At the heart of Ischgl: a treasure of Tyrolean hospitality
Ischgl in Tyrol’s Paznauntal valley: Austria’s lively tourist metropolis. 1,500 inhabitants and more than 11,000 guest beds. In the 70s, the area was still quiet and peaceful and was sufficiently remote and isolated that you could almost believe that there were cows and barns everywhere. Today, it’s a different story with glamour, parties, discos, nightlife and one of Europe’s most popular Winter sports resorts. And if you pay attention you might find that you bump into someone you know here in-between the champagne breakfasts, 5 o’clock teas and nightclubs: someone you have seen on TV, in films or in magazines. Yet all this razzle-dazzle and hustle and bustle have passed the Goldener Adler by virtually unnoticed – even though (or perhaps because) many of these well-known stars like to spend their holidays with us. In peace and quiet, of course!
Over the years, we have tried to slow down the fast pace of living as much as possible. Our aim is to retain the very best of past traditions and carefully combine this with the demands of modern-day living. Today, the Hotel Goldener Adler in Ischgl is synonymous with sophisticated holidays surrounded by a lively tradition in addition to art, culture and contemporary design. The architecture of the old judge’s house has been carefully preserved. Each of the 35 rooms has been individually designed by one of Tyrol’s best known architects. The lobby, restaurant, bar and lounge area exude exceptional style and comfort. The small in-house museum tells of times gone by while the top class cuisine spoils the taste buds. Our exclusive bathing area also offers comprehensive and long-lasting well-being.
So guests at the Hotel Goldener Adler in Ischgl can experience a coexistence of modern design and history for an experience you can really feel. A special attitude towards life. An unusual holiday experience. You can savour it all here.