For more on Tyrol, see Caitlin’s 7 reasons to visit Tyrol, Austria, in summer.
Austria is famous for its traditional inns—all so cozy and quaint with beautiful carved wood. In Tyrol, you’ll certainly find those options, but you’ll also find modern wellness options with spas and a ton of outdoor space to breathe in that fresh mountain air. Here’s a list of hotels that range from traditional to minimalistic in Kufstein, Innsbruck and St. Anton to get you all around the province of Tyrol.
Hotel Schwarzer Adler, St. Anton (Dorfstraße 35, A-6580 St. Anton am Arlberg; +43 544 62 24 40)
Let the Alpine spirit renew you at Hotel Schwarzer Adler. Built around 1550 by the Knights of St. John, the “Schwarzer Adler” was a typical Tyrolean Inn that was highly valued as a stopover for travelers and merchants. It’s cozy and traditional with modern spa amenities like the massive sauna area and relaxation area. Schedule a yoga class with Sandy outside to center yourself.
Dine in style at the excellent restaurant on site. You can choose from the five-course menu or off the main menu. There’s always a choice of fish, meat or vegetarian dishes. Chef Stephan Dialer and his team prepare food with the freshest seasonal and local products.
Hotel Armona, Thiersee/Kufstein (Armona Medical Alpinresort, Breiten 110, A-6335 Thiersee; +43 537 62 14 00)
At Hotel Armona, you’ll experience wellness with gorgeous views of Thiersee out your window. The view of Lake Thiersee out on your private balcony may even keep you right there for most of your stay. While the hotel does host out-of-towners coming for medical procedures, it’s also open for leisure guests.
This hotel is a picturesque spot to unwind and disconnect from the world close to Kufstein. There’s massage, spa, pool, and sauna on site. Also visit Vidro, the a la carte restaurant on property with unique, healthy, seafood, and other dishes served with a panoramic view of Thiersee Valley from the terrace.
Adlers Hotel, Innsbruck (Adlers Hotel, Bruneckerstraße 2, 6020 Innsbruck; +43 512 56 31 00, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Adlers Hotel is located in the heart of Innsbruck with its modern flair and breathtaking mountain views. The 75 rooms view Nordkette, Old Town and the Patscherkofel. The top floor holds panoramic views and a great breakfast buffet with champagne.
You can walk to the main street of town for great shopping and food (Maria-Theresien- Street) and the Old Town (5-10 minute walk).
For more: 7 reasons to visit Tyrol in summer.
For more on travel to Tyrol, visit tyrol.com.
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