The biggest name in world skiing, Kitzbühel is almost peerless for corporate ski events. Kitzbühel is hands down the best resort in the Alps, the après ski is legendary and the ski area huge. Kitzbühel is an event planner’s dream.


The absolute pinnacle of the winter sports calendar, the Kitzbühel Hahnenkamm Streif race takes place each January and is one of the reasons that Kitzbühel is such a colossal brand. The live event is beyond compression – the absolute pinnacle of winter sports events. The course dominates the resort skyline and outputs skiers to the magnetic seats of Das Mocking – a legendary après ski hut at the base of the world’s most famous strip of snow.

Corporate ski trip planners will appreciate a big ski area that is ideal for mixed ability groups, whilst the Kitzbühel area is located with numerous other linked ski areas on the horizon. And when the lifts stop, Kitzbühel après ski is absolutely legendary with bars such as the Londoner playing a central role in the history of après ski.

The medieval centre of Kitzbühel exudes style and luxury, with a labyrinth of walkways around Kitzbühel centre offering numerous impressive shops and entertainment venues. The medieval charm, upmarket & stylish hotels and endless resort facilities mean that Kitzbühel is just about peerless, anywhere in the world. Debate rages about the best skiing in the world, the question of best corporate ski resort is just about settled.

Group dining in Kitzbühel is an absolute joy, with quality restaurants available, both in the resort and the local peaks. Activities are another stand-out feature of Kitzbühel for corporate ski events – everything from paragliding, spa days, day trips to Innsbruck or Salzburg, and snow polo are possible in and around the resort.


Facts & figures

    • Resort: 762 m
    • Top lift: 1993 m
    • Lifts: 51
    • Season: Nov-Apr
    • Inhabitants: 8331

Airport transfers

    • Salzburg | 49 miles
    • Innsbruck | 61 miles
    • Munich | 103 miles


    • Après ski
    • Shopping
    • Ice driving
    • Hot air ballooning
    • Casino
    • Snow polo
    • Tobogganing


    • Hahnenkamm Streif ski route
    • Linked ski region
    • FIS race course


There are 2 distinct ski areas above Kitzbühel, the Hahnenkamm side and the Kitzbüheler Horn area. Of the 2 the Hahnenkamm offers the vast majority of terrain whilst the Horn side provides the Kitzbühel snow park. As the name suggests, the Kitzbühel Hahnenkamm sector is home to the most famous ski piste in the world – the Streif, AKA the Hahnenkamm. Outside of the FIS race preparation period, this ski route is a major draw for corporate ski groups – men form the boys and all that!

As well as being bigger, the Hahnenkamm area also links with neighbouring areas such as Kirchberg, the Westendorf ski area and also serves as the access point to Pass Thurn, the extent of the Kitzbühel ski area to the south of the town. Much of the skiing in Kitzbühel is tree lined and for intermediates the area is outstanding. The Kitzbühel ski area features a great variety of terrain – ideal for corporate ski groups.

For advanced skiers and snowboarders there is off-piste and of course the Hahnenkamm ski route. Beginners have a large area located on the edge of the resort and before the Hahnenkamm peak rears up. And for those improving then there is a good deal of terrain at the top of the Hahnenkamm gondola to advance into. Ski safaris out of Kitzbühel are excellent and extensive and local buses running between the network of resorts offers a good safety net for those missing the last lift back.

In the region are little-known but classic ski areas such as Fieberbrunn with some of the best off-piste skiing in the region and host of extreme ski competitions. For an absolute snow guarantee for early season ski trips, the Kitzsteinhorn Glacier is around 45 minutes from Kitzbühel.


Hahnenkamm downhill ski race start hut.

Hahnenkamm downhill

One of the most spectacular live events anywhere, in any sport and with a post-race party to match.


Après ski

Kitzbühel is one of the big hitters of global après ski - clean living required in the weeks before arrival!

snow polo

Snow polo

This impressive spectacle graces Kitzbühel each winter with an international competition and serious hospitality.


For atmosphere, there cannot be any better mountain village in the world. The Medieval centre of Kitzbühel is a labyrinth of streets and walkways with stylish shops, cafés, bars and hotels. The resort skyline is capped by the church domes whilst the horizon is dominated by the Hahnenkamm and Kitzbüheler Horn peaks. 

Fur is as ubiquitous as Gore-Tex and as you wander the pedestrianised streets, the atmosphere and style of the place is unmistakable. In the evening the resort is alive with visitors strolling the streets and sampling the bars and restaurants. Kitzbühel is a year-round, working town and its facilities are really second to none.

Glitz and glamour are apparent throughout the town, but unlike many upmarket ski resorts in the Alps, Kitzbühel still has a grounded feel, locals live & socialise there, and there remains life after winter ends. The trappings of the good life are obvious, but Kitzbühel retains an authenticity of a regional town.

The facilities of Kitzbühel offer a great deal to corporate ski groups – there are all the shops of every kind, transport connections, restaurants, bars and even a casino, offering the chance to win back the last bar tab.


One of the Goliath’s of world après ski - bars such as the Londoner and Das Mocking are what makes Kitzbühel après ski so special. Das Mocking is located on the lower slopes of the Hahnenkamm ski route and for those having tackled the fearsome ski route it is customary to kick off the skis and get some Kitzbühel après ski reward.

Accessed by road from the resort and next to the gondola base-station, Das Mocking also welcomes the mere mortals.

Mountain huts are located all over the Kitzbühel ski area and most are highly popular with passing skiers and snowboarders. The Londoner pub is located in the centre of Kitzbühel and offers après ski mayhem till late. Both have a well earned reputation as après ski venues of immense repute.

Kitzbühel though offers a plethora of post ski entertainment including fine dining, a casino and bar and some more regular watering holes that are frequented by the locals.


Kitzbühel is one of the greatest event hosts in the Alps. In the winter it is home to the biggest ski race event in the world, the Kitzbühel Hahnenkamm, whilst in the summer there are international events such as the Kitzbühel tennis open. The infrastructure in Kitzbühel is all there from the K3 Kitzbühel Congress Centre, to mountain hut seminar rooms.

There is the full range of support services as well, from media agencies to logistics companies. Gastronomy and an excellent range of venue, both indoor and outdoor ensure that Kitzbühel is one of the very best meetings and seminar venues in the Alps.


Quick note to say many thanks for the organising of the trip. Hotel was spot on what we needed and resort perfect. 

Regarding restaurants, great choice, even Rosi’s with the yodelling owner.

Director, Insurance Brokers, London,UK
March 2013, 15 guests

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