In Grand Hotel Europa you can still sense the solemnity typical of ancient historical places. Entering the hotel you feel that you can still hear the music that accompanied grand balls and banquets in the late 19th century. At the same time you will find all the comfort that we cannot do without these days, even when we are in an oasis of peace surrounded by mountains. The hotel offers exclusive public areas to celebrate like real kings. There are 4 splendid and generously sized stylish reception rooms, like the Baroque Hall, created in 1883 by the court architect of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Its 170 square metres of cultural heritage look the same today as they did when it was built. This enchanting room with chandeliers, hangings, wood panelling and ceilings nearly 8 metres high has spectacular windows looking over the Tyrolean Alps. Along with the nearby Wedding Room and the Europa Salon - a beautiful foyer in Biedermeier style - it is the jewel in the crown of Grand Hotel Europa. For years the Grand Hotel Europa has been the top place to stay for events like the annual Bergisel ski jump competition, the Air & Style Contest, the 2012 Youth Olympic Games and the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics.