Blasius-Hueber-Straße 4, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Phone: +43 512 219118 firstname.lastname@example.org
throughout the hotel
Daily from 6.30 to 10.30 a.m.
Includes a filled bread roll/sandwich, muesli/chocolate bar, fruit and one drink.
From 11.00 am (private rooms only)
Until 02.00 pm (private rooms only)
per day/pet (private rooms only)
MEININGER Hotel Innsbruck Zentrum is our first property in the middle of the alps, located in the heart of Innsbruck. Admire the Goldenes Dachl, Triumphpforte and Bergisel Skisprungschanze, and easily connect to the main station and airport from the bus and tram lines that stop right in front of the hotel.
Our hotel in Innsbruck offers central accommodation, reliable comfort and contemporary amenities at affordable prices. Our friendly 24h-reception will welcome you into one of our flexible room choices. Grab a packed lunch for a day of exploring and store your bike or skis with us. This is where to stay in Innsbruck.
Arrival & departure
City Tax: A local city tax of 2.00 EUR per person per night is not included in the price, to be paid at the reception
I liked the fact that the room is new. Nonetheless, there are heaps of dusts and hairs at the corners of the the room and toilet. In one word, dirty.
Friendly staff, Clean Hotel, really Likes that there was also a kitchenSoap could be a little more skin friendly and beds were not that comfortable.
Very clean. Good location near the center
Nestled in the heart of the Alps, Innsbruck is an important transit point at the gateway to Italy, attracting travelers from all around the world to hike, bike, ski and enjoy the nature. Our hotel is adjacent to the Innsbruck University in a district called Hötting, right in the center of this idyllic city. Located on Blasius-Hueber-Straße with shops, sights, bars and restaurants right at your door, you'll find nearly everything you need within walking distance.
The MEININGER Hotel Innsbruck Zentrum is spread throughout six storys of a modernized Austrian building which retains its charming orginal facade. Offering an array of MEININGER room options to choose from including classic single, double and multi-bedded rooms and comfortable dormitories, this is one of the best hotels in Innsbruck.
Innsbruck Central Station: 1.3 km
Innsbruck Airport: 3 km
Innsbruck city center: 0.8 km
MEININGER Hotel Innsbruck Zentrum is in the heart of Innsbruck and in the middle of the alps.
In the wide Inn Valley at the intersection of two important traffic routes between Germany and Italy, and between Vienna and Switzerland, lies Innsbruck. One of Austria's most popular year-round vacation destinations, Innsbruck has retained its medieval Old Town (Altstadt) with its narrow streets and tall houses in Late Gothic style.
Many of the city's most popular places to visit are clustered close to the Old Town, whose charming streets provide visitors plenty of things to see and do.
There are many shops, sights, bars and restaurants right at your door, you'll find nearly everything you need within walking distance. Within 10 min you can reach the Old Town and in 2 min be on the Inn river bank.
Bus and tram stops are right in front of the hotel. You can be at the airport in 10 min with bus line F and reach the main train station in 5 min with tram line 5.
Innsbruck is attracting travelers from all around the world to hike, bike, ski and enjoy nature.
Visit the Nordkette, the closest mountain to Innsbruck. The best way to get to the top of the mountain is by riding the city's funicular Hungerburgbahn. It starts in the city center of Innsbruck.
Alpine thrill-seekers can satify their hunger for snow adventures at one of these famous ski resorts in the Innsbruck region: Axamer Lizum, Kühtai, Muttereralm, Patscherkofel or Rangger Köpfl ski resort.
Hiking lovers definetely need to hike some of the popular trails like Schaflegerkogel Loop, Sellraintaler Höhenweg or Kemater Alm!
Love discovering nature on two wheels? For adventures cyclists there are popular mountain biking trails like Arzler Alm, Hungerburg and Nordkette Singletrack. If you are looking for a more relaxed trail for cycling, choose the Innsbruck-Stams trail.
Our hotel is located in the district called Hötting, right in the center of this idyllic city. Admire the Goldenes Dachl, Triumphpforte and Bergisel Skisprungschanze.
Take a 10 min walk to the old town and stroll through 800 years of history. Some of the highlights of the Innsbruck Altstadt are: Baroque Helblinghaus, Innsbruck Cathedral, 16th-century Golden Eagle, the Golden Roof, the 57-meter-high Stadtturm and Old Rathaus with great views over the Altstadt.
If you are traveling with kids stop by the Alpenzoo Innsbruck.This beautiful zoo is situated next to the 15th-century Schloss Weiherburg. The zoo is well known for its mountain animals from the world's Alpine regions, including mammals, birds, and reptiles.
20-kilometer east of Innsbruck is Swarovski Kristallwelten (Crystal Worlds), an excellent museum and art gallery from the world-famous jewelry company Swarovski.
Check-in at MEININGER Hotel Innsbruck Zentrum starts at 3 PM, check-out is until 11 AM.
Street parking is available close to the hotel (fees apply). A public parking garage is also available within walking distance of the property (fees apply).
The capital of Tyrol offers a huge range of options for skiing and snowboarding. Around the city nine ski areas have joined forces to form Olympia SkiWorld Innsbruck, including the family-friendly Rangger Köpfl, the freeride paradise Axamer Lizum and the Stubai Glacier.
It is only a 20 minutes drive from the city center to Seegrube, which towers over Innsbruck to the north. The Nordkettenbahn cable car gets skiers and snowboarders up to the ski area with a magnificent view of Innsbruck and the Inn Valley. Worth visiting is also the Incity Snowpark, the steep Karrinne couloir and the sensational igloo bar Cloud 9. Families and beginners can visit the Muttereralmpark or Rangger Köpfl in Oberperfuss. Both are relatively small and have many easy slopes.
> Nordkette Innsbruck ski resort
The well known Nordkette mountain range offers skiing, hiking, fantastic views, and much more. The climb is easy. A 20-minute ride takes you from the city center up to the southern edge of the Karwendel mountains.
> Patscherkofel ski resort
The Patscherkofel mountain and its ski areas are legendary in Tyrol: Countless slopes 1,400 meters above Innsbruck, magnificent views of the Inn Valley and rich sporting history. The mighty mountain hosted the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics, as well as the first Winter Youth Olympics in 2012. Innsbruck visitors love the ski area's proximity to the city center, which is just a 15-minute drive away (25 minutes by public transport from downtown Innsbruck). The large snow park for freestylers, the three children's areas at different altitudes and the climbing options (from the top station of the cable car to the summit at 2,248 meters) are only a few of the highlights of the mountain.
Yes, the hotel has a sports equipment storage room.
Yes, you can buy lift and ski pass packages in the hotel. Nearby Nordkette has ski trails for beginners and advanced skiers.