Hotel with tradition
Our hotel breathes history
The Innsbruck district of Pradl was first mentioned historically in the 12th century. The name is most likely derived from the Latin “pratellum”, which means “small meadow”. Another interpretation refers to the Latin word “praedium”. Hereby an agricultural property is designated. Until the beginning of the 20th century, Pradl, together with the district of Reichenau and the Sillhöfen, were fiefs of the Wilten monastery. Pradl took an economic upswing in the 19th century. During this time, more and more commercial enterprises took possession of the originally agriculturally used areas. Slowly, the former farming village was transformed into a working-class district. At the beginning of the 20th century, the district of Pradl was separated from Amras. In the meantime, the two districts have grown together in terms of urban development.
The Brunnenplatzl and parts of the Egerdachstraße still bear witness to the former center of Pradl. The redesign of the apartment hotel pradl11 has been carried out carefully and with consideration for the integration of the building into the old town center of Pradl, which is known to all Innsbruck residents. The result is impressive: in the Apartmenthotel pradl11, demands for modern and comfortable living and a sense of tradition go hand in hand.