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I n t e ra l pe n For guests and friends of the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol

Autumn beckons!

The perfect season for hiking

The taste of Tirol

Head chef Christoph Zangerl supports local producers

Always peak season

Winter sports in the Tirolean Alps

Mag az i n

2010/03


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Editorial / Contents

Dear guests I am delighted to bring you some very good news in this edition of our magazine. The Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol is the first 5 ***** hotel in the Tirol to be awarded “superior” status. Naturally we will not rest on our laurels – this award recognises that we have always gone beyond the criteria of a 5 star establishment. Our reputation has also been built on the stability and reliability of our holiday offers, so this new status will not result in an increase in our room rates. On the contrary, we are going to offer even more favourable seasonal rates in the future. And on the theme of the seasons, autumn brings a pleasant cooling of temperature, when the woodland of the Tirol’s valleys and hills turns every shade of gold. Nature is on show in all its finery and it would be a shame to miss this wonderful spectacle. There are so many ways to enjoy some fresh air in the mountains. Our experienced outdoor experts can show you the best places to enjoy the Tirol’s landscape at their finest. We are closing for scheduled renovation works from 8 – 30 November, but from 1 December you will find us decked in our Christmas finery and ready for festive and relaxing holidays. We have all kinds of Advent and Christmas activities planned, from snow-shoe rambles in romantic, sparkling landscapes, to relaxing musical evenings. We are sure that you will enjoy a holiday to live long in your memory.

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Autumn beckons!

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The taste of Tirol

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Always peak season

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A magical time of year

We look forward to welcoming you. Best wishes 12

5 stars, but more so

Oliver Mathée Director Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol

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Great prospects

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Interalpen-Magazin

Editorial / Contents

Dear guests I am delighted to bring you some very good news in this edition of our magazine. The Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol is the first 5 ***** hotel in the Tirol to be awarded “superior” status. Naturally we will not rest on our laurels – this award recognises that we have always gone beyond the criteria of a 5 star establishment. Our reputation has also been built on the stability and reliability of our holiday offers, so this new status will not result in an increase in our room rates. On the contrary, we are going to offer even more favourable seasonal rates in the future. And on the theme of the seasons, autumn brings a pleasant cooling of temperature, when the woodland of the Tirol’s valleys and hills turns every shade of gold. Nature is on show in all its finery and it would be a shame to miss this wonderful spectacle. There are so many ways to enjoy some fresh air in the mountains. Our experienced outdoor experts can show you the best places to enjoy the Tirol’s landscape at their finest. We are closing for scheduled renovation works from 8 – 30 November, but from 1 December you will find us decked in our Christmas finery and ready for festive and relaxing holidays. We have all kinds of Advent and Christmas activities planned, from snow-shoe rambles in romantic, sparkling landscapes, to relaxing musical evenings. We are sure that you will enjoy a holiday to live long in your memory.

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Autumn beckons!

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The taste of Tirol

9

Always peak season

10

A magical time of year

We look forward to welcoming you. Best wishes 12

5 stars, but more so

Oliver Mathée Director Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol

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14

Great prospects

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Activities

Warm sunshine on our outdoor pool

Make the most of the great outdoors

Hiking in the Tirolean Alps

Autumn beckons! Savour the mild autumnal days and enjoy nature at its most beautiful. The year slowly draws to an end, but the sun’s rays will still warm our faces for some time to come. The days have lost their summer heat, and this is the ideal season to enjoy some sport and exercise in the fresh air, perhaps some hiking, golf or mountain biking. There are infinite kilometres of hiking trails through the Tirolean Alps just waiting to be explored. Trails start right in front of the hotel, leading across Seefeld plateau, into the Wetterstein massif, through

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Karwendel Alpine Park, along the banks of the Leutasch river or through Wildmoos nature reserve. There is the perfect route and difficulty level for everyone, whatever your experience and condition. And you will almost always come across a cosy mountain hut on your path for rest and refreshment. The important thing is to find your own tempo and enjoy the great outdoors. It is worth stopping from time to time, just to take stock of your surroundings and to

let your gaze follow the extraordinary mountain panoramas around you. Our outdoor guides are looking forward to showing you the most scenic beauty spots on a group ramble or, if you prefer to go it alone, you will find a hiking map at Reception. This is the perfect season to immerse yourself in pristine nature and store up sunshine, before the days get shorter and cooler.

A favourite hike is the route to the Friedensglocke, the largest free-standing bell in the Alps. If you visit in the months of September or October you might also witness the traditional Tirolean “Almabtrieb” which celebrates the bringing down of cattle from their summer pastures. Colourfully decorated cows with tinkling cowbells return to the valley to be greeted with lively brass band music. More energetic guests will enjoy conquering the slopes by mountain bike. Trails might be gravel, forest floor, rock or grass, and excitement and variety is guaranteed.

On Ganghofer’s Trail Ludwig Ganghofer was a great poet who took inspiration from the most beautiful

places in Austria, particularly his hunting lodge in Leutasch. The Ganghofer Hubertus festival in Leutasch is one of the most popular traditional events on the Seefeld Olympia calendar. The week long programme of guided rambles, lectures and entertainment with a hunting theme gives an insight into the life and times of the poet, with all kinds of quaint and traditional entertainment on offer: a huntsmen’s breakfast around an open fire, shooting competitions by the local hunting societies, and the blowing of hunting horns to bless the Hubertus stag. And with luck you will be able to hear the roaring of stags in the colourful autumn forests around the InteralpenHotel Tyrol – a primeval call of nature.

