News from the Bismarck
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Read about whatâs been happening at the Hotel Bismarck. Here you can stay up-to-date on all the news from Bad Hofgastein.
from December 2018: RENOVATED WITH WOOD FLOORS
All rooms in the FĂŒrstenhaus,
single rooms de luxe and double rooms mountain view in the Stammhaus
*NEW* HIGH-SPEED Wi-Fi From December 2018
Unlimited and with up to 200Mb download speed, we are proud to offer guests (super) fast surfing. Netflix users can also enjoy watching their favourite shows and movies on their family holiday here.
With a lot of work and financial effort, we are happy to announce that we dug a fibre optic cable just for our hotel through the spa park â nothing gets the way of your getting online!
NEW: CABLE CAR FROM DECEMBER 2018
- Non-stop to the top â the new cable car covers six metres per second
- Multi-functional valley station â the most convenient with escalators, ski storage, ski hire and dining
- Easy to reach with the ski bus: stop right in front of the valley station
- From the new mountain station, you can choose from three ski slopes, from easy to difficult
- Top guarantee of snow
- The Schlossalm offers the longest downhill runs in the Eastern Alps â 10.4 km and 1,440 metres in altitude difference
The weeekend o 18-20 January 2019 is all about "Sound & Snow"
With the opening of the new Schlossalmbahn comes the start of a new chapter of success in Bad Hofgasteinâs tourism. During the unique Sound & Snow Festival, Gastein becomes the stage for many national and international superstars.
No matter which genre you like â there is something for everyone!
Schlager star Andrea Berg takes the stage Friday. On Saturday evening hip-hop group Die Fantastischen Vier will treat visitors to their most popular hits and songs from their new album âCaptain Fantastic Tourâ. And world-famous DJ Martin Garrix will rock the stage Sunday.
An extra special highlight will be on Sunday when DJ Ătzi stops by Bad Hofgastein as part of his tour. Heâll be performing at 11:00 at the Schlossalm (2,100 metres above sea level).