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Having travelled on the forest line we had a drink in the cafe am platz which is part of the sports hotel. Drinks outside. Reasonably priced. Menu only in German but he did speak English. Pleasant spot for a break .
A mediocre hotel, pool is mega crowded in the evening and the kids just jump in despite it not being allowed. We were kept awake by noisy kids running up and down the corridor (no doubt mums and dads were enjoying the bar), there was...More
Having staid here a few years ago it was an immediate choice for a planned ski holiday. The hotel is 20 mins by taxi from Innsbruck airport and has a bus stop to the Patscherkofel ski area outside the door.
Whilst researching prices we noticed...More
Great to sit outside in the winter sunshine and enjoy a Glühwein. Shame however that the dumpling soup was awful. I had the same beef stock and dumpling soup all week in Innsbruck and grown rather find of it. Sadly it was completely lacking in...More
Yes very good bus service (J) every ten minutes from near station to 50 yards from hotel. Tickets available from driver - approx €3 (buying 4 or 8 in advance from the Tabak shop works out cheaper). All info on web site.
Hi there. Salzburg and Halstatt are a wee bit away. However, train would be the quickest. There are plenty of places to visit from Innsbruck ie Hall in Tirol (by bus), St. Anton, Seefeld, Munich, Garmisch, Mittenwald... More
Hi there. Salzburg and Halstatt are a wee bit away. However, train would be the quickest. There are plenty of places to visit from Innsbruck ie Hall in Tirol (by bus), St. Anton, Seefeld, Munich, Garmisch, Mittenwald (all by train). I would save the Salzburg area for another time. Hope this is of help.