There is a wide choice of middle- to top-end hotels in Ischgl, in addition to numerous B & Bs and apartments.
Not your stereotypical ski hotel, the Madlein is über-trendy with slick, contemporary interiors, a beautiful spa and outdoor heated pool and sauna. Stretched Hummers drive guests around and there’s a Pacha nightclub in the basement.
Madleinweg 2. Tel: 00 43 5444 5226. Web: www.madlein.com
This friendly four-star hotel is within easy walking distance of the lifts, with traditional rooms and an extensive wellness area. You can also stay in apartments in a separate building, Residenzia Solaris, on a self-catering or half-board basis.
Tel: 00 43 5444 5205. Web: www.solaria.at
The Post is a large, traditional four-star hotel, with an indoor heated swimming pool and sauna. It is well-located for lifts, shops, bars and restaurants.
Tel: 00 43 5444 5232. Web: www.post-ischgl.at
Ischgl’s flagship five-star hotel and one of the finest in Austria, the Trofana is suitably plush, with heavy, traditional decor and suites that come complete with saunas and open fires. It takes pride of place in the centre of town and is home to the infamous Arena nightclub.
Tel: 00 43 5444 600. Web: www.trofana.at
Hotel Alpenrose, Galtür
The Alpenrose is a family-owned three-star hotel in the quiet village of Galtür, ten minutes away. Rooms are simple but comfortable, and the vast breakfasts are served in the cosy dining room.
Tel: 00 43 05443 8201. Web: www.alpenrose-galtuer.at