A hotel with tradition
"The Rauter inn can compete with the city's best taverns when it comes to quality, price, and friendliness" wrote Beda Weber in 1838 in "The State of Tyrol - A Handbook for Travelers".
Even back in 1838, guests enjoyed the hearty cuisine and the hospitality of the Rautter family. At that time, the family name was spelled with two t's until an imperial edict in 1900 advised that the family name Rautter, originating in western Hungary, be Germanized and spelled with only one 't'.
For the past few years, the two t's have once again been displayed on the facade of our 400 year old inn.
Since parents Hermann and Ilse Oberwexer handed over the hotel in 2012, son Michael and his wife Andrea have been running Hotel Rauter. It won't be long now until their two daughters Sophie and Paula will be helping out with the family business with the same passion and love as her parents.
Hermann and Ilse Obwexer are of course still active at Hotel Rauter and look after the well-being of the guests.