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The former “Adamhof” has been the home of the Neuner family here in Mösern for 4 generations now.
The Inntalerhof is our parents’ house. I gained practical and international hotel management experience by working abroad and the hotel has been under my leadership, together with the support of my family of course, since 1996.
What makes this place so unique for us is the feeling of security, the natural environment, the view over the Inntal – a one-off experience – and the range of leisure and sport activities on the doorstep.
We like above all the direct contact with people and our heart beats for our family run hotel, now in the 3rd generation.
Our guiding vision is to offer all guests and friends of our hotel, which incidentally is ideally located close to the “Friedensglocke” (Peace Bell), an unforgettable holiday combination of leisure, activity and relaxation in the Inntalerhof. Together with our team, we stand for Tyrolean hospitality from the bottom of our hearts.
Every day is a new day, we live our philosophy & look forward to welcoming our arriving guests with a big smile and waving off our departing guests with the words “see you soon”.
To be honest, I can’t really answer this question as I was abroad at the time and unfortunately my parents are not alive any more. I remember exactly the Winter Olympic Games in 1996 though. We hosted the Ski Team from East Germany and even though I was only a child, I will never forget the goings-on and security measures in place in our hotel for this important team.
We look forward to making new friends in the Inntalerhof, to taking care of the athletes & teams, to making them feel comfortable and special, to creating a very special atmosphere so that they will be fit and well-prepared for the competition. We want to make sure that our guests feel supported in every way, that their wishes are met and that they enjoy individual, flexible treatment. Even now, it makes us happy and proud that we can get to share our team’s success and, hopefully, lots of team medals.
I really hope that my family and I can experience some of the important parts of the competition with our teams, even if we won’t have that much time in the middle of things.