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With sites ranging from cosmopolitan cities to alpine grandeur, Austria makes for the perfect spa holiday. Culture vultures head for the magnificent cities of Vienna, Salzburg, and Innsbruck, or to Linz or Graz for those who prefer a modern flair. But for deep relaxation, what could be better than a spa resort surrounded by the snow-capped peaks of Lienz or Zell am See? Spa Hotels Austria offers the most relaxing choices. You will be drawn in by alpine treatments, swimming pools and massages.

Spa Hotels Austria

Visitors staying in spa hotels in Austria are in for a real treat. With its stately palaces, alpine scenery, and ultra-modern cities, Austria is simply crammed with nature and culture. And what better way to unwind after a long day of sightseeing than resting in one of the Austria’s world class wellness hotels?

Our selection of spa hotels in Austria

© Tauern Spa Hotel & Therme, Salzburg


is home to some of the best spa hotels in Austria. It’s also a stunning city in its own right. Imperial palaces, including the Schonbrunn Palace, the Hofburg and the Belvedere Palace vie for visitors’ attention, while traditional coffee shops and wine taverns serve fine products against a backdrop of Baroque elegance.


Once upon a time, Mozart roamed the dignified streets of Salzburg. Two hundred and fifty years on, the city looks much the same and there is still a strong bind to classical music. Its lavish architecture, graceful domes, and fresh mountain air are the very essence of Austria, and staying in a spa hotel here really soothes the senses.


Between Vienna and Salzburg lies the city of Linz with its ultra-modern flare. Upper Austria’s capital manages to delicately tread the line between tradition and change. Designated a UNESCO City of Media Arts, Linz boasts an array of modern museums that sit comfortably alongside 17th c. cathedrals and 15th c. frescos.


The dramatic scenery of Innsbruck lures travellers to some of the most stunning spa hotels in Austria. Its stunning old town is filled with quaint streets, Baroque architecture, and impressive monuments, including the Triumphal Arch and the Federal State Parliament building. Outside the city, lie magnificent alpine pastures and an Olympic ski jump ramp.


Spa hotels Austria © Pure Lermoos, TyrolThe relaxed city of Graz manages to disguise its status as Austria’s second largest city behind its comforting demeanour: a magnificent castle watches over the city and an array of exquisite churches and museums wait to be discovered. Home to some of the most relaxing spa hotels in Austria, Graz is a place to truly unwind.


Flanked by the dramatic Dolomites, Lienz is a town with a Mediterranean flair. A popular winter holiday destination for lovers of cross-country skiing, Lienz is also home to some stunning spa hotels. But there’s more to this town than snow. The Dolomites offer opportunities for hiking, cycling, and water sports, while the old town is a picturesque delight filled with colourful town houses and pretty buildings.

Zell am See

Perched on the Zeller Lake and surrounded by stunning snow-capped mountains, the town of Zell am See is set amidst a holiday region offering over 800mi. of ski slopes to suit all levels. The nearby mountain peaks offer not only skiing trails, but also hiking trails, and the town offers water sports facilities, as well as some spectacular spa hotels.

Our Favorite Spa Hotels in Austria

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The Tauern Spa Hotel & Therme, Puradies Hotel & Chalets and the [ElisabethHotel Premium Private Retreat Adults only are particularly popular with our customers as wellness hotels.

The Aqua Dome Tirol Therme Längenfeld, the Alpentherme Gastein, the Therme Rogner Bad Blumau and the Kapruner Tauern SPA Zell am See are very popular thermal spas in Austria.

The AQUA DOME in Tirol Längenfeld has the largest wellness area with a total of 20,000 sqm.

The main season for a wellness holiday in Austria is between October and March. In winter you can also look forward to snow-covered landscapes.

For couples, the Boutique Hotel Bergvilla in Feldkirch with a private pool and the Eder - Lifestyle Hotel](/hotel/hotel-eder) in Maria Alm are suitable.

The AQUA DOME in Längenfeld, the Almdorf Seinerzeit and the Puradies Hotel & Chalets both offer a babysitter.

Styria, Tyrol, Voralberg and Mayrhofen are particularly popular regions for a wellness holiday.

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