Our outdoor team: Hansi, Tom and Alex

On the right path with our Pro team Our outdoor experts love the Tirolean mountains and know them like the back of their hand. They are all-round sportsmen and regard sport, enjoyment and nature as a holistic concept for a healthy lifestyle. Hansi Holzmann is a former trainer of the national Alpine skiing women’s team and has been introducing our guests to the wonders of the mountains for eleven years. Tom Bucher is on hand to offer expert advice as a hiking guide and climbing instructor and Alex Schröpf is an experienced mountain biker, who can help you achieve improved and sustained strength and stamina.

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Activities

Warm sunshine on our outdoor pool

Make the most of the great outdoors

Hiking in the Tirolean Alps

Autumn beckons! Savour the mild autumnal days and enjoy nature at its most beautiful. The year slowly draws to an end, but the sun’s rays will still warm our faces for some time to come. The days have lost their summer heat, and this is the ideal season to enjoy some sport and exercise in the fresh air, perhaps some hiking, golf or mountain biking. There are infinite kilometres of hiking trails through the Tirolean Alps just waiting to be explored. Trails start right in front of the hotel, leading across Seefeld plateau, into the Wetterstein massif, through

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Karwendel Alpine Park, along the banks of the Leutasch river or through Wildmoos nature reserve. There is the perfect route and difficulty level for everyone, whatever your experience and condition. And you will almost always come across a cosy mountain hut on your path for rest and refreshment. The important thing is to find your own tempo and enjoy the great outdoors. It is worth stopping from time to time, just to take stock of your surroundings and to

let your gaze follow the extraordinary mountain panoramas around you. Our outdoor guides are looking forward to showing you the most scenic beauty spots on a group ramble or, if you prefer to go it alone, you will find a hiking map at Reception. This is the perfect season to immerse yourself in pristine nature and store up sunshine, before the days get shorter and cooler.

A favourite hike is the route to the Friedensglocke, the largest free-standing bell in the Alps. If you visit in the months of September or October you might also witness the traditional Tirolean “Almabtrieb” which celebrates the bringing down of cattle from their summer pastures. Colourfully decorated cows with tinkling cowbells return to the valley to be greeted with lively brass band music. More energetic guests will enjoy conquering the slopes by mountain bike. Trails might be gravel, forest floor, rock or grass, and excitement and variety is guaranteed.

On Ganghofer’s Trail Ludwig Ganghofer was a great poet who took inspiration from the most beautiful

places in Austria, particularly his hunting lodge in Leutasch. The Ganghofer Hubertus festival in Leutasch is one of the most popular traditional events on the Seefeld Olympia calendar. The week long programme of guided rambles, lectures and entertainment with a hunting theme gives an insight into the life and times of the poet, with all kinds of quaint and traditional entertainment on offer: a huntsmen’s breakfast around an open fire, shooting competitions by the local hunting societies, and the blowing of hunting horns to bless the Hubertus stag. And with luck you will be able to hear the roaring of stags in the colourful autumn forests around the InteralpenHotel Tyrol – a primeval call of nature.

Our outdoor team: Hansi, Tom and Alex

On the right path with our Pro team Our outdoor experts love the Tirolean mountains and know them like the back of their hand. They are all-round sportsmen and regard sport, enjoyment and nature as a holistic concept for a healthy lifestyle. Hansi Holzmann is a former trainer of the national Alpine skiing women’s team and has been introducing our guests to the wonders of the mountains for eleven years. Tom Bucher is on hand to offer expert advice as a hiking guide and climbing instructor and Alex Schröpf is an experienced mountain biker, who can help you achieve improved and sustained strength and stamina.

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Fine dining

Regional produce for the Interalpen-kitchen

Zangerl’s favourite recipe

The taste of Tirol Head chef Christoph Zangerl supports local producers. Only the best ingredients will do in his kitchen.

Christoph Zangerl sums up his cooking philosophy: “quality and flavour speak for themselves”. With this in mind he pays close attention to the sourcing of his ingredients. “To create extraordinary cooking you need outstanding ingredients. And why should you buy elsewhere when you have the best quality on your doorstep?” Much of the fish on our menus comes from the crystal clear mountain stream waters of nearby Leutasch and fresh game is sourced from the forests around the hotel. Meat, dairy produce, fruit and vegetables are provided by farmers local to the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol. And members of the kitchen team are not averse to foraging for woodland mushrooms themselves.

4th Culinarium at the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol

The gift of relaxation

Enjoy world class cuisine Be transported into a world of gastronomic pleasure by award-winning and acclaimed top chefs.

Time to pamper your body and soothe your soul. A stay at our hotel is always a well received gift, whatever the occasion: a Christmas party, a birthday, or just to say thank you to someone you love. Our reservations team will be pleased to issue personalised vouchers for you, either as a cash voucher, or for a particular wellness or accommodation package. The vouchers are presented in an attractive wooden box.

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Our head chef Christoph Zangerl who holds three Gault-Millau “toques” invites other star chefs to conjure up exquisite dishes for guests once again this year as part of the InteralpenCulinarium. From 24– 27 October 2010 these stars of the kitchen will take our guests on a culinary journey full of creativity and sophistication, a feast for the senses that no gourmet should miss. The exclusive kitchen party on

26 October is particularly popular, when you can watch the masters at work, from such close quarters that you can peep into the saucepans, ask questions or just taste the fabulous food created. Participation in this special event is without supplement as part of your half board arrangement.

