The Mia Alpina in the Zillertal valley perfectly combines family, wellness and lifestyle and is just the thing for families with children who are looking for a mix of style and child-friendly facilities. The hotel is made up of Junior Suites and spacious Family Suites, which feature a separate children’s room. Warm colours, plenty of wood and modern furniture ensure that the entire family will feel at home. Culinary delights are served from morning to evening all-inclusive: Austrian classics, modern international dishes and special meals for young gourmets. Two wellness areas await you: The "Woody's" children's swimming paradise with water slide on the ground floor and on top, on the 5th floor of the Mia Alpina, the PenthouseSPA for adults only, with thermal SKY pool and fantastic views of the mountains surrounding the Zillertal valley. The highest quality of service, cordiality and shared moments await you at the family-run 4-star superior hotel. An unforgettable family holiday.
The 105 sqm Luxury Family Suite promises room for all those young and old. Children have their own room complete with bunk bed. In addition, the suite offers a living area with comfortable sitting area as well as a bathroom with bathtub and separate luxury shower. From the balcony you can enjoy the stunning view into the valley or of the Tyrolean mountains.
YOU DON’T HAVE TO MISS GOOD DESIGN AND HIGH QUALITY WHILE AT A FAMILY HOLIDAY WITH YOUR CHILDREN.
The tourist paradise “The First Holiday Region in Zillertal” with its well-known winter sport venues Fügen, Hochfügen and Kaltenbach is situated at the entrance of the Zillertal Valley, “The Most Active Valley In The World”. The choice of activities is enormous and includes over 70 km of cross-country trails, winter walking paths, sleigh rides through the magical winter wonderland and several ice-skating rinks. Summer and autumn are ideal for walking holidays. One third of the valley has been declared a nature reserve under the name “Zillertal Alps – High Mountain Nature Park”. Over 1,000 km of marked trails await mountaineering enthusiasts with a huge range of tours at between 500 and 3,500 metres above sea level.