Sporthotel Igls, Igls

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5.0 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
We went there twice! Once in January, and then again in March because we liked it so much. One of the nicest hotels I’ve ever stayed in. It was lovely. The staff were excellent, wonderful. The rooms were very nice both times we stayed there – big and comfortable. I don’t like the Austrian beds much (two sepa... + more
Jean, Norfolk
5 out of 5
This is a very good hotel. There is a nice atmosphere here and the service is excellent. It’s a bit old fashioned but the food is good and it’s very well situated. The Patscherkofel ski area is very close by. The hotel serves 3 course meals in the evening, mainly traditional Austrian food. There is a nice lit... + more
Roy Ballard, Norwich
5 out of 5
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Location - where is Sporthotel Igls

• central location • 2 minutes walk to Patscherkofel gondola • regular public bus service from hotel to Innsbruck


Overview - hotel description - Sporthotel Igls description

The Sporthotel Igls is a traditional hotel in a great location just a few minutes from the gondola and right in the heart of Igls. The hotel has some excellent wellness facilities for you to unwind and a relaxing bar and lounge with regular piano music to enjoy after your evening meal.


Facilities - Sporthotel Igls features

• indoor pool • spa facilities include whirlpool, sauna, steam room, infrared cabin, fitness room and relaxation area • extra charge for massage and beauty treatments • bar and lounge with fireplace • regular live music • free WiFi • 72 rooms • lift to all floors


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

for 2 people on half board sharing a room with Austrian twin beds private bath or shower and WC. Superior rooms and junior suites with balcony sleeping up to 3 (max 2 adults or 2 adults and 1 child) are available at a supplement as are superior single rooms with balcony. Standard single rooms are available at no supplement. All bedrooms have safe, minibar and satellite TV.


Meals - food and drink in Sporthotel Igls

• hot and cold buffet breakfast • 5 course evening meals with a choice of main course and daily salad buffet • weekly farmers' or speciality buffet • weekly gala dinner • Christmas and New Year's Eve gala dinners included

We update Sporthotel Igls'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.
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Resort - about Igls - about holidays in Igls - about ski holidays in Igls - about ski holidays in Igls Austria

Near Innsbruck Opportunity to upgrade to a glacier ski pass Olympic bob sleigh and Olympic Run

A former Olympic resort, Igls sits in the Innsbruck mountain range and is less than half an hour from the big city itself. Here you’ll enjoy the best of both worlds: the sleepy charm of an old spa town in the mountains and the chance to pop into Innsbruck if you’re craving the lights and sites of the city.

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Great for Families Short transfer Glacier skiing

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Innsbruck9km, 30 minutes driving.
Region:Austrian Alps.
First opened:1900

Igls lift pass price last reported as €151 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Sporthotel Igls.
Night skiing: No
Igls has N NW NE facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 860m
Top of slopes: 1960m
Bottom of piste: 900m
Vertical drop: 1350m
Total length of trails:18km
Longest piste:6.1km
Sitting beneath Innsbruck’s standout mountain, the Patscherkofel, and surrounded by Alpine forest, you’ll find pretty Igls. There is little traffic in this sleepy village, where authentic architecture is prevalent with a charming parish church, traditional farm houses, cafes, shops and hotels scattered around the main square. Igls was host to the 1976 Olympics and its sporting legacy is still very much present today, with much of the infrastructure still in place including the Olympic bobsleigh, luge track a...
The Patscherkofel – Innsbruck ski area is made up of 18km of piste from forgiving beginner slopes to challenging Olympic terrain. The uncrowded nursery slopes by the village centre are ideal for beginners to build up their confidence before moving on to the long blue which is accessed from the Bergstation. The Patscherkofelbahn cable car will take skiers to the top of the village to the main skiing area where there’s a selection of easy blues and reds. The two Family runs on the Patscherkofel to Panoramabah...
There is a small selection of cafés, restaurants and bars in this low-key resort but it is not a hub of activity after dark. The majority of bars are located within the hotels including the rustic Bon Alpina, or the cosy bar at the Batzenhäusl. There are a handful of restaurants in the village to choose from - we like Aegidihof for reasonably priced local and international dishes. If you want to go out late, there’s a disco in the Sporthotel. For more variety, take a bus, tram or taxi to Innsbruck, a dynam...

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"One of the nicest hotels I’ve ever stayed in"

Jean, Norfolk
5/ out of 5
We went there twice! Once in January, and then again in March because we liked it so much. One of the nicest hotels I’ve ever stayed in. It was lovely. The staff were excellent, wonderful. The rooms were very nice both times we stayed there – big and comfortable. I don’t like the Austrian beds much (two separate mattresses in one frame) but they seem to have them everywhere in Austria. There were lots of nice little touches, like Prosecco at breakfast and a pianist in the lounge in the evenings. The food was very, very good. I loved it. There is a very good spa, although I was a bit taken aback because it was nude! There’s a sauna and whirlpool, and a pool. I’m not sure if children are allowed in the spa. I wouldn’t say the hotel is practically family orientated, it’s more of a hotel for couples. It’s easy to get to the skiing from the hotel, it’s just a short walk. My partner had an accident while he was skiing and the staff were very helpful, which we really appreciated.

"Enjoyed the spa and general ambiance"

Roy Ballard, Norwich
5/ out of 5
This is a very good hotel. There is a nice atmosphere here and the service is excellent. It’s a bit old fashioned but the food is good and it’s very well situated. The Patscherkofel ski area is very close by. The hotel serves 3 course meals in the evening, mainly traditional Austrian food. There is a nice little gym and a first class spa which I used several times. It’s quite low key, not really suited to the young set.
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