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I LOVED my stay here. I’m traveling solo to snowboard and this was a convenient place to stay for a very decent price. I traveled by the bus from Innsbruck to Kühtai (free if you’re skiing) and stayed at this location for food and sleep. The hostess was so kind and thoughtful. Every morning, there was a table set for me so I feel welcome. Dinner was delicious, I chose traditional Tyrolean meals... so good. My room was clean and I had a beautiful view. I will be back!
This is not necessarily a hotel for anyone seeking a luxury room, but that is reflected in the prices. What you do get is real atmosphere, long corridors and a classic Austrian feel. When we arrived Dieter and Anna, the new young owners, were hosting a funeral party, which seemed to include everyone in the village, many of them in local dress. We felt the need to be discreet, but it was very special to witness such a traditional display of hospitality. Their welcome extended to coming and chatting to the three of us after a very good dinner, and overall they made a real impression on us. They even let me play my guitar, which is beyond the call of host duties! I wish them all the best in their business venture, and hope to return again next year.
New ownership since 2 months ago. They were very kind to us and offered traveling tips. The food was fresh and overall a great place to stay. The kitchen menu was completely redone. Do not consider old reviews on this place... You will not be disappointed.
Located around 26 km away from Innsbruck this village was one of the most picturesque location in my euro trip of 2015. However the hotel is run by a family with zero tolerance for people from other countries/ culture. Seems like they still have the hangover of the Nazis. Some disturbing instances were as follows: 1. We said that we would like to have some veggies for dinner , to which the lady replied that we should better go to Innsbruck city in case we want food of our choice. If we have to stay with them then we should have the food of their choice. 2. While having breakfast we asked them to refill the bread basket to which they refused saying that we should have come for breakfast early. As it was on first come first serve basis, therefore the guests to have breakfast in the first lot is likely to have all the options and people coming later would have to manage with the leftovers. 3. My wife left her lipstick in the washroom and we went to Innsbruck for the day. On our return she couldn't find it. On enquiring they revealed that during cleaning it was thrown away and that it was our mistakes as to why it was in the washroom. They need some formal training as to what is the difference between a hotel and a hostel
Arrived late on our motorbikes just before the heavens opened, checked in only to be told there was no room at the inn as they'd taken a bus load of Chinese guests. We were shuttled 5 minutes up the road in their car to a "another house" they owned in the village which looked like a B&B from the 70's that someone had forgotten about. Rooms were en-suite but very basic and my friends room had a damp problem- not good. Had a pizza and a pint at a local establishment (youth club) and breakfast the following morning at the main hotel was basic and lacking. cheap stay though
On our arrival we were greeted by very loud barking and snarling dogs. Rooms are small no tv. Sink and shower were plugged. No hot water for shower in the morning. Place needs a complete renovation. Bed linen was like sandpaper. Good free WIFI though.
Stayed here for 1 night last week. booked it short notice with an app on my phone. Wasn't expecting much however couldn't have been more surprised. I had a single room with a comfortable bed. Room was spotless clean. Simple bathroom. Beer was very reasonably priced and the breakfast was good. Plenty of free parking and a bus stop outside. I would definitely stay again..
In March 2013 we stayed in the hotel for a couple of nights. The hotel is situated in the village at close distance to a small supermarket, church, a bar and some restaurants. Parking space available. Within a 15 minutes ride from the hotel you arrive at ski area Kuhtai. Bus service is also available. Breakfast is reasonable with a buffet. We were not very happy with dinner; we think the hotel is not staffed with a professionable kitchenstaff. Otherwise the rooms in the hotel are tidy, toilet and shower are okay. All toghether it is a bit old fashioned, but otherwise we use the hotel only for sleeping. At daytime we went skiing in Kuthai. For dinner there are other (better) restaurants in the village. All together we paid some Euro 186 for 3 nights, breakfast included (which seems fair for 2 persons in a season when still much skiiing is going on in the area).
Stayed here for one night passing the Alps on the way to Italy. The place is run by a Dutch family and the whole house has touch and smell of the 70's. Feels like the hotel was left empty by previous owners and the Dutch took over to establish basis for Dutch skiing friends in winter. However in summer not much is going on in the valley and the hotel is run business as usual without putting lot of effort into renewal. The kind of cabin-bathroom, I have experienced last time in old communistic countries, but was not aware that same exists in Austria. Overall not a lot to expect for the money and fair enough to get a bed for one night, but on the other hand there are other places for same money, which have more charm and heart.
Zimmer am ersten Tag sauber. Dann gerade so die Bettdecke gerade gezogen. Von willkommen sein nicht so richtig die Spur. Das Bad ist eine von einer Baustelle. Warmes Wasser gibt's nur am Abend. Früh nur kalt duschen. Frühstück halt nur vorhanden. 2 sorten Wurst und eine Reihe Scheibenkäse. Gestreckte Milch und Verdünnter O Saft. An dem Büffet bedient sich dann auch noch das Personal. Badetücher wurden auch nicht gewechselt. Ich bin mir nicht sicher ob man auf Kundschaft angewiesen ist. Das ist kein Hotel, da ist jede Pension besser.
Located in Innsbruck-Land District, Hotel Grieserhof is within a 15-minute drive of Kühtai Saddle and Peter-Anich Gondola. This 20-room hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 8 AM to 10 AM.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi.
Guests staying at Hotel Grieserhof enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a terrace, and a garden. There's free parking, and a shuttle from the airport to the hotel (available 24 hours) for EUR 25 per vehicle. A multilingual staff is on hand to help with tours or tickets, and offer sightseeing advice. Other amenities at this ski hotel include an ATM and a TV in a common area.