Quality through proximity Christoph Zangerl sets great store by personal contact with his producers and suppliers – one of the great advantages of buying locally. “I can chat with the farmers about the rearing and feeding of their livestock. That increases my trust in the quality of the produce.” Moreover, there are many farmers in the Tirol who farm organically, a standard held in great regard by the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol. This Fresh from the Leutasch: A trout for our head chef Christoph Zangerl

close relationship with the region’s providers is reflected in the menus of the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol’s restaurants. Seasonal dishes are always on the menu, with fresh ingredients that impart dishes with an unmistakable flavour of the Tirol. And regional produce not only tastes delicious, but is also beneficial for the environment. The organic and natural produce we order is produced with highest consideration for nature and short delivery journeys reduce our carbon footprint to a minimum. In addition the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol pays attention to the quality and orgin of products that cannot be sourced locally: imported foods such as rice, bananas, tea or coffee must all be fair trade.

Personal tips from the head chef It is no surprise that Christoph Zangerl insists upon the best quality for his ingredients; after all, the Gault Millau guide has awarded him three toques and a heady 17 points. If you want to experience the exquisite cooking of our head chef for yourself, you need only come and try our half board. Under Zangerl’s direction the kitchen team produces a magnificent 6-course à la carte menu every evening. You can savour the master in action at our Chef’s Table restaurant, where Zangerl will cook for you in person and share some of the gourmet secrets of his success.

Saddle of local venison with muscat squash and forest mushrooms Saddle of venison (recipe for 4 people): · 400 g fillets of venison, boned and trimmed · fleur de sel · juniper · rosemary from the garden · freshly milled black pepper · walnut oil for browning Season the venison fillets with salt and pepper, brown over a low heat, set on a trivet, sprinkle with crushed juniper berries and rosemary. Cook at 100 °C (54 °C core temperature). Allow to rest, and then glaze with fresh foaming butter, fleur de sel, juniper and rosemary. Forest mushrooms: · 150 g mixed mushrooms (if possible porcini, chanterelle and shimeji) · 2 shallots finely sliced · 20 g chopped chervil, parsley and thyme, fleur de sel · grated zest of a lemon · pepper · butter oil Clean and finely slice the mushrooms, sauté in butter oil. Add the chopped shallots, herbs and seasoning. Pumpkin French toast: · 2 slices of toasting bread · 200 g muscat squash · 30 g butter · 50 ml orange juice · zest of an orange · star anise · 30 g pumpkin seeds · 1 dsp honey · 30 g mascarpone Cut the pumpkin into wedges, gently roast at 200 °C in a closed pan with the butter, salt, orange juice, zest and star anise. Remove the pumpkin flesh, combine with honey, mascarpone and chopped pumpkin seeds and spread between the 2 pieces of bread. Dip in flour, egg and walnut crumbs and fry in butter oil over a moderate heat. · 1 whole egg · 50 g flour · 20 g walnuts · 30 g breadcrumbs · butter oil

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Interalpen-Magazin

Fine dining

Regional produce for the Interalpen-kitchen

Zangerl’s favourite recipe

The taste of Tirol Head chef Christoph Zangerl supports local producers. Only the best ingredients will do in his kitchen.

Christoph Zangerl sums up his cooking philosophy: “quality and flavour speak for themselves”. With this in mind he pays close attention to the sourcing of his ingredients. “To create extraordinary cooking you need outstanding ingredients. And why should you buy elsewhere when you have the best quality on your doorstep?” Much of the fish on our menus comes from the crystal clear mountain stream waters of nearby Leutasch and fresh game is sourced from the forests around the hotel. Meat, dairy produce, fruit and vegetables are provided by farmers local to the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol. And members of the kitchen team are not averse to foraging for woodland mushrooms themselves.

4th Culinarium at the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol

The gift of relaxation

Enjoy world class cuisine Be transported into a world of gastronomic pleasure by award-winning and acclaimed top chefs.

Time to pamper your body and soothe your soul. A stay at our hotel is always a well received gift, whatever the occasion: a Christmas party, a birthday, or just to say thank you to someone you love. Our reservations team will be pleased to issue personalised vouchers for you, either as a cash voucher, or for a particular wellness or accommodation package. The vouchers are presented in an attractive wooden box.

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Our head chef Christoph Zangerl who holds three Gault-Millau “toques” invites other star chefs to conjure up exquisite dishes for guests once again this year as part of the InteralpenCulinarium. From 24– 27 October 2010 these stars of the kitchen will take our guests on a culinary journey full of creativity and sophistication, a feast for the senses that no gourmet should miss. The exclusive kitchen party on

26 October is particularly popular, when you can watch the masters at work, from such close quarters that you can peep into the saucepans, ask questions or just taste the fabulous food created. Participation in this special event is without supplement as part of your half board arrangement.

