Located in the west of Austria, Innsbruck is a pretty mountain town, famous for its world-class winter sports facilities. It has twice hosted the Winter Olympics and like many other ski resorts, offers stunning hiking trails in the summer months. Innsbruck is full of grand buildings, many of which serve as hotels or museums and the whole town has a very traditional Alpine feel. Known as the ‘Capital of the Alps’, Innsbruck has excellent rail connections to the rest of Austria as well as cities in Germany, Italy and France.
Located in the old town area of Innsbruck, close to the famous ‘Golden Roof’ building, this hotel boasts modern bedrooms with air-conditioning, safe and flat-screen TV as well as an indoor swimming pool and two spa areas, one on a roof terrace overlooking the city. Guests can enjoy local and international cuisine in the hotel’s onsite restaurant.
Grand Hotel Europa
Conveniently located across the road from the station in Innsbruck, the Grand Hotel Europa is a luxurious property combining modern comforts with an elegant Italian design and Tyrolean warmth. Bedrooms are equipped with flat screen TVs, air-conditioning and Wi-Fi access.
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