Hotel Activehotel Bergkönig Neustift im StubaitalMore
This is a family-run hotel, set in the Stubai Valley, close to the famous Stubait Valley glacier. The hotel comprises a total of 34 guest rooms and offers a personal, cosy atmosphere, a traditional style, as well as excellent cuisine at the on-site restaurant. Guests are welcomed into a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out service and a hotel safe. Further on-site facilities include lift access, a bar, Internet access, room and laundry services (fees apply) and car parking.
Situated in a quiet but central location in the heart of Neustift, this resort is within 500 metres of tourist attractions, public transport links and the ski slopes. The Stubai glacier offers limitless winter exhilaration with wide, welcoming glacier slopes, daring courses, knee-deep snow slopes, a 100-metre-long half pipe, novice slopes for snow boarders and skiers, and the longest high mountain touring route in Austria. The city of Innsbruck can be reached in 20 minutes by car or in 30 minutes by public transport.
All of the guest rooms are en suite with bath/shower and WC, and hairdryer. The rooms feature a balcony or terrace and include amenities like a direct dial telephone, satellite TV, radio, minibar and safety deposit box. The rooms also feature a lounge area and double beds.
Relaxation is guaranteed in the new sauna village, which comprises a panorama bio sauna, a Turkish steam room, a relaxation room with waterbeds, a Finnish sauna, a Kneipp bar, a restaurant and a Stube-style bar. The hotel features an indoor swimming pool, a hot tub (fees apply) and massage treatments are available (fees apply)
The hotel offers half-board stays. The on-site restaurant serves regional and international cuisine.
Leaving the Olympic town of Innsbruck by car on the Brenner motorway (liable to toll - a 'Vignette' has to be bought for Austrian motorways), the Stubai Valley is about 20 minutes away. Take the Schoenberg exit and follow the road until reaching Neustift. Another possibility is to take the Brenner road, which is free of charge (approximately 35-minute journey).