Tyrol Hotel

The family-run Tyrol Hotel has a reputation as one of Soll’s finest, with many guests returning year after year.

You’ll love the peaceful location of the hotel, as well as its sophisticated and modern feel – think warming colours, natural materials and a typically Tyrolean vibe.

The food is great, too, with big buffets covering international and regional dishes plus vegetarian options. There are also weekly speciality and gala dinners, and if you’re vegan, just let the hotel know in advance.

For relaxing days, you can take a dip in the cooling outdoor pool and enjoy the spectacular views of the Tyrolean countryside.

Overview of Soll

Soll is a beautiful location tucked away in the Tyrolean Alps. Although it’s a secluded spot, it’s well connected to the wider region, and is incredibly popular with explorers and adventurers who want to see something new every day.

There are plenty of cable cars to get you around – you can explore six mountain areas in this way. When you choose Soll for your holiday to Austria, you’ll spend your days hiking up the Hohe Salve, enjoying family-friendly visits to Hexenwasser’s natural outdoor park and evenings at Austrian gastropubs.

Things to do in Soll

You’ll love the peace of the Hotel Tyrol’s location. It’s surrounded by fields but it’s only a short walk to Soll’s bustling centre. There’s a healthy choice of Austrian and wider European cuisine on the menu and plenty of gastropubs that serve family favourites.

It’s a 15-minute stroll to the gondola, which will whisk you up to the starting point for many of the Wilder Kaiser region’s best walks. Soll’s resident peak of Hohe Salve stands at 1,800 metres. Hiking’s very much encouraged, but paragliding is also popular. You can also visit the six natural ‘theme parks’ connected by cable cars.

With a stay at the Hotel Tyrol, you can explore the best of Soll!


Resort Summary

Stashed away in the Tyrolean Alps in western Austria, Soll might look like a little mountain resort sitting on its own, but it’s actually a destination that’s very well connected. Linked by a system of cable cars, Soll is part of Austria’s biggest resort network, grouping together six mountain areas in one.

So in addition to hikes on the peaks of Hohe Salve, family days at Hexenwasser’s natural outdoor park and evenings at an Austrian gastropub, you’ve got a whole handful of Austrian holiday destinations just at the other end of the cable car wire, waiting to be explored.