Ischgl is well-known for the variety of its hotels and much renovation and new construction has gone on in the village in recent years.
Some of the hotels now boast the most up-to-date and modern facilities and, in some cases, architecture and fittings. But there are also many luxury hotels which have kept to the traditional idea of upmarket family hotels.
Ischgl is a small village and many of the hotels and other accommodation are clustered on and around a small hill above the entrance to the two gondola stations. An escalator provides access to the higher part of the village. On the other side of the church the village flattens out along the road to Galtür and a number of hotels are located here near the Silvretta cable car.
Visitors arriving in Ischgl will be heading up the Paznaun valley as the road over the pass into the Vorarlberg is closed in the winter months.
The main road bypasses the village to the right and there are car parking facilities at each exit off the road into the resort. Although the lifts are on the other side of the village to the main road, they are easily accessed on foot.
Most of the accommodation is directly in the village centre although, with the lack of space to expand in the traditional settlement, there has been some expansion along the road towards some of the more rural hamlets nearby, such as Mathon.
All of the accommodation listed below is in Ischgl centre. The individually-listed hotels are from the higher star ratings - Ischgl has a preponderance of hotels at the four-star level and above - but those looking for other forms of accommodation will still be able to find a good choice by using the availability search form here.
Samnaun is a small mountain village on the other side of the Ischgl ski area and a popular round trip for skiers. It also provides an interesting alternative to the sometimes boisterous nightlife of Ischgl and, although in Switzerland, it can only be reached via Austria and thus enjoys a duty-free status.