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Hotel Tyrol
Ranked #21 of 32 Hotels in Solden
Reviewed 10 March 2014

The hotel is in the middle of Sölden, and you can walk to the ski lift in 10 minutes, or take the bus just outside the hotel.
The service is good (the reception closes between 10 PM and 8 AM, but that works out just fine), the size on the rooms are small but big enough - and you can dry your clothes in the bathroom on the towel dryer witch is a big plus! We had a problem with the water in our room, which could not be fixed before the day after, and the reception was very helpful and excusive for the inconvenience.
The ski room is superb with lockers and shoe dryer that is free of charge.

The five (!) course dinner is extremely good, with good variety every day, and the waitresses are quick and give good service.
The breakfast gives you the best start on the day, with their own egg-chef, and a lot of different food to choose from.

The spa is the perfect end of a perfect ski day in Sölden!

All in all - we loved the place, the hotel and the food!

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 25 January 2014

Hotel well located with good amenities. Classic rooms were clean and vary in size. Staff generally very helpful. Dinners are massive (five courses) but varied in quality from night to night, e.g. some nights the salads were basic and other nights it came with cold meats, fish and cheese. Only issue during the week was our group wanted to go alcohol free with dinner in the middle of the week but the hotel would not let us have tap water unless we ordered wine. In Austria, it may be considered an insult to order water with your dinner but the hotel should provide some flexibility if guests are staying seven nights, especially if they are from a country where they have legal rights to tap water in licensed premises.

Room Tip: Room sizes vary, so ask for a large one on the opposite side of the hotel from the church ( unless y...
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  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Gentlemanoftheslopes
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Reviewed 14 March 2013

After returning from a week ski trip as an older active couple, we made following findings.
Good points:
Situation of the hotel is very good. It is in the very middle of the village on the main street. If you like "night life", everything is on the spot. Ski bus stops to both lift directions are within 50 meters. The buses are operating every 10 minutes. The nearest "ski railway" is only 200 meters away to walk. The hotel staff was nice and helpful. The service and food were good. The breakfast was versatile and sufficient. The evening menu meals were "artistically" made and plenty enough to eat. The soups in menu were the only minor disappointments, as they were a little bit lame and not so tasty. The service was efficient and quick. The ski room was well organized and OK.
Bad points:
If you want to rest the entire night, do not choose your room from the street side. There are always "happy brothers and sisters" singing and shouting on the main street during the small hours. Maybe the drinks in the restaurant were a little bit overpriced compared with the standard price level. On the other hand it was no problem, the nearest Spar shop was only 300 meters on foot.
Other remarks:
The slopes of Solden are over populated during the peak seasons. In the afternoon during late spring season some of the slopes are melted and dangerous even for experienced skiers.
If you do not pay attention on night live and want to ski in peace and rest, your choice is absolutely Obergurgl. But it is another Story...

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 4 February 2013

We have just returned from a week ski trip with friends. Having organised the trip myself for the six of us I was really concerned when I read some of the reviews… so was pleasantly surprised as was everyone else on arrival.

We had nice rooms – a superior room and two classic rooms (517 is a great room if you can request it). Some of us stayed the whole week while others came for long weekends on either side of our trip and the hotel managed all of our requests (we booked our trip directly).

The hotel is really close to the funicular down from Innerwald so a quick walk back to the hotel where you can leave your gear in the skiroom (€10 deposit for the key which you get back on return). The hotel is only a 5 plus minute walk to the gondola at Giggijoh Tal where you can leave your ski’s/boots at the depot. So you have options.

I agree with comments about the hotel being bar being nice but smoke-filled but unfortunately this appears to be the case with all the bars in the area… we spent a lot of evenings under the heaters at Marco’s bar around the corner! The good thing is that they do not allow smoking in the rooms and these were always beautifully cleaned when we returned from our day’s skiing.

The service in the restaurant was very good and the food plentiful. Every evening was slightly different but the 4 course meals were always preceded by a choice of lovely salads from the buffet and on some evenings there was also cheese. So you were never hungry! For those who have gone on chalet holidays in France – the food at the hotel far exceeds anything we’ve ever had in a chalet and you have far more choice.

