The Hotel Tyrol is made up of two interconnected buildings, in a great central location, a short walk to the bars and shops of Seefeld. The ski bus stops outside the hotel, giving easy access to the slopes.
The hotel offers a warm and cosy atmosphere - typical of the Tyrolean ethos. Kick back with a refreshing drink in the bar or unwind in the wellness area and swimming pool. Rooms are elegantly furnished, creating an environment for total relaxation off the mountains.
The Tyrol has everything you need, which makes it easy to enjoy your valuable time with family and friends. The friendly team are multilingual and are ready to help out, whatever your requirements. Plus - if you're travelling with youngsters - cots, changing tables and highchairs are available.
- Great location only a short walk to the resort centre and the ski bus stop.
- Furnished in a traditional Tyrolean style.
- Indoor pool and wellness area with sauna and steam room.
- Cosy bar and lounge, and games area for kids
- Central location
- 5 minutes' walk (450m) to the main shops and bars
- 5-10 minutes' walk (500m) to the ski school meeting point and nursery slopes
- 15 minutes' walk (1km) to the Rosshütte lifts
- Ski bus stops outside for the Rosshütte gondola - approx 5-minute bus ride
- Welcome drink
- Hot and cold buffet breakfast
- Afternoon coffee and cake
- 3-course waiter-served or buffet evening meals with a choice of main course and daily salad buffet
- Vegetarian option available
*Note: Many Austrian hotels do not serve free tap water with meals.
· free WiFi · 75 bedrooms · lift to all floors · extra charge for Internet station
Wine, dine and unwind
· lounge · bar
Spa, wellness and pools
· indoor pool · wellness area with sauna and steam room
For the family
· games area for children · extra charge for babysitting services
All rooms have an LCD satellite TV, free WiFi, hairdryer, minibar and safe.
Twin Room - sleeps 2: Austrian twin beds, private bath or shower and WC.
Triple Room - sleeps 2-3: Austrian twin beds, single sofa bed, private bath or shower and WC.
Single Room - sleeps 1: Single bed, private bath or shower and WC.
Austrian twin beds
Austrian twin beds are very common in Central Europe. They’re simply one large bed frame containing two single mattresses, both with separate duvets and linen sets, that cannot be separated. Separate twin beds are less common and can often be head to head beds, rather than side by side, if they are available.
- Popular village that’s full of history and is surrounded by the Wetterstein and Karwendl mountain ranges.
- Fast lifts and a mix of easy and intermediate slopes across the Gschwandtkopf and Rosshütte areas.
- Some of the best cross-country skiing in the Alps, with 256km of trails and something for all abilities.
An international resort steeped in Olympic history, Seefeld has separate ski areas for beginners and intermediates, floodlit night skiing and a huge cross-country network. Just a stone’s throw from the Tyrolean capital Innsbruck, Seefeld is an attractive village built around a large pedestrian centre. Seefeld is known for hosting the Winter Olympics, both in 1964 and 1976, and most recently the first Youth Olympics in 2012. The village has plenty of high quality hotels and a range of activities for skiers and non-skiers alike. It’s an excellent choice for groups of mixed ability skiers or groups including non-skiers.
As well as being an Olympic hotspot this resort also has a well-established reputation as an excellent cross-country skiing destination. The extensive network of cross-country trails, including floodlit sections, are perfect for serious cross-country skiers or beginners looking to take up a new snow sport. The Olympiaregion Seefeld also boasts floodlit night skiing for alpine routes, and is accessed by a comfortable weatherproof chairlift with heated seats.
Off the slopes you can take advantage of the Olympic sports centre and ice skating rink for the full winter experience. After dark there are plenty of restaurants, bars and even a casino for those who fancy a roll of the dice. Alternatively if you feel like exploring the local area, then Innsbruck is easily reachable from the resort, with plenty of shopping and sights to see.
For a gentle introduction to skiing, Seefeld's superb ski school and slopes are highly recommended. Lessons begin on the Geigenbühel beginners' area - perfect for mastering those snowplough turns - before heading further afield to slightly steeper runs to practise your newly-found skills.
The Gschwandtkopf is close to the village centre and caters mostly for lower intermediates. From the other end of the village, a mountain railway allows you to travel in comfort up to the Rosshütte, offering more challenging pistes for intermediates.
While adventurous experts may find the area limiting, there are one or two runs on the Rosshütte which should not be taken lightly. The upper slopes of the Seefelder Joch are often heavily mogulled and the off-piste on the far side of the Härmelekopf is excellent, but should only be tackled with a guide due to a number of inconspicuous cliffs.
Seefeld has some of the best cross-country skiing in the Alps, with terrain suitable for every level. The trails, suitable for both classic and skating styles, were originally designed for the 1976 Winter Olympics and have been used ever since by recreational and professional alike. The course, that runs past frozen lakes, through forests and high, open plateaux, is groomed daily and includes tracks for adaptive Nordic skiing, floodlit trails and dog-friendly routes. The trails aren't free to use, but can be accessed for a small charge.