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Burghotel Alpenglühn
Familie Daniel Gufler
Gurglerstraße 47
6456 Obergurgl | Ötztal | Tirol | Austria
P: +43 (0)5256 6301
F: +43 (0)5256 6301-50

E-Commerce Law Information:
Company name:
Burghotel Alpenglühn KG
Daniel Gufler
Company register:
Commercial register court
BG Silz Tirol
Authority acc. to ECG
BH Imst
Chamber affiliation
Mitglied der Wirtschaftskammer Tirol
Occupational group
FG Hotellerie & Gastronomie
Professional groups:
FG Hotellerie und Gastronomie

Image copyright:

Ötztal Tourismus (Anton Klocker, G.E., Markus Auer, Ernst Lorenzi, Bernd Ritschel, smart design, Jens Matt, Bergbahnen Obergurgl, Markus Geisler, Snow + Rock, Photo Lohmann, Rudi Whylidal, Bernd Ritschel, Horak Philipp, Dr. Gerald Sodl, Dominic Ebenbichler, Anton Klocker, Alexander Maria Lohmann, Andorfer, Ernst Lorenzi, Christoph Schöck, Ulrich Wilhelm, Uwe Fischer, Klaus Kranebitter, Markus Aner, Lukas Ennemoser, Stefan Herbke), Alexander Lohmann, Werbeagentur Praxmarer,

Website design & development
Werbeagentur Praxmarer
Gewerbegebiet 7 · 6493 Mils/Imst
P: +43 (0)5418 20077 · F: -77 · M: · W:


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Despite careful content checking we shall accept no liability for the content of external links. The operators of the external sites shall be exclusively responsible for their own content.

All content on these sites shall be subject to copyright. Use of the content or any part thereof shall not be permissible, but shall require the service provider’s consent. The same shall apply for copyrights belonging to third parties. In the event of violations, the service provider reserves the right to file a complaint. Should copyright violations occur in spite of all precautionary measures, we ask to be notified. In the event that a legal violation has been officially determined, we shall remove the corresponding content immediately.

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