Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming

Guide to Gay Friendly Hotels in Schladming Austria (2024 Updated)

Schladming is a small former mining town in the northwest of the Austrian state of Styria that is now a popular tourist destination and with a few gay friendly hotels Schladming.

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1. Hotel Mitterhofer 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Schladming


Gay Friendly Hotels Schladming
Gay Friendly Hotels Schladming

This traditional hotel enjoys a central location close to the ski slopes of Schladming, Styria’s premier winter resort.

A family-run hotel in typical Styrian style, Hotel Mitterhofer is only a 5-minute walk from the Planai cable car. The town centre of Schladming can be reached in a 10-minute walk, and the train station in 5 minutes. Hiking and cycling tracks start at the doorstep.

During summer guests enjoy free drinks between 08:00 and 23:00 as part of the Mitterhofer Premium All Inclusive.

The Hotel Mitterhofer in Schladming is the first choice for relaxing and sporty holidays in Styria. Lots of different activities start directly on the doorstep from the hotel. With a family history of almost 130 years you find your hosts with passion and tradition. We are looking forward to welcome you in our house!

The location of the hotel is perfect for accessing the ski area. It’s about a five minute walk to the Planai West gondola station, which we think provides best access to the whole area (being in the centre of the connected ski area and allowing immediate access to the slopes on both the Planai and Hochwurzen mountains). The location is also convenient for the town centre – it’s about a fifteen minute walk, so close enough to access everything, but also far enough away to avoid the noise and madness of the Night Race party.

Everything in this hotel is very good: perfect location in 200 meters to lifter, comfortable rooms, nice breakfasts and dinners, superb SPA-complex.

Excellent hotel, warm and extremely friendly and helpful hotel personnel. Very comfortable, large well serviced rooms. Good views. Good location, close to Planai west gondola and lift ticket purchase and ski hire. Easy walk into town centre.a most enjoyable place to stay with good, hearty breakfast prior to a day skiing.

The doubles were in fact family rooms so extremely spacious and the singles were also spacious. All the rooms had large bathrooms and were spotlessly clean. We all liked the fact that bathrobes were provided which we used to go down to the spa area. There is a small but lovely indoor/outdoor pool, steam room, sauna and solarium. This was great after a day’s skiing and is only available to adults after 6pm.

The other facilities in the hotel were a small gym, table tennis table, table football, a nice bar areas and various nooks and crannies to sit about it. There restaurant is very pleasant and the food was very good quality and nicely served. The staff coped extremely well with one of our party’s dietary requirements. The hotel has activities each day (ranging from wine tasting to horse drawn carriage rides) which are free if you have booked a package direct with them but are at reasonable cost if you are there as part of a package holiday as we were. It is less than a 10 minute flat walk to the quieter of the ski lifts (Planai West).

The quality of the hotel exceeded our expectations with its lovely leisure facilities after a full day on the slopes. The staff were most helpful and friendly and the breakfasts and dinners were outstandingly delectable, Having the gondola station just 5 minutes away with heated lockers and fast lifts was a real bonus.

The Planai west cable car and Rohrmoos chair were both only a 5 min walk away (maybe 10 mins in ski boots) The spa was a fantastic way to relax after a long day of snow-sports and I very much enjoyed relaxing in the pool while looking across to the Dachstein range, marveling in the majesty of the sun setting and turning the rocks a beautiful golden colour. The food was delicious with a good choice of options for an evening meal as well as a plentiful and varied breakfast buffet to enjoy every morning.

Gay Friendly Hotels Schladming
Gay Friendly Hotels Schladming

How much does a room costs at Hotel Mitterhofer Schladming?


Prices start 149$/night for Double Room with Balcony. The Junior Suite with Balcony is 182$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Each room has its own balcony with a beautiful view of the Schladminger Tauern. The rooms have a modern alpine design.

Where to book online – Hotel Mitterhofer – Gay Friendly Hotels Schladming – you can find the best hotels deals in Schladming during Mid Europe Schladming Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Schladming on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


2. Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming 4* – Gay Friendly Schladming

Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming
Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming

This 4-star gay friendly hotel in the centre of Schladming, just 450 m from the Planai Cable Car, offers a 1,500 m² spa area, a restaurant, and free WiFi. All rooms have a balcony overlooking the mountains.

Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming’s spacious rooms are furnished in an elegant Alpine style and feature a bathroom and a living area with satellite TV and a minibar.

The Acquapura Spa includes an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, a sauna area, a private spa, a fitness area, and relaxation rooms.

