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Alpenhotel Tyrol
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Reviewed 7 September 2011

We stayed here with Inghams in August 2011. We requested and got a high floor room which was at the front of the hotel and had a pretty wooden flower decked balcony, very sheltered from the elements and with truly stunning views of the lake and mountains. Room was comfortable apart from the bed being a little narrow but okay for skinny people. Our host whom I will refer to as X was cheerfull and polite but his big flaw, which really stood out was his very economical attitude. Inghams promised a free packed lunch - this usually consists of 2 rolls which are given out at breakfast time, in most hotels if you say you want the packed lunch when you arrive it will be given to you at breakfast time as a matter of course. However X required it to be ordered each evening and would not produce it at breakfast time saying "you get it when you go". Even then we usually had to wait for it and it was only 1 roll per person (well filled though), a carton of drink (normally one between 2) and a piece of fruit.

Inghams also described salad, starter and desert buffets - there was certainly a good sald buffet, but no evidence of a starter buffet and the desert buffet consisted of a couple of large bowls of tinned/stewed fruit and yogurt (which you helped yourself from) and one desert which was wheeled around on a trolley and served to table. On one occasion a trolley of cheese was wheeled around and X duly presented our table (on which 4 people were seated) with 2 small plates of cheese slivers - on querying this, X said "oh this is a little cheese platter to share".

Inghams also promised 4 choices of main course which there sort of were, however, one of them was always a cheese or ham platter, which was basically just sliced cheese or ham with bread and a token salad.

I have to say that despite this, the food was pretty good on the whole but just did not live up to the brochure description.

The Hotel family also includes 2 large black and white dogs which I cannot find fault with. They padded majestically around the hotel, only speaking when spoken to and tactfully ignoring the guests, just going about their business.

Hotel Tyrol does not have a lounge area (at least we could not find one) but has an attractive garden with sun loungers, benches and a fountain.

X does not allow guests to have room bills - all drinks must be paid for each evening in cash - credit cards not accepted. A tip, use this to get rid of all those annoying little coins!

Inghams also says that the hotel is 5-10 mins walks from the lake - do not believe this, only an ibex could do this walk in 5-10 mins, it tooks us a good 15, in heavy walking boots laden down with rucksacks after a hard days walking.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with friends
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TyrolPertisau, Inhaber at Alpenhotel Tyrol, responded to this reviewResponded 8 September 2011

Thank you for your words. Its nice to see, when guests enjoy their stay.
But some writen points I want to comment:
Lunch pack is made, how the Inghams agency wants to have and is paying for.
Guets order lunch pack the day bevore, but its made fresh every morning. So we think its better to waite a minute than to get a lunch pack wich is allready 2 hours old.
About dinner: Every day a six course menu is served. Soup (served), 2nd starter (served), salat from buffet, main course (4 alternatives every day, also a cold platte to choice - but nut just cheese or ham, also bacon, filled ham, meatsalat, ...) 1st dessert from buffet wich is regional with home made stewed fruit or compote, youghourt direct from the farmer, fruits and sweets, 2nd dessert ist alsways served to the table (cake, icecream, cheese,...). After this six meals our guets normaly have had enought. When not, they could alwas tell us but some also don't talk. And cheese is normaly a close up, no big portions will be served.
The hotel is a family run hotel since 1903 and is allways keepte familial. So your lounge you was looking for is traditionaly a "Stube or Stüberl" called. There are 3 Stüberl in the hotel, where you may spare your time.
About the distance to te lake. Some need 5 minutes to go others 15 minutes.
Thank you for visitiung us an your loveley words. We're looking forward to welcome you again.
Yours family Strauss

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Reviewed 3 February 2011

Lovely hotel in a stunning location! Good food, fabulous walks for all levels of fitness.
Two other English couples staying at the same time as us. Both kept saying "Don't let this put you off of Austria". One of the couples was in Austria for their fourteenth visit!
The hotel is run by a delightful family. Mum and Dad are busy in the background and the two daughters are very pleasant and helpful.
The problem is that the whole show is run by number one son - Roland. Unfortunately he seems to have an aversion to the English. Everything is too much trouble. It is like Fawlty Towers in reverse! We tried to laugh it off. You might try elsewhere!

Stayed: September 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 August 2009

Small friendly hotel, very clean & comfortable ( beds most comfy we have ever had on holiday!) Pertisau is very quiet with not many English people. Watch out for golf buggies zooming round the village as a lot of people seem to use them for getting about. Make use of free local buses around the lake. Worth purchasing the Achensee card as 7 days unlimited use of local cable cars, steam train & boats on lake (we had saved money after 2 trips out.) Take swimming costumes for small children, as even though the lake is really cold you can swim in it! Also there is a lido with paddling pool & water slide.

  • Stayed: August 2009
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TyrolPertisau, Inhaber at Alpenhotel Tyrol, responded to this reviewResponded 5 February 2011

Thank you for your recomand an good words. We are happy to hear your good words about us. Its always a good feeling to see that our work is to our guests sadisfatction.
We're looking forward to welcome you again in Hotel Tyrol.
Yours family Strauss

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Stayed: January 2018, travelled with friends
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Stayed: December 2017, travelled with family
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