Hilton Innsbruck

Innsbruck Hotel
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ChainHilton Worldwide
BrandHilton Hotels
Total Meeting Space500 sq. m
Guest Rooms176
Salurner Strasse 15
Innsbruck 6020

Hilton Innsbruck

Innsbruck Hotel
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Forbes Travel Guide


2011 ISO 9001 Certification for Quality Management Systems 2011 ISO 14001 Certification for Enviromental Managment Systems Tripadvisor Certificate for Service Excellence.


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Mountain)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Casino
  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Pet Friendly
  • Rental Car Service
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Business Services

  • AV Capabilities
  • Video Conference

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Skiing

Venue Accessible By

  • Airport Shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance Floor

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space500 sq. m
Meeting Rooms8
Largest Room329 sq. m
Second Largest Room229 sq. m
Exhibit Space100 sq. m
Meeting Rooms
Room Size
Ceiling Height
Room Dimensions
Maximum Capacity
Banquet Rounds
Cocktail Rounds
Ballroom (Kufstein, Innsbruck, Seefeld)
329sq. m3 m15 mx 23 m350-280350300160-
30sq. m3 m6 mx 5 m2010-20201014
140sq. m3 m12 mx 12 m100241502001006030
79sq. m3 m11 mx 7 m60244070804025
97sq. m3 m15 mx 7 m8032481001005035
22sq. m3 m5 mx 4 m156-151588
189sq. m3 m12 mx 16 m8025801201006040
229sq. m3 m15 mx 16 m904585130909050
19sq. m3 m5 mx 4 m126-101268
104sq. m3 m11 mx 9 m802540-7045-

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms176
Doubles (2 Beds)127



Local Attractions

Old town

Historical Landmark
5 minutes away
In the heart of Tirol, only two hours away from Salzburg and Munich, Innsbruck’s Old Town is a small area of sturdy medieval houses, many painted in lively pastel colors and supported by sloping buttresses. As you stroll along the main street of the Old Town Innsbruck, you’ll feel as if you had taken a trip back in time to an era of knights and medieval merchants. Stop by the Folk Art Museum, the Imperial Palace, and the Imperial Chapel, all of which give great insight into Innsbruck’s past. Busy street cafes afford great views of Innsbruck’s landmark, the Golden Roof, and its 2,738 gold-plated copper tiles. Constructed for Emperor Maximilian I. in the early 15th century, it served as a royal box where he could sit in luxury and enjoy tournaments in the square below. Today, Maximilian would see a busy shopping street with many exquisite boutiques, crafts-shops and restaurants.

Alpine Zoo

2 km away
Weiherburggasse 37
6020, AT Innsbruck

Bergisel Ski Jump Stadium

Historical Landmark
8 minutes away
The Bergisel Ski Jump is characterised by a breathtaking view of Innsbruck, the charm of a ski jumping venue with an Olympic past and modern architecture. The tower, designed by star architect Zaha Hadid, the "Bergisel Sky" panorama restaurant and the panorama terrace are easily accessible with two elevators.
Bergiselweg 3
Innsbruck, AT 6020

Museum of Tyrolean Folk Art

1 km away
Universitatstrasse 2
Innsbruck, AT 6020

Congress Innsbruck

Convention Center
1 km away
This acclaimed meeting facility has been honored with some of the most prestigious awards and recognitions in the travel and meetings industries. In 2001, it was rated the World's Best Convention Center in Melbourne. The Innsbruck Congress was rated the World's Best Convention Center in 2001. The town's modern congress center, Innsbruck Congress, is literally on the banks of the Inn and within easy walking distance from the charming Old Town. Built in 1973 and fully refurbished in 1995, the center has 12 rooms ranging from 45 to 2,300 square meters in area and three plenary halls. The spectacular Dogana Hall, on the site of a 16th-century, library-turned-customs-hall, seats 835 persons banquet-style between the original arcaded walls--a rare combination of medieval architecture and fully modern technology and facilities. Set in Austria's Tirol Province, amid breathtaking mountain scenery, Innsbruck is a town that can work beautifully for both meetings and incentives. Sited on the banks of the River Inn (Innsbruck means "Inn's bridge") and surrounded by the Tirolean Alps, the town blends sport and recreational opportunities, historic venues, exciting cultural events, and a variety of lodging options. With its 800-year history (Innsbruck was the royal seat of the Habsburgs, beginning in 1494 with Emperor Maximilian), the town offers visitors medieval castles, baroque cathedrals, a Gothic marketplace, and museums to help them pull it all together. What’s more, Innsbruck is readily accessible by air, railroad and car.
Rennweg 3
Innsbruck, AT 6020

Goldenes Dachl

Historical Landmark
1 km away
Herzog Friedrich Strasse 15
Innsbruck, AT 6020

Getting Here

railway station: 5 minutes by feet airport: 10-15 minutes by car/taxi


  • Paid Parking
  • Bus Parking


Set in the heart of the Olympic city against the Tyrolean Alps, the Hilton Innsbruck hotel is 5 minutes' walk from the award-winning Innsbruck Congress Hall. With event facilities for up to 350 participants, the hotel lies direct in the city centre and is easy accessible by air, rail and public transport. Visit the elegant bar of “Casino Innsbruck” , or spend a nice evening at the restaurant “Konrads”. Try cocktails & exclusive drinks at the bar. Collective recreation at the relaxing area, steam bath, or try out the fitness equipment. All 176 rooms on 14 floors have wireless internet access, and complimentary coffee & tea facilities.


High Season
Jan 1 – Mar 31
Oct 1 – Nov 30
Shoulder Season
Low Season
Dec 1 – Dec 31
Apr 1 – Sep 30