Top tips for your next holiday in Tyrol: sport, wellness, culture… Holidays mean different things to different people. You’ll find out just how many ways there are to spend free time in Seefeld in Tirol in the local guides provided by lifestyle hotel dasMAX, available online and in paper form to provide guests with all the tips they need for a holiday that suits them.
If thinking of Kitzbühel only brings to mind ski slopes and cockscomb, you should visit the famous winter sports resort during the summer, not least so you can swim in the idyllic Lake Schwarzsee, where the Alpenhotel Kitzbühel offers a new wellness escape right on the water’s edge.
The Gradonna ****S Mountain Resort in Kals am Großglockner is proof that a luxury resort can sit harmoniously in the Alpine landscape of a national park.
Inspired by the mountain world in the Tyrolean alpine village of Sölden, a tourism expert and a carpenter created a vacation retreat in which the mountain world can be experienced up close, both inside and out.
Vacation like in former times, only differently. More modern. More exclusive. And with more pampering: both visually and emotionally. This is what awaits us at the Alpenhotel Kitzbühel on the natural Moorsee lake not far from the legendary ski circus.
Aurelio Hotel & Chalet receives award World Ski Award in the category “World’s Best Ski Boutique Hotel 2021”.
Oriental bathing culture already existed in the seventh century. The stone house in Istanbul, where a new dream spa pampers guests, may only be 100 years old. But it adds an extraordinary retreat to the Six Senses Resort Kocataş Mansions, itself steeped in history.
Hunting trophies on wood-panelled walls? Not at the dasMAX. The lifestyle hotel in Seefeld impresses guests with sleek, urban design amidst the Tyrolean mountains.
The Arabella Retreat & Spa near the Tyrolean border with Italy and Switzerland is a special place that promotes the freedom to enjoy your holiday just the way you like it …
A showcase of 21st century wellness, from the protagonists linking ancient treatments with contemporary innovations to the spaces in which they practice …