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Malles, Upper Val Venosta, South Tyrol, Italy

Once a small guest house for hikers, today one of the most renowned hotels in South Tyrol's beautiful Val Venosta. The Garberhof underwent significant renovation at the end of 2022 and is a popular destination among winter sports enthusiasts, lovers of holidays dedicated to well-being and every kind of connoisseur.

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Mountain Selfcare Resort Goldener Berg
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Mountain Selfcare Resort Goldener Berg
Oberlech am Arlberg, Austria

The Mountain Selfcare Resort Goldener Berg invites you to experience the Arlberg mountains mindfully with meditations, yoga sessions, detox and alkaline fasting. The hotel's new concept is catering according to your wishes, from original to alkaline or ketogenic, for somatic and mental well-being. The physiotherapist ensures physical relaxation, and the energy doctors provide mental detoxification. If necessary, a coach is available to provide support before, during and after your stay. There's plenty of time to unwind - whether in the extensive spa, hiking in the summer or taking generous turns on the slopes in winter, the Arlberg's mountain paradise is right on our doorstep.

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ADLER Historic Guesthouse
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ADLER Historic Guesthouse
Brixen, South Tyrol, Italy

Located in the heart of the oldest town of South Tyrol, Brixen, the 15th-century building of the former "Goldener Adler" underwent a total transformation. Christoph Mayr, son of restaurant owner and hoteliers Maria and Hermann Mayr, and his partner Silvana Messner took over the historic house in the second generation. Nowadays, the Adler Historic Guesthouse is an architectural jewel with a minimalistic design, a magnificent rooftop terrace and superb cuisine.

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Hotel Jungfrau Wengernalp
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Hotel Jungfrau Wengernalp
Wengen, Switzerland

The Hotel Jungfrau stands on its own at Wengernalp, at a height of 1900 surrounded by a world of peace and tranquillity. This traditional family-run hotel, originating from the 19th century, has been lovingly restored and modernized in several stages, and by today’s standards is considered one of the most charming hotels in the Alps which is especially attractive to families with its pure mountain air. The Wengernalp train station and Jungfrau railway are conveniently reached and winter sports enthusiasts can get to the chairlifts after only a brief descent.

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Hotel Schmelzhof Lech
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Hotel Schmelzhof Lech
Lech am Arlberg, Austria

The Schmelzhof, run by the Strolz family, who have been in Lech for several centuries, is a place defined by its warmth and soul. It is a true family affair: Robert and Gitti take the reins, with their son Arthur presiding over the bar and restaurant and even ‘Grossmutter’ taking your coffee order in the morning. This multigenerational passion and generosity keep their guests returning year after year to Schmelzhof.

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BEAUSiTE Zermatt
BEAUSiTE Zermatt
Zermatt, Switzerland

Reopened in December 2021 after extensive renovations, BEAUSiTE Zermatt offers freshly refurbished spacious rooms and suites in warm colours with detailed fabrics and a British flair bring back the Swiss golden age of alpinism. You have a breathtaking view of the landmark of the Valais mountain village, the Matterhorn from almost every angle of the hotel.

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Chesa Grischuna
Chesa Grischuna
Klosters, Switzerland

Synonymous with the glamorous Swiss ski resort of Klosters, Chesa Grischuna is a simple but charming hotel that has remained true to its roots since it was opened by Hans Guler in 1938. A feat of Landi design and craftsmanship, it became a place of refuge for American GIs during the Second World War, as well as film stars, directors, and writers— earning it the name “Hollywood on the Rocks.” Greta Garbo, Gene Kelly, and Rex Harrison have all signed the guestbook in this historic house.

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Paznaun Valley, Tyrol, Austria

Bergwiesenglück is an elegant and exclusive chalet retreat, primely positioned for enjoying the natural beauty and year-round outdoor escapades of the Tyrolean Alps. Enjoy the refreshingly traditional architecture and authentic, genuine culinary delights at HERMANNS Kitchen.

