Innsbruck is the capital of Austria’s state Tyrol, an alpine-urban city which attracts travelers from all around the world to hike, bike, ski and enjoy the nature. This city offers a unique combination of nature, history, and culture. You can stroll through the streets and admire Baroque and Gothic architecture in the Old Town or discover the hip districts Mariahilf and St. Nikolaus. If you want to relax in the nature, take a cable car from the city center, and reach the Seegrube at 2,000 m (6,562 ft) in just 20 minutes. The spectacular views of the Inn valley and the surrounding mountains are waiting for you.
Where to stay in Innsbruck?
The answer is easy, at our newest hotel in the middle of the alps, MEININGER Hotel Innsbruck Zentrum. Our newest hotel in Innsbruck is located in the heart of the city, you will reach Goldenes Dach, Triumphpforte and Bergisel Skisprungschanze, the main station and airport easily and fast. Located on Blasius-Hueber-Straße you will have shops, sights, bars and restaurants right at your door, you’ll find nearly everything you need within walking distance.
Everything you need to know about the design of MEININGER Hotel Innsbruck Zentrum
The MEININGER Hotel Innsbruck Zentrum is spread throughout six stories of a modernized Austrian building which retains its charming original facade. Zaiser & Ulbrich Interior Design team themselves will tell you more about the interior design!
M: Please, introduce yourself! 😊
ZU: Zaiser & Ulbrich Interior Design, a Berlin based studio for interior architecture and furniture design, was founded in 2000 by Oliver Zaiser and Peter Ulbrich in Milan. The interior design division of Z&U mainly deals with hotel, office and residential projects. We are proud to have been designing projects for MEININGER since 2007 and we feel part of the MEININGER family.
M: What are your first 3 associations with Innsbruck city?
ZU: Mountain nature, sports, Tirolean Traditions.
M: What was the main inspiration for the MEININGER Hotel Innsbruck Zentrum design?
ZU: The inspiration for the design were the colors and materials of the surrounding mountainous nature in contrast to the strong fashionable colors and elements of the sports world, which is present everywhere in Innsbruck.
M: How would you describe the hotel in 3 words?
ZU: Cozy, familiar, centrally located.
M: Which is your favorite part of the hotel in Innsbruck?
ZU: The lounge, bar and breakfast area with its cozy and sociable atmosphere.
M: What is the best thing about this new MEININGER hotel?
ZU: The bright rooms with mountain view.