Quality through proximity Christoph Zangerl sets great store by personal contact with his producers and suppliers – one of the great advantages of buying locally. “I can chat with the farmers about the rearing and feeding of their livestock. That increases my trust in the quality of the produce.” Moreover, there are many farmers in the Tirol who farm organically, a standard held in great regard by the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol. This Fresh from the Leutasch: A trout for our head chef Christoph Zangerl

close relationship with the region’s providers is reflected in the menus of the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol’s restaurants. Seasonal dishes are always on the menu, with fresh ingredients that impart dishes with an unmistakable flavour of the Tirol. And regional produce not only tastes delicious, but is also beneficial for the environment. The organic and natural produce we order is produced with highest consideration for nature and short delivery journeys reduce our carbon footprint to a minimum. In addition the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol pays attention to the quality and orgin of products that cannot be sourced locally: imported foods such as rice, bananas, tea or coffee must all be fair trade.

Personal tips from the head chef It is no surprise that Christoph Zangerl insists upon the best quality for his ingredients; after all, the Gault Millau guide has awarded him three toques and a heady 17 points. If you want to experience the exquisite cooking of our head chef for yourself, you need only come and try our half board. Under Zangerl’s direction the kitchen team produces a magnificent 6-course à la carte menu every evening. You can savour the master in action at our Chef’s Table restaurant, where Zangerl will cook for you in person and share some of the gourmet secrets of his success.

Saddle of local venison with muscat squash and forest mushrooms Saddle of venison (recipe for 4 people): · 400 g fillets of venison, boned and trimmed · fleur de sel · juniper · rosemary from the garden · freshly milled black pepper · walnut oil for browning Season the venison fillets with salt and pepper, brown over a low heat, set on a trivet, sprinkle with crushed juniper berries and rosemary. Cook at 100 °C (54 °C core temperature). Allow to rest, and then glaze with fresh foaming butter, fleur de sel, juniper and rosemary. Forest mushrooms: · 150 g mixed mushrooms (if possible porcini, chanterelle and shimeji) · 2 shallots finely sliced · 20 g chopped chervil, parsley and thyme, fleur de sel · grated zest of a lemon · pepper · butter oil Clean and finely slice the mushrooms, sauté in butter oil. Add the chopped shallots, herbs and seasoning. Pumpkin French toast: · 2 slices of toasting bread · 200 g muscat squash · 30 g butter · 50 ml orange juice · zest of an orange · star anise · 30 g pumpkin seeds · 1 dsp honey · 30 g mascarpone Cut the pumpkin into wedges, gently roast at 200 °C in a closed pan with the butter, salt, orange juice, zest and star anise. Remove the pumpkin flesh, combine with honey, mascarpone and chopped pumpkin seeds and spread between the 2 pieces of bread. Dip in flour, egg and walnut crumbs and fry in butter oil over a moderate heat. · 1 whole egg · 50 g flour · 20 g walnuts · 30 g breadcrumbs · butter oil

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Winter sports

Ski World Championships package Activity package

07 – 20 February 2011

Book your ticket to the World Championships Experience the World Alpine Ski Championships 2011 live in GarmischPartenkirchen. Share the excitement, as the best skiers in the world compete for gold medals in downhill, slalom and combined disciplines. You can be right in the thick of the competition and cheer on your favourite.

Winter sports at the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol

Always peak season Discover the many winter sports available in the Tirol’s magnificent mountain scenery.

09 January – 05 February 2011

Cross-country skiing break Breathtaking landscapes and excellently prepared trails make the Seefeld Olympia region one of the most popular crosscountry skiing areas in the world.

*Cross-country ski pass for

the Seefeld Olympia region

*World championship tickets for

downhill and slalom disciplines, men’s and women’s event (subject to availability)

*Shuttle service to Garmisch-Partenkirchen

*Packed lunch

*On your return, a warming glass of glühwein

Per day € 173 (as a supplement to your room rate) Offer valid from 07 – 20 February 2011. Subject to change.

Snow-covered slopes, magnificent pistes and cross-country ski trails, exhilarating toboggan runs – winter fun is guaranteed on a holiday at the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol. The unique Alpine landscapes of Seefeld’s high plateau accommodate a 260 km long network of scenic cross-country ski trails, while downhill skiers can choose their favourite ski area from a choice of several close by. The terrain is also perfect for ski tours and snow-shoe rambles on trails starting right at our front door.

Equipment can also be hired from the hotel ski shop.

*1 fango mud pack (25 minutes) *1 full body massage (50 minutes) *Accommodation in an apartment type 2 (68 m2)

To relax after a day of sport on the slopes or if you prefer to admire the views of this winter idyll from the windows of our luxurious Spa, then all the facilities of a 5 star Superior hotel are at your disposal at the InteralpenHotel Tyrol. A highlight is our beautiful Panorama pool, where guests can swim out into the winter landscape and enjoy a view of the snowy peaks, snugly cosseted in the warm water.

*Including the InteralpenStandard package

3 night € 731 4 night € 918 7 night € 1,452 (Prices per person in a double room) Offer valid from 09 January – 05 February 2011. During the period 06 February – 20 March 2011 supplement of € 13 per person and day. Subject to change.

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Winter sports

Ski World Championships package Activity package

07 – 20 February 2011

Book your ticket to the World Championships Experience the World Alpine Ski Championships 2011 live in GarmischPartenkirchen. Share the excitement, as the best skiers in the world compete for gold medals in downhill, slalom and combined disciplines. You can be right in the thick of the competition and cheer on your favourite.

Winter sports at the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol

Always peak season Discover the many winter sports available in the Tirol’s magnificent mountain scenery.

09 January – 05 February 2011

Cross-country skiing break Breathtaking landscapes and excellently prepared trails make the Seefeld Olympia region one of the most popular crosscountry skiing areas in the world.

