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Tradition meets modernity. The tradition-steeped property has been adapted with architectural sensitivity to modern-day needs and now blends traditional values with new visions. The idea was to take inspiration in the building’s history without compromising on sophisticated levels of well-being. There is a distinctly authentic and original flair to the hotel that every guest will readily experience.
Architecture: Atelier Rainer & Amann
A cosy design hotel in the Alps. Walliserhof in the Brandnertal valley is a dream made true by Raimund Meyer und Michaela Berthold, a dream they are now sharing with their guests. With Walliserhof, the young hosting family have shown how to blend natural genuineness and
Architecture: Arno Bereiter
A combination of traditional alpine folklore and modern, minimalist timber design make for the charm of the Casalpin lodges. The twostorey timber chalets sleep two to six persons and are equipped with timber furniture and all modern-day amenities. Only materials from the region were used for the construction and interior design.
Architecture: Johannes Kaufmann
In the summer of 2012, the former guesthouse was extended into a hotel with a focus on regionality
and sustainability. A shared roof and the choice of colours and materials blend old and new into a harmonious whole. The individually furnished alpine-style rooms make the rootedness in the region tangible. A highly appealing spa area was newly added as well.
Architecture: Schallert Wüst Architekten
Wind down and leave your daily worries behind. Holidays at their best, both in summer and in winter, in the Lechtal Alps. The elegant Walser build ing combines modern-day amenities and old-world charm and bids visitors a heartfelt welcome. Its highlights are the Red Spa with a 1,500 sq.m. sauna complex, a 32°C outdoor pool, the Red Beauty, and the Red Kids. The acclaimed 2-toque restaurant promises a divine culinary experience.
Architecture: Dietrich Untertrifaller
Designed in modern timber architecture, the chalets stand out for simple, friendly elegance. The mix of local timber and modern design furniture is unique in terms of aesthetics and luxury. Fitting them seamlessly into the natural surroundings and the rural setting was paramount. The design focuses on unobstructed views and spaces. The chalets sleep up to eight persons.
Architecture: Holzbox Tirol – Armin Kathan