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Berghoferin Fine Hotel & Hideaway
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Berghoferin Fine Hotel & Hideaway
Redagno, South Tyrol, Italy

Berghoferin Fine Hotel & Hideaway is a private estate and hidden gem, offering just 13 beautifully appointed suites in a secluded and refined setting. Tucked away at an elevation of 1,500 meters, surrounded by rolling hills, lush meadows, and dense forests at the base of the striking Corno Bianco and Corno Nero peaks, this hotel offers breathtaking views of the southfacing mountain panorama. Escape the noise and chaos of city life and bask in the peaceful tranquility of nature.

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Post Bezau
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Post Bezau
Bezau, Bregenzerwald, Austria

In an idyllic corner of the Bregenzerwald Valley, the Post Bezau’s chalet-style doors have been open since 1850. Now, this simple mountain hotel has evolved into a holistic retreat, overseen by the founder’s great-great-granddaughter, Susanne Kaufmann — the renowned beauty mogul who still lives next door and is the embodiment of Alpine health. Since 2019, the concept of POST BEZAU focuses on the idea of spa, nutrition, sports, sleep and the power of nature in the Bregenzerwald. With a holistic approach, several Retreats from Detox, Medical Detox, Beauty to Yoga are offered.

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Schloss Elmau Luxury Spa Retreat & Cultural Hideaway
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Schloss Elmau Luxury Spa Retreat & Cultural Hideaway
Krün, Bavaria, Germany

Schloss Elmau in the Elmau Valley, the ultimate spa experience in a breathtaking sanctuary in the Alps, just an hour from Munich. Casual luxury and the abundance of space. Tranquility in spas just for adults. Serenity in infinity pools for families. New energy in Yoga, Taiji, Dance, Wellness, and Sports Retreats. Superb restaurants. And on top of it all, food for thought and a sense of eternity in concerts with the great artists of our time.

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Naturhotel Leitlhof
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Naturhotel Leitlhof
San Candido, Dolomites, Italy

Amongst the most striking peaks in the Alps, the Dolomites in South Tyrol are top contenders with their '3 Zinnen' mountains (otherwise known as 'Three Peaks' or 'Tre Cime di Lavaredo'). In 2009, they became a UNESCO World Heritage site receiving further protection for their beauty and rich climate (wine and agriculture are competitive with Provence). Right in the heart of this mountain paradise, you will find one of Europe’s rare carbon-neutral hotels, generating all of its power and heat. Sustainability at its peak. The property even has its farm at Mühlhof with a herd of Angus cattle.

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San Genesio, Bolzano, South Tyrol, Italy

Hotel Saltus, with its 28 rooms, is located directly on the edge of the forest at an altitude of 1,100 meters above sea level – high in the mountains, yet only 8km from Bolzano/Bozen. In keeping with their vision of “living nature because we are nature”, the owners have been offering a platform for authentic, environmentally conscious relaxation with our Forest Spa, Sky Pools, hiking gallery, yoga, forest bathing, relaxation techniques, and more since August 2019.

