News from the hotel "Neue Post":

⇒ 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

Outdoor silence area for adults only

Conference - and activity room

Gamingroom with modern play consoles

Table tennis and air hockey

Children play room for the smallest guests

⇒ Brand new bar and loungearea

⇒ New ski room with private ski locks

Active programme with our active guide Antonia

⇒ New a la carte restaurant, the "POSTWIRT"

⇒ Service of drinks at the 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
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Water, water, all we want is water
The best way to quench your summer thirst

The best way to enjoy summer is by jumping into the pool. To help you keep a cool head even on the hottest days, here are some of the foods that contain the most water.

In Zillertal in Tyrol, summer is just as it should be: beautiful, deep blue skies and the sun beaming down its glorious warmth (apart from the odd rain shower, of course). To cool off, we recommend diving into the cool waters of the pool at our hotel in Tyrol and enjoying a deliciously refreshing drink on the terrace. But to give you other ways of feeling fresh all summer long, we’ve put together our top 3 summer foods just for you. You could say they’re water in edible form.

In first place, we have our undisputed winner the cucumber, which is 96% water and the perfect summer food. Whether you enjoy it in a cold soup or as part of a creamy smoothie, cucumbers are refreshing and hardly contain any calories. Strawberries and raspberries take second and third place in our summer rankings. These sweet, red fruits are perfect eaten as they are, but also taste simply divine as a homemade sorbet. All you need to do is purée the fruits, mix with a little lemon juice and water, and freeze in portions. They make a scrumptious iced treat on a hot summer’s day.

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