Meet Tirol’s members of the Austria Collection Hotels

Get to know the five properties across Seefeld, Sölden, Längenfeld and Innsbruck

Aqua Dome Ötztal (c) AQUA DOME Tirol Therme Laengenfeld

When you hear the name Tirol, you might think of mountains, felt hats, and long sunny hikes. You can almost certainly track down all three at these five spectacular hotels – part of the Austria Hotel Collection – which take their Tirolean spirit seriously. Impressive spa hotels and boutique gems provide a homey feeling for all types of travellers!

Astoria Resort, Seefeld

Aqua Dome Ötztal (c) AQUA DOME Tirol Therme Längenfeld

Originally the ‘Pension Britannia”, the Hotel ASTORIA in Seefeld, 30min outside of Innsbruck, has a long history as the epitome of Alpine luxury. In the 1950s, the Alpine jet-set stayed here – the ladies enjoying 5 o’clock tea and the gentlemen their cigars. Now you can recapture that elegance at the Hotel ASTORIA, which is still family-run to this day. The Mauthner family deliberately opted for Seefeld and its mid-altitude location near Zurich, Munich, Vienna, and Salzburg. It was clear from the beginning that the ASTORIA should be a family-owned five-star hotel run by directors – although today, the hotel is run by a member of the owner family: Elisabeth Gürtler.

Innovations and expansions are always ongoing – the rooms and suites have been adapted to the highest standards from 2012 to 2015, while the outdoor area was last updated in 2016. Despite this long tradition of excellence, the Hotel ASTORIA is constantly changing and renovating to provide guests with the best experience. Enjoy Alpine-chic rooms, a private spa, and the award-winning resort cuisine, which uses regional ingredients.

Find out more about the hotel HERE.


Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol, Seefeld

Interalpen Hotel Tyrol (c) Interalpen Hotel Tyrol

The Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol is a 5-star superior hotel in the middle of the Tyrolean Alps and a member of The Leading Hotels of the World. Situated at 1,300m above sea level on the high plateau of Seefeld, it captivates visitors with a unique and secluded location in the midst of pristine nature, with alpine surrounding. Here guests can enjoy outstanding quality, lasting moments of relaxation, Tirolean hospitality and service at the highest level.

Elegant, spacious Interalpen Spa with a magnificent panorama pool, spa garden and the Tirolean Sauna Village allow guests to unwind and be pampered. The hotel’s award-winning cuisine has its roots in Tirol with influences from across the world. For kitchen chef Mario Döring culinary craftsmanship is an art that is practised every day. For 2021, the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol received a pleasing 17.5 points / 4 toques for the Chef’s Table and 14.5 points / 2 toques for the restaurant from Gault&Millau and patissier Michael Hollaus was named “Patissier of the Year 2021”.

Find out more about the hotel HERE.


Das Central, Sölden

DAS CENTRAL Hotel Sölden (c) Rudi Wyhlidal

When guests arrive at Das Central in Sölden, they’ll be greeted with a cordial “Grüß Gott” before being led to the 5-star room. This is exactly what the hotel does so well: Tirolean charm merged with casual, yet world-class luxury. Exacting alpinists, fastidious families, well-travelled individuals, and those looking for relaxation with a hint of exclusivity – they all feel at home at DAS CENTRAL – ALPINE. LUXURY. LIFE in Sölden.

The 5-star hotel in Sölden looks back on 50 years of history, whilst constantly looking ahead when it comes to its offerings of international cuisine. Same goes for its sweeping 15,000-square-metre spa world: Let go of the day-to-day in no fewer than 10 different saunas and steam rooms with beautiful mountain views.

The hotel is open all year except May and June to take advantage of great hiking and outdoor sports in the summer or plan a cosy winter retreat with excellent skiing right around the corner.

Find out more about the hotel HERE.


AQUA DOME, Längenfeld

Aqua Dome Ötztal (c) AQUA DOME Tirol Therme Längenfeld

In the heart of Tirol’s Ötztal valley sits the AQUA DOME, a glittering wellness oasis featuring spacious indoor and outdoor pools, 14 different saunas, and a spa treatment world.

Tirol’s biggest spa prides itself on its three futuristic floating bowl pools, each of which offers a special highlight: Whether your clients prefer the invigorating massage bowl, the soothing sulphur bowl, or the brine bowl with underwater music and light effects, they’ll find their favourite relaxation spot here. The priceless combination of the state-of-the-art spa and the breathtaking Alpine landscape makes the AQUA DOME perfect for a romantic getaway or a relaxed family holiday.

There is no shortage of Tirolean charm and Gemütlichkeit at the AQUA DOME, where guests have access to a private spa, and can taste the excellent local cuisine in one of the hotel’s own restaurants or bars. The ideal base to combine a ski & spa holiday!

Find out more about the hotel HERE.


NALA Individuell Hotel, Innsbruck

NALA (c) Nala Individuell Hotel

The NALA was once an enchanting 50s hotel in Innsbruck. With great attention to detail, it has been transformed into a trendsetting city hotel.

From the outside, visitors see a calm façade in a pleasant, quiet location in the heart of the city. But on the inside, the NALA is bursting with unique flair: surprising colour combinations, quirky details, and an underlying elegance create the perfect environment. Hospitality takes centre stage here; to the dedicated staff of the NALA, guests’ needs are paramount.

The beautiful roof-top terrace and garden invites guests to escape the hustle and bustle of Innsbruck. The 57 guestrooms at NALA are so unique that it is hard to categorize them. Room “Bergisel” offers views of the famous Zaha Hadid ski jump. “Zen” is all about finding your centre while exploring Innsbruck! Room “Suite Pan Oh Rama Family” is ideal for families and groups with two bathrooms. There is a room type for everyone at NALA: even solo travellers can book their own “Mini Single Suite.” For those who want direct access to the hotel’s stunning garden, the ‘Garden Apartment” is a must.

Find out more about the hotel HERE.


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