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Bellevue des Alpes
One of the few remaining grandes dames of the Swiss Alps of the nineteenth century, Bellevue des Alpes stands at a showstopping 2,054 meters on the Scheidegg Pass, overlooking the iconic Eiger, and is reachable only by train or on foot. Once there, you have a feeling of utter peace and of stepping back in time to a golden age of mountain hospitality. Open in both winter and summer, it is a very special option for those who lean toward tradition and the family-run— current owners Andreas and Silvia von Almen are the fifth generation to run Bellevue des Alpes.
Kleine Scheidegg, Bernese Alps, Switzerland
From €515 / night
Le Coucou
Close to Le Rond-Point des Pistes, Le Coucou enjoys a rare ski-in/ski-out experience in Méribel and rubs shoulders with the snow-capped summits. Overlooking the entire valley, Le Coucou has the elegant look of a traditional chalet from the exterior, but its Pierre Yovanovitch-designed interiors reveal a more colorful, playful side that surprises and delight.
Méribel, France
From €599 / night
Rote Wand Gourmet Hotel
The Rote Wand started life as a simple farmhouse in Zug in the mid 17th century. In the 1950s, its owners, the Walchs, turned it into a cafe and guest house: people came from neighbouring Lech for Burgi’s legendary apple strudel and shredded pancakes; while Josef, a ski instructor, brought his guests from by horse-drawn sleigh for fondue, which often turned into dancing in the cellar bar. Now with their son Joschi at the helm, the Rote Wand has evolved into one of the best hotels at the Arlberg with a beautiful spa — but still with food and warm-hearted service at its core.
Zug, Lech am Arlberg, Austria
From €260 / night
Hotel Hirschen Schwarzenberg
The Hirschen in Schwarzenberg is a very special place full of character, art, music, 26 individual rooms, and a dining experience second to none.
Schwarzenberg, Bregenzerwald, Austria
From €308 / night
Gasthof Zum Hirschen
The Gasthof Zum Hirschen is a historical retreat, a refuge to switch off, recharge your batteries in nature, to consciously enjoy. The uniqueness of the house lies in the harmonious combination of ancient spiritual wisdom and a contemporary comfort culture. A special experience for the guests is the family hospitality and the unique gastronomy at the knot of two cultures.
Val di Non Valley, South Tyrol, Italy
From €312 / night
The newly opened Arpuria is located in the heart of St. Anton, the birthplace of Alpine skiing and one of the best ski towns in the entire Alps. You’ll benefit from the best that St. Anton has to offer: Peace, idyllic views, nature right on your doorstep, and a lively village that awaits you with all the conveniences.
St. Anton am Arlberg, Austria
From €190 / night
Berghotel Ladinia
Sister to the iconic La Perla, the Ladinia is the quintessential mountain inn and Corvara’s first. Opened in 1930 in one of the oldest properties in this Dolomiti village, it still has the same beautiful views of Mount Sassongher and traditional interiors that hold centuries of stories in its beautifully aged walls.
Corvara, Alta Badia, Dolomites, Italy
From €240 / night
At Nidum, the most luxurious feature is Nature itself: the magnificence of the Seefeld plateau and its mountain backdrop. The natural, informal luxury inspires everything they do: in each of the 57 spacious, contemporary-style rooms, three restaurants, and on their panoramic terrace. Nidum offers a wide range of spa treatments, as well as a pool, saunas, gym, massage rooms, and beauty treatments.
Mösern, Seefeld, Tyrol, Austria
From €296 / night
Seebichl is a striking coal-black house, perched on the hill above Lake Schwarzsee, only a short stroll to the center of town. With an atmosphere evoking memories of a rambling summer home up in the mountains, yet, Seebichl creates the most comfortable home away from home, indoors and around the property. This is Alpine living, in the most creative and cosy sense imaginable.
Kitzbühel, Tyrol, Austria
From €200 / night
Der Berghof
Just a short stroll away from the centre of Lech and the slopes, The Berghof is one of our hot picks for your winter break. The hotel is situated in a quiet and privileged location above the centre of Lech and features its own elevator that takes you directly from the village into the hotel. At der Berghof you can expect excellent food, and luxury amenities. The owner has maintained the alpine lifestyle at the highest level of hospitality. Modernity and tradition get combined in a wonderful way to create a unique feel-good atmosphere.
