Run by the Kathrein family, the hotel used to be the former ancestral seat of a Paznaun family and the traditional décor and furnishings reflect a byegone age. The vaulted dining room has a magnificent carved ceiling – and there is also a wood-panelled wine bar using timbers from over 300 years ago. We think the hotel represents very good value for four-star in Ischgl and are delighted to add it to our recommendations for this season.
Price based on per person rate with 2 sharing a standard room. This is a guide price and availability is not guaranteed. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays), exchange rates, flight class and room type can affect prices considerably.
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The rooms are all comfortable - those located in the Tower having a special charm. There are also Junior Suites as well as single rooms available.
7 nights – guide prices per person
Ischgl ski resort in the Tyrol ski area is one of the most impressive in Austria with a great reputation for its après ski scene and superb skiing. Many natives would rate it as one of the best ski resorts, with a long season and a reliable natural snow record.
The village itself is long and narrow and comprises a mixture of original and faux-Tyrolean buildings. The main street is effectively traffic-free and there’s an underground walkway from the centre of town to the Fimba gondola. There is absolutely no shortage of bars, restaurants and shops lining the pavements.
Thanks to its efforts to offset carbon emissions, the implementation of a reforestation programme in the local valley and powering its ski lifts with almost 100% renewable energy, Ischgl ski resort has been recognised as the largest climate-neutral ski area in the Alps.
Call our ski experts today to find out more about Ischgl ski resort.