Dear guests and friends of Batzenhäusl!
We care about your safety and health and make them our top priority. This is why we took a series of anti-Covid-19 precautions.
We have taken a series of precautions for the safety of our valued guests and our staff. In doing so we are striving to enable you and your loved ones to enjoy a fantastic vacation in Seefeld, while caring for your safety and health. For your protection and the protection of our other guests and our staff it is important that you are thoroughly informed about all current regulations in our hotel in Seefeld.
The following information is effective as of July 1st, 2021 and was last edited on July 16th, 2021. We will gladly listen to your feedback in order to provide any essential missing data. Additional information regarding current regulations will be made available at the front desk.
Access test & validity
Upon entering the hotel, a valid negative test result, or a vaccination certificate, or a confirmation of recovery from Covid-19 (within the last 6 months) must be presented. Test certificates are now only required from the age of 12. Since the catering facilities, beauty and wellness area at our hotel are regularly frequented and used by our guests, a test must be carried out every 2 days and a negative test result presented (vaccinated or recovered persons are excluded from this).
Validity of access tests:
- Antigen test: 48h
- PCR test: 72h
- Recovered persons: 6 months post-affliction
- Vaccinated persons: 1 year – a minimum of 22 days following the first vaccination
Green Passport Information:
As of August 15, 2021, the certificate for the Green Passport will be available only when full immunization is achieved. Complete immunization is achieved from the day of the 2nd partial vaccination. Regulations for individuals vaccinated with Johnson & Johnson and those recovered and tested remain unchanged.
- For more info on the Green Passport, visit the official site: https://gruenerpass.gv.at/en/
Uncomplicated test options are offered directly in Seefeld. Link to further Covid-19 information from Seefeld.
Optimal health care is guaranteed by 5 resident doctors, three pharmacies and three hospitals in the immediate vicinity. In addition, there is an average of up to three soccer fields per person in our region.
Cleanliness & Hygiene
Generally our hotel in Seefeld naturally adheres to the current general regulations for Austria and the federal district of Tyrol.
These regulations’ key provisions are:
- Whenever possible we ask you to settle your bills preferably with your debit or credit card.
- Please follow the instructions of our staff on site.
- Due to the current circumstances we refrain from handshakes. However this affects our happiness to see you in no way 😉
- You will find disinfectant for your hands in numerous places all over our hotel.
Thanks to planned out cleaning and disinfecting routes by our cleaning personnel and staff we can vouch for the cleanliness and hygiene in our entire hotel, which is our top priority.
Our staff has been sensitized to the current situation and is equipped with protective gear. Particularly surfaces in the kitchen areas where food is provided are disinfected and cleaned regularly.
After our guests’ departure the rooms are cleaned thoroughly.
Outdoor Activities and Sports
Official regulations issued by the federal province apply to all outdoor activities and sports. All outdoor sports may be performed in accordance with the safety regulations.
There is no need to wear a mask wherever 3-G verification is required. Nonetheless, we recommend having an MNS or an FFP2 mask ready to hand on your excursions. According to the current status, an MNS is to be worn here: public transport, supermarkets, shops, banks, post offices and also in the health sector (e.g. pharmacies).
Information by the federal district of Tyrol
Further information and regulations issued by the federal district of Tyrol:
In case you have any further questions or suggestions our front desk is available for you at +43 5212 50480
and happy to help!
Edited on July 16th, 2021