SAFE HOSPITALITY

COVID-19 MEASURES FOR SAFE HOLIDAYS IN THE STUBAI VALLEY

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): https://entry.ptc.gv.at.
  • Electronic registration when entering / returning to Germany: www.einreiseanmeldung.de.

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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we are SAFE SERVICE®

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: https://safe-service.tirol/qr-check

CURRENT SITUATION AND MEASURES

DISTANCE OF 1 METER

A distance of at least 1 meter must be maintained in all public places - indoor and outdoor.

Exceptions are: people who live in the same household as well as life partners who do not live in the same household, individual close relatives and individual important caregivers.

FFP2 MASKING REQUIRED

  • in all public places in closed rooms
  • for indoor events
  • in public transport
  • in carpooling
  • in cable cars and cog railways
  • in all customer areas of the trade as well as in service companies
  • in gastronomy (except at the table) and when collecting food
  • in accommodation establishments in generally accessible areas (lobby, reception); It is not mandatory to wear it in the room
  • also for recovered and vaccinated people

GASTRONOMY is open

Gastronomy establishments are open under the following conditions:

  • Outside the assigned seat, FFP2 must wear a mask.
  • When entering, a test must be taken or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate * or a confirmation of a previous illness must be presented (GGG)
  • The guests have to register with their names and contact details.
  • A guest group may include a maximum of 8 adults (+ associated children) indoors and a maximum of 16 adults outdoors.
  • A minimum distance of 1 meter must be maintained between groups of people.
  • Curfew is at midnight.

ACCOMMODATION is OPEN

Accommodation establishments are open under the following conditions:

  • FFP2 mask requirement in general areas.
  • When entering, a test must be taken or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate * or a confirmation of a previous illness must be presented (GGG).
  • The guests have to register with their names and contact details.
  • Basically, a distance of 1 meter must be maintained.
  • Wellness facilities or fitness rooms: An area of ​​10 m2 must be available for each visitor.
  • The same rules apply to hotel catering as to normal catering (including curfew at midnight).

OUTDOOR SPORTS FACILITIES AND SKI AREAS ARE OPEN

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

Indoor sports facilities are also open:

  • When entering, a test must be taken or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate * or confirmation of an illness must be presented.
  • Visitors have to register with their names and contact details.
  • In closed rooms, 10m² must be made available per customer.
  • Basically, a distance of 1 meter must be maintained.

shops AND SERVICES ARE OPEN

All services can be offered and shops open. An area of ​​10 m2 must be available for each customer. It is mandatory to wear an FFP2 mask (or an equivalent mask).

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).

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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

The information office of the Stubai Tirol Tourist Office in Neustift (Stubaitalhaus, Dorf 3) is open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.