tennis.
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