Ischgl is derived from the Rhaeto-Romanic word “Yscla” and this means island.
Ischgl is situated in the west of Tyrol in the region Landeck. It is located at 1,377 metres above sea level. Ischgl is the main village in the Paznaun valley and is embedded between the mountain range of the Silvretta and Verwall group. Ischgl has almost 1,600 inhabitants and over 10,600 guest beds.
„Trofana“ is derived from the Rhaeto-Romanic and it means Trisanna. The river Trisanna flows through the Paznaun valley.
The Paznaun is 40 kilometres long. The V-shape valley ends on the „Bieler Höhe“, the border to the federal province Vorarlberg. It extends from 900 to 1,800 metres sea level. The “Fluchthorn” is the highest mountain of the Paznaun valley.
The Upper Paznaun, the area around Ischgl and Galtür, was settled by Rhaeto Romans in the 9th century from the Engadin in Switzerland. The area around Kappl and See, the lower Paznaun, was populated by Serfaus and Fiss. In 1275 the Paznaun valley was mentioned first as “Baschenowe” in a document and since 1400 it is called Paznaun. The tourism is the main income of the inhabitants.
If you are arrive from Germany you drive to the end of the A 7 motorway. Afterwards, you can drive over the Fernpass to Imst. From there, follow the signs to Landeck via the motorway A 12 to Landeck / Pians or alternatively via the B 171. At the end of Landeck, the B 188 leads you to Ischgl.
If you are arrive from Munich, follow the A 8 to Rosenheim, where you change to the A 93 and cross the border at Kiefersfelden. Then the motorway A 12 takes you to Landeck / Pians, where you come to Ischgl via the B 171.
Also an arrival by train is possible. In this case, you travel to Landeck. From Landeck you can reach the Hotel Trofana Royal either by public bus (50 minutes) or by taxi transfer in about 35 minutes.
Innsbruck Kranebitten is the nearest international airport. It is about 100 kilometres from the hotel. The airport can be reached in about 90 minutes by taxi transfer.
Munich: 193 km
Stuttgart: 323 km
Frankfurt am Main: 528 km
Cologne: 681 km
Berlin: 777 km
Hamburg: 912 km
Innsbruck: 105 km
Vienna: 577 km
Zurich: 230 km
If you spend your winter holiday with us in the Trofana Royal your car should be equipped with winter tyres for the journey to Ischgl, because from the 1st of November till the 15th of April a general winter tyre obligation applies in Austria. Since Ischgl is situated at an altitude of 1,400 m above sea level, it is also advisable to carry snow chains to be prepared for all eventualities.
The Silvretta Ski Arena has 238 km of perfectly groomed slopes, 45 modern lifts and cableways and 515 ha of slopes. So unlimited skiing fun is guaranteed. Boundless in Ischgl is not simply "missaid", because the Ischgl ski area is linked to the Swiss ski resort Samnaun.
The Ischgl ski area extends from 1,400 m to almost 2,900 m above sea level and has a pronounced snow guarantee due to its altitude alone. Furthermore, 1,100 snow machines ensure that winter guests can ski carefree from November to early May.
Highlight events such as the Woman’s Summer Festival and the legendary Ironbike pull in the visitors, but Ischgl is much more than this – mountain bikers, hikers and connoisseurs can experience a summer in the mountains here which could barely be any more variety-packed. Endless single trails in front of an unspoilt mountain backdrop, versatile hiking routes for every fitness level and culinary highlights on the mountain and in the valley are waiting to be discovered.
The Silvretta- and Fimba cable car is also open in summer and takes you from the valley to over 2,300 meters.
With the Silvretta Card you can enjoy almost unlimited advantages in Paznaun - and the card is free! When you stay overnight in Paznaun you get the Silvretta Card which has the most attractive leisure offers in the region!
With the Silvretta Card all inclusive you can visit the Alpinarium in Galtür and the cable car museum in Ischgl (open on Wednesdays only) free of charge in summer.
Yes. Countless shops, boutiques and shops await you in Ischgl. No matter if noble jewelry, noble watches, delicate fragrances or current sporting fashion, everything can be found in Ischgl. Supermarkets and gourmet shops round off the extensive shopping offer.
The Tyrolean ski resort has developed into a gourmet destination in recent years. Ischgl has the highest density of gourmet restaurants in Austria - two of them are located in the Hotel Trofana Royal*****Superior. The à-la-carte restaurants "Paznaunerstube" (only open in winter) and "Heimatbühne" (also open in summer) are a must for gourmets and connoisseurs.
Ischgl is not only known for its extraordinary skiing area, but also for its nightlife. Countless pubs, après-ski huts and clubs lure with good sound and great atmosphere. From the classy night club to the rustic alpine pasture, Ischgl offers a wide range of nightlife.
No. We ask for your understanding that we do not accept any pets.
The Paznaun valley is characterized by the climate of a central alpine high valley. This means that the climate is rather rough due to the altitude, but gets many hours of sunshine and thanks to the location is well protected from the heavy rainfall of the reservoirs. The current weather report for Ischgl and live webcams can be found here.
The Trofana Royal has its own parking garage. From the garage, two panoramic lifts take you directly to the reception or to the floor of your room.
If you really need medical help, a general practitioner with a medicine cabinet and sports surgery are available in Ischgl. There is also a dentist in town.