*Cross-country ski pass for

the Seefeld Olympia region

*World championship tickets for

downhill and slalom disciplines, men’s and women’s event (subject to availability)

*Shuttle service to Garmisch-Partenkirchen

*Packed lunch

*On your return, a warming glass of glühwein

Per day € 173 (as a supplement to your room rate) Offer valid from 07 – 20 February 2011. Subject to change.

Snow-covered slopes, magnificent pistes and cross-country ski trails, exhilarating toboggan runs – winter fun is guaranteed on a holiday at the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol. The unique Alpine landscapes of Seefeld’s high plateau accommodate a 260 km long network of scenic cross-country ski trails, while downhill skiers can choose their favourite ski area from a choice of several close by. The terrain is also perfect for ski tours and snow-shoe rambles on trails starting right at our front door.

Equipment can also be hired from the hotel ski shop.

*1 fango mud pack (25 minutes) *1 full body massage (50 minutes) *Accommodation in an apartment type 2 (68 m2)

To relax after a day of sport on the slopes or if you prefer to admire the views of this winter idyll from the windows of our luxurious Spa, then all the facilities of a 5 star Superior hotel are at your disposal at the InteralpenHotel Tyrol. A highlight is our beautiful Panorama pool, where guests can swim out into the winter landscape and enjoy a view of the snowy peaks, snugly cosseted in the warm water.

*Including the InteralpenStandard package

3 night € 731 4 night € 918 7 night € 1,452 (Prices per person in a double room) Offer valid from 09 January – 05 February 2011. During the period 06 February – 20 March 2011 supplement of € 13 per person and day. Subject to change.

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Christmas

The highlights

19 December 2010 – 06 January 2011

Christmas and New Year highlights You are cordially invited to join in our celebrations: 19.12. Concert by Jo Jasper 20.12. Golf taster sessions in our indoor golf facility or an excursion to the Christkindlmarkt in Innsbruck 21.12. Excursion to “Axamer Lizum” ski area

Advent package

22.12. Seasonal music by Heismusik 23.12. Classical and jazz concert by Classical Colours 24.12. A traditional Christmas Eve

Holidays before Christmas

01 – 19 December 2010

Cinnamon and candlelight Experience Advent in a very special ambience and enjoy a peaceful and contemplative break, with special rates for early week days.

*We offer a discount of € 15 per person off the room rate for Sunday to Wednesday nights inclusive.

*Can be combined with the 4 – 6 night offer or holiday deals and loyalty

bonus (excludes special packages)

* Includes the InteralpenStandard package

Offer valid from 01 – 19 December 2010. Subject to change.

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A magical time of year Relaxing days in the peace and seclusion of the Tirolean Alps. The aroma of glühwein, ginger biscuits and nutmeg will soon be filling our festively decorated hotel, which sparkles in the glow of two hundred Christmas trees. Amidst the scenic surroundings of the Tirolean Alps’ snowy slopes, the Interalpen-

Hotel Tyrol provides the perfect atmosphere to enjoy an Advent break. With romantic sleigh rides, a visit to Seefeld’s traditional Advent market and evenings by a crackling open fire, you can enjoy a relaxed build up to the Christmas festivities.

Christmas Mass at the Cistercian Abbey in Stams

Festive piano music in the bar

25.12. American Gospel Shelia Michellé & 4Real 26.12. Wilten Boys’ Choir 27.12. Mozart Serenade 28.12. Songs from the heart by Alfred McCrary 29.12. Magic show with mentalist Manuel Horeth 30.12. Gala fashion show by Percy Müller 31.12. Dancing with Smile Big Band

Jakos Clown Express for the children

Fireworks display

1.1.

Frühschoppen – morning drinks with a brass band

New Year’s Day ramble

3.1.

Lively musical evening with the Reblaus Trio

4.1.

Bourbon Street

5.1.

Over the Borders (Jazz)

6.1.

Russian Christmas

7.1.

Ski excursion to Hochzeiger Happy Voices

8.1.

Concert by Den and Ben


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Christmas

The highlights

19 December 2010 – 06 January 2011

Christmas and New Year highlights You are cordially invited to join in our celebrations: 19.12. Concert by Jo Jasper 20.12. Golf taster sessions in our indoor golf facility or an excursion to the Christkindlmarkt in Innsbruck 21.12. Excursion to “Axamer Lizum” ski area

Advent package

22.12. Seasonal music by Heismusik 23.12. Classical and jazz concert by Classical Colours 24.12. A traditional Christmas Eve

Holidays before Christmas

01 – 19 December 2010

Cinnamon and candlelight Experience Advent in a very special ambience and enjoy a peaceful and contemplative break, with special rates for early week days.

*We offer a discount of € 15 per person off the room rate for Sunday to Wednesday nights inclusive.

*Can be combined with the 4 – 6 night offer or holiday deals and loyalty

bonus (excludes special packages)

* Includes the InteralpenStandard package

Offer valid from 01 – 19 December 2010. Subject to change.

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A magical time of year Relaxing days in the peace and seclusion of the Tirolean Alps. The aroma of glühwein, ginger biscuits and nutmeg will soon be filling our festively decorated hotel, which sparkles in the glow of two hundred Christmas trees. Amidst the scenic surroundings of the Tirolean Alps’ snowy slopes, the Interalpen-

Hotel Tyrol provides the perfect atmosphere to enjoy an Advent break. With romantic sleigh rides, a visit to Seefeld’s traditional Advent market and evenings by a crackling open fire, you can enjoy a relaxed build up to the Christmas festivities.

