SPA-HOTEL Jagdhof

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SPA-HOTEL Jagdhof is a stunning 5-star Spa hotel located in the tranquil village of Neustift, Austria, surrounded by the high ridges of the Stubai valley and with panoramic views of the glacier at its end. Facing the magnificent Stubai glacier, the hotel is ideally located to benefit from the region’s climate of crystal clear air and water amidst pristine Alpine nature. The hotel has been beautifully designed in traditional Tyrolean style, with open and comfortable rooms that create lots of light. The hotel is second generation owned and managed by the Pfurtscheller family, offering time honoured Tyrolean hospitality with a contemporary twist. The Pfurtscheller family have gradually extended the buildings over the last 40 years and the latest addition is the new 700 sqm SPA-Chalet with a romantic Private-SPA-Lounge, tea bar, panorama relax lounge and an idyllic sauna garden with loungers and hammocks.

70 generous rooms & suites are decorated with individual flair in Tyrolean country house style, most with balconies offering stunning panoramic mountain views. Guest rooms at SPA-HOTEL Jagdhof are cosy and feature traditional wood panelling in a welcoming chalet style. The rooms provide every modern comfort combined with many antique furniture, creating a real country house elegance. There are 7 suites, 10 junior suites and 53 rooms with comfortable beds and spacious bathrooms that include corner baths, double basins and Molton Brown toiletries. Higher rooms have mountain views. All rooms and suites have generous living space, ensuite bathrooms and Wi-fi is accessible throughout this romantic 5-star escape.

The hotel’s restaurant serves top quality gourmet food and has been awarded two toques by the Gault Millau guide in recognition of its high standards. Gourmets can look forward to creative new Austrian cuisine based on a bounty of locally sourced & organic produce, the Berglamm was bread by the senior chef, the venison come from one of the hunting grounds and other meat products from farmers in the Tyrol region. For private dining with unforgettable views, embark on a delicious fondue trip in the Fondue Ski Gondel. Alternatively, creative new Austrian cuisine using local produce can be sampled in Hubertusstube, perfectly accompanied by the sommelier’s recommendations from the hotel wine cellar. The wine cellar is superbly stocked reflecting the best that Austria and France have to offer. Many of the top Burgundy wines both white and red are represented here, in fact the impressive wine cellar is stocked with over 20.000 bottles including Romanée Conti and Château Mouton Rothschild vintages.

A sumptuous breakfast offers the ideal preparation for an adventurous day on the slopes or a hike across breathtaking mountain scenery. Afterwards, guests can unwind in the extensive hotel spa where a massage or a visit in one of the many saunas or a beauty treatment, promise perfect rest, relaxation and rejuvenation. Covering over 3.000 sqm, the award winning jSPA is one of Austria’s largest Spa with amazing facilities like beautifully designed indoor and outdoor pools, marble steam rooms, saunas and a vitality area with various Spa treatments on offer. There is also a large garden for guests to come and unwind in amid the tranquility of the surrounding landscape.

Nestled in Neustift im Stubaital, overlooking the splendid Stubai glacier, the SPA-HOTEL Jagdhof is set in Tyrol, the perfect winter sports destination for all the family, snowcapped mountains surround this luxurious wellness retreat which is situated near the Italian border, 150 km from Merano, 20 km from Innsbruck. It is 20 minutes away from the Stubai glacier, which is one of the largest and highest skiable glaciers in the Alps with guaranteed snow from October to June, offering year round all-ability activities including mountain & e-biking, hiking & walking plus 5 nearby Alpine golf courses. The hotel also offers a free shuttle service for their guests both from Innsbruck airport or railway station to the hotel, which are both 30 minutes away and for the Stubai Glacier.

Location

The hotel is on the edge of a small town called Neustift in the Stubai valley, just 20-min from Innsbruck. It’s an easy 20-minute drive to the base station in the Stubai valley for access to the glacier ski area and and mountain walking or you can hike from the door. Whether you go skiing in Stubaital, snowboarding, hiking, biking or golfing, you can enjoy activities at SPA-HOTEL Jagdhof in winter and summer. Enjoy the ski area which is guaranteed snow and in particular the Stubai glacier, the largest glacier ski region in Austria and at the same time is the most family friendly ski area in the Alps. The Stubaital is quick and easily accessible via the Brenner motorway. Despite this extremely convenient location, the valley has preserved its quaint originality. Neustift is around 1.000 metres above sea level and has the best quality air even for those with allergies and for training activities. The altitude gives the area eight months of snow and makes it especially attractive for all winter sports enthusiasts. With its forests, streams and waterfalls, the area is of great interest to hikers and cyclists in summer. Keen golfers will find everything they need.

