This unique state, most famous for it's skiing, is a rich mix of Northern Italian, Austrian and Bavarian influences. A particularly verdant region filled with lush green meadows, charming cottages, and a more relaxed pace of life, Austria's Tirol region has long been a home to dreamers and writers alike. 19th century statesman and writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe wrote of Tirol, “Here I have finally found a place of quiet, a place of peace, the like of which I could have only wished for.” With more than 500 peaks over 3,000m and more than 600 glaciers along the main alpine ridge, this area boasts not only a singular landscape but also a variety of activities, from hiking and rock-climbing in the warm summer months to alpine and cross-country skiing and tobogganing in the cold bright days of winter.
Opening December 2020, Ullrhaus St Anton am Arlberg in Tirol, Austria, is a hotel of muted luxury, where cool design marries Alpine soul and a minimalist edge. Located in the resort of St Anton in the Tyrolean Alps, home to some of the Alps’ most exhilarating skiing.read more
Built into the original Medieval town walls of Hall, this former guilders’ house of traditional Tirol style has stood here for well over half a century with records dating back to 1450. Today, behind the rose petal façade, lies the small Kontor Boutiquehotel.read more
Close to the Tirol mountains of the Tux and Zillertal Alps, this new boutique hub of chilled design and nostalgic tradition, stepping away from the chocolate-box picture-post-card image with creative art installations and a casual approach to life in the alps.read more
Drenched in Tirol originality and crafted by a setting of mountainous vistas. This luxury ski & spa hotel is all about boutique personality, passion, delicious food and a perfect location that hugs the snow-capped plateau, with windows that frame endless Austrian mountain eye-candy.read more