Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Pertisau does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Rieser Aktiv & Spa Resort, a nice option for travelers like you.
In addition, while staying at Hotel Rieser Aktiv & Spa Resort guests have access to room service, and you can stay connected with free wifi. You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast while staying at Hotel Rieser Aktiv & Spa Resort. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hotel Rieser Aktiv & Spa Resort.
Pertisau has plenty of diners. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Restaurant Anna Stueberl, GustoNeun40, and Gasthaus-Pension Golfvilla, which are serving up some great dishes.
Hotel Rieser Aktiv & Spa Resort puts the best of Pertisau at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Hotel Reiser is an example of a beautiful hotel which achieves incredible standards. There is genuine warmth and Austrian hospitality, achieved by being a well run by the Reiser family. We have visited before and return each time to the beautiful rooms, outstanding food, peace, beautiful situation and fantastic spa and pool facilities. Huge amounts of thought have gone into what is on offer. Having worked in Austria I have seen many hotels - this is the one we return to. Pertisau is a lovely small resort, far away from the intensity of the bigger destinations. In fact another reason to love this hotel are the miles of brilliant cross country runs on the doorstep.
Today I went to look at this hotel as I have booked to stay there next year with inghams. As you walk in this hotel has class and style the lady on the desk was so helpful as I ask her about the hotel I had a coffee and told the water Mark I would be back for lunch I came back at 1pm. He sat me down I had a wonderful well cooked and presented meal well done the kitchen and I must say Marks service was excellent some nice wine to There were too English guests there having lunch. Staying at the hotel. They showed me round. And I must say won me over big time. I can no wait to go back. 22 Aug. John osborne.
Our holiday at hotel Das Rieser was irreparably damaged by the failure of the hotel to provide the correct room on arrival. The problem was made worse by 3 separate actions of the staff: 1. When we told reception we had not been given the room we booked, the room they confirmed and re-confirmed a week before we arrived, she responded by telling us we had been given the room we booked. Untrue. We had to show the photographs they had earlier sent us of the room before Reception agreed we had been given the wrong room. 2. The receptionist invited us to go and have a coffee while she sorted out the problem. Over an hour later, when we had heard nothing further, we returned to Reception only to find she had done nothing while we had been left waiting. 3. Reception maintained they had made a mistake in allocating us the wrong room, something we cannot and do not believe. The automated reservation system protects against that happening without deliberate intervention. We believe we had been deliberately downgraded to make way for somebody else getting the room for which we had a confirmed reservation. Management hoped or believed we wouldn't notice and would pay the higher room rate and be happy with the lesser room. We view this as highly unethical behaviour, behaviour which greatly impacted on our enjoyment of our stay at Das Rieser. We were eventually given the correct room for 5 nights of our seven night stay and a small reduction in price. Poor compensation for the level of disruption. It was also interesting to note that the owners made no attempt to speak to us about the problem. We had to track them down to make our feelings known. The hotel, the gardens and the facilities are indeed very nice. Away from Reception and Senior Management we found the staff to be helpful and pleasant. Breakfast was top class and dinners were also very good. The hotel policy of charging for tap water is annoying.…
Just back from a lovely stay at the Rieser. Staff were great and really went out of their way to help. The Rieser is a really well run hotel and it goes to show how well family run hotels can work - the family was noticeably around and in charge and they did a really good job and likewise their team. The breakfasts were amazing and couldn’t be bettered in even more expensive establishments. Dinners were pretty good, the English translations on the daily menu sheet certainly raised a smile! A very good wine list with good Austrian and Italian wines. Very good cheeseboard with a book detailing the cheeses. I had a super room facing south and I could see the lake from my bedroom window as well as the mountain. Decor was very traditionally Tirolean. I would definitely return. What didn’t I like - the cakes on the cake buffet weren’t too hot (and no strudel or Sacher torte), the charge for tap water (which seems to happen in all Pertisau hotels) and although the service when picked up from Jenbach was slick, you were just dropped off at the station on the way back. Thank you to all.…
We only ate lunch here but would recommend the restaurant. We arrived just before the kitchen closed to be greeted in German. The waiter/s on realising this quickly got is an English menu and ordering late wasn't an issue. The waiter, we identified was Gary, is a fluent English and German speaking Romanian who couldn't be more helpful of he tried with a wonderful twist of humour. Lovely roast beef dinner washed down with a few thunder showers and help to find the bis stop home was 'top of the day'.