Choosing a holiday destination can be tricky, especially during those colder months of the year where every destination looks a little drab compared to its summertime glory. But it doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom – Austrian ski resort holidays are ideal for year-round visitation, and the sheer number of activities on offer changes to suit the time of year.
Kristall Spaces hosts property for sale within Austria, but their luxury Alpine ski apartments are also available for rental purposes.
Positioned in the most scenic locations Austria has to offer, each resort includes heated indoor and outdoor pools, gyms, cinemas, restaurants, and underground parking. For the more summery pastimes, hiking, trekking, abseiling and mountain biking are the most popular – there’s even a ‘nursery slope’ to help teach children how to ski and snowboard, and numerous skilled instructors are only too happy to teach you and your loved ones.
If you have any doubts about the viability of an Alpine ski resort for hosting children and keeping them entertained, the Telegraph nominates Kristall Spaces among a list of the most child-friendly holiday getaways.
Best of all, if you purchase a property with Kristall Spaces, they’ll maintain the accommodation and even rent it out for you while you’re away. Furthermore, each property has an average growth rate of 4.6% – that’s enough to pay for your child’s university tuition fees!
Metro created an easily digestible guide for anyone looking to make an investment decision, as well as a detailed rundown of what you can expect to find in each destination.
The Evening Standard also gives their seal of approval, stating that Austria has become a delightful place to escape to at any time of year, but that skiing-based activities will naturally be more viable in the colder months.
Nevertheless, every resort is under constant development by Kristall Spaces, with new locations and apartments popping up all the time. For a full list of their progress and advancements, see their website. Current venues include Ötztal, Karwendel, St Anton, Kühtai, Fieberbrunn, Ischgl and Sölden.