This is heaven for all wellness enthusiasts! If you love the romantic Zillertal but prefer a modern and straightforward accommodation, Mayrhofen is the place to be. With a recommendation rate of 97 percent on HolidayCheck and a certificate of excellence on TripAdvisor, the Elisabeth Hotel is worth visiting all year round.
In the 1,400 m2 Elisense Spa, let the elements of fire and water and the forces of nature take effect, completely focus on the here and now, and get the best for yourself: at the ElisabethHotel in Zillertal, this is not just an extra but part of the holiday experience.
Mayrhofen is the tourist heart of Zillertal, and the ElisabethHotel is one of its best addresses. The traditional Tyrolean house was opened three years ago by host family Josef Moigg, following extensive renovations and additions, as the first hotel in Zillertal exclusively for adults. Since then, it has been offering a very personal, design-oriented, and straightforward ambiance with luxurious four-star superior standards as a premium private retreat. The young South Tyrolean architect Thomas Urthaler gave the ElisabethHotel a face in which tradition and modernity, rural and urban, young and grown-up, are reflected.
Premium Private Retreat
This addition to the name of the Mayrhofen ElisabethHotel already suggests what the wellness sanctuary is all about. A retreat from everyday life, getting closer to oneself, and seeing the essentials in life more clearly. And this as “disturbance-free” as possible, namely with an offer exclusively tailored to adults. The holistic medical wellness concept Elisense MED aims for a harmonization of the entire lifestyle, which was developed in cooperation with the Sportclinic Zillertal and is jointly coordinated by doctors and specialists. Specialists check the body and derive ways for daily life and personal development from the medical diagnosis – including nutrition, sleep behavior, exercise, and psychological components. For those who find this too comprehensive, the Elisense Spa offers enough opportunities to enjoy “alpine wellness culture” with all their senses: the range of massages, peelings, and wraps provides the appropriate “distractions,” as does the sauna and water landscape with its 17-meter indoor pool, whirlpool, bio- and Finnish sauna, steam, and saline bath. The culinary offer in the ElisabethHotel is “well-balanced”: the kitchen focuses on regional products – partly even from the hotel’s own agriculture – and largely dispenses with white flour and cow’s milk within the Elisense menu. The rooms, designed with warm earth tones, wood, and stone, are true “soul places.”