Despite the difficult times, we are doing our very best to offer you an unforgettable, and above all safe vacation at our guesthouse.


We adhere to the official Covid-19 guidlines presented by the Austrian government, therefore we offer following additional services:

  • possibility to check-in Online (to reduce physical contact)
  • cashless payment (bank transfer)
  • thorough cleaning and disinfection of our apartments
  • regular disinfection of door handles and banisters
  • possibility of hand disinfection in our entrance area’s
  • Our guests are obliged to wear a FFP2- mask in all public areas of our house (stairs, ski storage etc.)!

We give our best, for your safety and ours!

Entry to Austria (3-G):

3G (proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test result for SARS-CoV-2) is required for any type of entry.

Proof of vaccination as defined in the entry regulation can only be provided by a document written in Latin characters issued in German or English (e.g. a yellow vaccination pass) mentioning vaccination with a vaccine which has been authorised by the EMA or which has completed the WHO’s EUL process (Emergency Use Listing Procedure). See Appendix CGerman text for vaccines. The EU Digital COVID Certificates, which are provided with an EU-compliant QR code, also count as proof of vaccination.

Proof of recovery from COVID-19 must take the form of confirmation in German or English (in Latin characters) from a doctor or a public authority (such as an official self-isolation order) of having recovered from the infection in the last 180 days.

Proof of testing is a medical certificate in Latin script in German or English, or a test certificate for:

  • a molecular biological test for SARS-CoV-2, which must have been taken no more than 72 hours ago, and
  • an antigen test for SARS-CoV-2, except one for self-testing, which must have been taken within 24 hours.

Austria shortens Validity of Vaccination on 1 February:

2-dose vaccinations are valid for 270 days to enter Austria. However, to prove your “3-G” status during your stay IN Austria, from 1 February 2022, the validity of your 2nd vaccination will be reduced to 180 days. The booster jab remains valid for 270 days. This new rule includes children aged 12 and over! Children born on or after 1 September 2006 and jabbed longer than 180 days ago can still gain “2-G” status by using the so-called Holiday Ninja Pass. For teenagers born before 1 September 2006, the rules for adults apply. Please note: The second and third dose are valid from day one in Austria.

The cornerstone of the COVID-19-Einreiseverordnung 2021 (COVID-19 Entry Regulation 2021) is the focus on means of verification that you are not infected 3G (proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test result for SARS-CoV-2) is required for any type of entry. This also includes the EU Digital COVID Certificates, which contain an EU-compliant QR code. As evidence of vaccination, all of the vaccines which have been authorised by the EMA or have successfully passed the evaluation process of the WHO are recognised. Stricter rules apply to entry from so-called virus variant regions and states.

Entry to Austria from virus variant areas and states:

>>full information
>>pre-travel clearance form

further Covid-19 information:

>>What I need to know when travelling to Tirol
>>How Austria’s COVID-19 “Entry Tests” Work (
>> Special regulations for Children age 12 – 15 “Holiday-Ninja Pass”

Travel Insurance and Covid-19:

We recommend our guests to take out Covid-19 travel insurance so that they can plan their vacation without unpleasant surprises. We work with the European travel insurance company. This will reimburse the costs in the event of: non-commencement of the trip, interruption of the trip, involuntary vacation extension or late arrival. There is no insurance for travel warnings. It is also excluded if the employer forbids vacation or if a work colleague falls ill and the contact person has to be quarantined as a precaution.

>>Covid-19 Info travel insurance further informations

Travel insurance bookable at our homepage: >>Europäische Reiseversicherung

Please note that these general conditions, especially with regard to Covid-19, can change quickly and without prior notice! We therefore recommend that you inform yourself about the current conditions before taking out insurance from our partner, European Travel Insurance.

Last updated on 24.03.2022

We are trying our best to keep all information’s current, but the Covid-19 restrictions are changing often very fast. For mistakes, changes etc. no liability is assumed.


Linserhof Ferienappartements
Oliver und Petra Linser
Dorfstrasse 43
6450 Sölden

Phone: +43 (0) 5254 2617
Fax: +43 (0) 5254 26177

Arrival by CAR


Take busstop “Sparkasse Sölden”. The Linserhof Ferienappartments are in 200 meters walking distance.