Overall - everyone on the trip agreed that the hotel was good value for a ski hotel, the food was decent and the location could not be faulted. And if we were back in the area we would stay there!

Room Tip: Superior rooms are great but if not in your budget ask for room 517.
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  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank SY2000
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Reviewed 14 January 2013 via mobile

I stayed with family and friends for a ski holidays in January. The hotel is much to expensive for what you get. Be careful because hotel has two parts an we were in the older part. Rooms are small, smelly and furnished 30 years ago, the glass on the bathtube was broken. There was no soap. There are all sorts of hidden expenses. As soon as we arrived we had to pay an extra fee for the garage and a fee for a garage key and an extra fee for the ski box. The fees should be payed in cash and they didn't give us any kind of receipt. They said that we will get the money for the keys back at check out and that they have a notice about the payment. At the day we checked out they didn't give us money back and they said that we didn't pay in advance! It was 10 EUR for these two keys. Also you have to pay 5 EUR extra for the bathcoat cleaning. Also the wi-fi connection costs 5eur per day or 15 eur per week. We payed for a week and then couldn' t connect the first day an after that the connection was slow. Do I have to mention that we didn' t get receipt? The service was rude except cooks and waiters. The lady said to me that we have free wi-fi in the mountains. We had a half board and the food was very good. The highligh of our stay was a lady that approached one evening to us and said that it is not appropriate to go in the hotel restaurant in flip flops and a training shoes since it is not a pool or a wellness but a restaurant. She didn' t present herself and when we asked who she is she said that she is a friend of the hotel owner. I agree that the flip flops are maybe not the best choice for a dinner but neither is her approach. She attacked us as we were some intruders not a guests of the hotel.
Hotel is located in the city center but you have to use ski bus to reach the ski area. There is a ski lift near the hotel but it dorsn' t reach the main ski area where the ski school are situated.

  • Stayed: January 2013
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2  Thank Dundula
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Reviewed 18 April 2011

Having read some of the reviews before we left we were fairly apprehensive about the Hotel, however on arrival all our worries were unfounded. The Hotel is in an excellent location right in the centre of Solden with ski hire shop, post office and bank just outside the front door.The staff were all excellent extremely helpful and efficient and spoke good english. There is a bus stop immediately outside the hotel and the buses were regular and ran on time to take you to one of two lift stations. If you want to leave your equipment at the hotel this is the best option or alternatively if you rent from the Intersport shop opposite (10% discount if you stay at the Hotel Tyrol ) you can store your skis,boards and boots for free at their shop at the bottom of the Giggijoch Lift and it takes 5 minutes to walk there in the morning .They even give you a free foot massage and schnapps at the end of the day !!!
We stayed in the older part of the hotel but it was fine very clean and had all the facilities you need.The wellness area ans spa was very good,spacious and clean
The food was exceptional some of the best Ive had in any hotel with plenty of choice and in the evening 5 courses.They do now provide large jugs of tap water for supper with no extra charge.
If you want a change of scene for the day the bus to Obergurgl goes every 20 minutes from outside the Hotel.For 12 extra euros on the price of your lift pass this gives you free unlimited access to the bus and the lifts in Obergurgl and Hochgurgl.Lift passes can be purchased at the Hotel.
All in all we had a great holiday,the hotel was excellent and we would highly recommend it

  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 28 January 2011

Perfect location. There are 2 parts of the hotel: crapy old part in 1975 style as one of the reviewers sharply noted, and the beautiful expensive new renovated part. Service is total disaster. They would even shout on customers if something goes wrong. Finally, they operate like very last season and trying to pull every penny from you. Highly NOT recommended!

  • Stayed: January 2011
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1  Thank Y3kostiv
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Address: Dorfstrasse 92, Solden 6450, Austria
Region: Austria > Austrian Alps > Tirol > Solden
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Bar / Lounge Restaurant
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Ranked #21 of 32 Hotels in Solden
Price Range: £126 - £205 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Tyrol 3*
Number of rooms: 89
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