The Dolce Gabbana Girls in Red, the first work in Attila Adorjan's trilogy, greet you in the reception. The golden net curtains build a bridge in stylish opulence to the red-velvet seating elements by Wittmann Möbelwerkstätten. Shaped like calyxes that make you want to snuggle up. The onyx reception desk shimmers magically and conjures up reflections on the wall tiles of real gold leaf in the background. Nothing here is left to chance, nothing is interchangeable. With a touch of luxury. Not as a statement. Luxury as a matter of course. Unpretentious. Dignified cult meets contemporary art - and creates a uniquely homely atmosphere. Everything here breathes the art of living...

open: All year; single EUR 109-229, doubles EUR 149-299; number of rooms: 30

  • Air conditioning
  • Non-smoking area
  • Parking available
  • Guestrooms with Balcony
  • Guestrooms with television
  • Showers
  • Dry sauna
  • Free extra towels
  • Pets allowed
  • Free WiFi

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Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol
Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol
Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol
Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol
Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol
Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol
Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol
Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol
Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol
Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol
Small Luxury Hotel Das Tyrol

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