Since 1928, the Singer family has imbued this hotel with a family feel, greeting every guest by name and expertly looking after them. The property is an ideal starting point from which to explore the ski resorts and hiking trails around Zugspitze. Rejuvenate your tired muscles in the delightful spa offering an array of treatments — from Tyrolean herbs and mineral salts to Caudalie Vinothérapie® products — waterbeds, saltwater steam baths, a sauna and heated outdoor pool. Singer Hotel & Spa is just a few kilometres from one of “fairytale king” Ludwig II of Bavaria’s beautiful royal castles. It is a worthy attraction any time of the year.
The Hotel Singer embodies the perfect blend of tradition and hospitality. Located in a village perched at an altitude of 1,336 m in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, it is here that Christina and Florian Singer and their team passionately focus on their customers’ well-being. It’s like a big family. The harmonious blend of local woods, elegant fabrics and cosy decoration lends a special character to the hotel’s interior. The cuisine and wine are a big draw due to the diversity and quality of the products on offer. The heart of the hotel is home to the bright and airy Singer SPA, which spans three floors. The relaxing 10,000 m² Alpine garden is the perfect place to enjoy nature in a truly romantic way. The breathtaking views and stunning location of our property at the heart of an idyllic village in the Tyrol add to its unique character.
“Family” is a word that fittingly describes the Hotel Singer’s approach.
Employees and managers make a rule of greeting guests and each other by name – a sign of the personal care and attention that differentiates the hotel from competitors. Sustainability here has a local flavor: one that respects and draws on the alpine heritage, delivering its own brand of social sustainability – in turn securing economic prosperity. The hotel strives to be an excellent employer for local people, offering a comprehensive three-year training program. It currently has three young people in training: two within walking distance and one from nearby Innsbruck. Non-local staff are also fully integrated into the community. They live in a dedicated staff house – a complimentary “home from home”; time out is taken to celebrate birthdays and Christmas; and employees have access to a range of benefits, including use of the business facilities and spa, discounted ski passes, and family and friends rates.