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Discover our fantastic selection of well known hotels and extraordinary accommodation in Innsbruck, also known as the Alps capital. A city of many faces, you'll find imperial monuments mixed with urban contemporary design, opulent past splendour, rich traditions and a modern, open outlook. Winter sports enthusiasts will soon find themselves at home staying in Innsbruck as the ski resorts are almost a stone's throw away and the city has twice hosted the Winter Olympics. See what others have to say about our Innsbruck hotels and read reviews from real guests to boost your confidence in their facilities before booking. You can also speak to our travel experts, who are available to speak in 11 different languages, to get the best travel advice for Innsbruck. There's a wide variety of hotels available to suit everyone's budget and expectations, with multiple photos, guest reviews and information regarding distance from local attractions in Innsbruck featured on hotel pages. People often travel to Innsbruck to sample the splendid architectural gems and admire historic landmarks such as the Imperial Palace and the Golden Roof or to visit the Christmas Markets, some of the finest in the Alpine region.

What's Innsbruck Like?

Innsbruck is a beautiful alpine city that is brimming with historic buildings and set against the panoramic backdrop of snow-capped mountains. Innsbruck hotels are typically located in the city center with ski resort accommodation located outside of the city. Some of the most popular city landmarks are: the Golden Roof, the Imperial Palace, Ambras Castle, the Triumphal Arch, a ceremonial gate commissioned by Empress Theresa for her son's marriage, and the medieval Town Tower. Innsbruck's most characteristic landmark is the Golden Roof, a golden-tiled balcony of the central plaza. Travellers interested in Austrian history should not miss the opportunity to visit the Court Church, where Tyrol's national hero has been buried, or the State Museum, sometimes called the Ferdinandeum by locals. Its reputation as the cultural capital and top Winter sports destination makes Innsbruck a great choice for almost any traveller.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Innsbruck

Smoking is generally banned on public transportation, but there aren't strict rules regarding smoking in bars or restaurants. Some restaurants do offer separate smoking and non-smoking sections and it's wise to ask about the smoking policy of each bar or restaurant that you enter. Service charge and tax is typically included in bills from restaurants and cafe bars, and like in other European cities, rounding up to whole numbers is advised if tipping. For example, an EUR18.30 bill can be rounded up to EUR20. If you say "Danke" when you hand over your money for payment, it's the Austrian equivalent of telling them to keep the change. Restaurants and bars in Innsbruck don't usually provide the bill unless you ask for it. Ask in German by saying "Zahlen, bitte" or "Rechnung, bitte" which means "Check, please.". Wherever you plan to stay or eat in Innsbruck, is here to help. We'll help you find the best value and location for your needs.