Hotel Grauer Baer, Innsbruck

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Location - where is Hotel Grauer Baer

The Hotel Grauer Baer is located in the centre of Innsbruck and is perfect for all the local ammeneties and nightlife. A ski bus stops outside the hotel to take you to the slopes at Axamer Lizum (40km of slopes) and Patscherkofel/Igls (20km of slopes), which are 30 minutes or 20 minutes bus ride from the hotel respectively. A lift pass for the ski area of your choosing will be provided on arrival.

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Grauer Baer description

Meal Basis: Half Board ( lift pass included )
The Hotel Grauer Baer is a recently-renovated 4* hotel in a perfect location in the centre of Innsbruck's old town, just a few minute's walk from the historic centre. A stay at this hotel allows you the perfect combination of a City & Ski break, since a lift pass is included in the price of the holiday and a ski bus takes you to the slopes from directly outside the hotel.

The hotel has excellent facilities with a modern indoor pool on the fifth floor with spectacular views, sauna, steam bath and gym. Massages and treatments are available and can be booked at the reception.

The 196 bedrooms are comfortable and elegantly furnished, well-sized and feature flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, radio, telephone, safe, minibar and modern ensuite bathrooms.

Your package will be booked on a half-board basis which includes breakfast and dinner. Each morning an extensive buffet of hot and cold produce is provided while dinners are a copious 4-course affair.

The lift pass included in the price of your holiday is for consective days either at the ski area at Axamer Lizum (40km of slopes suited to intermediate skiers) or Patscherkofel/Igls (20km of slopes suited to beginners), which are 30 minutes or 20 minutes bus ride from the hotel respectively.

Facilities - Hotel Grauer Baer features

  • Lift pass included
  • Spa with indoor pool
  • Fitness Room
  • Jacuzzi
  • Restaurant
  • Bar

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • 196 Rooms
  • Ensuite
  • Television
  • Wi-Fi
  • Minibar
  • Safe

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Grauer Baer

We update Hotel Grauer Baer's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Innsbruck - about holidays in Innsbruck - about ski holidays in Innsbruck - about ski holidays in Innsbruck Austria

Historic city 9 ski areas Excellent transport links

It’s not a matter of either/or when it comes to choosing between a city and ski break in Innsbruck. Here, you’ve got nine ski resorts within a bus ride of one of the greatest cities in the Alps. It’s the best of both worlds, and it’s brilliant.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Non skiers Ski safaris Groups

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Innsbruck Airport (INN)5km, 15 mins
Region:Tyrol, Austria
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Innsbruck lift pass price last reported as €222 (adult 6 day for Olympia Skiworld Innsbruck). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Grauer Baer.
Night skiing: Yes
Innsbruck has N, S, E, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 574m (Innsbruck city)
Top of slopes: 3210m
Bottom of piste: 820m
Vertical drop:
Total length of trails:298km
Longest piste:15km
City life, old traditions and a huge love of sport come together in Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol which is surrounded by the Nordkette mountains. Head into the heart of the city and you’re met by the historic centre – with its grand baroque buildings along Maria-Theresien-Straße, painted pastel pinks and oranges with beautiful frescoes. Famous parts of the city include the gothic Golden Roof and the Hofburg Imperial palace built by Emperor Maximilian I in 1500. Elsewhere, you’ll find more innovative b...
The Nordkette ski area is the smallest, with 15km of slopes, mostly reds, served by five lifts. Muttereralm pips it to the post size-wise, with an extra kilometre of terrain – it’s also a slightly better bet for beginners with more by way of blue runs. There are 17km of slopes in Rangger Köpfl, including 2km of expert terrain and the majority of slopes (8km) graded blue. The Patscherkofel totals 18km of terrain, with no black runs for experts but a decent amount for beginners and intermediates. Next...
Mountain bars and restaurants can be found around all of the individual ski resorts – though none of them are known for being big party towns, there are still some good options like Kuhtai’s Graf Ferdinandhaus, Leo’s Stadlbar in Fulpmes and the Schirmbar in Axamer Lizum. Back in Innsbruck there are bars of all shapes and sizes, from Tribaun with its craft beers to 360o in the Old Town for fine wines. Later on, Gossers has a cracking menu of beers and cocktails and Couch Club stays open until 4am for danc...

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