Dear friends and guests!
All Tyrolean ski resorts are closed on Sunday 15 March - the accommodation facilities (hotels, guesthouses, apartments, camping sites, etc.) will be closed from Monday 16 March. The health and safety of the population, staff and our guests is our top priority. You can find more information about coronavirus here!
In view of a further spread of the coronavirus in the Alpine region, the Tyrolean provincial government has decided to end the winter season early. All Tyrolean ski resorts have been closed since Sunday, 15 March 2020, and the accommodation facilities (hotels, guesthouses, apartments, campsites, etc.) since Monday, 16 March 2020. The health and safety of the population, our employees and our guests is our top priority. At the same time, we would like to thank all our guests who have visited us this winter and have placed their trust in us. We will keep you up to date with further information!
Since 18th of March 2020 all of the 279 municipalities in Tirol have been under quarantine. More Information!
ATTENTION IMPORTANT! All people who were in bars and après-ski locations in Mayrhofen and in Gerlos in the Zillertal as well as in Zell am Ziller and Aschau-Kaltenbach from 8 to 15 March should closely observe their state of health. Austrian guests who experience symptoms of the Coronavirus should call the hotline 1450. Guests from other countries should contact their respective health authorities. This advice applies in particular to people who were in the following bars and après-ski locations:
⭢ Mayrhofen: Brück’n Stadl, Scotland Yard Pub, Hotel Strass “Arena Club”, “Steakhouse” restaurant, “Happy End“ café / bar
⭢ Gerlos: “Skihütte” Aprés-ski location, Seppi’s Gerlos
⭢ Zell am Ziller: Zellerstuben, Hili Bar
⭢ Aschau-Kaltenbach: "Marendalm" restaurant
Information from public authorities can be obtained from the Ministry and the province of Tyrol:
- Current information from the Ministry of Health is available here
- Current information from the province of Tyrol is available here
- The country's 24-hour hotline can be reached at 0800 80 80 30.