Welcome to Kaiser Max

What would Innsbruck be without Emperor Max? The city has him thank for their landmark, Goldenes Dachl, among other things.
And Emperor Max is now back again!

Located right in the Old Town area and just a short walk from the Goldenes Dachl are the Emperor Max Appartements in Innsbruck and the Kaiser Max Café. A total of 9 fully-fitted apartments are available to those enjoying short breaks and city breaks, right in the heart of Innsbruck.

Most of the sights in the town are within walking distance, even the Hungerburgbahn is just a few minutes’ walk away. So you leave your car parked in the garage during your holiday.


Kaiser Max in Innsbruck has a total of 9 apartments, all of which are cosy and have state-of-the-art facilities. They are accessible by lift and have a safe as well as cable TV. You will of course also find a fully-equipped kitchen with crockery, cutlery, refrigerator, microwave and kettle, so you can feel right at home for the duration of your stay. You don’t need to worry about towels and bed linen either. All our apartments are of course non-smoking apartments and have free WLAN. Our contemporary bathrooms have rainfall showers and of course there is a hairdryer as well as soap and shampoo dispensers.

Das Restaurant

The Kaiser Max Café in Innsbruck in Tyrol is open throughout the day from 12:00 pm. In the evening it then becomes a cosy wine bar, inviting you to bring the day to a close with a nice drink. Incidentally, when the weather is good you can also head to the guest garden, where you will get to enjoy a direct view to the Goldenes Dachl. 

Emperor Max also has the very thing for when you get a bit peckish between meals, providing typical Tyrolean dishes such as ‘Gröstl’ , Italian dishes such as Tagliatelle or also Asian dishes.


Innsbruck is the fifth biggest city in Austria, and has over 130,000 inhabitants. The city is enclosed by the Nordkette in the north and by the foothills of the Alpine central chain in the south, which also includes Innsbruck’s local mountain, the Patscherkofel. Life here unfolds at between 574 and 2350 metres altitude.