Safe holidays at the Fisserhof - in summer
We are very happy that we can look back on a wonderful and, above all, carefree summer season 2020. Our guests enjoyed their hiking and spa holiday at the Fisserhof to the fullest and took great memories home with them. We are very happy that there were no incidents and that our security measures have proven themselves. Many of you gave us positive feedback in this regard and in some cases gave us suggestions for improvement, which we were happy to take into account in our measures.
With us you are in the best hands for a safe holiday. Current information regarding winter 2021/22 can be found here.
There are many reasons for a summer holiday at the Fisserhof:
- We have adjusted our cancellation policy for summer & autumn 2021:
- You can cancel your holiday free of charge up to 14 days before arrival. If you cancel your booking 13 days to 8 days before the day of arrival, 70 % of the booking amount will be charged. If you cancel your holiday 7 days to 1 day before the day of arrival, 90 % of the booking amount will be charged (according to the GTC)
- If your arrival is not possible due to an entry or exit ban, your booking can be cancelled free of charge
- If a travel warning applies to our region in your country, which affects your travel period, and you have to be in quarantine after your departure, your booking can also be cancelled free of charge
- The Fisserhof offers plenty of space in the large garden as well as on the sun terrace and in the two large outdoor pools
- Uniform and fast access control in the region with the myVisitPass
- With our various restaurants, we offer enough space between the tables
- The Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis region invites you to a variety of outdoor activities. Use of the cable cars and the Super.Summer.Card. is already included in your vacation
- As a special highlight, we will also be offering an in-house mountain bike guide. Our guide Markus takes you on unforgettable mountain bike tours in our region on 6 days a week
- And of course we offer comprehensive hygiene measures for your and our safety throughout the hotel:
- We have installed numerous disinfectant dispensers throughout the hotel - we ask our guests, among other things, to use the dispensers in the restaurants before each course to the buffet
- All surfaces that one often comes into contact with, such as door handles, handrails, elevator buttons or reception terminals are disinfected every hour
The following regulations currently apply in Austria:
As of 15.09.2021
- When entering Austria, you need to show either a negative Covid test, a vaccine certificate or a proof of a past infection (the so-called 3 G rule - short for German “geimpft, getestet, genesen – vaccinated, tested, recovered”)
- “Tested” means that you can provide an antigen test (carried out by an authorised body) which is not older than 24 hours or a PCR test, not older than 72 hours. Children up to 12 years don’t need a test
- “Vaccinated” means you have received your second vaccination. Exception: For the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you are considered vaccinated from the 22nd day after vaccination
- “Recovered” means that you have already gone through a Covid infection – valid for 6 months after recovery. A prove of neutralizing antibodies is valid for 3 months after the day of the antibody test
- If you can’t prove a vaccine or a recovery, the following rules apply:
- During your stay in Hotel Fisserhof we offer an uncomplicated possibility to get tested directly in the hotel free of charge – you must get tested every day (from 12 years) in the hotel. This test is valid for 24 hours in the hotel and restaurants
- Since 01.07.2021 there is no longer a mask obligation in the hotel.
- The FFP2 mask obligation (mouth-nose protection for children from 6 years of age) currently applies in the supermarkets and in public transport (including gondola lifts).
- Unvaccinated persons are obliged to wear an FFP2 mask in all commercial establishments.
- Since 10.06.2021, the digital registration (Pre-Travel-Clearance) is not necessary any more – except for people travelling from a country with a high incidence rate and a virus variant area (14-day incidence higher than 500 per 100.000 inhabitants – this does currently not apply for any EU country)
We are happy to refer you to the website welcome.tirol for the current measures. You can find an overview of the individual areas here:
We are always happy to answer any questions you may have.