Laurin Alps Hotel – Your hotel in Ötztal

Ötztal attracts many guests in summer and winter. The wonderful glacier world has a very magical flair, which you will experience the moment you arrive.

Arrival by car
  • Munich - Kufstein (Inntal motorway A12) - Innsbruck - exit Ötztal - Obergurgl-Hochgurgl
  • Munich - Garmisch - Scharnitz - Telfs - Ötztal - Obergurgl-Hochgurgl
  • Kempten - Füssen - Reutte - Fernpaß - Imst - Ötztal - Obergurgl oder Hochgurgl
Please note: on Austrian motorways you will need a badge, which is available at every gas station or tobacconist’s in Austria.

Arrival by train
  • Take the train to Innsbruck or Ötztal station. Take the bus from Innsbruck (4 times a day) or from the Ötztal station (8 times a day) to Obergurgl or Hochgurgl.
Get the latest bus connections on WWW.VVT.AT

Arrival by plane
  • The Innsbruck airport is connected via scheduled flights to destinations everywhere in Europe. Additionally there are charter flights in summer and winter.
  • Groningen in the Netherlands is one of the new destinations, offered by the Transavia airline.

Airport pick-up service
If you wish you can be collected at Innsbruck airport. Our taxi service takes you quickly and safe to the Laurin Alps Hotel.

Tel.: +43-(0)5256-6540
Fax.: +43-(0)5256-22999

Tel.: +43 (0)5256 22900

Book your room online or send us you no obligation holiday enquiry. We are looking forward to welcoming you!
Our GPS coordinatesLatitude N: 46.901879Longitude: 11.050205
Address dataAlpenhotel LaurinTimmelsjochstrasse 66456 Hochgurgl - Austria
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  • 5%-8% discount on current daily prices
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