Christmas Mass at the Cistercian Abbey in Stams

Festive piano music in the bar

25.12. American Gospel Shelia Michellé & 4Real 26.12. Wilten Boys’ Choir 27.12. Mozart Serenade 28.12. Songs from the heart by Alfred McCrary 29.12. Magic show with mentalist Manuel Horeth 30.12. Gala fashion show by Percy Müller 31.12. Dancing with Smile Big Band

Jakos Clown Express for the children

Fireworks display

1.1.

Frühschoppen – morning drinks with a brass band

New Year’s Day ramble

3.1.

Lively musical evening with the Reblaus Trio

4.1.

Bourbon Street

5.1.

Over the Borders (Jazz)

6.1.

Russian Christmas

7.1.

Ski excursion to Hochzeiger Happy Voices

8.1.

Concert by Den and Ben


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Interalpen-Standard

Apartment type 1 in Lodge style

The Interalpen-Standard

Luxury inclusive Our pool gets a facelift We are renovating our 50 metre long pool and creating new relaxation areas for you. This means that the swimming pool will not be available from 19 April – 27 May 2011. The last five weeks are a “drying out” period, and there will be no building work to disturb your stay. The sauna, saltwater pool and relaxation room will be open as usual during the whole period.

Special Package

New hotel rates from 9 January 2011

5-star Superior

5 stars, but more so The Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol is the first 5-star hotel in the Tirol to be awarded the category “superior”. Those who know the InteralpenHotel Tyrol, its exemplary service and the many benefits of the InteralpenStandard package already appreciate that we are a very special 5-star hotel. For 25 years the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol has been setting the standard for hospitality in the Tirol and now the hotel can officially describe itself as “superior”. It is the first 5-star hotel in the Tirol and the second in Austria to earn the “superior” rating. The hotel’s philosophy “Everything, but more so”, has certainly played a part: the vast choice of leisure activities, the holistic wellness concept, our award-winning

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* 6-course à la carte

cuisine and luxurious, 5,000 m2 Spa are certainly greater than you would normally expect to find in a 5-star establishment.

Season 2010 / 2011

A Superior star t to the week * We offer a discount of € 15 per person off the room rate for Sunday to Wednesday nights inclusive.

We are extremely proud of this distinction, because we constantly strive to improve our accommodation and our service, to make your holiday perfect in every way.

* Can be combined with the 4 – 6 night offer or holiday deals and loyalty

bonus (excludes special packages)

* Includes the InteralpenStandard package

2011 rates unchanged However one thing remains unchanged and that is our room rates for 2011.

Offer valid from 01 – 19 December 2010, 21 April – 30 July 2011, from 21 August to 06 November 2011 and from 02 – 20 December 2011. Subject to change.

One season all year round We are introducing price zones, to replace our fixed season dates. So you can find favourable package rates even in high summer. We aim to make not only your holiday but also your holiday planning as enjoyable as possible. So from 9 January 2011 we will not longer have winter and summer seasons. You will be able to choose whatever date suits you to come and enjoy some rest and relaxation. Various price zones will be available all year round, offering many ways to book a favourable room rate. And the early part of the week will be even better value at certain times. The individual price zones have been categorised with 5 letters and the new price list will be available at the end of the year.

dinner menu

* Children stay free

Children aged 6 and under stay free of charge in their

* Free use of the Interalpen-Spa * Daily activity and

leisure programme

parents’ room (excluding suites), including half board.

* Child care

Childcare is important to us

Use of our fitness room, state

and should be fun for kids

of-the-art gym equipment

and worry-free for parents.

and participation in our daily

So it’s free of charge at our

sports programme.

hotel for children aged 3 upwards.

* Indoor and outdoor tennis courts

* Baby phone

* Interalpen-Shuttle service

* Internet connection

An Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol

No charge for high speed

courtesy car will collect you

internet connection in all

from Innsbruck airport or

bedrooms and Wi-Fi hotspot

Seefeld, Telfs, Innsbruck and

in the hotel lobby.

Mittenwald (Germany) railway stations.

* Gala dinner every Sunday evening

* Garage parking

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Interalpen-Standard

Apartment type 1 in Lodge style

The Interalpen-Standard

Luxury inclusive Our pool gets a facelift We are renovating our 50 metre long pool and creating new relaxation areas for you. This means that the swimming pool will not be available from 19 April – 27 May 2011. The last five weeks are a “drying out” period, and there will be no building work to disturb your stay. The sauna, saltwater pool and relaxation room will be open as usual during the whole period.

Special Package

New hotel rates from 9 January 2011

5-star Superior

5 stars, but more so The Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol is the first 5-star hotel in the Tirol to be awarded the category “superior”. Those who know the InteralpenHotel Tyrol, its exemplary service and the many benefits of the InteralpenStandard package already appreciate that we are a very special 5-star hotel. For 25 years the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol has been setting the standard for hospitality in the Tirol and now the hotel can officially describe itself as “superior”. It is the first 5-star hotel in the Tirol and the second in Austria to earn the “superior” rating. The hotel’s philosophy “Everything, but more so”, has certainly played a part: the vast choice of leisure activities, the holistic wellness concept, our award-winning

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* 6-course à la carte

cuisine and luxurious, 5,000 m2 Spa are certainly greater than you would normally expect to find in a 5-star establishment.