The restaurant at the Falkensteiner Schladming Hotel serves Alpine and Mediterranean cuisine, as well as classic Styrian cuisine made from regional products. A wide range of Styrian wines is offered, and there is also a hotel bar.

See why so many travelers make Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming their hotel of choice when visiting Schladming. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.

As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.

Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage while staying at Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming. In addition, Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Schladming trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.

When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Steakhouse Friesacher, which is a barbeque restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.

Looking for something to do in Schladming? Nickelmuseum (0.7 mi) is a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming as you experience all of the things Schladming has to offer.

The Falkensteiner Hotel in Schladming is a modern, new hotel with excellent rooms, warm atmosphere, great food and an extensive wellness area. The service is friendly and competent, and the location is really good for skiers looking to access the Planai.

The rustic feel of the hotel comes from your room. It’s got a lot of wood! It’s bright and cheerful. The open view shower has a curtain that can be pulled to give privacy if needed. My room was on the first floor and happened to have an extra large balcony… probably twice the regular size. Huge bathroom with lighted mirror and lots of cabinets throughout room for storage if needed. I only had a shower but it was rain shower and had great pressure. The food was included (breakfast/dinner). They had a great selection. Large salad bar, various breads, cheese, and soup all of which were buffet style. The main course gave you 3 choices each night.

Location is excellent, rooms very clean and comfortable, convenient parking, food plenty and very tasty… But what is amazing is SPA esp indoor and outdoor pools…indoor is open until midnight, which is very convenient if you want to relax before going to bed…both pools are heated over 30 C.

Modern design and interiors but still retaining the warmth and quirks of a traditional hotel. A special shout out to the architect or lighting designer – brilliantly done! Our room was sublimely comfortable.

The linen, pillows, bathroom products, Nespresso coffee machine and facilities were superb as was the little welcoming touch of a small selection of cakes and fruit. Housekeeping was good and efficient.

Excellent breakfasts and I especially commend this hotel for the very good selection for those of us who have special dietary requirements i.e. gluten free, lactose free.
Great dinners with a good balance of buffet (salad, soup and cheese courses) and served (starter, main and desert), it’s actually good to be able to move around a bit and also to make your own choices, preferences and quantities.

Professional and friendly waitron service.

The bar area is great for just chilling out or a pre/post dinner drink or two.
The Spa area with steam and sauna rooms and various pools are first class and well maintained – there are several relaxation areas to choose from and having had past negative experiences with young children causing mayhem, we were happy with ‘no under 16’s’ policy inside the private spa area.

How much does a room costs at Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming?


Prices start 285$/night for Superior Double Room. The Junior Suite  is 445$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Very spacious room with a separate living area featuring a flat-screen satellite TV and a minibar, a large bathroom, and a balcony overlooking the mountains.

Where to book online – Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming – Gay Friendly Hotels Schladming – you can find the best hotels deals in Schladming during Mid Europe Schladming Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Schladming on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


3. Chalets Coburg Gay Friendly Hotels Schladming

Chalets Coburg
Chalets Coburg

Right at the Planai main cable car and the center of Schladming, Chalets Coburg provides accommodation with free WiFi, ski-to-door access, terrace, views of the Dachstein and access to the garden.

Units include a balcony with mountain views, a fully equipped kitchen, a private bathroom with shower and soft bathrobe and sauna slippers. Interior design of the apartments comes with materials such as wood and stone and combining traditional touches with contemporary stylishness.

A buffet breakfast can be enjoyed at the property and many restaurants can be found in the vicinity. The guests can also enjoy breakfast delivery for enjoying breakfast in bed.

At the aparthotel guests are welcome to take advantage of a sauna.

Huge selection of the breakfast. Even for the vegans, vegetarians too. Amazing view from the apartment.

How much does a room costs at Chalets Coburg?


Prices start 151$/night for Apartment QUEEN. The Apartment BASIC ONE is 154$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Two-room apartment with a bedroom with a double bed.
– 1 double bed settee in the living area – 1 bathroom with natural stone basin and rain shower – 1 separate WC – 1 south-facing balcony accessible from the living room – 1 south-facing balcony accessible from the bedroom – a tranquil location with a limited view on the edge of the wilderness

Where to book online – Chalets Coburg – Gay Friendly Hotels Schladming – you can find the best hotels deals in Schladming during Mid Europe Schladming Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Schladming on Booking.com or Trivago.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


by Sorin

Sorin is a freelance travel writer. He is an experienced travel writer and traveller. Since 2012 he explored more than 60 countries on 4 continents: Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. Currently is based in Romania after spending the last 7 years in Myanmar.