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What We Love

  • A relaxing stay among by the Austrian Alps, with breakfast, a welcome drink and more
  • Having the best of both worlds – culture and Alpine adventure
  • Making the most of the
  • extensive wellness facilities, including saunas and an indoor pool
  • Taking in the spectacular mountain panoramas from the hotel
  • Starting your day with complimentary breakfast, and your stay with a welcome drink

What To Know

  • The spa has an indoor pool, Finnish sauna, aroma-steam bath, floating tub and multi-sensory showers
  • There's a free ski shuttle to take guests to the slopes
  • Parking spots must be reserved in advance
  • Guestrooms start at a small 161 square feet
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A spa hotel in Innsbruck's historic center, surrounded by Alps, including breakfast and a welcome drink

The Lowdown

Surrounded by fabulous Alpine views, the four-star Hotel Innsbruck is
set in the heart of the town’s quaint historic quarter, in western
Austria. The décor is stylish but comfortingly traditional, with wood
panels blending in seamlessly with fresh white walls and striking images
of the picturesque surrounding mountains. Wake up in your abode, and start your day with a delicious breakfast buffet, before
moving onto the extensive wellness facilities or leaving the hotel entirely.
For adventure junkies,
the Tyrolean Mountains are a playground of outdoor activities, with
renowned trails for hiking and skiing. For culture buffs, the local town
has some beautiful architecture and historical sights. For restaurants, take your pick of those in the area – or take this is an opportunity to return to the hotel. Here, you’ll find
the traditionally themed Swiss Stone Pine Parlour, followed by some
typical Tyrolean hospitality in the bar and lounge area.


The recently renovated, 237-square-foot Classic
Innsbruck rooms are located in the hotel’s Nordkette, or inner
courtyard. Each comes with classic modern décor neutral and brown
shades, stunning mountain images, an en-suite bathroom with a tub or
shower and a comfy king-sized bed. Deluxe Innsbruck and Deluxe Tyrol rooms are more spacious, 301 square feet to the Classic Innsbruck’s 161.


almost impossible not to chill out, with the hotel’s array of wellness
facilities. They include an indoor pool, Finnish
sauna, aroma-steam bath, floating tub and multi-sensory showers. The
Panorama-Wellness Area is also home to features ranging from steam baths
to bio-saunas, but with the added bonus of a breathtaking vista of
the Innsbruck Nordkette mountain range. If you’re not thoroughly relaxed
after that, then book yourself into the beauty, massages and solarium
zone, where you can choose from a wide program of massages and


There are several dining and
drinking options at the hotel, starting with a buffet breakfast – you
can even liven up your first meal of the day with a glass of Prosecco if
the mood takes you. The à la carte restaurant serves up some of the
region’s finest ingredients for a delicious taste of Austria: venison
steak with bacon Brussels sprouts and grilled salmon with Dijon-mustard
sauce are just some of the dishes on offer.



Innsbruck is in the heart of the old town of Innsbruck, the
capital of the Tyrol province in Austria, where charming historic
monuments meet modern architecture, amid outstanding Alpine panoramas.
When you’re not hitting the slopes or booting up for a picturesque hike,
head here.
Landmarks worth looking out for in this quaint district include the
striking Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof) building and the Tiroler
Landestheater. The nearby Hungerburgbahn Funicular is also a
top-rated experience – first travel to the Hungerburg, at 2,822 feet
above sea level, before the new panorama gondola continues up to the 6,250-foot-high Seegrube, for amazing views of the entire Central Inn
Valley, the Stubai and Zillertal Alps and across the Wipptal to the
Italian border. Fancy going higher still? Step aboard the Hafelekarbahn
and ride up to the 7,402-foot-high Hafelekar, which promises 350 days
of cloud-free views a year.

How to Get There

Hotel Innsbruck
Innrain 3
Innsbruck, 6020 Austria


A hotel in Old Town with bad parking situation

Room is spacious and air conditioning is working great. We have a room with a view of the old town. Location is the best... right on the old down. Unfortunately, our room came with a clogged tub and it was up to our ankles every time we're finished taking a shower.
Parking is a big problem as they don't really assign parking space for their guests that already reserved and paid for parking. Definitely need to have a better management. Even in a smaller town such as Bad Ischl, our reserved parking space was perfectly assigned. Supposedly guests that paid for parking have in and out privilege but in reality we did not. Worst scenario is the receptionists didn't take this matter seriously. It was very upsetting to feel like we're stuck in the hotel for the entire 4 nights because one night we're out only for a couple of hours and when we returned we couldn't park our car. Their suggestion was first to park across the street with their partner hotel and then after heated arguments the manager offered to give up his parking space and parked our rental car. We're told this is quite common like it's not a big deal. Why having a reserved parking space when the hotel doesn't keep track on who parks there??? Again totally bad management. So if you have a rental car, you cannot drive around as you may not have a space to park your car once you return.
The room comes with small refrigerator, safe deposit box and coffee/tea maker.
Breakfast was alright. It got quite busy and felt a bit stuffy at times as there was no air conditioning in public areas, including the lobby. It was quite hot when we were there, almost 90 degree the day we arrived in Innsbruck.
Many restaurants and shops nearby.

So Convenient
Alan B

Situated close to the Golden Roof and virtually on the banks of the Inn the hotel is ideally situated for exploring the old town area. Rooms are of a good size and very comfortable and the breakfast choice is very good. Public areas very attyractive.

Amazing hotel

We were staying in the hotel for 2 nights, and it was a great experience.
the hotel is located in the entrance to the old town, so there are many restaurants in a short walking distance, on the other side of the road you can see the river and the mountains, we got a room facing the mountains, and the view was amazing.
Service was really good, from the front desk and also at breakfast.
room was great (we booked the superior), everything was clean, and very welcoming.
Breakfast was good, and you can get anything you need.
Spa - really one of the highlights of the hotel - there is a pool which is really nice on -1 floor, and the spa on the rooftop, which is amazing.
For sure this is the best choice to stay in Innsbruck.