Lech am Arlberg, Austria
From €360 / night
My Arbor
My Arbor is a tree hotel, built on stilts, high up in the tops of the surrounding trees. A refuge on the tree-covered mountainside of the Plose, in the middle of nature and just 10 minutes from Brixen (Bressanone) in South Tyrol. As the hotel name suggests, the My Idea plays an essential role. My Arbor guests are invited to find what often comes up short in hectic everyday life: time for themselves and the greatest possible freedom for their own rhythm. Guests can design their time individually: Breakfast until noon. Swimming after sunset. Yoga or hiking. Massage or skiing. Culture in the bishop's town of Brixen. Biking or shopping.
Bressanone, South Tyrol, Dolomites, Italy
From €396 / night
Naturhotel Tannerhof
The Tannerhof is a place without frills - substantial, unconventional, and easy-going. The hotel is like a small village, situated on a slope with a panoramic view of the Leitzach Valley and the Wendelstein, nestled between mountains and lakes. Founded in 1905, the 4th generation family-run hotel operates living close to nature and holistic approaches focusing on health from organic gourmet cuisine and therapeutic fasting, to sustainable living.
Bayrischzell, Bavaria, Germany
From €270 / night
Chesa Colani
Chesa Colani is nestled in the ancient village of Madulain (one of the most beautiful in Switzerland), the smallest in the Upper Engadine region with just 170 inhabitants. Not far from St. Moritz, it sits within a historic, decorated 17thcentury building that was built for a noble family and evolved into a hotel in 1990, run with love by Andrea and his family. You will be warmly welcomed by his team and immediately soothed by your surroundings—the peace of the mountains and the quiet of the village.
Madulain, Engadin, Switzerland
From €230 / night
Ansitz Steinbock
Ansitz Steinbock is a castle-like building in the midst of a rural idyll dating back to the 15th century. Offering twelve contemporary suites and two exceptional restaurants, the Ansitz Steinbock is located in picturesque Villandro in the very heart of South Tyrol. A perfect base to explore some of the best wineries, architecture and natural beauty of the surrounding area.
Villandro , South Tyrol, Italy
From €330 / night
Villa Flor
Sitting prettily at the end of the sun-blessed Engadin Valley is Villa Flor, a hidden guesthouse run with care and passion by former gallerist Ladina Florineth. It is near to St Moritz in the diminutive village of S-chanf, yet feels a world away; something her cult following of creatives want to keep this way.
S-Chanf, Engadin, Switzerland
From €290 / night
Der Schmiedhof
Deep in the Bavarian Alps, at 800m above sea level in an idyllic valley, framed by the famous Wendelstein on one side and the Aiplspitz on the other, and only 60 km south of Munich lies the hamlet of Geitau. In the middle of this dream setting, the Schmiedhof awaits you with eleven beautifully designed apartment-style suites, and a wonderful host.
Bayrischzell, Bavaria, Germany
From €160 / night
Villa Honegg
Villa Honegg is a unique 5-star superior hotel in the heart of Switzerland on Mount Bürgenstock at Lake Lucerne. This long-established hotel was built in 1905 and reopened in May 2011. For its size, it is unique in Switzerland in terms of what it offers. As a haven of peace and privacy, it enjoys an incomparable setting. Switzerland’s smallest superior 5-star hotel is a masterpiece of art to delight all senses. One of the highlights is the lovely 34-degree outdoor pool with stunning views of Lake Lucerne and the surrounding mountains.
Lake Lucerne, Switzerland
From €600 / night
Burg Hotel
The Burg Hotel is located in Oberlech and is well known as the most beautiful sun terrace of the entire Arlberg. Oberlech is an ideal starting point for hikes in the summer months and extensive days of skiing during winter, thanks to the direct location on the ski slope and access to the cable car.
Lech am Arlberg, Austria
From €380 / night
Fuchsegg Eco Lodge
The Fuchsegg Eco Lodge is embedded in a gentle landscape of alpine meadows, hills, mountains, and forests in the Bregenzerwald region in Western Austrian. It inspires with a wonderful relaxation and wellness area, five different lodging types, and a culinary concept focused on local and seasonal cuisine.
