With the village centre only a few minutes' walk away and the ski bus stop nearby, the Maximilian is a perfect choice for those wanting convenient, cosy and simple accommodation. This guesthouse offers bed and breakfast or an optional upgrade to half board with dinner in local restaurants.
Part of the larger SkiWelt area - the mostly tree-lined Söll has long been a favourite, especially with families, intermediates and party lovers. The SkiWelt is Austria’s second largest fully linked ski area with 280km of slopes – so there’s plenty of scope to keep even the most intrepid of skiers busy all week. Söll is fairly compact, full of quaint, chalet-style buildings and a pretty church. The slopes are a little way from the main hotels, so use the ski buses. Busy bars with live music provide your après fix and are great value, especially for a ski resort.
• 5 minute walk to the village centre.
• 3 minute walk to the ski bus stop.
• 15 minute walk to the Hochsöll gondola.
Features of Pension Maximilian, Soll
Accommodation in Pension Maximilian, Soll
• Twin room with shared facilities - sleeps 2: Austrian twin beds and shared bathroom facilities.
• Twin room with separate WC - sleeps 2-3: Austrian twin beds, single sofa bed, private shower (in room) and WC (in the corridor).
• Twin room with shared facilities - sleeps 2: twin beds and shared bathroom facilities.
• Single room with shared facilities - sleeps 1: single bed and shared bathroom facilities.
Austrian twin beds: Austrian twin beds are very common in Central Europe. They’re simply one large bed frame containing two single mattresses, both with separate duvets and linen sets, that cannot be separated. Separate twin beds are less common and can often be head to head beds, rather than side by side, if they are available.
Meals in Pension Maximilian, Soll
Bed & Breakfast
• Continental breakfast.
• Optional upgrade to half board with Dine Around vouchers to use in selected local restaurants.
Dine Around vouchers: One voucher per person per day to be redeemed against a set menu in a variety of traditional and well-known restaurants, such as Postwirt, Söller Stub’n, Feichters Stüberl or Christophorus. We recommend booking a table in advance. Menus may be similar across the restaurants and can be picked up from the restaurants in advance so you can plan your meals.
Please note, many Austrian hotels do not serve free tap water with meals.