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Reviewed on 13 Aug 2020
Reviewed on 30 Aug 2019
Pocket Guide: Tyrol
A hotel in Tirol provides guests with the perfect mix of culture and outdoor activity. At its heart is Innsbruck, famed for its wonderful ski slopes and the Bergisel Olympic Ski Jump from which you can enjoy panoramic views of the city and its environs. Innsbruck’s old town features a wonderful collection of historic buildings, cobbled streets and pavement cafes - perfect for recharging your batteries after sightseeing and shopping. For more active holidays, however, the Tirol region around Innsbruck boasts an impressive number of hiking trails.
Where to Stay in Tirol
Innsbruck - World-famous ski slopes and the awesome sights from the Bergisel Olympic Ski Jump define Innsbruck. But there’s also the old town to see, the shops to browse and the restaurants and cafes to enjoy. Well worth a stay in one of the city’s beautiful boutique hotels.
Hall – Once twice the size of Innsbruck, Hall now offers visitors tranquillity and beauty. Set at the foot of the Bettelwurf Massif, this charming city has a historic district which transports you back to the Middle Ages. The Hall Mint Museum and the Mint Tower, birthplace of the dollar, charts 500 years of mint history. For families, there are opportunities for children to become junior mint masters and plenty of child-friendly hotels.
Seefeld – This former farming village is now a major resort just outside of Innsbruck offering a wealth of winter and summer sports. The area is perfect for skiers, both downhill and cross country, but also boasts an impressive array of activities such as climbing, riding, tobogganing, alpine curling and a great selection of hotels to boot.
Wipptal Valley – A hotel in the Wipptal Valley offers lucky visitors a glimpse of unspoiled beauty and is a real draw for nature enthusiasts. Take a trip along the Brenner Pass and enjoy some of the impressive peaks and valleys untouched by tourism. Stop off along the way and sample some traditional Tryloean delicacies like Kiachl – a fried yeast dough pastry.
Stubaital Valley – Discover a world of snow and ice on the Stubai Glacier or take a hike along one of the many walking trails in the 18-mile long valley. The Stubai Rucksack Route is is one of the most beautiful but challenging routes in the Alps with some of the best mountain huts along the way.
How to Make the Most of Your Hotel in Tirol
You can’t beat a trip to the Seefeld region for pretty meadows, rugged peaks and forested slopes. Ride the cable cars at the Rosshütte Funicular for some truly spectacular views. Old traditions meet 21st Century life in the Hall-Wattens region, which is the perfect area for walking, hiking and rambling. Don’t forget to squeeze in a tour of Innsbruck itself. The Golden Roof, the Triumphal Arch and Imperial Palace are just a few of the attractions worth seeing in the old town.
The region is a magnet for hikers in the summer and skiers in the winter, and there is no better place to be if you want to try your hand at a vast array of sporting activities. Take the Stubaital Railway to Fulpmes and from there the funicular railway to the hiking area at Shlick 2000 for some truly panoramic trails. Take the lower terminus in winter for the skiing area with 13 miles of slopes, two toboggan runs and a high-altitude ski trail. For thrill seekers, try your hand at paragliding and hang gliding.