Weihnachtsdeko im Hotel

DIY ideas for a merry pre-Christmas

So this is Christmas … Christmas is just around the corner and you’re spending a lot of time at home. Are you looking for inspiration on how to use this time innovatively? Here, the Schlosshotel Team reveals their greatest DIY ideas, from our favourite recipes for Christmas cookies and delicious hot punch to excellent tips on how to pamper yourself or enjoy creative quality time with your kids. >>

Simone Domenig präsentiert das neue SHF Signature Geschirr

Designed with love : Our new signature china

When Simone Domenig was searching for new china, she found individual facets of her philosophy reflected in many different lines, but the full expression of her style was not to be found in any of the many collections, colours and patterns she looked at. >>

Vanillekipferl schön angerichtet

Baking cookies at the Schlosshotel Fiss

Can you already smell the scent of Christmas in Austria? “Ohhhhhh yes,“ smiles Girly Ghost, the daughter of Mama Ghost and Papa Ghost. She will tell us all about her passion for baking cookies and biscuits in the run-up to Christmas at the Schlosshotel Fiss. — Early in the morning >>

Interview with our director

The Domenig family has been running the Schlosshotel Fiss for over 25 years during which much has changed. The hotel has expanded and standards continuously improved: today the Schlosshotel comprises 135 rooms and suites, providing superb accommodation for just under 400 guests. At full occupancy, we have 150 members of staff looking after our guests’ comfort and wellbeing. Last year, Christian Buchhammer joined the management team. >>

Nightflow Fiss – ‘Remember’

Every Tuesday night the area around the Möseralm in Fiss is transformed into an Alpine show stage where ski professionals, acrobats, actors and pyrotechnicians assemble for the Nightflow show. This year’s Nightflow theme is ‘Remember’ – and our guests can enjoy night skiing on the Möseralm as well as the Nightflow show. >>

Fisser Blochziehen 2018 a huge success!

t exactly 12.30pm the ‘Schallners’, ‘Mohrelens’ and ‘Bajatzls’ opened one of Tyrol’s oldest Carnival customs: the Fisser Blochziehen. Around 10,000 visitors from far and wide came to enjoy the spectacle. >>


Fisser Blochziehen in Fiss returns on 28 January 2018. Learn about the preparations for the traditional Tyrolean carnival in our SHF Backstage blog. >>


‘Fisser Blochziehen’ takes place on 28 January in Fiss, Austria. Read an exclusive interview with event chairman Christian Kofler and the ‘Blochziehen’ bear. >>

Fisser Blochziehen 2018

It’s back! On 28 January, the medieval tradition of ‘Fisser Blochziehen’ returns after an intermission of two years since the children’s version was held in 2016. This carnival custom is one of the longest-established folkloric practices in the Alps. >>