Hotel Alpina

Address: Rettenbachstrasse 4, Solden, Tirol, Austrian Alps, 6450, Austria | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Rettenbachstrasse 4, Solden.
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    Travel Blogs from Solden

    White as snow...

    A travel blog entry by christie-lee on Mar 12, 2015

    So had a good week skiing! Improved my skiing technique heaps and got a lot more confident! The mountains are really close by, I have one that's a 2 minute walk from my accommodation! The mountains are massive! So many different runs to do and I'm happy to say I did all of them! (On the mountain I spent most of days on). I went to Axamer Lizum and did a total of an hour skiing :/ it was snowing that heavy that I couldn't see where I was going and everyone disappeared off into the ...

    A day out in Innsbruck!

    A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Mar 01, 2015

    ... t booked my travel to Zurich and I didn't know the best way to get there. After speaking with the receptionist I found I could either bus or train, bus was cheaper but longer. I had heard the trip from Innsbruck to Zurich was really pretty so I didn't want to travel through the night so I decided to suck it up and pay a bit extra for the train so I could get there faster and still see the scenery. We walked to the train station to buy ...

    Three countries in one day!

    A travel blog entry by missliz on Jan 29, 2015

    ... Austria. Innsbruck is like a medieval town just plonked in the middle of Europe! We had three hours to explore the town and it was quite interesting. We went to the golden roof which was a building built by emperor Maximilian in the 1500's for him and his two wives after their wedding. The balcony was where they watched festivals, fights and the everyday life of the towns people. It was quite an amazing and obscure building. We then made our way ...

    Innsbrook

    A travel blog entry by phil.w on Jan 19, 2015

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    Today we are off to Innsbrook which requires a couple of hours on a train, If wifi allows I may be able to update his thing. Weather looks fine, and to be honest I don't think the cold has made much difference to us anyway, in fact we would rather see snow than sitting as the locals say a perfect 4 or 5. And what you know eh, the Swarovski Factory in Innsbrook is closed for renovations right now, damn. But the factory shop in town is open. We hope to get ...

    Hidden Gem in the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by stormhayward on Dec 19, 2014

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    ... which flank either side of Innsbruck as the view is stunning; it is a truly magical place to watch the sun set on an evening.

    There are several places in the centre of Innsbruck that I would recommend visiting. There is the city tower which costs €3.5 entry and gives you an incredible view of the city and the surrounding mountains, however just to warn you the steps are quite steep! There is also the Olympic Ski Jump which is very impressive! However ...