Egg, Bregenzerwald, Austria
From €450 / night
Haven Mountain Retreat
Haven Mountain Retreat is the newest hotel in the collection of the Höllwart family, located in St. Johann Alpendorf deep in the Salzburg Alps. It opened its doors in December 2022 and offers families, couples, and groups of friends the independence of luxury-designed suites combined with the comfort of a superior hotel, right at the slopes of Ski amadé, Austria's largest ski area.
St Johann im Pongau, Salzburg Alps, Austria
From €225 / night
Nestled in the heart of the Swiss Alps at the heart of the Pays d’Enhaut, bordering the Bernese Oberland and Gstaad, lies the sleepy mountain village of Château. For over a century, this delightful enclave has hosted discerning travelers seeking its easy-going traditional style and impressive mountainscapes. The village is also home to l’Ermitage. This charming boutique hotel exudes rustic charm, contemporary art de vivre, and a restful yet vibrant atmosphere. Decorated by the owner--interior designer Sophie Labarraque, - this treasure trove offers simple yet cozy alpine rooms, personal detail in every nook and cranny, farm-to-plate-breakfasts, and freshly baked cakes in the Tea Room every afternoon.
Château-d'Oex, Pays-d’Enhaut, Switzerland
From €200 / night
Forestis Dolomites
Forestis is located in a densely wooded area, 1,800 m above sea level, with an unparalleled view of the Dolomites. The area’s unique and outstanding natural character had already prompted the Austrian monarchy to establish a tuberculosis sanatorium at precisely this special site. Read on below about the vibrant culinary offerings, the medicinal history of the site, and what not to miss at the property.
Bressanone, Dolomites, South Tyrol, Italy
From €695 / night
Atto Suites
Atto Suites is a feast for architect lovers: Warm, reduced to the essentials, and very woody. Equipped with the best the region has to offer and a unique Farm-to-table concept, this property is not to be missed in summer or winter. The designs, craftsmanship, and facade are unlike any other property in the area, yet fit seamlessly into its setting - one that you won't forget with the mesmerizing mountain views.
San Candido, Dolomites, Italy
From €300 / night
Experimental Chalet
Experimental Chalet is a stylish Alpine retreat with a bistro, spa, signature cocktail bar, and the legendary nightclub, the Farm Club.
Verbier, Valais, Switzerland
From €350 / night
Almhof Schneider
Almhof Schneider is a family-owned hotel offering exquisite aesthetics, utter comfort, and unsurpassed hospitality. Experience an effortless combination of the traditional and contemporary; a feeling of belonging.
Lech am Arlberg, Austria
From €680 / night
Dating from 1326, the traditional Kirchenwirt is located in the center of Leogang and offers an award-winning gourmet restaurant and cozy guest rooms.
Leogang, Salzburg Alps, Austria
From €236 / night
Rosapetra Spa Resort
On 1st December 2022, the 33-key boutique hotel overlooking the Tofane massif in the Ampezzo Valley opened its doors under new ownership. Whilst the property will retain its existing contemporary aesthetic, guests can expect a new and dynamic hospitality style – in both the hotel’s spaces and experiences. The design of Rosapetra Spa Resort is a unique combination of a typical Alpine chalet with a dolce vita style. Refined yet comfortable and welcoming, stone and local wood feature throughout the property, tastefully partnered with leather, steelwork, mirrors, and ambient lighting that creates an intimate and seductive atmosphere.
Cortina d'Ampezzo, Dolomites, Italy
From €450 / night
Suvretta House
Reminiscent of a fairytale castle, Suvretta House is located in St Moritz, in the magnificent landscape of the Upper Engadine, surrounded by majestic mountains and lakes that glisten in summer, and freeze over in winter. A 5-star luxury resort with a private ski lift, it is also the only hotel in St Moritz with ski-in/ski-out access.
St. Moritz, Engadin, Switzerland
From €790 / night
Parkhotel Egerner Höfe
Nothing in Bavaria is as Bavarian as the Tegernsee Valley. We thoroughly agree. Find rest and tranquillity amid the hotel's park, with the view sweeping over the adjacent meadows and the sublime Wallberg. Or enjoy relaxing hours in our Mangfall Spa and exquisite cuisine par excellence in the gourmet restaurant Dichter. Together, these are the perfect ingredients for your holiday at our five-star superior Parkhotel Egerner Höfe at Lake Tegernsee.
