Hotel Restaurant Spa Rosengarten
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Gourmet golf heaven in the Kitzbühel Alps
Golfers of all ages and abilities will find the perfect conditions to develop, improve or simply enjoy their game within striking distance of the Hotel Restaurant Spa Rosengarten. Perfect greens, challenging fairways and the ever-impressive backdrop of the surrounding mountains make the Kitzbühel Alps area one of the most stunning golfing regions in the world.
Golf and gourmet go hand in hand at the five-star Rosengarten: the only hotel in Austria with two award-winning restaurants – there’s a whopping seven Gault&Millau toques under one roof! There’s the Bistro-Restaurant Rosengarten, managed by head chef Martin Kinast, offering a modern interpretation of typical Austrian Alpine cuisine with a sophisticated twist. Then there’s the internationally acclaimed Restaurant Simon Taxacher at the apex of Austria’s culinary scene.
Guests at the Rosengarten have access to a range of benefits and discounts. Take advantage of the special green fee discounts and try their beginner’s and proficiency licence courses. They also offer trial membership and invite you to join their free three-hour taster course every Sunday.
What gourmet golf dreams are made of
The award-winning Restaurant Simon Taxacher combines golf and gourmet delights – two closely linked passions presented as a delightful symbiosis. Simon Taxacher leaves nothing to chance when it comes to his culinary masterpieces. His impeccable craftsmanship, bold flavours, precision and ability to capture the zeitgeist on guests’ plates has resulted in him being recognised as one of the country’s top chefs – and deservedly so. Restaurant Simon Taxacher is also the first and only restaurant in Tyrol to be awarded two Michelin stars.
Time to unwind
Take some time between a round of golf and an award-winning meal to enjoy the Rosengarten SPA and immerse yourself in a world of harmony, calm and relaxation. A 15m indoor pool, an outdoor pool with a sunbathing lawn, a Finnish sauna, a marble steam room and relaxation areas with waterbeds await, along with the Rosen Private Spa Suite for secluded relaxation time. Those looking for more active pursuits can work up a sweat in the gym, while guests in search of pampering can enjoy soothing spa and beauty treatments.
The Rosengarten golfing partners
GC KITZBÜHELER ALPEN WESTENDORF
18-HOLE, PAR 72, MAX. 5,882M
A golfing jewel on the sunny plateau south-west of Westendorf. Flat fairways that are easy to walk but also challenging. If your game is less than precise, you’ll need to take plenty of golf balls to these gorgeous yet narrow fairways! Tip: Visitthe clubhouse terrace with its panoramic view of the 18th and Hohe Salve mountain beyond.
- GC KITZBÜHEL-SCHWARZSEE-REITH
18-HOLE, PAR 72, MAX. 6,104M
Varied fairways, challenging water hazards and splendid views. Plus: PGA venue! The course starts with a 500m-long opening hole! Another notable hole is the par 3 ‘mousetrap’ (number 16), which is played over a small ravine!
- GOLF EICHENHEIM
18-HOLE, PAR 71, MAX. 6,092M
Few golf courses in Europe offer such charm. Nestled in the mountains of the Kitzbühel Alps between rock faces and forests, the course was conceived by designer Kyle Phillips in 2000. Unique!
GC HOHE TAUERN NATIONAL PARK, MITTERSILL-HOLLERSBACH-STUHLFELDEN
18-HOLE, PAR 70, MAX. 5,720M
Rich greens, a level terrain, a rustic barn, a couple of ponds and a small stream – framed by the mountains of the Hohe Tauern National Park. Golfing heart, what more could you desire?
- GC KITZBÜHEL
9-HOLE, PAR 35, MAX. 2,805M
Austria’s Best Golf Course 2017 and 2018 (World Golf Awards)! 30 hectares of tranquil parkland in the heart of the historic town of Kitzbühel. An unparalleled architectural landscape of water features and mature trees. Good to know: The club has the highest number of single-digit handicappers in the whole of Austria.
- SHORT DISTANCE
Nearby golf courses: Kitzbüheler Alpen Westendorf, Kitzbühel-Schwarzsee, Eichenheim, Kitzbühel, Rasmushof and Wilder Kaiser in Ellmau.
Photocredit: Golf club Schwarzsee Kitzbuehel, Golf club Westendorf