Adler’s Hotel is Innsbruck’s tallest building at 12 storeys, a bold and contemporary structure with 75 luxury rooms that all have panoramic views of the Alpine surroundings. A mere 10-minute walk from the Old Town and close to the train station, it is both convenient and extravagant. The rooms are tastefully decorated, with stylish rocking chairs in which you can relax in and enjoy the stunning surroundings.
This historic, 500-year-old building, is decked out in traditional attire and elegant ambiance. Run by the Ultsch family, who acquired the hotel over 100 years ago, this luxurious abode combines a charming homely atmosphere with some added extras – an on-site spa with a sauna, steam bath, showers, crystal fountain, and solarium.
Located in the heart of the old town, on the banks of the romantic Inn River, the Innsbruck hotel is luxury incarnate. Among the amenities are a sizeable pool and Finnish sauna within a spa that boasts panoramic views. The combination of the city being right on your doorstep and the incredible range of R&R features make this one of the most alluring in all of Innsbruck.
This is one of Austria’s leading health resorts, fully equipped with everything you could wish for a relaxing holiday. Facilities of this feel-good sanctuary include an outdoor foot bath (promising to encourage circulation and metabolism, and reduce inflammation in the body), a pool, sauna, steam room, panoramic gym and lots of fitness and exercise areas. The bedrooms are sophisticated and uncomplicated, with Deluxe rooms available for a truly extravagant stay.
Although located a 30-minute drive from Innsbruck’s city centre, it is well worth it for the incredible luxury experience this decadent hotel has to offer. From the beautifully decorated boutique rooms with breathtaking Alpine views to the outdoor heated pool in the spa garden, the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol offers pure bliss. Combining quaint Tyrolean hospitality with a contemporary ambiance, it is one of the finest hotels to be found in all of Austria.
Although this historic hotel dates all the way back to the 1300s, it has kept well up to date with all the necessary mod cons. Directly in the heart of the Old Town, where many of the best attractions are located (The Golden Roof is just around the corner), it’s convenient for discovering the city. The 39 rooms are all dressed in rustic traditional Tyrolean style (preserving the 600-year-old history) with hunting trophies on the walls and chic, old-school furniture.
The chic design of the interior is one of the best features of this luxurious, modern hotel. Hidden away in the peaceful Müllerstrasse, many of the rooms have a scenic view of the mountains or a balcony that overlooks picturesque gardens below. Decked out with a fitness area, an infrared cabin, and a wood-panelled New Media Lounge complete with all the latest mod cons, the NALA promises a truly luxurious stay in Innsbruck.
Although Austria is renowned for its cosy cabins and traditional Inns decked out in wood and hunting trophies, there are also many incredible forward-thinking designs with innovative features. The Penz Hotel is located in the Old Town and is part of a modern development that contains a shopping centre, restaurants and bars. Stylish, with glass walls and hip furniture, the Penz has all the boutique facilities you could hope for, including a fifth-floor bar, decked out with palm trees and comfy sofas, where you can watch the sun set over the city.
This five-star hotel is the epitome of luxury. Allegedly dubbed ‘the finest hotel in Innsbruck’ by Ludwig II, King of Bavaria, the Grand Hotel Europa is located just a stone’s throw away from the Golden Roof and decked out with some enviable features. Just recently refurbished, the hotel boasts a top class restaurant, serving traditional Tyrolean food, a charming bar decorated with 1960s-style furniture and a small spa with massage facilities.
Located just 5km away from the city centre and close to the famous Bergisel Ski Jump, this exquisite boutique apartment, inside a former castle, is a new addition to Innsbruck’s tourist scene, having opened in 2013. Located on a plateau, this dreamy room was designed by Italian architect Luigi Moretti, who decked it out with Tyrolean country-style furniture and a spacious study and library overlooking the Nordkette Mountains. Guests have access to indoor and outdoor tennis courts, plus riding stables, and the nearby Lansersee Swimming Lake.