A unique summer holiday for all the family
Summer holidays at last! Children in particular really look forward to this, since they realise that their long yearned-for holiday is just around the corner. And so little ones don’t get too bored while they are on holiday with grown-ups, their accommodation has to provide a great mix of fun, relaxation, fun and games. All the family really are welcome here with us in the Gartenhotel Linde in Ried in Oberinntal. Experience a very special summer holiday here with us, with plenty of sports, action and fun for little ones too.
Summer, sun & water fun for all ages
The element of water has a key role to play in the summer months in particular, since it is not just children who love playing with water, parents too enjoy the refreshing cool waters after sunbathing. So everyone gets to experience variety-packed water fun in our basement area, in the family SPA, a water paradise spanning 110 m² complete with large indoor pool with massage bay, massage jets and counter-current facility are available. There is also a heated pool for infants, perfect for even the littlest water babies. Kids can splash about happily in the kid’s pool, while parents relax contentedly in the massage bay. Meanwhile outdoor swimming fun is assured in the outdoor heated pool, which can be used year-round.
Adventure, action & fun for children
As well as the water realm in the Hotel Linde the natural swimming lakes in the surrounding area tempt you to enjoy an action-packed summer day. The Tyrolean Oberland holiday region also provides a variety-packed family and leisure programme which means there is something new to experience each and every day:
- Summer Card/Kids Card (free from stays of 1 night and more), including lots of benefits to enjoy in the Tyrolean Oberland region
- Take the Bibi Express and enjoy the children‘s & adventure programmes
- Bibi‘s fairytale forest with themed & puzzle stations
- Leisure parks in the region
- Children’s play area in the Linde Garden
- Attractive discounts for children in the region
Find out more about the Kids Card and the Summer Card here.