Village life, accommodation and nightlife
Fieberbrunn is a small village. Hotels, pensions and rooms in private houses are the main form of accommodation. Some of which are very close to the slopes. Prices vary, but in general the place is affordable.
Night-life is definitely not one of Fieberbrunn's strong points. Night action is very quite compared to more commercial resorts but the town centre (Dorfplatz) with its new 'village-square' is cool. The Rivershouse is a good place for beers, guinness and snacks. There is a pool table and live music most weekends. The Londoner became the Cheers pub many years ago and stripped out all the tat that was on the walls, its the most expensive place for a beer in town but cheaper than most resorts. Biwak is a at the bottom of the slopes which looks out onto the halfpipe and plays more upto date sounds than the oompah band in nearby Enzianhutte. Tenne nightclub is the place for a late beer or dance, but avoid until 1 am when the under 16s are booted out (unless this is your sort of thing). All in all - a rapidly up and coming resort with great snow and off piste but lacking the nightlife in low season. Still if you're with a good crowd of people, who cares and St Johann in Tirol is only a ten minute taxi ride away which is home to the legendary Bunny's Pub.
Fieberbrunn is a small village. Hotels, pensions and rooms in private houses are the main form of accommodation. Some of which are very close to the slopes. Prices vary, but in general the place is affordable.READ NEXT: Mountain statistics
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