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Hotel Garni Valulla

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Guests1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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#27 of 108 B&Bs / Inns in Ischgl
Welcome to Hotel Garni Valulla, your Ischgl “home away from home.” Hotel Garni Valulla aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year. Rooms at Hotel Garni Valulla provide a sofa and a desk, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available. In addition, Hotel Garni Valulla offers a sauna and a lounge, which will help make your Ischgl trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests. Ischgl has plenty of pubs. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Kuhstall Ischgl, Trofana Alm, and Cafe Bistro Al Aua, which are serving up some great dishes. Best of all, Hotel Garni Valulla makes it easy to experience many great Ischgl attractions like Die Pfarrkirche Ischgl (0.1 mi) and Silvretta Center (0.1 mi), which are a short distance away. Hotel Garni Valulla puts the best of Ischgl at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Ski In / Ski Out
Free internet
Public wifi
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
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Non-smoking rooms
Bath / shower
Hair dryer
Wake-up service / alarm clock
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Great View
Languages Spoken
English, German


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73Somewhat walkable
Grade: 73 out of 100
42Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
13Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
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First day: Comes home at 22.30 after a joyful day of skiing, and afterskiing. The owner comes out and we ask him for a drink from the bar and were told it was closed. Accept that and head to the ski room (and now the owner wants proof that we live at his hotel! - even though he welcomed us shaking our hands just 9 hours before). One person, by mistake, steps into the doormat at the hotel still wearing his ski boots but quickly gets reminded and of cause goes to take them of - and everybody goes to sleep. Second day: Come home at 21.45 and ask for a drink at the bar but gets rejected, again, as it allegedly would close at 22.00!? Assume the owner is joking and friendly tries to persuade him to serve us a drink (as 6 other people are still there - and it is not 22.00 yet) - but he rejects us again. As we ,a little frustrated, head to our rooms he runs after us screaming about his long opening hours, that we walked in with ski boots on the night before and how much noise we made at the ski room. And that we definitely can´t buy a drink - or use the sauna (Which we have absolutely no interest in as we are in our full ski outfits!). We are honestly caught by surprise and tell him that we totally disagree with his point of view and really don´t want his drinks any more... But he goes on and on.... and ends up shouting: "you are out"! Next morning the receptionist (most likely the farther) approaches us at the breakfast table stating that that our behavior has been "a disaster" and if we once again come to the ski room later than 20.00, will be checked out of the hotel immediately. We are stunned and confused about all this hassle!!... And first then we investigate and find out that ski boots are actually prohibited in the whole town after 20.00. But fact is: The hotel didn't hand over this, apparently very crucial, information whatsoever. So how would we even know as no other Austrian ski town has this rule!? Might I add that we are two couples in our 40’s...and we didn't use the hotel for other than sleeping and eating breakfast. We were definitely were not throwing room parties or anything like that. So there really was no reason for these attacks. This experience did sadly take some of the joy from our annual 3 days' of vacation, which my husband, I and our friends have been looking forward to for a long time. We are disappointed, to say the least, in our stay with Valülla. Not by fact that we could not buy a drink or turn ski boots in later than 20.00 .....but by this unnecessarily hostility! What an unacceptable way to treat your guests. This family should definitely give up the service business as it clearly brings them a lot of stress and frustations. When we are returning to Ischgl with our whole family next week we will fortunately not be staying at Hotel garni Valülla!!
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Perfect location. 67 steps to the dorf tunnel leading directly to the lift. End of the day ski almost to the door. The hotel is family owned and very friendly. The only downside is no dinner served at the hotel and Iscghl is very pricey compared to other resorts in Austria
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First time I was there in 2002 and I liked it, than I came few times and each time I had great experiences. Nice and very clean rooms, very friendly staff, good breakfast, good facilities. Regarding location that’s amazing: 20 meters to the lift which drop you to the tunnel and max 5 minutes to Fimbabahn and 30 meters to returning slope. 5-7 minutes walk to the shops and restaurants.
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Small hotel situated perfectly close to slopes and city center. No restaurant, but good breakfast (also gluten free, when you notice) and nice bar and terrace. They also had spa/sauna, which was quite ok, anyway better than ever in Sweden. Very friendly service.
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A very nice, family owned hotel with an extremely nice and helpful staff! It is situated very close to an elevator that brings out within 200m (connected with a 'roling pavenemt') of one of he major lifts, to the main skiing area. The pist ends 50m from the main door! There is a parking garage within 500m of the hotel.
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$105 - $148 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
AustriaAustrian AlpsTirolIschgl
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