Location & Directions to Ischgl
Arrive at the Hotel madlein▪ in Ischgl in Tyrol
The wellness and design hotel madlein▪ lies idyllically in the municipality of Ischgl in the West-Austrian province of Tyrol. In former times “Iscla”, as the inhabitants called Ischgl, was a purely alpine farming region, secluded from other areas. Things changed dramatically with the development of winter sports - mainly due to the fantastic location of Ischgl in the middle of the Silvretta Mountains. This impressive mountain landscape ticks all the right boxes for a fabulous holiday in the Alps, especially during the cold season.
Holidays in the Tyrolean Mountains: The Hotel madlein▪ in Ischgl Austria
Winter sports fans from around the world spend their skiing holidays in Ischgl every year, as Ischgl is an Austrian holiday epicentre with an exceptional international reputation. However, Ischgl is more than the perfect winter and skiing holiday destination for your winter skiing break.
The motto “Fit for fun” will guide you through your holiday at the wellness and design hotel madlein▪ in Ischgl: For mountain bikers, skiers, hiking and trekking fans, Ischgl offers endless possibilities. Followers of the latest trendy sports will also get more than their money is worth when holidaying in the Paznaun Valley in Tyrol, Austria.
The population of Ischgl is approximately 1,500, although the destination offers its guests more than 10-fold the number of hotel beds. The municipality of Ischgl lies at an altitude of 1,377 metres in the Paznaun Valley. The neighbouring municipalities of Ischgl are the extraordinary well-known skiing area of Galtür; the towns of Kappl, See, Sankt Anton am Arlberg, as well as Ramosch, Sent and Samnaun in Switzerland.
Winter holidays in the Paznaun Valley
A rather special singularity about Ischgl is the harmonic symbiosis of great family holidays, relaxed couple holiday breaks and single party trips. The road to fame for Ischgl leads from its status of a winter sport Mecca right through to its legendary parties and nightlife. Whether you want rustic après ski parties at one of the innumerable skiing chalets or dancing through the night in the famous clubs and bars of Ischgl - where the stars and starlets flock to party - it is entirely your choice.
Nevertheless, holidaymakers who are looking for a bit more peace and quiet have also come to the right place in Ischgl, in Austria’s beautiful province of Tyrol. With an extensive offering of exclusive restaurants, sophisticated SPA and wellness facilities and high profile entertainment, there is something for any taste. Church concerts and culture-focussed hiking paths round off the varied offering.
Travelling by car – Driving to your holidays in Tyrol
Here you find all the necessary information about travelling to your holidays in Ischgl by car, including the quickest and most simple routes. This way you will reach Hotel madlein▪ in the simplest way and arrive relaxed - a great start to your holiday in Tyrol’s Alps.
Coming from Germany
- On the Autobahn A7 or the A95 drive south and continue to Fernpass – on the Fernpass Bundestrasse (A-Road B179) via Imst on the A12 – continue through Landeck on the S16 to Pians – then take the junction for Paznaun / Ischgl – from where it is a further 20 km to Hotel madlein▪.
- On the A93, then A12 towards Innsbruck – drive on towards Bregenz, via Landeck continue on the S16 towards Pians – then take the junction towards Paznaun / Ischgl and after a further 20 km you will reach Hotel madlein▪
- On the A96 drive towards Lindau – continue on the A14 towards Innsbruck then Bregenz and Feldkirch until you reach Arlberg tunnel – after the tunnel continue on the S16 until you see the exit for Pians – 20 km from there until you reach Hotel madlein▪.
Coming from Italy
- Take the Autobahn A22 via the Brenner into Austria – continue on the A13 until Innsbruck then drive towards Bregenz on the A12. On the S16 drive until you see the exit towards Pians – take the exit and drive on a further 20 km to Ischgl.
- On the SS40 via the Reschenpass cross into Austria – on the B180 A road continue until Landeck – then follow the road until the exit for Pians – from there it is a further 20 km to Ischgl.
Coming from Switzerland
Take the A1 or A3 Autobahn towards Austria – follow the A14 towards Innsbruck – through the Arlberg tunnel – continue on the S16 until you see the exit to Pians – take the exit and from there it is a further 20 km to Ischgl.
Find out for yourself and get to know the unique charm of the Austrian holiday destination of Ischgl in Tyrol. Here you can send a no-obligation holiday enquiry to the wellness and design hotel madlein▪ and maybe bring back your own fabulous holiday memories from joyful days spent in Ischgl soon.