Our hotel is temporarily closed

Dear guests, dear partners, 
dear Bon Alpina friends,  

We are very sorry to inform you that we have to close the gates a second time.
Our sister hotel AC Marriott remains open and will continue to be at your disposal during this time. 
However, we are looking confidently into the future and are convinced that the actions will have an effect and we are looking forward to
a restart in the pre-Christmas period. We will keep you informed and send you all the best wishes from Innsbruck.

Bleiben Sie gesund | Stay healthy | Rester en bonne santé | Manténgase saludable | Stare in salute 

Your Bon Alpina Team 

Adventure holiday in Innsbruck Igls

Only a few kilometers away from Innsbruck, 
surrounded by green and with an open view of the unforgettable
panorama of the Tyrolean mountain landscape:

The Hotel Bon Alpina captivates alone by its perfect location
in the picturesque low mountain village Igls.

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this traditional house invites you to relax,
and its proximity to Innsbruck creates a perfect bridge between recreation and adventure holidays.

Active summer holidays & sightseeing
Hiking, high alpine mountain tours, sightseeing and city experience in Innsbruck, relaxing at the pool and an evening walk through the idyllic landscape - all this is a summer holiday in Innsbruck Igls. The Welcome Card gives you access to many attractive benefits.
Our Rooms
Tradition mixed with modern Charm
New life spirits
The Bon Alpina offers a spacious relaxation zone where it is easier than ever to switch off. Designed in light colors and with lots of natural light, guests will find an atmospheric oasis of peace in the hotel's wellness area.
Our free guest card with a mobility guarantee
Various services and benefits are included free of charge during your stay.

Current offers

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History & Present

Innsbruck by Hotel Bon Alpina

The history of Innsbruck is omnipresent. Already 500 years ago, Emperor Maximilian I turned Innsbruck into an urban hotspot and had the "Golden Roof" covered with 2,657 fire-gilded copper shingles. Among many other formative personalities of the Habsburg Monarchy, Empress Maria-Theresia splendor and glory came to Innsbruck. During her reign, the imperial Hofburg was converted into a magnificent building and, alongside the Vienna Hofburg and Schönbrunn Palace, is one of the most important cultural buildings in Austria.