Wedged above the sweeping Paznaun Valley near the Swiss border, Bergwiesenglück is a destination unto itself for the breathtaking vistas alone.
During the winter, diehard skiers come to relish in one of the country’s most beloved resorts, the Bergbahnen See GesmbH. Later, with the arrival of the warmer months, the valley transforms into an enchanting ensemble of pastel-colored fields, gurgling streams, and dense forest pines.
Guests can arrive from the Innsbruck airport in about an hour, while the Landeck train station is only 20 minutes away. Skiers can expect to get to the slopes in a matter of minutes by jumping on-board any one of the frequent free shuttle buses.
Rooms & Suites
Inside each of the 12 chalets, the architects have managed to blend tradition and modernity as one. Exposed timber flooring and walls take center stage, elegantly complemented by design furniture from flashy Euro brands. Of course, a list of the latest mod-cons and a fully equipped kitchenette confirm you're still firmly in the 21st century.
The smaller two-bedroom suites are no less charming. Expect to find the same eclectic mix of old and new, albeit with less room to move.
Regardless of which you choose, you’ll note that each lodgings contemporary touch complements their traditional Austrian alpine design.
Spa & Wellness
Few things in life are as relaxing as resting your aching muscles in a piping hot sauna and spa after a tiring day skiing the slopes or hiking through the hills. And at the Bergwiesenglück, you can do precisely that in blissful solitude.
Every one of their luxury 6-person chalets comes with a private steamy spa, a warm pot on the terrace, and a piping hot rain shower, all with gorgeous mountain views. You won’t have to share your precious sauna space with strangers in these chalets, nor will you need to consider the temperature of fellow guests. Throw as many hot rocks onto the burner as you want in your very own private sauna and spa.
For a spot of swimming with an elevated view unlike any you’ve seen before, you’ll need to make your way to the hotel infinity pool. Occupying a spectacular position overlooking the valley floor, swimming in this Instagram-worthy pool feels like floating on thin air.
If the weather is warm enough, the adjacent deck is an idyllic spot to sunbathe with stunning panoramic views.
Food & Drink
Amicable Austrian hospitality is alive and well at the Bergwiesenhof, a multi-functional building that’s home to the resort’s flagship restaurant.
Expect to find an array of local specialties on the menu, with meaty steaks, steamy stews, and tasty soups taking center stage. Each hearty traditional meal is made from the finest locally produced ingredients and cooked by a team of highly trained chefs.
After a lengthy spa session, you’ll likely want to reach peak relaxation with a stiff drink or two. The Bergwiesenhof serves exquisite Austrian beers and fine imported wines, not to mention a few local classics such as Almdudler and schnapps.
The Bergwiesenglück is much more than just a ski resort. During the summer months is when the Paznaun Valley comes alive, transforming into a hiker’s paradise and an idyllic romantic escape.
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Hot stone massage/Aromatherapy massage/Other treatments on request/
Facials/Cosmetic treatments available/
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