Dear guests!

Now it’s official: due to the prolonged lockdown in Austria all hotels and restaurants have to remain closed until the end of February 2021. As much as we regret this fact, we hope that these hard measures will significantly lower  the number of infections in Austria, thus saving precious lives and allowing a certain normality in the soon future.

 

Subsequently we are envisaging the opening of our hotel, restaurants and SPA on March 1st 2021. And we are so much looking forward to this moment, when we will be again able to welcome our guests and fill our hotel with life and joy. Evidently we will inform you furthermore about our re-opening and the adjusted seasonal opening times.

 

Our reservations team remains at your entire disposal 7 days a week from 08.30 am until 04.30 p.m. for your request, reservation or just a simple enquiry by dialing +43-5674-8181 or sending us an e-mail to office@hotelsinger.com. We truly look forward to hearing from you.

 

By clicking here you can find all the important information about how we will be looking after your safety in our hotel.

 

Please also have a look at our new  cancellation policy for the winter season 2021.

 

Trust us and visit us – we are excited to see you and care for you.

 

Yours sincerely

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A special kind of trip

A castle to admire

As one of the most visited castles and palaces in Europe, the so-called “castle of the fairytale king” is a very popular destination for visitors from all over the world.

Neuschwanstein Castle near our spa hotel in Tyrol was built by King Ludwig II and is still an institution of German cultural history today. The former King of Bavaria had the building created as an idealised representation of a medieval knight’s castle, hence the connection to fairytales and knights of shining armour. Today it is considered a masterpiece of the stylistic period of historicism and well-known all over the world.  Construction work on the castle began in 1869, however, it could not be completed before King Ludwig II died in 1886. The building was opened to visitors just six weeks after the king’s death and now attracts around one and a half million visitors a year. You, too can visit this impressive castle on a guided tour which takes about 30 minutes and can be booked directly at the ticket office on site. Believe us, Neuschwanstein Castle is definitely worth a visit! Are you curious or have any more questions? We are only too pleased to give you any further information!