A HISTORIC BUILDING IN A CENTRAL LOCATION
Hotel Jarolim is a reinterpretation of a 19th-century train station hotel. It was built during the construction of the railway line over the Brenner Pass for a better connection to Vienna, then the capital of the Imperial and Royal period.
The hotel was built in 1891 and its exterior remained unchanged after the renovation of the hotel in 1912. The interiors, on the other hand, have been repeatedly renovated in the common style of the respective time. The fact that the Jarolim is an old building is clear from the high ceilings and wide corridors. The patina of the old walls can despite the renovation be noticed everywhere and makes up the flair of the hotel.