About Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol
Perched amid a nature reserve in the Austrian Alps, 1,300 meters above sea level, the five-star Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol is a grand and spacious setting where visitors enjoy fresh alpine air and picture-postcard views of the Tyrol region. The elegant hotel, which opened in 1985, offers a variety of summer and winter outdoor sports activities, as well as breathtaking vistas. A highlight is its sprawling spa, which won the “World Luxury Award Best Spa Austria” in 2012. It offers a full range of massages, facials, body treatments and baths, including specialty treatments for men, teens and children, using Sisley, Dermalogica, and Vinoble Men products.
The hotel and its environs boast numerous recreational activities, including golf, tennis, swimming and hiking on the 650 miles of trails accessible directly from the property; winter brings skiing at nearby slopes and taking horse-drawn sleigh rides and snowshoeing tours. In addition, Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol’s dining has been awarded with three toques from Gault Millau.
About this Brand
At 5,300 square meters, Interalpen SPA is an expansive, elegant retreat for rejuvenation and respite. A Roman-style marble-floored hallway leads into a large reception area, decorated in cream and gold, and then downstairs to the sauna and relaxation areas. More than half of the 25 treatment rooms sport views of the surrounding mountains, as does the fireside relaxation room. All guests have unlimited access to the indoor-outdoor panoramic pool, an indoor saltwater pool with underwater sound, Jacuzzi pools and a pick of saunas—from the separate women's and men's areas to the cozy Tyrolean sauna village with a Kneipp stream, various baths and aroma-infused grottos. Accents of regional stone and wood can be found throughout the pool area.
Facial and body treatments incorporate far eastern wisdom and western techniques, focusing on all-over health and beauty. Spa therapy techniques include thalassotherapy, special baths, classic, medical, and four-hands massage, physiotherapy, anti-aging procedures and internal medicine consultations.
Other Body Wraps
Indian Head Massage
Facilities & Amenities
Fitness & Activities
- Autogenous training
Cranio Sacral Massage
Pilates with Mat
Enjoy a US$100 Spa Credit or a 60-Minute Spa Treatment per Person, per Stay
Mar 14, 2013 - Jul 31, 2013
Mar 14, 2013 - Jul 31, 2013
Enjoy a US$100 spa credit (or equivalent in local currency) OR relax with a one-hour spa treatment (per person, per stay), along with the excellence you expect at a Leading Hotel. All offers are subject to availability. Terms and conditions vary by participating property.
Call 1 877-885-2513 and mention Promo Code L37 to book this exclusive offer!
Location & Hours
Interalpen-Hotel TyrolDr.-Hans-Liebherr-Alpenstrasse 1
- Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol is located 30 minutes from Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport and two hours from Munich Airport International. Transfer is free of charge from Innsbruck's airport and train station or from train stations in the villages within 18 miles of the property.
- Children under the age of 15 can use the sauna village and salt grottos until 3 p.m.; they must be accompanied by an adult.
- The hotel can accommodate business groups of up to 400 people.
- The family friendly destination is open most of the year, closing for parts of April, November and December.
- Those traveling with the little ones can appreciate the children’s nursery school, youth programming, and private babysitting services.
- Dogs are permitted in guest rooms for a €24 per-night fee.
Facilities & Amenities
Guests at Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol need look no further than their doorstep to enjoy year-round fitness opportunities and adventures in the Austrian Alps. Hundreds of miles of hiking trails can be explored alone or with guides. In winter, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, curling, skating, skiing, snowboarding, Nordic walking and horse-drawn sleigh rides can all be arranged through the hotel. Summer brings biking, horseback riding, and more hiking; an indoor golf area includes a driving range, putting area, and simulator.
In the fitness center, visitors can book personal training sessions or join daily fitness, outdoor and relaxation programs that comprise yoga, Pilates, aerobics and Zumba. Use of the five indoor and outdoor tennis courts is also included. Guests may also want to experience the cultural offerings of the area, including the historic town of Innsbruck, the world-acclaimed Bregenz and Salzburg Festivals, Castle Linderhof, Kloster Ettal, folk plays in Telfs, Swarovski Crystal World or the Klangdom am Berg symphony concerts. Zugspitze, Germany’s largest mountain, is also worth a visit.
Rooms & Dining
The Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol's 282 apartments, suites and single rooms are decorated in the style of the region with cool oak wood tones, pine furnishings and natural fabrics and textures. Most rooms have a tiled stove and alpine views from balconies. The largest room is the 206-square-meter Panorama Suite, which has sweeping views, a second bedroom that can be used as a conference room, two bathrooms and a spacious terrace.
Guests can choose among six restaurants, a winter garden, and a spa restaurant. The breakfast area offers buffets and fresh-baked goods from the hotel's own bakery, and the spa’s restaurant serves nutritious à la carte dishes made with natural produce sourced from Tyrolean farmers. The half-board option features a six-course evening menu, including an extensive salad and cheese buffet, served in several different areas and in the winter garden. Every Sunday, a gala dinner is held with musical accompaniment.
Other Needs Accommodated