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Your holiday apartment in Tyrol is predestined for a relaxing break in the Austrian Alps. Always surrounded by a touch of luxury, you can simply escape the stressful everyday life and let your soul dangle here.
At a glance – your stay at a holiday apartment in Tyrol
- 2 ALPS RESORTS in 2 regions
- Up to 152 m² of living space
- Fully equipped kitchens
- Optional wellness area and/or sauna
- Some right next to the ski piste
- Dogs welcome by arrangement
Offer & Portfolio – your stay at a holiday apartment in Tyrol
Our holiday apartments in Tyrol offer you and your companions as much as 152 m² of living space in which to reside, enjoy and unwind. Thanks to open design concepts, our apartments are particularly bright and bathed in natural lighting. Begin your day with morning coffee enjoyed in the modern living area of your holiday apartment, leaning back in your chair and savoring a sense of total ease. An additional feast for the eyes: The view from your holiday apartment of the Tyrolean mountain world.
Amenities & Highlights – your stay at a holiday apartment in Tyrol
In our holiday apartments in Tyrol, you have the opportunity to express your culinary creativity in fully equipped kitchens with all essential cooking utensils. Local visitor taxes and final cleaning, bedding and towels are all included in the total price. In some cases, your holiday apartment can also be booked with a private sauna and/or direct access to the wellness area. At some of our accommodations, we also welcome dogs by arrangement.
Location & Holiday Regions – your stay at a holiday apartment in Tyrol
For your holiday in Tyrol, you have the following holiday regions to choose from: Westendorf in Brixental as well as Reith near Kitzbühel. Winter as well as summer, both holiday regions offer outstanding opportunities for skiing, hiking and biking. It’s time for your next holiday in Tyrol!
Tyrol lies in the west of Austria and covers an area of around 12,640 km². This Austrian province is famous for its mountains and offers numerous outdoor activities for big and small.