Hotel Strolz

  • Austrian Tyrol, Austria, Mayrhofen

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Set 300 metres aback from the centre of Mayrhofen next to a forest, Hotel Strolz occupies a tranquil position with panoramic views of mountain terrain.

Guests enjoy soaking up the sun in the hotels charming gardens. Facilities include a large indoor pool that leads out into the spacious gardens, a Finnish sauna, steam bath and mini golf. Enjoy a varied buffet breakfast including fresh pastries, dairy and crunchy cereals. Be sure to try the wholemeal bread which is freshly ground in the hotel mill. In the evening you’re treated to home-style cuisine, inspired by traditional Zillertal delicacies and international classics.

Bedrooms are bright, comfortable and immaculately furnished. Some rooms are located in the Villa Strolz, 60 metres from the main hotel.

Transfer time: approx. 1 hour 30 mins from Innsbruck airport or 2 hours 15 mins from Salzburg airport.

Added value

Early booking offer available (ends 15 Jan)

  • No. of rooms: 45
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 4


50m from main hotel, access by road.

  • Official rating: 3


Villa Strolz Austrian Twin Rooms are around 20m² and located in the nearby Villa Strolz (60 metres from the main hotel). These rooms sleep up to three (single sofa bed) and have a shower.

Austrian Twin Rooms in the main building are around 20-22m² and some can sleep up to three (single sofa bed). These rooms can have a bath or shower and also have a balcony.

Single Rooms are around 16-20m² and located in the main building. These rooms have showers and also have a balcony.


Bedroom facilities

  • Cable or satellite programmes
  • Hairdryer
  • Wireless internet
  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No

This lively, bustling village is one of the most popular summer resorts in the Tyrol, offering an unrivalled range of activities, excursions and events throughout the summer. Mayrhofen lies 630m above sea level in the Upper Zillertal (Ziller Valley) through which the River Ziller runs. It's surrounded by three main mountain ranges, the Kitzbühel Alps to the east, the Tux Alps to the west and the Zillertal Alps to the south. An old-fashioned steam locomotive is a popular way to explore the valley, and in the evenings it is wonderful to sit outside whilst Mayrhofen comes alive with regular live music and traditional festivals.

The traditional farming links are still very strong in Mayrhofen and the surrounding villages - you'll often see many old-fashioned farming practices as you explore the local area. In the second half of the 19th Century, paths and mountain huts were built as hiking became popular. The reason that the area is so popular in the summer, is that it has over 1,400km of paths for hiking, and other popular activities including rafting, climbing, paragliding and mountain biking. The ‘Zillertal Natur’ runs an excellent programme of free guided walks in the summer - offering extensive hiking opportunities for all levels.



Krimml Waterfalls

Marvel at the natural wonder of Europe’s highest waterfall set amidst the stunning Hohe Tauern National Park. Follow the path right next to the falls for fantastic photo opportunities. Small National Park fee may be payable locally.

Half day, from £26


Lake Achensee & Rattenberg

Travel along the Inn Valley to Tyrol’s largest lake. Perhaps take a trip on the popular steam train or enjoy a scenic boat trip (optional). Also visiting Rattenberg, famous for its Crystal glass production.

Full day, from £26




Visit Mozart’s birthplace, the Hohensalzburg Fortress, the medieval Old Town and the famous Getreidegasse shopping street. An optional walking tour brings the history of this beautiful city to life.

Full day, from approx €38 (optional city walking tour)


Guided walks

Zillertal Natur Park runs an extensive programme of daily guided walks to different areas all over the Ziller Valley. The programme is from approx €6 per walk (registration required) or free at selected hotels (see individual hotel pages).

Mayrhofen is surrounded by four valleys and an incredible 1700km of walking paths across the Zillertall, ranging from gentle trails through meadows to Schwendau and along the river to Zell am Ziller, to high altitude treks into different valleys. At the end of the valley is Hintertux Glacier with various trails heading up to the top and all year round skiing available.


Inghams Walk With Us

Zimmereben Walk

Join your Rep and other Inghams guests for a hike up to the Zimmereben hut where you can take in spectacular views of Mayrhofen and enjoy coffee, cake, and local schnapps.

A selection of excursions are available to book locally.

Please note we act at all times as a selling agent for the suppliers of activities & excursions.

  • Two lounge areas
  • Residents' dining room
  • Large indoor pool with garden views, sauna and steam room (Free), hydro massage (pay locally)
  • Large garden with sun loungers and mini-golf
  • Terrace
  • Wi-Fi (pay locally)
  • Lift
  • Bike hire
  • Solarium
  • TV room
  • Garden terrace
  • Lounge area
  • WiFi
  • Buffet breakfast with hot items cooked to order
  • Four course evening meal with choice of main dish
  • Weekly barbecue weather permitting
  • No of restaurants: 1
  • Dress code for restaurants:


  • Breakfast service:


  • Dinner service:


Board basis options available

  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Diabetics - Insulin can be stored
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians
Location in resort
  • Longitude: 11.869685
  • Latitude: 47.167463

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per person from £618
Includes £10pp discount
Hotel Strolz
Mayrhofen, Austrian Tyrol,Half Board
13/07/2022 - 3 nights
3 adults
From Manchester Int.
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