Tyrol: rugged mountains and welcoming valleys
This spectacular region attracts visitors throughout the year, not simply in the winter when it is full of winter-sports enthusiasts. The Olympic Bergisel Ski Jump, designed by architect Zaha Hadid, offers visitors to the restaurant breathtaking panoramic views of Innsbruck.
Innsbruck is synonymous with romance
Court Church contains the empty tomb of the Emperor Maximilian I and the Imperial Palace, with its gilded halls replete with portraits of the Habsburgs, that are places where a sense of the past give visitors a feeling of being where history and romance meet to create new memories. The Renaissance style Ambras Castle towers high above Innsbruck, a city which is the most romantic of destinations. The romance will continue with a stay in a Tyrol luxury hotel, whether to celebrate the start of a union or perhaps an anniversary of being together.
Clear air and spectacular scenery
The idyllic Tyrol outdoors offer alpine luxury for any active nature lover. In the winter, the skiing opportunities are endless, and summer let’s visitors hike and climb in the picturesque landscape. After the open air endeavours, guest can enjoy a massage or a spa treatment the Tyrol luxury hotel.