Solden AccommodationSolden has a near equal distribution of two, three and four or five star hotels, as well as an assortment of bed and breakfast pensions.
This is a Goldilocks sort of town – with 10,000 beds there’s bound to be one that’s juuuust right. There is a near equal distribution of two, three and four/five star hotels, plus an assortment of bed and breakfast pensions. Most are on the hulking side of traditional Austrian chalet architecture and layered on, or within walking distance of, the main drag – though you may easily find yourself a hike too far in ski boots from the gondolas. The three-star Hotel Garni Sunshine is dangerously convenient for the Fire and Ice bar.
The four-star Alphof, outside town, is convenient for the bus but requires a taxi for late evenings. The five-star Central claims one of the most extensive wine cellars in the Alps. Staying up at the ski-in ski-out hamlet of Hochsolden is a very quiet affair; staying in one of the pensions or large four stars like the Sonnenhotel may require a love of Scrabble for subdued evenings and chains for the steep nine kilometre drive back to civilisation.