‘Tirol isch lei oans, isch a Landl a kloans, isch a schians, isch a feins, und des Landl isch meins ...’ (Tyrol is a unique, beautiful, little state I call my own ...) That’s how they would sing the praises of the mountain state in a folk song. And that’s just the impression you get from the family-owned Hotel Alpenstolz in Mieders as well, just a 15 minute drive from the state capital Innsbruck. Little, lovely and leisurely – you’re sure to feel practically right at home here.
Designed with lots of wood structures, this gem at the forefront of the Stubai Valley just beams cosy warmth. The holiday apartment and the generous luxury rooms, each named after the Stubai mountain royalty, invite you to pour over a book, to unwind and leave the daily grind behind you in a restful setting.
Culinary indulgence programme at the hotel in the Stubai Valley
Dining in the hotel’s spirited restaurant is a special treat. For at the Hotel Alpenstolz, the manager tends to the cooking personally. Regional delicacies, many from our own farm, are prepared fresh for you with love. And after that?
It’s up for a drink in the Pfiff Bar. For nowhere else can you get to know the country and its people as you can chit-chatting at the regulars’ table.
Chilling at the heart of the Alps
It’s not just during the cold season that the little spa facility at the hotel in the Stubai Valley is worth a visit. Infrared cabin, steam bath, Finnish sauna, solarium (for a surcharge) and chill-out room will grant you hours of relaxation. All for free of course. Guests big and small will be drawn to the Alpenstolz garden, all spaciously laid out. How about a piece a cake with a cup of coffee al fresco? There are lots of secluded little spots, especially the terrace, and pretty garden loungers available for your afternoon feasts or a bath in the sun. Kids will be monkeying about on the trampoline or on the public playground right next to us, enjoying plenty of space to romp around with glee.
That’s how a holiday should be. We can’t wait to hear from you.
Yours, Martin Stolz & team