COOEE alpin Hotel Bad Kleinkirchheim

Dorfstrasse 78
9546 Bad Kleinkirchheim
Carinthia, Austria
  • EcoLabel numberAT/051/141
  • accessible
  • bicycle
  • non smoking
  • suitable for people with allergy
  • WIFI
  • WIFI in rooms
Price Category
  • over 60
Hotel stars
  • ?
Additional Offers
  • child-friendly
Business Location
  • distance to train100 m

Bad Kleinkirchheim in Carinthia offers everything you could dream of for the perfect vacation. It is not only home to two thermal baths and several mountain railroads, but also the home of the COOEE alpin Hotel. With many benefits included: a large free parking, a rich breakfast, two saunas and a fitness room. In addition to the functional and cozy rooms in the well-known COOEE alpin style, here in Bad Kleinkirchheim you will find everything you need for your vacation in the Alps.  The resort has made an international name for itself with its imposing landscape and as a Ski World Cup resort at 1100 m above sea level. Here visitors can experience Austria's southernmost province in its most beautiful and varied form. There are countless opportunities to explore the Nockberge mountains - relaxing in the thermal baths, winter sports and hiking in Bad Kleinkirchheim and the St. Oswald Biosphere Park, swimming in one of the numerous lakes such as Lake Millstätter See. Bad Kleinkirchheim impresses with a breathtaking mountain panorama and fresh mountain air, sunshine and snow in winter and refreshing bathing lakes in summer. Those who spend their vacations here are guaranteed to be amazed.

Not only the nature in Bad Kleinkirchheim impresses, but also the commitment of the COOEE alpin hotel to sustainable tourism. The hotel takes responsibility towards the environment and encourages a more sustainable awareness among guests and staff. One example of this is the photovoltaic system on the hotel's roof, which makes an essential contribution to energy production. COOEE alpin Hotel actively promotes sustainable tourism and therefore contributes to maintaining the beauty of the Nockberge mountains for future generations.