This straightforward alpine hotel in the Pitztal valley is 2 km from the base of the Rifflseebahn cable car and 3 km from the Pitztaler glacier.The modest rooms feature casual furniture, free Wi-Fi, cable TV and desks. Most have balconies, and suites add living rooms with sofas.
This quaint hotel, set in a valley in the Tyrolean Alps, lies a 2-minute walk from the nearest bus stop and 13 km from Pitztaler Gletscher ski resort.Featuring pine accents, the streamlined rooms come with en suite bathrooms and flat-screen TVs. Some rooms add sitting areas and/or separate bedrooms.
This polished, family-run alpine hotel is 7 km from Rifflsee lake and 8 km from Pitztaler Gletscher (glacier).The contemporary rooms feature satellite TV, Wi-Fi (fee) and sitting areas. Upgraded rooms include balconies, living rooms and/or multiple bedrooms.
This mountainside chalet hotel is a 2-minute walk from the Rifelseebahn ski-lift station and 1.3 km from the Pitztaler Gletscher (glacier).The warm, contemporary rooms feature satellite TV and en suite bathrooms.
This laid-back hotel is 14 km from Pitztal Glacier and 18 km from Hochzeiger ski area.The simple rooms with balconies, and wood paneling and furnishings offer free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and balconies, plus sitting areas.A breakfast buffet and dinner are included and served in a cozy restaurant.
Surrounded by the Pitztal mountains, this alpine-style hotel is 7 km from both ski slopes and Rifflsee lake.Bright rooms with wood accents feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs; most have balconies offering mountain views. Minimum-stay rules may apply.
Surrounded by mountains in the Pitz Valley, this informal chalet-style hotel is 8 km from the Pitztaler Gletscher ski area and cable car.Straightforward rooms with wood furniture provide satellite TV, safes and balconies; some add sitting areas.Parking is free, as is a breakfast buffet served in a rustic restaurant that has a tile stove.
Sankt Leonhard im Pitztal is a municipality in the Imst district, located 20 kilometres south of Imst on the upper course of the Pitze River in western Austria. The village covers a large area and has a length of around 25 kilometres.