Rottach Egern, Tegernsee, Bavaria, Germany
From €320 / night
Located within easy reach of the center, at a 5-minute walking distance from the ski slopes, overlooking the village with a marvelous view of the Alps, the Kristiania, an eclectic Austrian Chalet boasting unbeatable vistas is Lech's most stylish stay. Othmar Schneider, gold medal winner for the slalom at the Olympic winter games in Oslo in 1952, built the Kristiania up into one of the leading addresses in Lech. Until today, pampering their guests is a tradition at the Kristiania.
Lech am Arlberg, Austria
From €646 / night
Thalers Mariandl
A holiday home for generations – Where warm hospitality is no empty word but part of the atmosphere. Where tradition and future meet. Where nature is part of the interior. And the prospect of adventurous holidays lures into the mountains of the Schladming Tauern.
Schladming, Schladminger Tauern, Austria
From €156 / night
The Knappaboda is a place of retreat where you can find real privacy, the highest quality, and time for family and friends. A place of deceleration and life energy. A place of regionality and sustainable enjoyment. A place whose atmospheric ambiance makes it a home away from home for the duration of the holiday.
Lech am Arlberg, Austria
From €700 / night
Located in Rabland, near the spa town of Meran, the Hanswirt hotel is clearly distinguished by its red-and-white shutters. Dating back to 1357, this 4-star Superior hotel with its award-winning gourmet restaurant welcomes its guests with South Tyrolean hospitality and charm. Stylish and comfortable, there are artworks at every turn, an organic farm, and secluded gardens.
Merano, South Tyrol, Italy
From €310 / night
Time seems to stop in Saalbach-Hinterglemm. Just an hour away from Salzburg, traditional houses and hotels with carved dark wooden terraces pepper the rolling landscape of this intimate Alpine town. Located directly on the ski slopes and framed by age-old mountains, the newly designed Wiesergut is the new highlight in the Glemm valley, boasting minimalist decor, a fantastic Spa, and traditional cuisine.
Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Salzburg Alps, Austria
From €430 / night
Nestled in the middle of the Alberg mountains in the heart of the village of St Anton, the Himmlhof is a four-star alpine hideaway. Whether you wish to ski, hike winter trails, or lounge in your bathrobe, this boutique hotel is a warm and welcoming choice. Run by the Penz family, it is a love letter to their much-loved region and is designed to create the feeling of a home from home.
St. Anton am Arlberg, Austria
From €430 / night
Hôtel Bella Tola & St-Luc
Hotel Bella Tola is a historic mountain retreat in Switzerland’s picturesque Valais valley rooted in its surrounding nature. A generous white property with pretty blue shutters, the hotel is ideal for those planning to ski or snowshoe in the Saint-Luc and Chandolin areas in winter or hike and bike in summer.
St-Luc, Val d'Anniviers, Valais, Switzerland
From €240 / night
Saint Hubertus Resort
Immersed in a lush pine forest, Saint Hubertus Resort offers a breathtaking view of the impressive Matterhorn from the lesser-known Italian side. Breuil Cervinia, one of the most popular ski resorts in Europe, situated on the Swiss border and in the heart of the Western Alps, has an incomparable ski area. Designed with sober elegance by the famous architect Savin Couelle, Saint Hubertus Resort combines exclusive apartments with top-quality hotel services (restaurant, bar, champagne bar, library, swimming pool with thermal waters, spa, and gym) making this resort truly unique.
Breuil-Cervinia, Aosta Valley, Italy
From €300 / night
Biohotel Rupertus
A certified hotel, Rupertus is guided by the philosophy of a climate-neutral lifestyle. Set in the beautiful Salzburg Alps, it is a family-run affair with organic cuisine, wellness offerings to soothe the soul, and the ideal getaway for relaxation in both summer and winter.
Leogang, Salzburg Alps, Austria
From €278 / night
The Ullrhaus