Contacts

Scheibe 44
A-6167 Neustift, Tyrol (Austria)
mail@hotel-jagdhof.at | hotel-jagdhof.at

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The Private SPA Suite – A private SPA Heaven

Heavenly relaxation! The 100 sqm Private SPA Suite on the upper floor of the SPA CHALET is an absolute highlight for relaxing togetherness or couples’ treatments in absolute privacy. Discover an Infinity Duo Pool, a superb steam cabin, a Finish sauna, two double hammock loungers, the ‘island of tranquillity’: a huge bed by the fireplace, a balcony with a view of the glacier and a Champagne bar for sparkling moments of togetherness. Time out for two – just private!

Value for Money

Double rooms from Euro 193,00 in low season; and from Euro 303,00 in high. Breakfast included. Free Wi-Fi.
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When to go?

The question of when to go depends on what you want to do, really. Outdoor enthusiasts are spoilt for choice in Tirol, both in summer and winter. Hiking and rock climbing are popular activities in the warm summer months, while in winter many people come to Tirol for alpine skiing, cross-country skiing and tobogganing in the enchanting snowy landscape. Skiing is recommended from between Christmas and New Year′s Eve (this is also the time at which many Austrians join the tourists on the slopes), as well as from late January to late March. The low season runs in good years from as early as early October until Christmas, the early weeks of January and from late March until end of April. Especially during low season you can possibly encounter snow-less mountains in warm years, so if you are a last minute person, it′s worth checking the snow situation before heading off. However, the Stubai glacier, which is one of the largest and highest skiable glaciers in the Alps with guaranteed snow from October to June, offering year round all-ability activities including mountain & e-biking, hiking & walking plus 5 nearby Alpine golf courses.  From the Ötztal, Paznauntal, Pitztal, Zillertal and Stubaital Valleys to East Tirol, Lake Achensee, the regional capital Innsbruck and the legendary resort of Kitzbühel: Tirol’s villages, towns and regions are famous for their traditional customs and celebrations as well as for being home to museums and other cultural attractions of the highest quality. Local inns are the ideal place to sample some of the delicious local specialties and relax after a long day out and about in the fresh air. And when things hot up in summer, there are plenty of crystal clear lakes to cool off, let your thoughts wander and simply lose yourself in the moment.

Our Special Readings

The Stubai Glacier for your early-season escapade

For skiers and snowboarders, October/November are often defined by anticipation. Watching webcams, waiting for winter weather to arrive and for the mountains to turn white. But if you’re lucky, November is the month when the first turns of the (hopefully long) season are made. Usually the October storm which deposited snow across the Alps meant that it is time to wax up the skis and head to Stubai Glacier, one of the ski areas in the Alps that are already open for business. The Italian Dolomites loom far off on the horizon in one direction, while in the other direction the wide Inn Valley makes its way north towards the German border. From a vantage point at 3.210 mt, the Alps stretch out in every direction. There aren’t many views that can beat the one from the very top of the Stubai Glacier but do you know the best things about standing at the top of Tyrol? So here are 7 reasons and 1 video why you should visit Stubai for an early-season escapade.

Getting a head start

Stubai is not a summer skiing area as such, but due to its high altitude and glacial slopes, it typically operates from October to June. How much of the terrain is open entirely depends on snow conditions, however Stubai is known for offering some of the best conditions during the autumn season (October and November) and again in the spring. At the start of November, usually it is already possible to ski down to the Middlestation Fernau at 2.300 mt, meaning only one gondola to download at the end of the day. At this time of the year in other ski resorts there are the Ski and Snowboard Shows, ski movie premieres and the shops fill up with all the latest kit. All of which aims to create a bit of buzz ahead of the coming winter. But do you know what’s a much better way to get buzzing about winter? Actually go skiing.

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Special City Guide: Neustift im Stubaital

Already the Romans left their marks in this area. The Stubaital valley has been mentioned for the first time in 1000 AC under the name of “Stupeia”. However, Neustift im Stubaital is surrounded by majestic mountain peaks. Exactly 109 mountains tower in this area, which are more than 3.000 metres high. Neustift, located only 20 km from the Alpine city of Innsbruck, is characterised by the parish church Saint Georg. This church, by the way the second largest village church of Tyrol, features an interior with magnificient frescos.

In Neustift im Stubaital and surroundings, there are several hiking trails, e.g. the alpine fauna educational trail, the “WildeWasserWeg” and the popular Stubai high path. However, there are also four outdoor swimming pools in the surroundings, providing refreshment on hot summer days. Moreover the Mieders summer sledge track guarantees fun and action along 40 steep turns. More comfortable? The “Stubaier Alpenexpress”, a pick-up train, takes you from the mountain station Koppeneck to Maria Waldrast.

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