What We Love
- A picturesque stay in the Austrian Alps, with chalet board, spa access and extrasBreathing in a deep lungful of clean mountain air and embarking on a picturesque bike ride through the unspoiled natural beauty of the Tyrolean region
- Sampling some gorgeous Austrian fare, complemented with amazing views of the mountains
- Soothing your aching muscled after a day of cross-country skiing in the wellness centre
What To Know
- This hotel takes the idea of "room with a view" to an whole other level
- The wellness center has a sauna, steam room and panoramic pool
- Adventure-seekers will love the location in the Tyrolean Alps, where outdoor activities abound
Arrive at the picture-perfect Hotel Inntaler Hof and you’ll feel like you’ve fallen into a chocolate-box illustration. Surrounded by the breathtakingly beautiful Tyrolean Alps and Olympic standard cross-country trails, the four-star hotel promises to refresh and revive all types of traveller, from the work-weary to the adventure-seeker.
Behind its beautifully traditional façade, accommodation gives a fresh take on Austrian Alpine chic, with cosy armchairs and quirky wooden wall panels. Kick-start your day with a hearty buffet breakfast using local produce, before refueling in the evening with delicious Austrian fare and a side of panoramic mountain vistas in the 9ers restaurant. The Alpenwelt Wellness Center is a hub of relaxation, with a menu of fabulous treatments designed to soothe your muscles. There’s also a sauna, a steam room and a panoramic pool.
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The bar closed at 10:00 pm, no chance to get a drink. No minibar in the rooms, rooms are 80ies style. The restaurant offered only two dishes in the evening. This is pretty expensive (200€) for so little service.
Pros: Pool, Sauna facilities (no costumes allowed), location for walks, views. Tom the Masseuse
The room, kept awake by floor boards creaking above us, no kettle, a kitchen with 1 plate, no English tv, shared balcony, road noise.
Breakfast, food stations run out of food and staff are not there to replenish.
Staying out of ski season they employ less staff and it shows.
We stayed a week at the Hotel Inntalerhof, located in a wonderful position between the mountains, the green Inn valley and the main tourist points of interest. The overall period was very pleasent mainly because of the great kindness and professionalism of the staff of the wellness area, the restaurant, the children center and the reception. We also appreciated very much the high quality of the food, always varied and cooked according to the best standards of an international cusine, as well as the whole wellness zone, very well equipped, cleaned and managed with a wide range of high level services. On the contrary, we were much less impressed for the sport and leisure activities (also included in our all-inclusive package), which - when provided - were arranged almost always in German and not in accordance with the description advertised in the Innatalerhof summer offer. A final mention must be granted to the cleaning level of our room, in our view well below the overall standards of a 4 stars hotel.
This hotel was the base hotel for our recent week's walking in Austria/Bavaria, organised by InnTravel.
We started off here for two nights and our final night was also back here.
It's a fine hotel. Friendly, helpful staff. Very clean, good facilities - lovely pool in the basement.
Great food - huge choice at breakfast and excellent dinner menu each night with lots of choices. Just right after a long walk in the Austrian Tyrol.
Having the 'peace bell' in the hotel grounds - it's rung every evening at 5pm - was an interesting extra. Close to Seefeld - we were picked up at the train station there - which is an interesting town, gearing up for an Olympic event next winter.
Only minor issue was mild traffic noise as this is a roadside hotel - but neither my wife or son seemed to notice this.
This was a friendly and welcoming hotel, catering to a largely Austrian/German clientele. It was slightly more formal than the other hotels we stayed in, though not uncomfortably so. There was, for example a “gala night” where there were pre dinner drinks and hors d’oeuvres, and guests were encouraged to dress up a little (though nothing was compulsory).
A high point was the wonderful view from our room and the terrace down the Inn Valley which has the odd distinction of being featured recognisably in the top right corner of Durer’s flashy 1498 self- portrait (well worth looking up).
Two other points:
• The hotel charmingly offers everyone apples to ‘keep the doctor away. When we were there they were really good.
• The gala evening while enjoyable was a relatively long one.