In the summer of 2021, an extraordinary hotel opened in St. Anton am Arlberg: The Ullrhaus. The name is derived from the Nordic god of skiing - Ullr. He has found his home here. Where else but in St. Anton am Arlberg, the cradle of alpine skiing, should a ski god feel at home? A total of 88 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts offer the highest standard of safety and comfort. Arlberg has made a name for itself since 1937, the year the Galzigbahn opened. 305 kilometers of marked ski runs, superbly prepared slopes for all ability levels, and 200 km of off-piste terrain ensure variety and enjoyment.
St. Anton am Arlberg, Austria
From €375 / night
In the middle of the UNESCO World Heritage Site stands the ICARO, a retreat and energy oasis. Since 1936 ICARO has overlooked and lovingly guarded the Seiser Alm/Alpe di Siusi at 1,900m above sea level. From the Cir peaks over the Langkofel/Sasso Lungo to the Kesselkogel/Catinaccio d’Antermoia and on to the Schlern/Sciliar. The interior of the new ICARO convinces with contemporary, inspiring, and surprising elements. In the rooms and the suites, in the restaurant and at the bar, as well as in the pool and spa areas, unexpected new designs come as a surprise.
Alpe di Siusi, Dolomites, Italy
From €270 / night
Hotel Klosterbräu
Seefeld in Tyrol is located on a beautiful high plateau. The region was the scene of the Nordic disciplines during the Winter Olympics in 1964 and 1976. Here, the Alps are truly unique: they frame nature instead of taking it over. The landscape opens up sunny to the south from the Zugspitze, giving space to natural diversity and true joie de vivre. So wild and beautiful, with just one step you are already in the middle of it. Tyrol's most beautiful high plateau stretches between mountain and valley, forest and meadow, air and water. Welcome to 1,200 meters, where true diversity awaits!
Seefeld, Tyrol, Austria
From €392 / night
Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt
Part luxury spa hotel, part organic farm, the Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt is a legendary Tyrolean address that has been welcoming guests for more than 400 years. Set at the foot of the impressive Wilder Kaiser mountain range in Going, it is a quick 10-minute drive from ritzy Kitz and its brilliant skiing.
Going am Wilden Kaiser, Kitzbühel, Austria
From €320 / night
Originally built by miners in the 15th century, the Mesnerhaus has lived many previous lives during the centuries including as a schoolhouse and sacristan house. It became a restaurant in the 20th century and, since 2007, has been run with passion by Maria and Josef Steffner. Decorated with four Gault Millau toques, the haute cuisine menu is characterized by specialties from the Lungau region.
Mauterndorf, Lungau, Austria
From €175 / night
Naturhotel Forsthofgut
Four hundred years of history and family tradition have created strong roots for the Naturhotel Forsthofgut. A nature hotel and spa oasis steeped in Austrian nature, this retreat sits at the foot of the craggy Leogang Mountains and is a temple of relaxation. Every detail at this hotel is very special.
Leogang, Salzburg Alps, Austria
From €400 / night
Set above the Swiss ski resort of Crans-Montana at an altitude of 2112m, the Chetzeron marries alpine minimalism with breathtaking views over the highest peaks in the Alps. A former gondola lift station and restaurant, it was transformed into a hotel in 2014 and enjoys a secluded location, affording moments of peacefulness and relaxation.
Crans Montana, Switzerland
From €480 / night
Les Fermes de Marie
Up a quiet lane from Megève village, you will find Les Fermes de Marie, a clutch of centuries-old mountain farmhouses with rustic-luxe interiors. High up in the French Alps, this fashionable ski resort was put on the map back in the early 1900s by the Rothschild family, and this five-star hotel is one of its institutions.
Megève, France
From €490 / night
Hôtel Mont-Blanc
Located in the heart of Megève on the main square, Hôtel Mont-Blanc has been a fixture on the village’s impressive social scene since the glory days of the 1950s, when parties and prestigious dinners were in abundance.
Megève, France
From €360 / night
Zannier Hotels Le Chalet
A five-minute walk from the center of Megève, you will find the Zannier family’s Alpine outpost, luxuriously spread across three Savoie-style chalets. Once a gastronomic restaurant owned by the French chef Marc Veyrat, Le Chalet now comprises 12 suites and a slick spa, open during both winter and summer.
Megève, France
From €520 / night