Season 2010 / 2011

A Superior star t to the week * We offer a discount of € 15 per person off the room rate for Sunday to Wednesday nights inclusive.

We are extremely proud of this distinction, because we constantly strive to improve our accommodation and our service, to make your holiday perfect in every way.

* Can be combined with the 4 – 6 night offer or holiday deals and loyalty

bonus (excludes special packages)

* Includes the InteralpenStandard package

2011 rates unchanged However one thing remains unchanged and that is our room rates for 2011.

Offer valid from 01 – 19 December 2010, 21 April – 30 July 2011, from 21 August to 06 November 2011 and from 02 – 20 December 2011. Subject to change.

One season all year round We are introducing price zones, to replace our fixed season dates. So you can find favourable package rates even in high summer. We aim to make not only your holiday but also your holiday planning as enjoyable as possible. So from 9 January 2011 we will not longer have winter and summer seasons. You will be able to choose whatever date suits you to come and enjoy some rest and relaxation. Various price zones will be available all year round, offering many ways to book a favourable room rate. And the early part of the week will be even better value at certain times. The individual price zones have been categorised with 5 letters and the new price list will be available at the end of the year.

dinner menu

* Children stay free

Children aged 6 and under stay free of charge in their

* Free use of the Interalpen-Spa * Daily activity and

leisure programme

parents’ room (excluding suites), including half board.

* Child care

Childcare is important to us

Use of our fitness room, state

and should be fun for kids

of-the-art gym equipment

and worry-free for parents.

and participation in our daily

So it’s free of charge at our

sports programme.

hotel for children aged 3 upwards.

* Indoor and outdoor tennis courts

* Baby phone

* Interalpen-Shuttle service

* Internet connection

An Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol

No charge for high speed

courtesy car will collect you

internet connection in all

from Innsbruck airport or

bedrooms and Wi-Fi hotspot

Seefeld, Telfs, Innsbruck and

in the hotel lobby.

Mittenwald (Germany) railway stations.

* Gala dinner every Sunday evening

* Garage parking

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Interalpen-Calendar 2010 / 2011

October

Alpine Ski World Championships

The Alpine Ski World Championships are being held in GarmischPartenkirchen, just a few kilometres from the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol. Enjoy your skiing holiday with us and take a day trip to experience this exhilarating competition for yourself.

Great prospects for 2010/2011 Don’t miss these highlights from our events and entertainment programme.

07. – 20.02.2011

March 01. – 19.12.2010

03. – 09.03.2011

Advent

Carnival programme

Come and savour an idyllic Advent holiday far from preChristmas hustle and bustle, with musical highlights in a magical atmosphere. We offer especially favourable rates as part of our special offer.

January

Join in the fun and games of Fasching parties with your kids. Or escape from all the excitement in the soothing atmosphere of our Spa.

April 21. – 26.04.2011

Easter programme

Enjoy a spring break with plenty to keep you amused: a musical evening in Café Wien, a trip to the Cistercian Abbey in Stams, or a traditional Easter egg hunt with the children.

02. – 17.10.2010

Health weeks

08. – 10.10.2010

Train like a tennis pro

Game, set and match play! Exclusive training and tournament weekend with former world class doubles player Udo Riglewski. 24. – 27.10.2010

4th Interalpen-Culinarium

The Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol’s head chef Christoph Zangerl (3 toques, 17 Gault-Millau points) and renowned guest chefs serve up exquisite menus.

November

Musical Mountain Christmas Enjoy the magical atmosphere and delightful sounds of a mountain Christmas festival. Entertainment includes an Advent market, torchlit walks with a brass band, traditional nativity scenes and musical treats from the Rieder Alpine Hornblowers, Wildshönau Gospel Choir, the acclaimed Wilten Boys’ Choir and a concert by folk group, the Kastelruther Spatzen. 14. – 16.01.2011

8th Nordic Combined World Cup Thousands of spectators will follow the World Cup weekend live once again this year in Seefeld. The world’s best athletes will ensure action on the ski jump and cross

20.03. – 20.04.2011

Hotel closed for renovations

28. – 30.01.2011

Cross-country skiing with Petra Behle

Guests can perfect their technique with former world biathlon champion Petra Behle on the perfectly primed crosscountry ski tracks of the Seefeld Olympia Region. There is no supplement for this weekend programme.

The first arrival date after our spring closure is 21 April 2011.

08. – 30.11.2010

The first possible arrival date after our closed period is 1 December 2010.

29.01.2011

Seefeld Snow Festival Visitors to Seefeld’s Snow Festival can expect musical entertainment,

21.04 – 27.05.2011

Swimming pool closed

Special conditions apply during this period.

culinary treats and an exciting children’s programme. The main attraction is a display of figures carved from snow and ice and the

28. – 30.01.2011

Health weekend

Dr Styers and Dr Roesener offer an introduction into chiropractic methods which free your body from mental and physical stress.

February

Save the Date May 2011

4 tournaments of the Interalpen-Golf Challenge 06. – 09.07.2011

9th Interalpen-Cabriolet Rally 13. – 16.07.2011

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11. – 13.12.2010

country trail – an elite sporting event.

Our Spa therapists and trainers will be running a whole host of interactive seminars on the theme of healthy living. You could find out about Thai yoga, or discover the special powers of our “Grander” water.

