The health of our guests and also of our employees is our primary concern!

Liebe Gäste!

All areas of our Krumers Post are, in compliance with all hygiene measures and all legal requirements, open!


Our reservation center is available daily.
By phone from 09:00 to 18:00; at any time by mail:




Current regulations

Austria has been classified as a high-risk area by Germany since Sunday, January 16, 2022, 0:00.
This means that for persons who have stayed in Austria in the last 10 days before entering Germany, the entry rules to Germany will be tightened.

For entrants from Austria applies from Sunday, 16 January, 0 o'clock in principle:

  •    Obligation to register for entry
  •     Quarantine obligation
  •     Obligation to provide proof (vaccinated, recovered, tested)

This means for private/touristic travel:

  •     Vaccinated and recovered persons do not have to be quarantined - however, an entry notification is required.
  •     Persons who are not vaccinated and have not recovered must carry proof of testing (antigen max. 48h, PCR max. 48h old), complete an entry declaration and observe a 10-day quarantine
        (with the possibility of free testing from the 5th day).
  •     Children under 6 years of age are not required to carry proof of age, but must complete an entry declaration and must comply with a 5-day quarantine.
  •     Children 6 years and older are subject to the same regulations as adults.


New rules since 11.1.2022:
FFP2 mask obligation also outdoor, if the 2-meter minimum distance cannot be maintained (e.g. pedestrian zones, queues, group gatherings, etc.).
There is an exception for close relatives, such as partners and children.



All areas (restaurant, pool, fitness, sauna, massage) of our Krumers Post ****S are open for you, in compliance with all hygiene measures and all legal requirements.

The legal requirements for the hotel industry & gastronomy are as follows - these must also be observed in our house:

  •     The 2G rule applies everywhere (access only for vaccinated and recovered persons).
  •     The mandatory wearing of the FFP-2 mask applies to all public areas in closed rooms.
  •     If possible, keep your distance from non-household persons
  •     Masks must be worn by guests, especially away from the seating area
  •     No bar operation - food and drinks may only be served to guests with assigned seating
  •     Closing time: 10 p.m.

Test station in Seefeld - old fire station in the center:
Opening hours: Monday - Saturday: 8.30 - 13.00 and 14.00 - 17.00

PCR tests (result on the following day): € 19,-; antigen tests: free of charge (result after 20 minutes).

In which areas antigen tests are valid:
Antigen tests are recognized, among other things, for the return trip to Italy (max. 24 hours old); for those who want to make sure in addition to vaccination or recovery.

PCR tests are needed, for example, unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated children aged 12 to 15 years for the Holiday Ninja Passport.




Entry to Austria

From Monday, 20.12.2021: entry into Austria, 2G+ applies, only vaccinated and recovered persons with a negative PCR test (max. 72 hours old) can enter.

Entry regulations from countries on List ‘1’ (low-incidence states):

“2G+“ rule – entry from these countries is allowed for fully-vaccinated or recovered persons with an additional negative PCR test (max. 72 hours old). An additional PCR test for entry is not required for vaccinated persons who have had  their 3rd booster vaccination. This rule applies to persons aged 12 years and over.

School-age children from 12 to 15 years of age who are unvaccinated or only 1x vaccinated need the “Holiday Ninja Passport“ for entry. Pregnant women and persons who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons are exempt from this rule but must carry a medical certificate as proof therof.
If no additional PCR test or 3rd booster vaccination can be proven on entry, entry is still possible but only with immediate self-quarantine. Quarantine can be ended once a PCR test has been carried out after entry and a negative result has been confirmed. In this case, a pre-travel clearance form is also required. Written confirmations  must be in German or English.

List ‘1’ countries:
Andorra, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Jordan, Kuwait, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Malta, Monaco, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Ruanda, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Uruguay, the Vatican, Vietnam.

Entry conditions from List ‘2’ countries (virus mutation areas):

As a rule, entry from these countries is not allowed and is essentially restricted to Austrian nationals and those persons with main residence or who are ordinarily resident in Austria, including for work or study purposes. In such cases,  entry is allowed only with a negative PCR test followed by a 10-day quarantine period that can be ended at the earliest after 5 days with an additional negative PCR test. Arrivals from List ‘2’ countries are also required to register via the  Pre-Travel-Clearance form. Registration is possible from 72 hours prior to arrival. The above regulations also apply for entry via "other states and territories" if a stay in a virus variant area was within the last 10 days.

List ‘2’ countries: Angola, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa

Entry from other states and territories:

The following applies for entry from states not on List 1 or List 2: no compulsory quarantine and no registration required for persons with proof of vaccination (2 doses; or for vaccines with only 1 dose, date of vaccination & min. 21 days; recovered persons require at least the 1st vaccination). Entry from third countries is therefore also possible for vaccinated visitors. Without full immunisation, the following applies for persons wishing to enter: a ‘2,5-G’ certificate must be carried (proof of 1. vaccination, 2. negative PCR test or 3. recovered status), registration is required (Pre-Travel-Clearance form) and there will be a 10-day quarantine period which can be ended at the earliest after 5 days with a negative test

Great Britain, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway are classified as virus variant areas. There is an exemption for boostered persons from these countries: they may enter with a PCR test without quarantine obligation. The entry regulation for children remains as before (2G+). All other entrants from these 4 countries would have to undergo mandatory quarantine and would be able to clear themselves after 5 days at the earliest - in addition, entry registration would be required.

Children and teenagers

The obligation to show a valid recovered or vaccination certificate does not apply to children up to the age of 12. Children therefore do not need their own certificate in order to undertake anything with their parents.
Holiday Ninja Pass for unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated young people of compulsory school age (from 12 to 15 years) from abroad. The requirement for the pass is serial testing.

This means that at least 3 tests must be carried out within 5 days, at least 2 of which must be PCR tests.
Provided that within these 5 days a consistently valid test proof with PCR and/or antigen test is available and is also carried along, this means equality with the 2G status, even for days 6 and 7 without further test proofs. This allows the stay in Austrian accommodation facilities, restaurants, leisure facilities and the use of cable cars. The validity period is 48 hours for antigen tests and 72 hours for PCR tests. The start of the Holiday Ninja Pass does not have to coincide with the holiday week. Two 7-day cycles may be required for a holiday week. You can download your Holiday Ninja Pass HERE!


2 G (vaccinated / recovered) rule does not apply to pregnant and breastfeeding women.
However, it does not work completely without proof.
Thus, breastfeeding and pregnant women must present a written confirmation of the doctor and a negative PCR test.


For persons for whom no vaccination is recommended according to the doctor, the 2G rule does not apply.
However, proof is also required in this case. A written confirmation of the physician and a negative PCR test must be presented.