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
A sweet temptation on cold winter’s days
Once a dish for woodcutters, today it’s a slice of edible tradition

This month’s recipe comes from the traditional rustic cuisine of Tyrol in days gone by. Flour, sugar, and copious amounts of butter gave the woodcutters the strength they needed to do their work.

Admittedly, “Melchermuas” milk pudding isn’t something you’d eat every day. But we love introducing you to traditional old Tyrolean recipes and delighting you with a modern twist. Sometimes, the best way to discover history is through the stomach! So, here is the ZillertalMelchermuas recipe. Before we start: It’s best to use an iron frying pan and cook the recipe over a wood fire. But if you don’t have either of those, a non-stick frying pan and an electric hob will do the job, too! Melt approx. 200g of butter, add 250g of flour (wheat or spelt), and cook the mixture with 750ml of milk and a pinch of salt until it reaches the consistency of a thick Bechamel sauce. Careful – don’t let it burn! Melt a good amount of butter in a second pan and then pour in the flour and milk mixture as you would a pancake. Fry until crispy and brown on both sides, then sprinkle with powdered sugar or serve with a good dollop of cranberry jam. Simply delicious! You can try other Tyrolean delicacies in your accommodation in Zillertal, the Hotel Neue Post, where culinary delight is guaranteed!

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