The highly anticipated SEVERIN*S – The Alpine Retreat is stepping into 2017 in style, following its official opening on 22 December.
Bringing a new level of luxury to Lech, SEVERIN*S – The Alpine Retreat is delighted to have begun welcoming guests to enjoy this extraordinary luxury chalet hotel, which offers nine sumptuous suites, a fine dining restaurant and Alpine inspired bar, wine cellar, swimming pool, spa, state of the art gym, as well as a four-bedroom private residence with a home cinema, office and hot-tub.
Clad in reclaimed Tyrolian wood with a stone facade and featuring an eye-catching copper roof, SEVERIN*S – The Alpine Retreat blends effortlessly into Lech’s beautiful landscape, with special care placed on the use of traditional building materials.
Inside, exceptional interiors await where Alpine charm has been combined with contemporary touches to provide every modern comfort in stylish surrounds. Guests can expect furnishings by Italian studio Minotti, cosy fireplaces at every turn, walls adorned with modern works of art curated by Vienna’s Contemporary Art Advisors and state of the art technology.
SEVERIN*S – The Alpine Retreat’s nine stylish suites provide spacious bedrooms and separate living areas with private terraces boasting sweeping views over the mountains. Three of the nine suites can be adapted to accommodate families but those looking for added space and privacy those can enjoy the delights of the four-bedroom private residence spanning two floors and complete with home cinema, free-standing bath tub in the master suite, private kitchen and bar, outdoor hot-tub and office.
In November 2016, the Gustav Zech Foundation signed the contract to take over what was then called the Blumen Haus hotel development, through the acquisition of shares in the Blumenberg Anstalt.