Interalpen Hotel Tyrol

Tyrolean ski palace with spa village

Dr -Hans-Liebherr-Alpenstra e 1 Telfs-Buchen Seefeld A-6410 Austria 43 0 50809-30

Who's Going

Sexy Skiiers, German Couples, Adventure Families

Reason to Stay

Ski Lodge, Gourmet Eatery, Rustic Architecture, Sauna

Hotel Type

Luxury Ski Resort

A quintessential ski hotel, Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol located along a forested high plateau near Seefeld offers the perfect conditions for skiing in winter and hiking, cycling and climbing in summer. With easy access to Ötztal, Axamer Lizum and the Seefeld Olympic ski slopes, a five-star shuttle service transports gusts to and from the hotel during peak season. Its rambling semi-architectural façade looks like you could ski jump off its inverted v-shaped roofline with balconies and main floor gardens erupting from its sides.<br />&nbsp;<br />Inside, an unexpectedly grand lobby with double sided staircase under white plaster ceiling footed by wood-paneled columns is adorned with crystal 100-light chandeliers and parquet wood floors from a far grander time. With most guests staying for weeklong stays, a half-board option presented nightly 5-course tasting menu in the grand dining room with evening drinking scene in the fireside bar or Hofburgbar.<br />&nbsp;<br />One of the largest spas in the Tyrolean Alps, a massive space of indoor/outdoor pools indylic post-slopes in winter leads to a well-equipped fitness area and alpine-theme sauna village spread across two floors with upper level floors divided by sexes and lower level offering unique scents, illusions and themes followed by dips in the saltwater grotto and nap in the relaxation room with solarium and valley views.&nbsp; <br />

The Room

A total of 282 single rooms, apartments and suites and single rooms are furnished in Tyrolean style with knotty pine floors and windows overlooking the majestic mountain terrain. Hearty wood doors open to spacious guest areas defined by flowery-tiled stove with built-in banquette dining area for morning breakfast and late-night games. Single rooms are more spacious and attractive than you’d expect with step-out balconies and attractive wooden décor with wardrobe and marble bathrooms. Apartments feel just as they sound, comfy living areas ideal for longer stays with single or double bed options as well as larger furnished terraces. Suites feature divided living and sleeping areas with optional second bedroom that provide maximum privacy for younger families with nightlife-minded parents.

Preferred Room


Special Features

Luxury Suites, Gourmet Eatery, Historic Hotel


Luxury Spa, Sexy Clientele, Ski Concierge, Pool, Spa, Sauna, Lounge, Bar

Reviewed by:

Angela Trotz
Editorial Review Author


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