Featured hotels in Tyrol

  • £93

    Average price per night

    STAGE 12, Innsbruck
    9.2 Superb 2,286 reviews
    Description Open since end of 2017 and very centrally situated in Innsbruck, 300 metres from the Golden Roof, STAGE 12 is an elegant city hotel and boasts a spa and fitness centre.
    Review

    "Excellent breakfast. Central location. Very good sauna."

    Martin. Germany
  • £104

    Average price per night

    die berge lifestyle-hotel sölden, Sölden
    9.4 Superb 1,038 reviews
    Description Opened in June 2016, die berge lifestyle-hotel sölden is located in the centre of Sölden, 350 metres from Giggijoch Cable Car and boasts a year-round outdoor pool and the Sky Spa Area.
    Review

    "Great hospitality, great staff, very welcoming, amazing breakfast, comfortable and new rooms, one of the best"

    Sk. Israel
  • £88

    Average price per night

    Nala Individuellhotel, Innsbruck
    9.2 Superb 2,596 reviews
    Description Opened in September 2014, the Nala Individuellhotel enjoys a quiet location in the centre of Innsbruck, 800 metres from the Golden Roof.
    Review

    "The whole hotel had a good vibe and the room was also nicely decorated. I also liked the breakfast buffet ... worth the price."

    George. Austria
  • £96

    Average price per night

    Hotel Maximilian - Stadthaus Penz, Innsbruck
    9.2 Superb 2,324 reviews
    Description The family-run Hotel Maximilian is located in the heart of Innsbruck’s Old Town, next to a pedestrian zone, offering air-conditioned rooms and free WiFi.
    Review

    "Staff very friendly and helpful Buffet fantastic Bed was very comfy"

    Gulbanu. Kazakhstan
  • £74

    Average price per night

    Hotel Kapeller Innsbruck, Innsbruck
    9.0 Superb 1,853 reviews
    Description A 10-minute tram ride from Innsbruck’s Old Town, Hotel Kapeller offers modern rooms furnished in pastel colours. It also offers free Wi-Fi, free on-site private parking and a rich buffet breakfast.
    Review

    "Location, quality, value for money, service"

    Antonius Windmuller. Netherlands
  • £74

    Average price per night

    Hotel Zach, Innsbruck
    9.0 Superb 2,557 reviews
    Description Renovated in October 2016, Hotel Zach enjoys a quiet location in a side street, just a 5-minute walk from Innsbruck’s Old Town and the Main Train Station. Free WiFi is available.
    Review

    "Breakfast was excellent. Staff was very kind and hotel is very located and renovated."

    EYÜP. Turkey
  • £114

    Average price per night

    The PENZ Hotel, Innsbruck
    9.1 Superb 1,483 reviews
    Description Located in the heart of Innsbruck, the city’s first design hotel has opened its doors and enriched the city with an architectural jewel.
    Review

    "The staff is extraordinary and go out of the way to help😊"

    Charu. India
  • £88

    Average price per night

    BEST WESTERN Plus Hotel Goldener Adler Innsbruck, Innsbruck
    9.2 Superb 1,024 reviews
    Description Located 100 metres from the Goldenes Dachl, the non-smoking Goldener Adler Hotel can be found right in the heart of Innsbruck. It offers free internet and free Sky TV in all rooms.
    Review

    "Very good location with good service and good food."

    Sareeya. Thailand
  • 9.4 Superb 155 reviews
    Description Offering a spa centre and sauna, Hotel Eldorado is set in Ischgl in the Tyrol Region, 200 metres from Pardatschgratbahn.
    Review

    "New hotel, Very friendly and flexible staff, great looking hotel on the in- and outside, perfect parking facility, very nice rooms, great food."

    Robert. Netherlands
  • £69

    Average price per night

    Mellauner Hof, Pettnau
    9.0 Superb 99 reviews
    Description Mellauner Hof in Pettnau provides accommodation with a garden, a terrace and a bar. With free WiFi, this 4-star hotel offers room service and luggage storage space.
    Review

    "Best schnitzel I have had in Germany/Austria the past 3.5 years. The room was extremely clean, with a gorgeous view of the mountains. The staff was very polite and professional."

    mepirone73. Germany

Tyrol highlights

Nordkettenbahnen cable railways
Enjoy an unforgettable journey from Innsbruck centre to the wild mountains and admire the panoramic views at 2,256 metres above sea level.
Swarovski Crystal Worlds Museum
Famous for its crystal-themed events and exhibitions, this museum has a striking face-shaped façade covered in grass, whose mouth forms a fountain.
Climbing in the Ötztal Nature Park
Go rock climbing in this stunning park, characterised by its unique granite rock, diverse hiking trails and breathtaking views.
Skiing in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
Whether you are a beginner or an advanced skier, this plateau with 212 km of slopes will fulfill your every wish.
Hintertux Glacier
This popular glacier guarantees all-year entertainment by offering a variety of hiking and mountain biking trails, and also several snow-sure ski slopes.
Schwaz silver mine
Visit the museum and join one of the compelling underground tours to experience first-hand the fascinating world of silver mining.
Ambras Castle
Dive into the world of the Renaissance by visiting this architectural gem with its armouries, spacious halls and beautiful gardens.
Sailing and kite surfing at Lake Achen
Perfect wind conditions and highly professional surfing and sailing schools await you at Austria´s largest Alpine lake.
Winebar 360°
Enjoy panoramic views over Innsbruck and a wide selection of wines in this circular-shaped winebar on the 7th floor of the Rathaus Gallery.
Innsbruck old town
Explore the picturesque streets of this 800-year old area, characterised by a unique blend of Gothic and Baroque architecture.

A Ski Heaven In the Heart of Alps

One of the top European ski destinations, the Austrian Tyrol is divided into 2 parts: a larger North Tyrol with the region’s capital Innsbruck, and a smaller East Tyrol. Its pristine beauty and a variety of activities make it a haven for outdoor lovers.

Whether you’re into skiing, hiking or mountaineering, the Tyrol provides both great facilities and conditions so you can enjoy your favourite activity to your heart’s content. Its most famous ski resort, Ischgl, is part of the world’s largest ski area and offers 238 km of well-prepared pistes, vibrant nightlife and annual concerts from pop stars.

For something more low-profile, visit the resorts of St Anton or Kitzbuhel, both equally popular, with a lot of ski lifts, slopes ranging from easy to difficult, and cable cars. In summer, make use of the mountain bike paths and great hiking trails.

Innsbruck is the Tyrol’s only city and as well as being a wintersports centre capable of hosting the Winter Olympics twice, it’s also a cultural and educational city, with a world-renowned university and a variety of events. You can admire the stunning mountain views from the cosy cafés and bars of which Innsbruck has plenty.

So whether you’re looking for a stylish chalet, a fully-equipped apartment or luxury Tyrol hotels, Booking.com has over 4100 different properties on offer to make your stay perfect!