There are many hotels and guest houses in Austria but our partners have been welcoming British guests for many years and positively welcome motorcyclists. Our base, which is ideal for discovering the most impressive tours of the Alps, has been a popular motorcycle meeting point for over fifteen years and the proprietor has prepared a special ride out booklet for all his motorcycling guests. Whether you're looking for short, long, difficult, fast, curvy or scenic tours there is something for everyone!
After two stopovers your typically Tyrolean Hotel, located at the foot of the famous Alpine passes, is approached via the scenic Reschen Pass - the first of many mountain routes for you to explore during your stay. Ride the famous Bernina and Arlberg passes, discover the delights of the lesser known but equally demanding Julier Pass and Ofen pass, not forgetting the Fern Pass and the Brenner, then enjoy the seven passes leading to glitzy lakeside San Moritz. Head south over the Stilfserjoch (better known as the Stelvio Pass) - a glorious array of 47 hairpins and switchbacks that really will test your skills and make your wrists ache! On the other side of the Stelvio is the Italian ski resort of Bormio and the Bagni Vecchi spa baths that date back to Roman times - definitely worth the trip. If you love riding your bike, cross the border to explore more of Italy, Switzerland and Bavaria in Germany using the motorcycle route plans prepared for you!
Our traditional four star Tirolean hotel enjoys a village location situated directly in the border triangle of Austria, Switzerland and Italy. All rooms are ensuite and there's a large buffet breakfast, four course dinner and salad buffet and a tempting dessert buffet too. Additional facilities include a Restaurant, hotel bar, garden and terrace. The leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, sauna and solarium, ideal at the end of a busy day. There are also massage and beauty treatments available. Highly recommended!
Extend your stay and make a two centre holiday with Lake Garda or the Dolomites
Make sure that you fit new tyres and brake pads before you set off and then you really can let rip...