At the dog-friendly Hotel Riederhof, everything revolves around our four-legged guests – and their two-legged pets, of course. And the most important consideration is the health of body, mind and soul.
Relax, leave your everyday concerns behind you, and even let yourself unwind. This is entirely possible in sleepy little Ried im Inntal.
Ried im Oberinntal is no touristy resort, but a locality with spirit and tradition: Siegmundsried Castle, the Badesee for ice-skating, alpine curling and hockey, over 200-year-old buildings with murals, the fourth-best water in all of Tyrol, mountain railway to Fendels, fitness studio, shops and much, much more… Your comfort and convenience are our highest priorities, and the hotel's central location in the Tyrolean Oberland offers perfect access to ski and snowboard slopes (Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis), winter hikes and snowshoe excursions (Kaunergrat Nature Park), cross-country skiing, alpine curling (the lake in Ried) and everything else you need for winter fun!
The ski resort of Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is just ten minutes away from the hotel in Ried im Oberinntal with a free shuttle service (two buses run concurrently to the Serfaus forest railway and Fiss valley station).
Take a trip to Innsbruck (45 min.) and visit the romantic Christmas market at the Golden Roof or check out the Tyrolean regional theatre. It's also just a hop, skip and a jump to Italy , so perhaps you would enjoy a day trip to Meran (90 min.) , or you could even travel to the Samnaun duty-free zone (30 Min.)?
No matter where you'd like to go, the Riederhof team will be glad to help and provide any necessary information via telephone on 0043 05472 6214, via e-mail at email@example.com or in person!
Ideal for all types of winter sports!
You will find undisturbed nature and a pure winter paradise around the Riederhof, just begging you to relax and recuperate! Indulge yourself with a well-earned holiday and let us pamper you!
We at Hotel Riederhof offer the perfect programme for your winter holiday in Ried im Oberinntal!
Exploring the natural landscape together, sometimes running on ahead and then back to the pack once more – for hours! Wow, that's a real dog's holiday!