“When men and mountains meet, great things happen.”
– William Blake
Our family-run Hotel Sonnenhof Innsbruck-Igls is located in the beautiful part of Innsbruck, called Igls. Our Boutique Hotel resides in the middle of a sunny plateau, just above the cultural and historic city of Innsbruck, home to many Winter Olympics. Located at an altitude of 900m above the sea level, it is the perfect starting point for your activities, like hiking, skiing, sightseeing and many more. Moreover, it offers peace and relaxation to those who “want to take a break from everyday life and enjoy nature”.
Thanks to its proximity to the public transportation network you can conveniently park your car in our free parking lot and reach Innsbruck in just ~10 minutes by bus. Free tickets available for our guests.
As a guest of our house you will receive the Innsbruck Welcome Card free of charge with a stay of two nights. The Welcome Card includes many services such as free use of public transport, discounts on attractions/sights and mountain railways, as well as much, much more. Further details here!
Come and discover one of the most beloved summer holiday regions. Innsbruck and its surroundings offer an appealing mix of a simultaneously historic and modern city along with impressive mountain landscapes that bedazzle with their mountain peaks, tranquil nature walkways, and thrilling cycle paths. Indeed, Innsbruck is famous for being a ‘hike and bike city’, as it offers numerous extended routes inside and outside of the city. Surrounding Innsbruck are sunny highlands and fantastic, traditional Tyrolean villages ready to be discovered. If you are so inclined, discover one of the many museums nearby. For example, by visiting a Renaissance castle or modern art at the famous Swarovski Crystal Worlds. Moreover, consider visiting the Nordkette, the mountain range which dominates Innsbruck from the North, and is a well-known and appreciated destination for sporting and casual excursions. The Nordkette is also home to the Alpenzoo, a local favorite and one of the highest elevation zoos in all of Europe.
Innsbruck is considered to be the “capital city of the Alps”, and is therefore a favorite destination for skiers, snowboarders and winter sports lovers alike. Innsbruck and its neighboring areas offer a fantastic Tyrolean alpine scenery with several ski resorts, where you can breathe in the pure mountain air and ski or snowboard the many slopes these mountains have to offer.
The unique SKI plus CITY PASS offers you an all-in package including 13 ski areas nearby Innsbruck, 22 culture and sightseeing attractions, 3 indoor swimmingpools and on-site transportation.
Immerse yourself in a world of sports, history, traditions, liveliness, relaxation and good food. Our house is a just few minutes away from the ski schools where you can learn, practice or rent your desired equipment. Only 5 minutes away by car, or by the public bus, are the renowned Patscherkofel mountain slopes, home to events in both the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics. In addition to the fantastic options for skiing, snowboarding, and sledding, mountain lovers can refresh themselves and enjoy Tyrolean cuisine in the Gasthäuser (restaurants) and Alms (alpine inns) of the area.
Both in winter and in summertime, the city of Innsbruck offers a range of wonderful opportunities for travelers. Innsbruck is a city that does not feel overwhelmingly large, and yet retains a sense of liveliness and tranquility not typical of many other cities. Those who spend the summer in Innsbruck can enjoy various historical and tourist attractions in the city, including the famous Goldenes Dachl (the Golden Roof) in the city center, an essential stop for every visitor. For the lovers of nightlife there are many events scheduled in the summer months including festivals, concerts, theater performances and initiatives put on by the bars and pubs of the inner city.
If you love winter, come and discover the “fairytale” atmospheres of the Innsbruck Christmas markets, which have become an indispensable stop for all visitors, starting from around end-November to January.
“Climbing is not needed to conquer the mountains; the mountains remain motionless, we are the ones who, after an adventure, are no longer the same”
– Royal Robbins
Looking for Adventure?
For Sport? For Nature? For Relaxation? Do you want to learn about a new culture and discover new traditions? Do you want to have a unique gastronomic experience? Choose among all the opportunities that Innsbruck and its surroundings offer, decide on the experience that is right for you.
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