3 Rooms, 1 eat-in-kitchen, in each room beds, calm and stylish.
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What a beautiful apartment in a beautiful old house. Plenty of space and everything you need for a self catering apartment. Even a variety of food and spices on the shelves. Perfect. Location couldn't be better for the old town and Innsbruck and further afield. You will not be disappointed, the view from the apartment of the mountains is superb and with it being on a one way street not a lot of road noise.
This is definitely an apartment that we will return too
A parent and 2 children
Authentic Austrian Feel
We found the apartment to be exactly as we wanted. The style of the apartment fit ours with the artwork, rugs, and nice furnishings. Although it rained while we were there, the rooms are cheery with very comfortable touches to enjoy. The views from every room of the mountains were stunning! As Americans speaking very little German, we had a little confusion on directions around Hall, but a stop at the tourist information and a "tourist" map cleared it up. Our favorite eats were the Café MeiBl, the restaurant at the Hotel HELIEGRUEZ, and for quick take home Atak's & Chilli's. Also, don't miss going to Swaroski Crystal World in Wattens if you are an art lover. The town itself was charming although we expected more folk culture. The only thing that I would mention is that the apartment has plenty of room for 4-6 people but we worried about disturbing the downstairs neighbors with our noise. Old stairs that creak and doors shutting as we came and went might bother others if it happened often. Because of the age of the home, this is part of the character and it is a beautiful apartment which was perfect for our needs. We loved starting our mornings with tea & coffee off the balcony gazing at the Mountains!
Top class stay in the Inn valley
A property that was ideal for us - full of character, really spacious and perfectly located.
Hall in Tirol is a stunning medieval town and the centre is 5 minutes walk from the apartment.
Innsbruck itself is a short train ride away and you can walk up into the hills from Hall or after a short bus ride.
Check In, facilities and communication were all top class.
The apartment is about a 10 - 15 minute walk to the train station and a bit less than that to the old city center of Hall.
Being a bit cool for the end of May and beginning of June we appreciated the heat was working well.
Plenty of room for the three of us and quite comfortable.
Communication was through messages - no problem there.
Having holidayed several times in the Innsbruck region on ski holidays over the past years, this time we stayed in Raimund's apartment for 3 months from December through February. We choose to self-drive and the apartment is central to access the vast number of the Tirol's ski fields.
It is a unique, roomy apartment on the top floor of the building, with two apartments below. It has spectacular views of the Tirol in all directions, increasing the sense of spaciousness. It is a 5min walk to the historic centre of Hall In Tirol and it's lovely cobbled streets, buildings, restaurants and shops. A number of supermarkets are within 5-10 min's walk. Train and bus transport is similarly located a short walk and parking is available on the street outside the apartment. The neighbourhood is very quiet and the area has a village and community atmosphere about it.
The central heating is very comfortable and provided a lovely warm refuge after a cold day on the mountains. Facilities (full stove/oven, refrigerator, cooking utensils, etc,) are more than adequate to enable full self catering and independence and bedding was very comfortable.
Though we never met Raimund, he was always available by email and his excellent English skills (like most Austrians), enabled easy communication. He was very obliging and helpful at all times.
We have a special attachment for Gabriele, the lovely lady who manages the apartment in Raimund's absence and who epitomises Tirolean hospitality and helpfulness. She met us on arrival and familiarised us with everything. Subsequently she was easily contacted by phone or email for any questions, guidance or concerns and would come to the apartment to bring items that may be running short. She provides many unexpected extras/supplies that are usually not provided when renting an apartment. Her genuine friendliness was a delightful experience and we thank her for that.
We also greatly appreciated the neighbours who live in the two apartments below. Again, they are very hospitable and friendly, ready to have a genuine conversation or to help with advice about the region.
So overall, Raimund's apartment enabled a much more realistic and genuine experience of the Tirol than a package holiday, as you have the opportunity to reside in a special 'village' community with comfort, independence and support. Highly recommended.
Lovely, spacious, warm. Truly a home away from home.
My wife and I came from Vancouver, BC, to visit family and friends in and around Innsbruck recently and stayed in this lovely apartment.
It has everything you need for a comfortable vacation. The wooden furnishings and art and decorations make it truly feel like a home.The kitchen is well equipped to cook and serve all of your meals and there is a large, solid dining table with comfortable chairs.
We prepared a family dinner for 6, and had a wonderful evening.
The skylights bring in lots of light and offer a view of the mountains, and can be opened for some fresh Tyrolean air.
All of Hall is within a short walk and Innsbruck is a quick bus ride away.
You can get to the Autobahn by car in under 5 minutes.
There are local people renting the apartments on the lower levels so a bit of courtesy is called for.
Taking a shower in the tub takes a little choreographing, because of the steep roof line, it his an attic space after all.
But it adds to the charm of the place.
We want to come and stay again, longer this time and in a warmer season.
We loved it.
Johann and Judith