Niederau/Oberau Reviews

Niederau/Oberau is a ski resort in Austria. You can view more Niederau/Oberau ski reviews or write your own review.

Average ratings from 4 reviews

Overall
(3.2 / 5)
Apres-Ski
(3 / 5)
Accommodation & Value
(0 / 5)

Customer Reviews


Great for family and learner - 15/03/2019
Overall

It's my first visit to Niederau staying at Harfenwirt (Harmony) Hotel. Niederau is small skiing resort with 2 blues, 4 reds and 3 black approx. If you are beginners then best to stay at the bottom of the cable cart where the nursery slopes are. However, the ski pass will allow you to use the other Auffach and Inneralpbach areas but you need a 20 mins bus hop away. There are a few bars and restaurants there in Niederau. Also a Spar convenient store.

Apres-Ski 3/5

Oscar

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08/04/2011
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Iglu ski were by far the best priced, most organised and helpful resort out there. Connections were well planned, staff were very helpful and a snowboard learners package with equipment and passes was arranged with no hiccups. The option of après activites were clearly presented every night at reasonable prices, and the resort surpassed expectation. The ski school chosen were of good reputation and taught to varied levels. Local knowledge was passed onto holiday groups, along side helpful tips. Overall we enjoyed a fantatic well budgeted week snowboarding with iglu. It's worth mentioning as we that at pre booking stage their well knowledged staff will take hood care of you matching you to the best options available. We were very happy with the service we received.

Apres-Ski 3/5

Naveen

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01/02/2010
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Returned from a week in Neiderau 23rd January 2010. I think this is definitely a resort for either beginners or people who would like to improve their technique and do not require a lot of variety (although Ski Welt with about 270 Km of Pistes is only 5Km away!). SKI PASSES - The locals do not advertise the following 2 ski passes but they are available: All star Austria Pass - which gives you access to most of Austrian Ski resorts which are all within range, its about 60 Euros more than the local one and will definitely keep you busy. Ski Welt pass (270Km of Pistes), this area can be accessed from Hoftgarden just 5Km away. APRES SKI: There are about 4 Apres ski bars, the most friendly we found to be dome at the bottom of one of the nursery slopes (the name escapes me) near O’mallys, run by a lovely Dutch couple. ACCOMODATION: We stayed in the Pension Dianne, a fantastic Hotel with excellent value for money and excellent Austrian cuisine. It is very clean throughout and has a no smoking bar and a very friendly and interesting owner. The resort was very quiet, so quiet in fact there was only 8 people in the hotel!

Malby

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13/02/2009
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We are a couple in our mid forties who were trying skiing for the first time. Got great assistance/advice from Damien at Igluski in choosing/booking a suitable resort which was Hotel Harfenwirt in Niederau, Austria (1.5hrs transfer from Salzburg). The Hotel was very acceptable for the price we paid. The older part of hotel is bit tired, however we were fortunate in getting a room in the newly built extension of the building which was 1st class. It was a lovely room with a balcony. Food was simple but sufficient and the only thing that could have been better if I was being really fussy. Checking in was a bit drawn out but we had our first encounter with owner Herbert who is best described as a bit eccentric but proved to be an entertaining and good host.(dont miss his harp playing!) The hotel is located directly opposite the meeting place for the beginner’s class of the ski school. The ski school which was booked through Igluski was fantastic, the instructors (Brian was ours) could not have been any more helpful, and got us all up to a fairly decent standard by the end of the week. For us the slopes were more than suitable with the first couple of days on the beginners slope outside hotel, then onto the slopes in the mountain area. The village itself is fairly small with a few bars and restaurants but to be honest we were so tired after our lessons at we were happy to spend evenings in our own hotel for dinner then a couple of beers before bed, ready for the next days lessons. Overall really happy with holiday.

K.McKinnon

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