Best Innsbruck holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Innsbruck
Hotel TautermannSet in a quiet side street of Innsbruck, this family-run hotel has a beautiful view of the nearby mountains and is within walking distance of the city centre. Public parking is possible nearby, while a limited amount of free private parking spaces is provided (subject to availability and reservation not possible).Book now
Hotel dasMEICombining modern architecture with Chinese influences, dasMEI Medical-Selfness-Hotel is located in Mutters, a 5-minute drive from the centre of Innsbruck. It offers a spa area, a restaurant, and views over Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains.Book now
Hotel CentralThis 4-star hotel in the centre of Innsbruck, directly opposite the Kaufhaus Tyrol department store, offers free use of its small spa area featuring a sauna, infrared cabins, a steam bath, and a fitness centre. The Old Town is 300 metres away.Book now
Blackhome Innsbruck City EastOpened in August 2016 and situated next to the Olympia World and the Tivoli Outdoor Pool, Blackhome City Apartments boasts self-catering accommodation with great attention to style and a mountain-view balcony. Free WiFi is available throughout this self check-in aparthotel. A bus stop (line J) is 250 metres away, offering direct connection to the city centre.Book now
Ramada Innsbruck TivoliThe Ramada Innsbruck Tivoli is a 3-star superior hotel in a modern 12-floor building directly opposite the Olympiaworld Sports Complex, 10 minutes by public transport from Innsbruck’s city centre. It offers a top-floor sauna and fitness area, free WiFi, and a terrace overlooking the Tyrolean mountains.Book now
As the provincial capital of Tyrol, Innsbruck combines the traditions of the Austrian Alpine region with a cosmopolitan atmosphere. From your apartment in Innsbruck, you can visit medieval alleys and magnificent castles, explore the beautiful Alpine landscapes of the surrounding area on day trips or make yourself comfortable in the restaurants and cafés on the banks of the Inn against the impressive backdrop of the Alpine peaks. Find your private holiday home in Innsbruck now and visit the magnificent Hofburg, where the Tyrolean princes once resided. No less impressive is the Renaissance Ambras Castle, situated in the east of the city in the middle of an English landscape park. Innsbruckers prefer to spend their summer afternoons here; summer castle concerts also take place regularly at Ambras Castle. If you spend your holiday in an Apartment in Pradl, you will live on the eastern bank of the Sill not far from Ambras Castle Park.
Apartments in Innsbruck, the old Austrian imperial city
Innsbruck’s history dates back to the Middle Ages and has left its mark everywhere in the cityscape. In the historic old town, richly decorated buildings such as the Golden Roof bear witness to Innsbruck’s former importance. This building with its magnificent oriel is considered the landmark of the city and was built almost 600 years ago as the residence of the Tyrolean sovereigns. Use your private accommodation in Innsbruck also to marvel at the many gothic buildings or to learn more about the history of Innsbruck in the countless museums of the city. If you decide on an accommodation in Wilten, you will also discover the Triumphal Gate on your excursions. This 250-year-old magnificent building was erected at the wedding of the Austrian Archduke Leopold and today forms the border between Wilten and the city centre. Despite all its historic buildings, Innsbruck also has a surprisingly youthful and cosmopolitan face. The city’s 20,000 students, in particular, populate the pubs, clubs and bars of the city centre on weekends; the traditional high street is the central Ingenieur-Etzel-Straße not far from the main railway station.
Private accommodation in Innsbruck and the Tyrolean Alps
Although Innsbruck has a lot to offer holidaymakers, you shouldn’t miss a trip to the surrounding alpine region. The Nordkettenbahn takes you directly to the excursion areas of the Nordkette, from where you have an incomparable panoramic view of the city. Here you can set off on extended hikes in summer, while the Nordkette turns into a popular ski and winter sports area in winter. From your apartment in Innsbruck you can reach the Hafelekar mountain station at an altitude of 2,256 metres in just 20 minutes by Nordkettenbahn. South of Innsbruck, the winter sports region Stubaital also attracts visitors. The Stubai Alps, thanks to their proximity to the state capital, are a popular excursion destination not only for the inhabitants of Innsbruck, with countless high-altitude hiking trails, cross-country skiing trails and a diverse landscape. By car you can reach your accommodation in Neustift im Stubaital and other winter sports areas in the region in less than half an hour. If you’re travelling from Innsbruck to South Tyrol, check with us for accommodation in Merano and other destinations in the Italian Alps.
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Gute Lage um mal Innsbruck zu erkunden!Arvis reviewed Schönes großes WG-Zimmer in Pradl