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Without a doubt, Seefeld in Tyrol is one of the most popular holiday regions in the heart of the Alps. Lots of sun and guaranteed snow in winter make every mountain holiday an adventure. Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol is enthroned above the municipality with 3,300 inhabitants between the Wettersteingebirge and Karwendel at an altitude of 1,300 m, surrounded by forests and woods with an open landscape.
The five-star superior luxury hotel in Seefeld is only approx. 36 km away from Tyrol’s provincial capital Innsbruck and the international airport. Even the journey to Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol is a gorgeous experience: a wild, romantic road winds up the mountain from Seefeld not only impressing convertible drivers.
Having arrived on top, you will first enjoy the amazingly beautiful panoramic view of the alpine summit and the Inntal before being welcomed warmly at the five-star superior Hotel above Seefeld with its unique views.
The holiday resort Seefeld enchants visitors in both summer and winter with its mix of traditional Tyrolean atmosphere and an openness for all things new and modern. The pedestrian area is Seefeld’s vibrant nerve centre, where locals and guests meet to shop, go out in the evening or visit one of the many events.
Seefeld in Tyrol has been one of the most aspiring tourist regions of the province of Tyrol ever since the 1930s, which is reflected by the fact that the Olympic region Innsbruck-Seefeld has hosted the Olympic Winter Games on two occasions.
The Seefeld high plateau was already populated in prehistoric times. During the reign of the “imperium romanum”, one of the most important Roman military roads leading to Augsburg crossed through it. After that, Germanic tribes and Bavarians used this road for their active trade relations. Several hundred years later, Maximilian I particularly enjoyed staying in Seefeld, and the Karwendel was home to the emperor’s most lucrative hunting ground.
Seefeld owes its development, its importance as a market place aside, to its status as a place of pilgrimage. It was discovered as a holiday resort in the 1920s and hasn’t lost its unbroken attractiveness since.
Seefeld in Tyrol isn’t just known for its beautiful landscape and almost endless options for all sorts of mountaineering, but also for genuine and hearty hospitality. You are lovingly pampered and looked after by a competent, ambitious and discrete team at your Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol at one of the most beautiful spots of the entire Seefeld high plateau.
Seefeld stands for history, culture, nature and Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol, one of "The Leading Hotels of the World". Your next holiday in Tyrol couldn’t be any more beautiful: best send your non-binding reservation enquiry right now!