The alpine, modern and elegant Hotel Panorama Obertauern welcomes its guest to the famous Salzburg winter sports resort of the same name. Situated right next to the Gamsleiten ski lift, the hotel offers ski-in and ski-out for winter sports fans. The family-run boutique hotel is the smallest four-star superior hotel in Obertauern, which is why personal and bespoke service is given top priority. The 46 alpine and yet elegant style rooms and suites are unparalleled beautiful havens. The roughly 1,000 sqm wellness area over two floors with pool, whirlpool, herb bath and much more offers high-end relaxation. The wellness oasis’ ultimate highlight is the panorama sauna complex that reveals a uniquely beautiful view over Obertauern’s snowy mountain tops. Another highlight at the Hotel Panorama Obertauern is the award-winning à la carte restaurant. Pure indulgence is on the menu here, as traditional dishes are magically turned into modern gourmet treats using the best ingredients.
The roughly 42 sqm Kuschelsuite Deluxe is perfect for cosy time alone together. The suite invites you to relax with its comfortable box spring bed, free-standing bath, spacious bathroom and balcony. Elegant timber and light knotty oak give the room its distinctive alpine style. The large windows and balcony bring the magical mountains right into your room.
ALPINE LIFESTYLE AND WARM HOSPITALITY IN AN IMPRESSIVE MOUNTAIN SCENERY.
Obertauern is probably one of the most well-known ski resorts in the Salzburg mountains. At 1,630 to 2,313 metres altitude, snow is guaranteed from November to May. With 100 kilometres of connected slopes in total, 26 km of cross-country skiing trails, state-of-the-art lifts and lots of après-ski on offer, winter sports fans really get their money’s worth. Obertauern is particularly well-known for its night skiing – skiers can skilfully swish over the slopes under a starry sky. Adrenaline junkies can also find Europe’s steepest mogul slope here in jet black category with up to 100 percent drops! Obertauern’s mountains are worth a visit in summer too though: natural spectacles like the Johannes Waterfall, numerous hiking trails and alpine pastures invite you to enjoy the Salzburg Alps to the full.