Hotel for nature-lovers and peace-seekers
Spa and health holidays in Tyrol
Yes! Ötztal is a great place to burn off energy! Discover alpine scenery on foot or on bicycles, and enjoy the countryside in the winter on skis or snow shoes. Maybe you prefer to take it easier, and use your holiday to take time for all the things you normally don’t find time for: Time to read a good book, lie back and relax, and let the mind and body recover.
Hotel Alpenblick is your doorway to all kinds of activities and 360° of unspoilt nature. Ötztal enchants guests with its multifaceted beauty – rugged peaks and gentle slopes, dense verdant forestry and juicy green fields. Gather your strength on a walk in the countryside, or enjoy a soothing soak in the water at Hotel Alpenblick for time-out from everyday life!
- AQUA DOME in Längenfeld.
Aqua Dome in Längenfeld is one of the most popular thermal bath centres in Austria. Enjoy the soothing effects of the naturally-heated water across 2000 m² of bathing space. The thermal baths are open all year and offer 12 pools and 7 saunas – indoors and outdoors.
- Leisure-time Freizeitarena in Sölden.
As well as a waterworld that caters to the entire family, the Sölden leisure arena also offers an extensive sauna-scape featuring a Kelo log cabin sauna, a saunarium, a herbal bath tepidarium, steam bath and inhalation bath. Relax in a truly tranquil atmosphere!
- Spa & health at Hotel Alpenblick.
The things we seek are often closer to home than we think. The spa area on the top floor of Hotel Alpenblick is fitted with a sauna, steam bath and infrared cabin. The panorama relaxation room guarantees breath-taking sweeping views of the surrounding alpine scenery.
- Local history open-air museum in Längenfeld.
The museum of local history in the Lehn area of Längenfeld documents the cultural history and stories of the everyday lives of Ötztal’s inhabitants down the ages. The grounds of the museum showcase homes and buildings of past eras, and the tools and utensils used in bygone ages.
- Ötzi village in Umhausen.
The Ötzi village was opened to the public as an open-air archaeological park around ten years after the spectacular discovery of the glacially-preserved ‘Ötzi’ mummy on the Tisenjoch (Similaun). Reconstructions of human living conditions in the later period of the Neolithic age are made tangible to guests visiting the open-air museum.
- The place Ötzi was discovered in Vent.
The hike up the mountain to see where Ötzi was discovered is tough, and only recommended for experienced alpinists with climbing skills. Visitors are advised to take the trip with an experienced mountain guide. The tour involves an overnight stay in a mountain hut and involves a hike from Vent, a village popular with climbers, up to the Ötzi monument.
Hotel for summertime nature-lovers and alpine sports enthusiasts
Summer holidays, sunshine and ice-pops? Hotel Alpenblick in Ötztal guarantees a summer vacation tailored to your preferences.
Hotel for winter enthusiasts and snow-seekers
The thrill of the slopes, convivial mountain huts and the pleasures of the peaks? A winter holiday at Hotel Alpenblick in Ötztal leaves nothing to be desired.