Huber's Boutique Hotel

Overview

Huber's Boutique Hotel

Mayrhofen

Star Rating: ****

This delightful hotel is located just behind the Penken gondola giving easy access to walks in the area. It has recently been renovated in a mix of contemporary and traditional styles, and has a light airy dining room, a modern spa area and a large sunny terrace to relax on with beautiful views overlooking the garden and surrounding mountains.

A rich breakfast buffet is served every morning at this 4-star hotel. Half-board includes an afternoon cake buffet and a 4-course dinner. There is also a bar and a chill-out lounge in the Boutique Hotel's garden.

A new spa area was opened in 2011 and includes various saunas, a relaxation area, and a sunbathing lawn.

On-site private parking is provided free of charge.

Facilities

Facilities

  • The hotel is furnished in a mix of modern and traditional styles using many natural materials.
  • Comfortable lounge and bar
  • Light and airy restaurant
  • Large sunny terrace with beautiful views
  • Garden with loungers
  • NEW spa area with two saunas, steam room, infra-red cabin and large relaxation area with spring water fountain opening onto the garden (Free)
  • Massage (pay locally)
  • Wi-Fi (pay locally)
  • Lift
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Sauna
  • Steam room
  • Lounge

Meals

  • Buffet breakfast
  • 4 course evening meal with 3 choices of main course including vegetarian option and daily salad buffet
  • Weekly themed buffet/gala dinner
  • Special diets can be catered for at a supplement

Accommodation

Accommodation

24 rooms in total.

Austrian twins have bath or shower, seating area, balcony, cable TV, radio, telephone, safe, fridge and hairdryer.

Singles have bath or shower and balcony.

Junior suites with lounge area are available on request.

Location

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Les Bannerman

This lively, bustling village is one of the most popular summer resorts in the Tyrol, offering an unrivalled range of activities, excursions and events throughout the summer. Situated at the end of the Ziller Valley, there is extensive walking for all levels in 4 local valleys, and the ‘Zillertal Natur’ runs an excellent programme of FREE guided walks. An old-fashioned steam locomotive is a popular way to explore the valley, and in the evenings it is wonderful to sit outside whilst Mayrhofen comes alive with regular live music and traditional festivals.

Les Bannerman

Additional Information

  • Date: Various Departure Dates
  • Star Rating: 4
  • Board Basis: Half board
  • Departure Airport: Bristol, Birmingham, Cardiff
  • Guide Price: Please call for latest price
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