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.
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.