Hotels and More in Innsbruck

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  • 8.5 Very Good 2,219 reviews
    Description The Hotel Grauer Bär is in the center of the city of Innsbruck, just a 2-minute walk from the historic Old Town.
  • 8.7 Excellent 744 reviews
    Description Located in Mutters, Sporthotel Schieferle is located 500 metres from the Mutterer Alm Ski Lift and 8 km from Innsbruck. The hotel offers free WiFi, free parking, and a sauna.

    "Location,view,hospitality,and very relaxing atmosphere. Price was right and we enjoyed our stay. Wish we could have stayed longer."

    Charles. United States of America
  • Hotel Alpinpark

    Pradl, Innsbruck

    7.6 Good 1,298 reviews

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    Description Hotel Alpinpark is a quietly located city hotel close to the centre of Innsbruck. This 4-star hotel offers traditional and cosy rooms, a hotel bar, and an underground car park.
  • 9.2 Awesome 2,735 reviews
    Description Opened in September 2014, the Nala Individuellhotel enjoys a quiet location in the centre of Innsbruck, 800 metres from the Golden Roof.
  • 8.8 Excellent 1,566 reviews
    Description Right on the Inn River, the traditional Hotel Mondschein is just across the bridge from the Old Town of Innsbruck. Free WiFi is provided.
  • aDLERS Hotel Innsbruck

    Innenstadt, Innsbruck

    8.9 Excellent 1,764 reviews

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    Description Opened on 21 June 2013, the aDLERS Hotel is the tallest hotel in Innsbruck and offers panoramic views of the city and the Tyrolean Alps from the rooms, the restaurant, the spa area, and the rooftop...
Innsbruck was highly rated for mountains by 299 guests from the United States!

Ski Resort of Royal Splendor

Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Alps, Innsbruck is not only a world-class European ski resort, it was also the seat of Maximilian I’s Holy Roman Empire.

This imperial legacy has left its mark, most notably in the Old Town where beautiful Rococo buildings sit beside pastel facades and typically Tyrolean, flower-adorned windows. The visitable Hofburg imperial court owes its modern appearance to the 18th-century Empress Maria Theresia.

The Hofkirche has a memorial tomb for Maximilian I, and his life is depicted in frescoes on the Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof) nearby, named after the gleaming copper tiles lining its entrance.

Flying into Innsbruck Airport, it’s easy to see why the city was so highly regarded. Practically every street ends with a view of the Alps, lush in summer, snowy white in winter. Nestled on a slope, Schloss Ambras was once the residence of Archduke Ferdinand II, and the area provides opportunities for summer mountain climbing, hiking and golf.

In the winter, of course, it’s all about the fantastic Innsbruck skiing and snowboarding. Ski areas include Nordkette mountain, accessible by cable car and chairlifts near the town’s hotels and B&Bs on Its varied slopes mean that several international competitions are held here, as well as the Bergiselschanze ski jump contest. The après-ski is laid-back and centered around chalet-style bars and traditional restaurants.