Whether you’re a first-timer or seasoned visitor looking for a special stay in Innsbruck, these properties have been selected by the Austrian Tourist Office for their prestigious ‘Austria Collection’. This is why…
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With sweeping views over the city and surrounding mountains, aDLERS design hotel is a hotspot for travellers. From each of the 75 rooms and suites you can take in the breathtaking views, while inside is a cosy design characterised by timber floors and classic Tirolean loden.
There’s also international cuisine and more stellar views to be savoured at the restaurant, bar and terrace of the twelfth floor, where you can also catch a beautiful Innsbruck sunrise, followed by a buffet breakfast.
From €111 a night.
Located on a sunny alpine plateau, the decadent Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol marries style and luxury with alpine living.
Expect pristine mountain landscapes – a haven for nature lovers, nearby historic towns like culture-soaked Innsbruck, an award-winning restaurant serving traditional Austrian specialities, and a luxury spa to relax and unwind at the end of the day.
From €235 a night.
Bringing five-star accommodation to the mountains, the exclusive Hotel Gasthof Post has been family-owned for almost 75 years. As a member of the Relais & Châteaux hotels group, the property promises an extra level of luxury design and service.
While the interior has a distinctly Austrian feel with its timber panelling, traditional fabrics and local antiques, there’s no shortage of contemporary touches from the kid’s playroom (complete with PlayStation, indoor pool and waterslide), to the extensive spa and wellness centre featuring a sauna, salt water steam bath, heated pool and state-of-the-art fitness room.
Which you’ll need to visit after indulging in the hotel’s award-winning restaurants and in-house patisserie.
From €300 a night.
From €127 a night.
An eclectic combination of new and old, Kristiania Lech has artfully appointed rooms and shared spaces with bold colours and modern conveniences alongside traditional touches.
It’s a blend that works to great effect, making for a fun yet relaxing space to enjoy après-ski afternoons.
And once you’re finished unwinding in the hotel’s own sauna or Jacuzzi, take your pick of four impressive restaurants, including the cosy Kaminzimmer restaurant, which is renowned for its fondue.
From €405 a night.