From centuries-old farms that have been renovated with loving care and great attention to detail, to leisurely apartments and hotels that impress with their idyllic location and high-quality natural materials: Guests can look forward to some lovely new accommodation in Tirol in the summer of 2022.
Warm & welcoming: AlpenParks Hotel & Apartment Montana
The new AlpenParks Hotel & Apartment Montana Matrei in East Tyrol considers itself a haven of alpine authenticity and urban sophistication. The welcoming hotel rooms impress with generous use of wood and warm colours. The apartments not only offer plenty of space, but some of them are even equipped with a private sauna. Guests can enjoy Alpine-Mediterranean cuisine in the directly adjacent "Alte Mühle” restaurant. The mountains of the Hohe Tauern National Park await on the doorstep, with numerous opportunities for hiking, biking and mountain tours.
As long back as 1764, guests were entertained at the former residence of the Tyrolean aristocratic family, Sterzinger and Dinzl zur Angerburg Today you can experience the town of Imst from a newly created vantage point at Hotel Eggerbräu. Situated not far from the historic Imst town square and directly adjacent to an old monastery garden including a listed hermitage, Hotel Eggerbräu now offers 61 chic rooms with the most modern comforts yet steeped in Tirolean hospitality.
Elegant Alpine Chic: New "Legend Suites" at the Astoria Resort Seefeld
It is not without reason that the 5-star Astoria Resort was one of the "first houses on the scene" in the Olympiaregion Seefeld. Nestled in the midst of a magnificent mountain landscape, the exclusive hotel, which has repeatedly been on the receiving end of prestigious awards, invites you to spend your holidays in luxury alpine ambience. The 81 spacious rooms and suites are equipped with large glass fronts and natural materials. Recently, four exclusive "Legend Suites" have also been added to Astoria Resort Seefeld, which are equipped with a spacious living, bathroom and sleeping area as well as a private sauna on the terrace.
The former Rissbacherhof in Stumm in the Zillertal Valley has recently been transformed into the 4* Natur Resort Rissbacher. Newly designed rooms and suites with balconies and mountain views are furnished with Swiss pine furniture and sustainable natural materials, while the energy is sourced from renewable resources. The hotel’s highlight is undoubtedly its SKY SPA, high above the rooftops of the Zillertal Valley, with heated outdoor pool, lounge and various saunas.
Almhof Zillertal is around 400 years old, so you can look forward to being transported back in time during holidays at this farmhouse at 1,200 metres above sea level. The two bathrooms have recently been restored to the most modern standards, however, the building itself has largely been left in its original state. It is heated in true old-fashioned style with a traditional wood-burning stove in the farmhouse parlour and meals are cooked on a rustic kitchen range. Equipped with three bedrooms, Almhof Zillertal can comfortably accommodate up to 11 people.
The inimitable flair of the legendary Kristallhütte has now made its way down into the valley, in the form of the new boutique hotel, coolnest. Modern rooms, a breathtaking panorama, fine cuisine and a rooftop pool lend a casual-cool mix to the location in Ramsau. The rooms, or so-called “nests”, all have a terrace or garden with a view of Mayrhofen and the Zillertal mountains. The wellness area is the perfect place to indulge in the essential pleasures of rest and relaxation. The in-house restaurant, Tweets, offers a variety of regional and international dishes and drinks, all accompanied by fabulous panoramic views.
Idyllically situated in a green setting, those holidaying at Boggnhof in Stummerberg will find unspoilt natural landscapes and a magnificent view over the Zillertal Valley. Host family Braunegger welcomes their guests to two newly renovated holiday flats "Wiesnblick" and "Weitblick", which reveal views over fields, meadows and mountains. Both apartments are furnished in high quality timber and ideal for families and small groups.
The small and completely renovated "Leite Häusl" is located in the mountaineering village of St. Jodok in the Wipptal Valley. Nestled in a quiet, secluded location, the holiday home for up to five people is a partner business of the mountaineering villages. Guests thus not only enjoy a well-appointed holiday home with two bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom, but also benefit from the central location near many starting points for activities such as hiking, mountain biking, mountaineering or climbing.
Located in the middle of the forest, the new Bergler Hoamat in Tirol's Wipptal valley is the ideal place to stay for nature-loving guests. Spread over two levels, the holiday home with three bedrooms, a bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen offers space for two families with children, or a group of eight people. Bergler Hoamat is the ideal starting point for tours in the Navis Mountains, which you can later reflect upon in the spacious garden with barbecue facilities.
Natural materials and sustainable construction methods ensure a unique holiday experience in the new H ALM on the Alpe Stalle at 1,720m in East Tirol's Defereggen Valley. The privately owned alpine lodge with natural design, large glass façade and authentic antique timber will be available from summer 2022. It is equipped with an inviting lounge/dining area, two bedrooms and a spacious bathroom - as well as magnificent views of the mountains of the Defereggen Valley.
The history of the Kössler family's Heissangerer Farm dates back over 500 years. The ancient, listed farmhouse in Tulfes was completely renovated in just under two years, and now welcomes holidaymakers to three newly developed holiday flats. In addition to modern furnishings with a fully equipped kitchenette, the apartments also impress with a traditional wood-burning stove, which ensures comfortably warm hours after a day in the mountains of the Hall-Wattens region.