Useful Informationfor the 4*S Hotel in Gastein
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Check in on your day of arrival is 3pm – we ask you to check out by 11am. Late arrivals and early departures will incur a € 22 surcharge.
Wi-Fi is available for free in the hotel lobby. You can pay by EC-Card (cash card) or in cash; credit card payments will incur a fee of 3%.
Raiffeisenbank Bad Hofgastein, BIC: RVSAAT2S026, IBAN: AT36 3502 6000 0022 4477
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Due to the current situation around Covid19, we have changed our cancellation policy for you.
You can, of course, cancel your stay at the Impuls Hotel Tirol without any complications and free of charge up to 7 days before arrival.
If one of these reasons apply, you can also cancel free of charge:
- Travel warning for the Salzburger Land
- In the case of a border closure
- If you have to go to an officially ordered quarantine (submission of a notification)
You’ve booked and are looking forward to your holiday. But unfortunately, a lot can happen before your arrival and even during your holiday! We recommend arranging cancellation insurance to prevent any cancellation fees.
In the Austrian hotel industry, gastronomy, all stores and also with the mountain railways the 2 G rule is mandatory. Since 7 January, FFP2 masks are also mandatory outdoors if a distance of 2 m cannot be maintained.
Entry from Germany
As of 16 January 22, a new regulation applies for travelers returning from Austria to Germany. The travel warning is not a TRAVEL PROHIBITION.
Travelers entering Germany as well as travelers returning from a high-risk area must register in advance via www.einreisemeldung.de to upload their valid 3-G proof via this portal.
Vaccinated and recovered guests from Germany can continue to spend their vacations in Austria without having to enter quarantine upon return.
Children up to 12 years of age do not need a 2G certificate.
On return to Germany - according to the current status - children up to 12 years if the 2 G is not fulfilled but for 5 days in quarantine.
Adolescents over 12 years need a 2 G certificate and also fall under the FFP2 mask obligation.
Entry from the UK, Belgium, Netherlands and other high risk areas.
Additional entry regulations for Austria have been in effect since December 20 to contain the Omikron variant.
All entrants 12 years and older need a valid 2G proof (3 vaccinations) AND additionally a PCR test (not older than 72 hours) to enter Austria.