Jagdschloss Kühtai is located in Austria's highest winter sports resort – around 2000 metres – and is just 30 minutes from Innsbruck. The historic hotel and former hunting lodge dates back to the 17th century, and still has an aristocratic flair today. Following careful renovation work, Jagdschloss Kühtai has now taken a brave step into the modern world with new design ideas. Guests can choose between 39 different bedrooms with traditional or modern design: the "Prince" rooms include furniture that once belonged to a baronial residence; the "Count" rooms offer an elegant transition in styles with gold-painted panelled ceilings, and the modern "Elisabeth" extension with its cosy sloping roof has wonderful portraits of Elisabeth, Empress of Austria. Soak in the fascinating views of the Ötztal mountains from the sun terrace, and enjoy all the sunshine of the south-facing slopes of Kühtai ski resort. The bar with its straight, clean lines and cosy fireside is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
The “Prince“ rooms on the first floor of the Jagdschloss are cosy retreats with aristocratic charm. An elegant baronial interior and the pine panelling create a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere.
Kühtai-Hochötz ski resort is Austria's highest World Cup venue and just half an hour from Tyrol's regional capital. At an altitude of around 2000m, snow is guaranteed from December well into the spring. Winter sports enthusiasts will love the 44 kilometres of pistes, the freestyle park for skiers and snowboarders and 11 modern lifts. Beyond the pistes, Kühtai is also a cross-country paradise: trails at varying degrees of difficulty start at over 2000 metres.
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