Exclusive hotels, toque-award-winning restaurants, ultra-modern event locations, golf courses with mountains as their audience and shopping experiences in a class of their own: Tirol offers a wide range of delights to luxury-loving guests.
Exclusive locations in city centres, in the mountains or countryside, elegant and modern rooms and suites, the finest spa facilities and excellent culinary delights are just some of the many features of the Tirolean luxury hotel industry. Add individual offers and exquisite extras to the equation and we are talking about holidays of superlatives in Tirol.
An overview of 5-star S-hotels and 5-star hotels in Tirol that cooperate with tour operators can be found in the download link below.
Tirol is the Bearer of Toques
It is well known that the best way to someone’s heart is through their stomach, and all the more so with the Tirolean culinary scene. Sophisticated Tirolean cuisine is as uniquely pleasuresome as a successful summit ascent. Gault Millau 2019 has once again bestowed numerous Tirolean restaurants with their coveted toque awards:
”Simon Taxacher“ Restaurant with its eponymous top chef at Relais & Châteaux Hotel Rosengarten in Kirchberg received an extraordinary 4 toques. Even experienced diners would “have their breath taken away” by Taxacher's culinary art, the gourmet guide writes.
Nine Tirolean restaurants were able to garner three toques for 2019. And Gault Millau awarded two toques to no less than 30 restaurants.
All Tirolean toque award-winning restaurants are listed here.
Let’s get together!
Tirol also leans towards the luxury segment when it comes to events. For example with the ultra-modern conference rooms at arlberg1800 Contemporary Art & Concert Hall at 1,800 metres above sea level in St. Christoph am Arlberg.
Innovative architecture mingles with futuristic design at ice Q gourmet restaurant in Sölden - at an eye-boggling 3,048 metres altitude. James Bond was also able to see this for himself in 2015, when he visited the highest award-winning restaurant in Austria to film his “Spectere” movie.
Swarovski Crystal Worlds have enchanted countless visitors since 1995. After Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna, they are Austria’s most visited attraction. The “Realm of the Giant” opened its 17th Chamber of Wonder with its "Chandelier of Grief", which bears the signature of eminent Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama.
An overview of the above and other leading event locations in Tirol can be found here.
How about a spot of golf? Tirol has 20 golf clubs in its repertoire, including 15 Golf Alpin partner clubs: Ranging from the Zugspitze and Lienzer Dolomites, to the Kitzbüheler Alps and Seefeld Olympic region, luxurious facilities down in the valleys invite you to tee off just as much as stamina testing alpine courses.
More information on golfing in Tirol can be found here.
Shopping experiences in a class of their own
From small shops and trendy boutiques, to modern department stores: The choice for a special shopping experience in Tirol is enormous. Accompanied by a glass of Prosecco perhaps? No problem. Chic cafés and restaurants are also never far away. And you will be spoilt for choice when looking for classy souvenirs of felt, leather or loden from Tirol.
Further information on shopping in Tirol: Click here!
Quick and easy travel to the “Heart of the Alps“
Whether by car, bus, train or direct flights: Tirol enjoys perfect travel links, making it quick and easy to access.