Hotel Arlberg in Lech: the ideal destination this winter

26 November 2019

April French Furnell

A newly expanded spa, stylish pop up yurt and extended range of accommodation, makes Hotel Arlberg in Lech the ideal destination this winter - whether you’re an avid skier or just keen on the apres-ski.

Set in the alpine village of Lech, the independent, family-run hotel has a strong emphasis on alpine design and excellent cuisine, and offers convenient ski in/ski out access. It has enjoyed a transformation over the past year, thanks to third generation owners Benjamin and Patrick. This young, married couple have invested in the hotel’s wellbeing proposition, accommodation suites and wider offering. 

New Subterranean Spa

Brand new for winter 2019/2020,Hotel Arlberg unveils a beautifully designed, subterranean spa extension, complete with glass courtyards, library and relaxation rooms. This is in addition to renovations in the summer, which welcomed a heated outdoor pool with integrated whirlpool, terrace with bar, as well as a new spa area, surrounded by landscaped gardens and natural vegetation. New amenities for winter include Le Labo fragrances.

Sophisticated Apres Ski

Offering a more elegant and sophisticated alternative to the typical apres ski scene, a new pop up Mongolian yurt features this winter in Hotel Arlberg’s gardens.  Guests at the Apres Ski Hut, can enjoy a wide selection of quality wines and long drinks throughout the winter season.  

Newly renovated rooms

Furthermore, the hotel has renovated 11 rooms and will launch a new two-bedroom family suite, with bunk beds, fireplace and large terrace this winter.

With over 300km of runs, Lech is already a popular ski destination and a great option for beginners and families, as well as those more experienced on the slopes. Alternative activities include snow shoe hiking, cross country skiing, sledging and horse-drawn sleigh rides.

Prices at Hotel Arlberg start from EUR 600 per double room per night on half board basis. Fly to Zurich airport, from where it is a scenic 2.5 hour car ride, or Innsbruck airport where it’s just an hour’s transfer.


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