Hotel closed

Highlights of the region

Photos: Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol; OK GAP2011/York Dertinger (pg. 8, pg. 14); Tirol Werbung (pg. 4, pg. 9, pg. 10, pg. 13); Olympiaregion Seefeld (pg. 15)

December

All kinds of events feature on the Interalpen-Calendar

9th Interalpen-Golf Trophy 01. – 04.09.2011

3rd Interalpen-Classic Car Days

fun ends with a grand fireworks display at 11.00 pm.

We are here to help you!

Our reservations team will be delighted to put together an individual offer for you:

Telephone +43 (0) 50809-31281 All hotel rates, offers and events can be found on our website:

www.interalpen.com Booking Information

We ask for your understanding that packages cannot be changed or combined. Dates of validity are shown individually for each package. If you extend your stay the list rate per night will be charged. Supplement for south facing rooms is € 20 per person and night. Supplement for Lodge rooms is € 20 per person and night. Single use of a double room € 60 per night. Subject to change.

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Interalpen-Calendar 2010 / 2011

October

Alpine Ski World Championships

The Alpine Ski World Championships are being held in GarmischPartenkirchen, just a few kilometres from the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol. Enjoy your skiing holiday with us and take a day trip to experience this exhilarating competition for yourself.

Great prospects for 2010/2011 Don’t miss these highlights from our events and entertainment programme.

07. – 20.02.2011

March 01. – 19.12.2010

03. – 09.03.2011

Advent

Carnival programme

Come and savour an idyllic Advent holiday far from preChristmas hustle and bustle, with musical highlights in a magical atmosphere. We offer especially favourable rates as part of our special offer.

January

Join in the fun and games of Fasching parties with your kids. Or escape from all the excitement in the soothing atmosphere of our Spa.

April 21. – 26.04.2011

Easter programme

Enjoy a spring break with plenty to keep you amused: a musical evening in Café Wien, a trip to the Cistercian Abbey in Stams, or a traditional Easter egg hunt with the children.

02. – 17.10.2010

Health weeks

08. – 10.10.2010

Train like a tennis pro

Game, set and match play! Exclusive training and tournament weekend with former world class doubles player Udo Riglewski. 24. – 27.10.2010

4th Interalpen-Culinarium

The Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol’s head chef Christoph Zangerl (3 toques, 17 Gault-Millau points) and renowned guest chefs serve up exquisite menus.

November

Musical Mountain Christmas Enjoy the magical atmosphere and delightful sounds of a mountain Christmas festival. Entertainment includes an Advent market, torchlit walks with a brass band, traditional nativity scenes and musical treats from the Rieder Alpine Hornblowers, Wildshönau Gospel Choir, the acclaimed Wilten Boys’ Choir and a concert by folk group, the Kastelruther Spatzen. 14. – 16.01.2011

8th Nordic Combined World Cup Thousands of spectators will follow the World Cup weekend live once again this year in Seefeld. The world’s best athletes will ensure action on the ski jump and cross

20.03. – 20.04.2011

Hotel closed for renovations

28. – 30.01.2011

Cross-country skiing with Petra Behle

Guests can perfect their technique with former world biathlon champion Petra Behle on the perfectly primed crosscountry ski tracks of the Seefeld Olympia Region. There is no supplement for this weekend programme.

The first arrival date after our spring closure is 21 April 2011.

08. – 30.11.2010

The first possible arrival date after our closed period is 1 December 2010.

29.01.2011

Seefeld Snow Festival Visitors to Seefeld’s Snow Festival can expect musical entertainment,

21.04 – 27.05.2011

Swimming pool closed

Special conditions apply during this period.

culinary treats and an exciting children’s programme. The main attraction is a display of figures carved from snow and ice and the

28. – 30.01.2011

Health weekend

Dr Styers and Dr Roesener offer an introduction into chiropractic methods which free your body from mental and physical stress.

February

Save the Date May 2011

4 tournaments of the Interalpen-Golf Challenge 06. – 09.07.2011

9th Interalpen-Cabriolet Rally 13. – 16.07.2011

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11. – 13.12.2010

country trail – an elite sporting event.

Our Spa therapists and trainers will be running a whole host of interactive seminars on the theme of healthy living. You could find out about Thai yoga, or discover the special powers of our “Grander” water.

Hotel closed

Highlights of the region

Photos: Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol; OK GAP2011/York Dertinger (pg. 8, pg. 14); Tirol Werbung (pg. 4, pg. 9, pg. 10, pg. 13); Olympiaregion Seefeld (pg. 15)

December

All kinds of events feature on the Interalpen-Calendar

9th Interalpen-Golf Trophy 01. – 04.09.2011

3rd Interalpen-Classic Car Days

fun ends with a grand fireworks display at 11.00 pm.

We are here to help you!

Our reservations team will be delighted to put together an individual offer for you:

Telephone +43 (0) 50809-31281 All hotel rates, offers and events can be found on our website:

www.interalpen.com Booking Information

We ask for your understanding that packages cannot be changed or combined. Dates of validity are shown individually for each package. If you extend your stay the list rate per night will be charged. Supplement for south facing rooms is € 20 per person and night. Supplement for Lodge rooms is € 20 per person and night. Single use of a double room € 60 per night. Subject to change.

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Dr.-Hans-Liebherr-Alpenstraße 1, A-6410 Telfs-Buchen/Seefeld Tel. + 43 (0) 50809-30, Fax + 43 (0) 50809-37190, reservation@interalpen.com www.interalpen.com

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