The Omnia
THE OMNIA is a contemporary interpretation of the traditional mountain lodge in the glamorous Swiss resort of Zermatt. A quintessentially American concept, it has been reinvented for the Swiss Alps by the New York-based architect Ali Tayar. With its one-of-a-kind location, interior design, fine cuisine, and comprehensive wellness program, THE OMNIA strives to create an environment for moments of peace, in harmony with nature.
Zermatt, Switzerland
From €450 / night
Hotel Petrus
Hotel Petrus at Plan de Corones is a true family business: it’s run by three sisters, Christina, Brigitte, and Daniela, alongside their parents, Gerti and Hans. The perfect base for exploring South Tyrol, whether you want to mountain bike, hike, or ski. Set in the pretty town of Riscone, the hotel has an emphasis on health and well-being — pampering their guests, in short.
Brunico, Dolomites, South Tyrol, Italy
From €280 / night
Hotel Aurelio
Located on the famous “Schlegelkopf-Piste” with a stunning view overlooking Lech, the Aurelio provides the sophistication and comfort of a world-class hotel combined with the atmosphere and elegance of a private residence. The personal butler and concierge service ensure magic moments for their guests.
Lech am Arlberg, Austria
From €1,800 / night
Located in the UNESCO World heritage site of the Dolomites, the boutique Schgaguler hotel is the centrepiece of town in Castelrotto (Katelruth), one of the five villages that make up the Alpe di Siusi (Seiser Alm), Europe’s largest mountain plateau. After extensive renovations, Tobias and his family reopened in 2020.
Castelrotto, Alpe di Siusi, Dolomites, Italy
From €320 / night
Hotel Armentarola
The Armentarola enjoys one of the most magical settings in the Dolomites, set in the idyllic village of San Cassiano at the foot of the Lavarello, Conturines, and Lagazuoi mountains. Family-run, it started as a guesthouse in 1938 before transforming into one of Alta Badia’s most beautiful hotels.
San Cassiano, Alta Badia, Dolomites, Italy
From €320 / night
DAS EDELWEISS Salzburg Mountain Resort
Set in the foothills of the Grossarl mountains in the Salzburgerland region of Austria, not far from Salzburg, DAS EDELWEISS is a unique spa hotel with great cuisine.
Grossarl, Salzburg Alps, Austria
From €350 / night
Pensiun Aldier since 1865
The Pensiun Aldier is a charming little hotel in Sent, a beautifully preserved historic village in the sun-blessed Engadin. Set at 1443m, the hotel was built in 1865 and is an elegant home-from-home.
Sent, Engadin Valley, Switzerland
From €278 / night
La Perla
Surrounded by a ring of mountains known as the Sella Massif, La Perla is a jewel in the crown of Alta Badia, a unesco-rated region of the Italian Dolomites. Tucked away in the picturesque village of Corvara, this family-run hotel has been renowned for its exceptional service and for being a slice of la dolce vita in the mountains since it opened in the fifties.
Corvara, Alta Badia, Dolomites, Italy
From €550 / night
In the foothills of the Matterhorn, the symbol of Switzerland and the gateway to the Valais Alps, lies the classic winter resort of Zermatt. And nestled in this car-free village, surrounded by soaring peaks, you will find the Firefly. A sleek, family-run hotel with interiors that take the alpine aesthetic into the 21st century, it is more of a collection of private apartments that offer the freedom to follow your own rhythm.
Zermatt, Switzerland
From €390 / night
Rosuites auf Lichteben
The “Lichteben” Chalets sit at an altitude of 1,400m, perched high above the Zillertal valley in the heart of Tyrol. Overlooked by the Hochschwendberg, the chalets are a 10 minutes drive away from the village of Hippach, yet far enough from any bustle to enjoy a relaxing and restful break in the unspoiled nature of “Sidantal” Valley. Each of the newly built chalets boasts distinctive architecture, being either round, pointed, or rectangular.
Hippach, Zillertal, Austria
From €450 / night
Hotel Gasthof Krone
For more than 180 years, the Krone has overlooked the village square, seemingly unchanged, stoical, and serene. Helene Nussbaumer-Natter und Dietmar Nussbaumer, the Krone family’s third generation, runs the hotel on the principles of their ancestors and in the same spirit — but with their modern signature.
Hittisau, Bregenzerwald, Austria
From €210 / night


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