Dear guests,

We are pleased to be able to open our Ladestatthof again on May 19, 2021 for relaxing holidays. In order to enable you to have a healthy holiday with us at Ladestatthof, we have taken appropriate measures for Covid prevention.

For holidays at Ladestatthof, three principles apply from May 19, 2021 - recovered, vaccinated and tested.
  • There is no quarantine requirement when entering Austria for recovered, vaccinated and tested people. No test is required from the 22nd day after the first vaccination, which must not be more than three months ago.
  • For recovered, fully vaccinated and tested people, there is no quarantine obligation when returning to Germany due to the coronavirus entry regulation of the German Federal Ministry of Health that came into force on May 12, 2021.
  • Electronic registration when entering Austria (no earlier than 72 hours before entry):
  • Electronic registration when entering / returning to Germany:

Officially valid antigen covid tests can be done easily, free of charge and at any time on site at our Ladestatthof.
  • An antigen covid test is valid for 48 hours and is officially registered with Tirol Testet.
  • An antigen covid test can be used as an access pass for mountain railways, restaurants, shops etc. as well as for the return journey to Germany.
  • People who have not been vaccinated or have not recovered need a valid negative Covid test at all times.

Our charging station has an official SAFE SERVICE® certification in accordance with the current Covid regulations.
  • We have implemented a corona prevention concept.
  • Gabi Pfurtscheller is our Corona officer and our employees are trained.

We always endeavor to implement the recommendations of the WHO and the Austrian Federal Government for a safe holiday. Further details on the current regulations and measures can be found here.

In order to enable you to plan your vacation flexibly, you are welcome to coordinate with us on situation-related cancellation conditions.

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Tyrolean tourism relies on certified security - and we are there: We take our role as a responsible host and use the "SAFE SERVICE" learning app as a modern training tool for our employees. Our company has successfully completed the digital training on security topics such as protective measures, distance rules, hygiene or contactless customer experience. New regulations, for example on entry tests, guest registration and prevention concepts, are also part of the training. In the event of significant changes, the app notifies you directly via push notification on your mobile phone.

This is how we live SAFE SERVICE® internally and are always up-to-date on which preventive and safety measures have to be implemented for our guests. We also consciously show SAFE SERVICE to the outside world and make it clear that we are a SAFE SERVICE® company. In this way we do our part to make the region visible as a safe holiday destination.

Further information:


3-G-rule IN austria

Vaccinated - recovered - tested ⇒ GGG

The 3-G rule applies in the following areas:

  • Gastronomy
  • Body-hugging services
  • Hotel and lodging
  • Leisure facilities (e.g. dance schools, zoos)
  • Cultural establishments (with the exception of museums, libraries, libraries and archives → mask requirement)
  • Non-public sports facilities
  • Meetings (from one participant: more than 100 people)
  • Trade and consumer fairs, congresses
  • Coaches and excursion boats


Since July 1st there is no more mask requirement in the catering trade for guests AND employees.

Where the 3G rule applies, there is no mask requirement with a few exceptions:
  • Masks are also required for guests indoors. 3G proof is required
  • Even gastronomy employees who are in direct contact with customers no longer have to wear mouth and nose protection indoors, as long as the 3G rule is adhered to
  • In the outdoor area there is no mask requirement at all
  • Self-tests are still only valid in exceptional cases and only for guests
  • The 3-G rule applies

Masks are still required (mouth and nose protection)

  • in public transport
  • in cable cars and cogwheel railways (Attention! 3G for gastronomy / huts / alpine pastures etc.)
  • in customer areas of business premises (e.g. supermarket, retail, etc.) when contacting customers
  • Taxis
  • Customer areas of permanent establishments (e.g. trade, other services)
  • Museums (closed rooms)
  • Medical institutions
  • Authorities


The minimum distance will drop from July 1st.


Catering establishments are open:

  • No minimum distance
  • No opening and closing hours
  • No mask requirement for visitors / employees
  • No capacity restrictions
  • 3-G rule
  • Registration required by July 22nd!


Accommodation establishments are open under the following conditions:

  • No mask requirement (neither FFP2 nor other mouth and nose protection) in the catering, tourism or leisure industry
  • No mask requirement for employees with direct customer contact in closed rooms in the catering, tourism or leisure industry, if a 3G proof is provided
  • The 3-G rule still applies: guests still have to show a valid negative test result, proof of vaccination or confirmation that they have had COVID-19 disease - tests are still possible on site
  • Test certificates are now only required from the age of 12
  • The obligation to register guests will be lifted from July 22nd
  • There are no capacity restrictions in the wellness establishments
  • Restrictions due to open and curfew hours are completely eliminated
  • No more minimum distance between groups of visitors or guests
  • Visitor group regulations are completely omitted
  • The consumption of food and beverages is no longer only permitted while sitting at the dispensing stations, but can also be used while standing
  • Night gastronomy: No opening and closing hours in the area of ​​gastronomy


Outdoor sports facilities as well as ski areas and mountain railways are open.

Indoor sports facilities are also open:

  • No minimum distance
  • No opening and closing hours
  • No mask requirement for visitors
  • No capacity restrictions
  • Still 3-G rule
  • Registration is no longer required from July 22nd


All services can be offered and shops are open. It is mandatory to wear a mouth and nose protection. In the case of services close to the body, a test must be taken or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate * or a confirmation of an illness must be presented (GGG).


Further information is available on the website of the Stubai Tirol Tourist Office or on site at the office.

The information offices of the Stubai Tirol Tourist Board in Neustift (Stubaitalhaus, Dorf 3) and in Fulpmes (Bahnstrasse 17) are open Monday to Friday (weekdays) from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.