Grand Tirolia Golf Packages Are A Breath Of Fresh Air
Grand Tirolia Kitzbuhel's new packages will have golfers sloping off to the mountains with a spring in their step.
With the hotel set alongside the Wilder Kaiser mountain range in the Austrian Alps and with the acclaimed Golf Eichenheim as the centrepiece of the spectacular complex, the three-night Explore Eichenheim package starts at just €527 per person and includes a host of benefits.
Included in the package are two green fees to play the stunning par-71 course, which was the first entry in world-renowned golf course architect Kyle Phillips' portfolio. Featuring several jaw-dropping elevated tee shots and breathtaking scenery throughout the round, Golf Eichenheim provides a memorable experience for golfers of all levels and hosted the Million Dollar Hole in One grand final last year.
Aside from the golf, full use of the luxury resort's extraordinary 1,500m² Grand Alps SPA is also included to entice guests.
The stunning facility boasts an inviting indoor/outdoor pool, six different sauna experiences and 13 treatment rooms for individual beauty treatments with a complimentary golfer's massage also included.
And there are some fabulous extra touches with each day kicked off in style with a Prosecco breakfast, while a complimentary drink in the Lobby Bar and three tokens for the driving range are also part of the offer, which is now available for reservations from April 2018.
Another of the tempting offers is the Golf Eichenheim Unlimited package, which is a two-night stay and daily unlimited green fees at Golf Eichenheim (starting from €346). There is also a bad weather insurance policy included, which entitles you to a 50-per-cent discount on one spa treatment in the unlikely event Golf Eichenheim is unplayable.
Other packages are also available including the Golf & Spa which entitles two guests to take advantage of the stunning facilities at Grand Tirolia.
This constitutes a two-night stay in a double room Superior incl. Prosecco breakfast, two unlimited green fees for one guest, while the other indulges in a 50-minute massage and one herbs or honey-pine bath (starting from €422).
The high standard of service throughout the resort, located just an hour or so from Salzburg, is also underlined with mineral water in your room on arrival, free parking in the underground car park and free WIFI throughout the hotel.
The broad array of dining choices and refreshments also makes for an attractive proposition. The Golf Bistro offers authentic local cuisine, the hotel's Eichenheim restaurant provides national and international specialities, while the Herbarium Bar is the place to visit for mouth-watering cocktails.
During the winter season, the popular ski areas in the world-famous Kitzbühel region are within easy reach from the resort, while the summer months present a host of sport and leisure opportunities for high-octane excitement, pure relaxation or a combination of the two. At certain times of the year, it's even possible to ski and play golf on the same day.
Vaclav Vitek, general manager at Grand Tirolia Kitzbühel, said: "We look forward to welcoming many more visitors in 2018 and we believe these new packages will give our guests the perfect taste of what a stay at Grand Tirolia Kitzbühel entails."
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