Hotel Review: Hotel SEPP

For this year’s summer getaway with my sister, we decided to stay in Austria and spent some days in Maria Alm, a village in the Austrian skiing resort Hochkönig. There, we stayed for two nights at Hotel SEPP, and when we got there, we were already warmly welcomed at the reception and shown around the main areas at the hotel. We booked the room category „Roomy“ with a balcony, a separate toilet, and an integrated bathroom with a shower and a sink right behind the bed. And not to forget: a super comfy and soft bed.

After a short break at our room, we put on our swimwear and went to the infinity pool at the hotel’s rooftop. From there, you also had a stunning view over the mountains surrounding the village. Besides enjoying breakfast or just a cup of tea and some snacks from the afternoon snack buffet at the hotel’s rooftop terrace, they also had an Airstream sauna up there.

But not only the rooftop there, but also the food at the hotel was delicious.
The day at Hotel SEPP starts at the breakfast buffet, offering everything and even more you need for a great start to the day. In addition, you can also order à la carte dishes like scrambled eggs, porridge, or the „choice of the day“, a daily changing breakfast dish. While breakfast was included in the room rate we booked, you can also upgrade to half-board and have dinner at the hotel’s restaurant. Therefore, you only need to make a reservation first. The dinner menu is a set menu with vegetarian options and is served every evening at 7.30 pm at the hotel’s attic. There, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar or watch the chefs doing their magic at the show kitchen.

Besides the delicious food and everything else the hotel had to offer, we also loved the friendly staff, which was always at our assistance and thus, made our stay extremely enjoyable. Therefore, Hotel SEPP is a great place to relax, calm down and enjoy a time-out in the mountains. Plus, when staying at Hotel SEPP, you get the „Hochkönig Card“. This card gives you free or discounted access to various activities and offers across the region, including free rides on the cable car and all public transport within the Pinzgau region.

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