Good to know
Corona information for your winter holiday 2021/22
The currently applicable 2G regulation for the hotel industry & gastronomy stipulates that a stay in our hotel is only possible with the status “vaccinated” or “recovered”. Please make sure that you can prove the legally required 2G (valid vaccination certificate or recovery notice) for arrival at our hotel.
What evidence applies to the 2-G rule?
• A certificate of recovery is valid for 180 days.
• A doctor’s confirmation is valid for 180 days after an expired infection with SARS-CoV-2. This must have been proven molecularly (e.B. PCR test).
• An official segregation notice is also valid for 180 days.
Proof of vaccination is the EU-compliant vaccination certificate, the yellow vaccination certificate, a vaccination card and a printout or a PDF (e.B. on the mobile phone) of the data from the e-vaccination certificate.
Immunization by two partial vaccinations: After receipt of the second vaccination, the validity period of the vaccination certificate is 360 days and at least 14 days must have elapsed between the two vaccinations. Since 6 December, the validity of this vaccination certificate is 270 days.
The obligation to provide a valid 2G proof does not apply to children up to the age of 12. For children from 12 to 15 years, a PCR test must be submitted upon arrival. During the stay, tests are required according to the legislator for access to the hotel, restaurants & also to the cable cars.
I have booked my holiday, but can not provide 2G proof
If you are neither vaccinated nor recovered and/or would like to refrain from vaccination in the future, we are unfortunately not allowed to host you with us according to the currently valid prescription. This means that if you are unable to provide 2G proof – at the latest on arrival – we are unfortunately not allowed to welcome you and are forced to charge you cancellation costs.
In addition, our current cancellation and contract conditions apply.
“SAFE IS SAFE – THE EUROPEAN TRAVEL INSURANCE”
For all those who want to plan their holiday a little more carefree, we recommend taking out travel cancellation insurance.
More information about insurance coverage for Covid-19 illness despite an upright pandemic can be found here.
For more information
Regulations of the Austrian Federal Government
All currently applicable measures taken by the Austrian Federal Government with regard to the fight against the coronavirus can be found here. We ask you to follow this and to inform yourself accordingly before your arrival.