The time has finally come!

From 28 of may to 1 of November, you can once again enjoy a carefree holiday in our Hotel Neue Post.

  • No deposit for all stays until 1 November.
  • No cancellation fees for cancellations up to 48 hours before arrival.
  • No worries thanks to the highest safety and hygiene standards in all hotel areas.

Get ready for an all-round relaxing break from everyday life.


NEW from december 2021:

THE HIGHLIGHT - all year ROOFTOP outdoor pool

- over the rooftops of Mayrhofen -

⇒ 7 luxurious pool suites und 23 brand new tyrolen style rooms and suites

⇒ Fitness studio on the first floor with a great view

⇒ Generous sun terrace

⇒ Seminar- and activity room

⇒ Gamingroom with modern play consoles

⇒ Child´s room

⇒ Brand new bar and lounge area

⇒ Big ski room on the parterre

New from summer 2022: Service of drinks at rooftop pool


Book at the best price

  • Welcome present in your room
  • 1 glass of Prosecco to welcome you
  • Indulgence thanks to the new ¾ pampering board
  • Wellness bag with bathrobe & slippers
  • Room category at the best price
  • SPA area free of charge on the day of departure
  • Delicious surprise as farewell
  • No deposit for online booking via our website
direct booking benefit
Wilhelm Pfister junior about the steepest slope in Austria
Black. Blacker. Harakiri

During a winter holiday in the Zillertal at our accommodation you can visit a new ski area every day, whether you choose to visit the Zillertal Arena or the local ski resort in Mayrhofen, offering a remarkable 136 slope kilometres. However, if you are looking for something unique, I recommend you to tackle the Harakiri slope. “Tackle” in the truest sense of the word, because this slope is extremely challenging and will require all of your courage as well as skill. It has a gradient of 78 percent! Many skiers and snowboarders cast one glance and chicken out. I recommend to try slope no. 12 first. If you can manage this slope, then you are ready for the Harakiri. Maybe you are wondering about the name. Harakiri stands for the ritual suicide of Japanese men, which was common among the Samurai until the 19th century; it was a ritual to restore their honour. The name aims to tease men out of their comfort zone and to dare them to try this descent. Believe me: If you have made it down this slope, you will feel a different man. Last but not least, remember: sharp ski edges are a must!

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