An important announcement – Bookings for December’2014 will open on 3rd September at 9.30 AM instead of 1st September. For a hassle free booking experience or any membership related query, please click here. Thank you.
  • Poolside View at Club Mahindra Austria
  • Elegant Bar at the resort in Austria
  • Club Mahindra Austria's beautiful restaurant for romantic dinners with loved ones

Hotel Bon Alpina

Elegant white landscapes and a sleepy village greet one and all at the Bon Alpina. Nestled in the village of Igls, the exciting ski lifts, snowcapped mountains, rustic Tyrolean styles and a graceful Club Mahindra resort, give you the perfect Austrian holiday. 

Rooms at Hotel Bon Alpina

Facilities

1
2
3

Fill in your details below to know more about our membership plans.

Do you own a car?
Tell us more about you
When would you like us to call you?

I am interested in knowing more about Club Mahindra Holidays and grant explicit permission to Club Mahindra Holidays to send me communications on my mobile number, email provided hereinabove.

T & C and Privacy Policy applies

Continue

Do you own a car?
Tell us more about you

Great! One more step...

When would you like us to call you?
Submit

Thank you for your details. Our holiday advisor will call you soon. 

Member reviews

stories

  • Alles gut in Austria by Kanishka Ramchandani

    Witness the panoramic valley views from the scenes of the famous musical The Sound of Music or walk through the streets that were once graced by Beethoven and Mozart...steeped in history and culture, Austria awaits!

    More

Sight Seeing

1. Golden Roof

Late Gothic oriels, capped with 2,738 gold plated copper tiles, make for a stunning, visual and characteristic Innsbruck landmark – The Golden Roof. Embraced within the heart of the Old Town, this three-storey balcony on the central plaza of the Old Town was built by Archduke Friedrich IV in the early 15th century. This residence of the Tyrolean sovereigns is a must visit.

2. New Bergisel Ski Jump

Soaring over Innsbruck on the forested Bergisel Hill, the Bergisel Ski Jump is a novel sight. A place peppered with a rich skiing history; from the first ski jump erected here in 1925 to the Innsbruck Ski Jump being the venue of the Olympic Ski Jumping competitions in 1964 and 1976, this is a trip you should take. With The Tower standing at 47 meters tall, do not miss the spectacular panorama.

3. Golf

Discover Golf in the gorgeous settings that are on offer with The Golf & City Card, the latest deal by Innsbruck Tourismus. Learn about golf on courses as striking as Igls, Rinn and Lans and hone your golf swing at the Innsbruck Golftrainingszentrum. The many discounts available ensure that this is a don’t-want-to-miss-place.

4. Ambras Palace

Charmingly cushioned high above Innsbruck, Ambras Palace is a sight that will delight you at every turn. Divided into a lower and an upper castle, it is encompassed within the remains of a medieval fortress. It is a testament to the cultural life of the legendary Archduke Ferdinand II of Austria, who built it in the 16th Century. A magnificent place to visit.

5. The Imperial Palace

A lavish edifice, The Imperial Palace is a testament to different, yet gorgeous styles of architecture. Erected by Archduke Siegmund the Rich in late Gothic style around 1460, it was then rebuilt in the Baroque style (but with rococo detailing) between 1754 and 1773 on the orders of Empress Maria Theresa. Truly the Capital of the Alps and once was the grand seat of the Tyrolean sovereigns, it leaves you amazed with its grandeur. 25 state apartments dating from the 18th and 19th century and the Giants' Hall come together to form the Imperial Apartments. It is absolutely unmissable. A visit to the adjoining "Sacher" Cafe of Innsbruck is also one you will enjoy.

6. The Hofkirche (Imperial Church)

An indication of magnificence and splendor, The Hofkirche lies in Innsbruck. Its significance lies in its memorial for Emperor Maximilian I, the most prominent commemoration for an emperor in Europe. It holds within its walls astonishing European court art by artists such as Albrecht Du'rer, Peter Vischer the older and Alexander Colin. It is a visual treat and one in which you must indulge.

7. Cathedral St. James

Dominating the Cathedral Square at the northwestern side of the Royal Court, the huge two-towered front of the Parish Cathedral St. James takes you on a journey of visual wonder. One can begin with the main altar, where rests the Madonna and Child painted by German master Lucas Cranach the Elder. In the north aisle, look for a 1620 monument honoring Archduke Maximilian III. The decorative Innsbruck carillon, which sounds in aid of peace, is another must see. This is all in all a brilliant place to visit.

1
2
3

Fill in your details below to know more about our membership plans.

Do you own a car?
Tell us more about you
When would you like us to call you?

I am interested in knowing more about Club Mahindra Holidays and grant explicit permission to Club Mahindra Holidays to send me communications on my mobile number, email provided hereinabove.

T & C and Privacy Policy applies

Continue

Do you own a car?
Tell us more about you

Great! One more step...

When would you like us to call you?
Submit

Thank you for your details. Our holiday advisor will call you soon.