This ancient Alpine city has been an international hub as early as the 4th Century. Home to two winter Olympics—in 1964 and 1976—this Tyrolean capital city has incredible and wide-spread facilities, lodging options, dining establishments and offers laundry list of things to do and see. Innsbruck is as much of a cultural draw as a winter sports attraction, and the lodging reflect its many visitors. This is great news for just about every ski vacationer, since there’s something for everyone.
Below you’ll find Ski.com’s top lodging picks. To learn more about these properties, call, or chat with, one of our knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.
Conveniently placed, the Hotel Innsbruck is sits in the historical old town, offering easy access to cultural attractions and incredible dining options. Families particularly love Hotel Innsbruck because it takes a lot of the guesswork out of their ski vacation. The hotel offers 110 modern rooms with the latest standards, and a complementary, English movie channel. Kids and parents alike appreciate the large indoor pool, sauna, steam bath, relaxing showers, fitness room and a massage room.
Circa 1860, the Grand Hotel Europa exudes storied elegance sure to please those seeking an Innsbruck luxury ski vacation. Once, and sometimes still, a favorite respite of European royalty, this five-star hotel features a unique blend of chic, modern Italian design and traditional Tyrol touches, like wood beams. The Grand Hotel Europa situated in the center of the city, just opposite the train station.
To learn more about Innsbruck lodging call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.