Hotel Theresia St. Johann in Tirol

FAQ about Corona

As of April 16, 2022, most of the COVID-19 restrictions in Austria have been repealed. We have summarized some protective measures that still apply for you here.
Please note that we constantly strive to keep all information up to date, however new regulations may result in changes. 

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at +43 5352 63 994 or info@hotel-theresia.at

Status: Mai 16, 2022

Bookings at Hotel Theresia Garni

May I stay overnight in the same room with persons who do not live in my household?
Yes, according to the current regulation overnight stays of persons not living in the household are also allowed. Persons staying in shared accommodation units are considered equal to a common household for the duration of the stay.

I have vouchers from the previous year – are they still valid?
Of course we accept all our issued vouchers. Please let us know when you make your booking.

I am not quite sure whether I can start my vacation – until when can I rebook or cancel free of charge? 
We offer free rebooking or cancellation options up to 8 days before arrival. If you have booked via a booking platform (e.g. Booking.com), please note the conditions stated there, if applicable.

Bookings at Hotel Theresia Garni

May I stay overnight in the same room with persons who do not live in my household?
Yes, according to the current regulation overnight stays of persons not living in the household are also allowed. Persons staying in shared accommodation units are considered equal to a common household for the duration of the stay.

I have vouchers from the previous year – are they still valid?
Of course we accept all our issued vouchers. Please let us know when you make your booking. 

I am not quite sure whether I can start my vacation – until when can I rebook or cancel free of charge? 
We offer free rebooking or cancellation options up to 8 days before arrival. If you have booked via a booking platform (e.g. Booking.com), please note the conditions stated there, if applicable.

Protective measures at Hotel Theresia

Your protection and well-being is our top priority – therefore we ask all our guests to continue to wear a mouth-nose protection or FFP2 mask in the public areas of our hotel. There is also a comprehensive prevention concept, which we have been implementing and constantly adapting in our company since summer 2020.

What other protective measures are implemented at Hotel Theresia?
In order to protect your health and ours, our breakfast will continue to be buffet style at predefined timeslots that we will coordinate with you upon arrival. All shared surfaces (counters, coffee machine, etc.) are thoroughly disinfected at regular intervals. We also ask you to disinfect your hands before entering the breakfast room. Likewise, we ask our guests to register using the QR codes provided.

Protective measures at Hotel Theresia

Your protection and well-being is our top priority – therefore we ask all our guests to continue to wear a mouth-nose protection or FFP2 mask in the public areas of our hotel. There is also a comprehensive prevention concept, which we have been implementing and constantly adapting in our company since summer 2020.

What other protective measures are implemented at Hotel Theresia?
In order to protect your health and ours, our breakfast will continue to be buffet style at predefined timeslots that we will coordinate with you upon arrival. All shared surfaces (counters, coffee machine, etc.) are thoroughly disinfected at regular intervals. We also ask you to disinfect your hands before entering the breakfast room. Likewise, we ask our guests to register using the QR codes provided.

Current entry & exit regulations

From May 16, 2022 entry to Austria is possible without a 3G proof. This regulation includes at the moment entrants from all countries.

In any case, please observe the relevant entry regulations of your home country for the return journey. Detailed information can also be found on the website of the Tourism Region Kitzbühel Alps or on the website of the Ministry of Social Affairs.

Foreign guests who are traveling back to their home country and need to present a test have various testing options available in the region. Further information can also be found on the website of the Tourism Region Kitzbüheler Alpen.

Current entry & exit regulations

From May 16, 2022 entry to Austria is possible without a 3G proof. This regulation includes at the moment entrants from all countries.

In any case, please observe the relevant entry regulations of your home country for the return journey. Detailed information can also be found on the website of the Tourism Region Kitzbühel Alps or on the website of the Ministry of Social Affairs.

Foreign guests who are traveling back to their home country and need to present a test have various testing options available in the region. Further information can also be found on the website of the Tourism Region Kitzbüheler Alpen.

Leisure facilities & tourist offers 

What is the current situation on-site? 
You can find an overview of the current case numbers in Tyrol in the dashboard. Our hotel is located in the district of Kitzbühel.

FFP2 masks are still mandatory for all guests aged 14 and over in areas of daily use (grocery stores, banks, pharmacies, etc.) as well as in public transport and cabs. Children between 7 and 14 years of age may alternatively wear a mouth-nose protection. Children up to 6 years of age are completely exempt from the mask requirement. When using cable cars, FFP2 masks are no longer mandatory. In general, however, the wearing of an FFP2 mask indoors is still recommended.

What rules apply for restaurants & gastronomy?
The 3G rule as an access restriction in restaurants and bars has been lifted. Thus, no 3G rule applies in the entire tourism and leisure industry, neither for guests nor for employees.

Leisure facilities & tourist offers 

What is the current situation on-site? 
You can find an overview of the current case numbers in Tyrol in the dashboard. Our hotel is located in the district of Kitzbühel.

FFP2 masks are still mandatory for all guests aged 14 and over in areas of daily use (grocery stores, banks, pharmacies, etc.) as well as in public transport and cabs. Children between 7 and 14 years of age may alternatively wear a mouth-nose protection. Children up to 6 years of age are completely exempt from the mask requirement. When using cable cars, FFP2 masks are no longer mandatory. In general, however, the wearing of an FFP2 mask indoors is still recommended.

What rules apply for restaurants & gastronomy?
The 3G rule as an access restriction in restaurants and bars has been lifted. Thus, no 3G rule applies in the entire tourism and leisure industry, neither for guests nor for employees.

Contact for questions

You have questions or need additional information? Feel free to contact us!

Alexandra Schreder 
+43 5352 63 994 or info@hotel-theresia.at