Lightyears away from the Burden of Everyday Life.
The Kaysers Nature Hotel in Tyrol is a hidden paradise in the countryside. A silent luxury. A very private hideaway, far away from the world's noise. With everything you wish for a sustainable, recreative time-out from the daily routine: 18.000 m² nature park, tennis centre, tennis courts, indoor swimming pool… and everything more for unforgettably wonderful wellness, tennis or golf holidays in Tyrol.
A narrow street ascends from the last village junction to the hill and between dense woods and steeply towering hillsides grants time and again far-reaching views to impressive mountain massifs in majestic light. The colours become more luscious, larches flash up in picturesque landscapes. The light becomes brighter, the sky tautens into deep-blue silk. Anticipation turns into certainty: You have arrived in a little paradise.
Way out in the middle of nowhere Kaysers Tirolresort nestles up against the impressive Mieminger mountain range, southward it grants a view of the vastly open valley landscapes. You go through the big gate and leave behind the daily routine, rapidity and all the noises for good. The last steps lead you past a parkway, flower and bush beds, on the right side tennis courts flash up in the sun, you hear the "Waldschwimmbad" soft splish-splash coming from the left. A hideaway, finally found...
Kaysers Tirolresort is a hidden and homey situated hideaway, in a sense a shelter — not necessarily in a local sense but more in the sense of personal perception. In any case an insider tip, cosy, very personal with the most privacy — a place where you can undisturbingly spend some wonderful days… in short: An imperial hiding place, far away from all hustle and bustle and the hectic rush of everyday life, that you would prefer to never leave again.
And by the time you sit on the terrace watching the sun go down, on your own, in pairs, but always with friends and hobnobbing with the nature beauties, the Hochplattig delicately glows on the horizon, and you never tire of the evanescent sunset light and in your heart you bid farewell to civilization — then it becomes certainty: One's luck still lies in the simpleness of things!