Information about your holiday in the heart of Ischgl


Our free parking spaces, which make your arrival very comfortable, are located in front and back of the house. You can also rent a garage space for your car. Our large ski room with heated boot dryer, ski- and snowboard stands can naturally be used for free.

Our beautiful village isn’t large, but we can certainly say the following – staying at Hotel Stefanie means living in the heart of Ischgl. Raiffeisen branch bank, Sparkasse branch bank, Spar supermarket, post office, tourism office and the new bakery are just a few metres from the hotel. There are also many sports stores, where you can rent winter sport equipment, in close proximity. The bus terminal is only a few metres away. Comfortably reach the mountain railways Fimbabahn and Pardatschgratbahn after only a few steps on the flat conveyor through the village tunnel.

Silvretta Arena is ONE of the largest ski regions in the Alps and one of the most snow-reliable at the same time. The choice of slopes is yours on 238 km. Furthermore, Silvretta Arena is one of the few ski regions in the world crossing a border (between Austria and Switzerland via the toll-free Samnaun zone). It comes as no surprise that you’ll also find great huts with good service for a rest stop and highly modern lift facilities. If you’d like to get to know the unique ski region from a different angle, you can book your very own ski course with landlord Herbert (certified ski instructor & ski guide) and refine your technique.

Two times a week, you can admire the beautiful mountain scenery at night and "nozzle" with the sledge on the lighted path to the valley.


Three times a year Ischgl is all about music. World-renowned performers enter the stage during the Top of Mountain Concerts for ski season opening, Easter weekend, and the season finale. Furthermore, Ischgl is home of tons of sportive events.

If you still have some energy reserves, Ischgl’s leisure centre is right next to Hotel Stefanie. Here you find the adventure pool with public sauna facilities, conference rooms and bowling alley.

Ischgl also has a lot to offer in the evenings. Whether you’re a “connoisseur” and like to enjoy upscale cuisine or you feel like traditional Tyrolean fare, there’s the perfect place for everyone. Round off your evening at a lounge or at one of the numerous bars.