Romedihof Backpacker Hostel

Brennbichl 91, Imst

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Romedihof Backpacker Hostel


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'Romedihof Backpacker Hostel' is located in the area of Brennbichl, near to the town of Imst in the Tirol, Austria. Romedihof was built in the 15th century and was completely renovated in

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The Romedihof Backpacker Hostel was completely renovated in 2009 / 2010. The house itself dates back to the 1500s and is listed under the protection for historical buildings. Renovations will allow Romedihof to retain its original historical charm as well as provide the addition of modern up-to-date facilities, allowing your stay to be truly unique and comfortable.

The Romedihof is located at Brennbichl by Karroesten near the city of Imst.

It is within close proximity to various ski areas, climbing crags, climbing gyms,
Cycle & mountain tracks...Within 40 km you will find around 15 climbing crags,
5 rope routes and 6 ski areas. The Romedihof is also the ideal base for motor cycle tours, as you can reach many mountain passes within one day.

Approximately 50 meters from the Romedihof you will find two cycle tracks crossing. One is the Inntal Valley cycle track, traveling from each to west, whilst the second track winds its way through the Gurgltal Valley, from Nassereith to Imst. At this point you will also find the entrance to the white rafting tour through the Inn canyon.

Passing only a few meters above the Romedihof you will also find the
long distance tracks The Jakobsweg and the antiquely roman street
Via Claudia Augusta.

Within a 5 minute walk you can reach...
The bus stop Knigskapelle
The restaurant pizzeria Hotel Neuner

Within a 10 minute walk you can reach...
The railway station Imst Pitztal

Within a 15 minute walk you can reach...
A supermarket Cafes, bars, restaurants, nightclub.

Located near

Area 47, Climbing Jim Imst, Rafting entry Inn, Bungee Jumping Benni Raich Bridge, Climbing Crags, ...

Conditions & Policy

No Curfew