Dear guests!

We start our summer seasonon 30 May 2024 and are currently taking a short creative break.

Nevertheless, you are still welcome to communicate with our reservation team to plan your unique holiday in the mountains with us.

We are available from Saturday to Wednesday from 08:30AM to 04:30 PM and Thursday to Friday from 07:30 AM to 12:30 PM for enquiries, requests and reservations by telephone on +43-5674-8181 or by email to

We look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely yours,


Familie Singer
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Tyrolean made easy: lesson 1

The most important Tyrolean expressions for your holiday

It may not sound like it, but we speak German in Tyrol. Well, Tyrolean, to be precise.

Have you ever stayed at one of the hotels in te Austrian Alps? Then you’ll certainly know that our German sounds a little bit different. Tyrolean dialect isn’t exactly easy to understand, but with a little help, you’ll soon be a real pro. Promise!

We greet acquaintances with a cordial “Grias-di”. All others with a more distant, but equally cordial “Grias-eich” or the universally known “Grüß Gott”. For close friends, we like to use “Servus”.

“Piat-di” if we are on first-name terms; “Piat-eich” if we are on more formal terms.

“Poppele” is a baby.
“Madl” means “girl”. But we also like to use it as a general term for women. Just like the word “Diandl”.
The male equivalent is “Bua” (or in English: “Boy/Man”).

So that you can use these expressions in a conversation here in Tyrol, here is a small example:
Alexander: Grias-eich! (Hello!)
Marion: Jo, grias-eich, Alexander! Und wer is denn des liabe* Madl? (Oh, hello, Alexander! And who is that sweet little girl?)
Alexander: Di Nina, mei Tochta. (Nina, my daughter.)

* liab = sweet, cute

Tyrolean dialect for beginners