Need to know
Nine suites and a standalone residence.
11am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 4pm.
Double rooms from $773.66 (€690), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €2.40 per person per night on check-out.
Rates include à la carte breakfast and dinner, shuttles to the ski lifts and the drinks in your minibar.
All of the hotel’s artwork was chosen by experts from Contemporary Art Advisors, a collective of art experts based in Vienna. The works will change from time to time, making the hotel something of a gallery.
The hotel will be closed from 24 April 2019 to 6 December 2019.
The hotel is closed every summer.
At the hotel
Heated ski lockers; wine cellar; children’s playroom; free WiFi throughout; laundry service. In rooms: working fireplace; Loewe HDTV; free minibar; Nespresso coffee machine; tea and a kettle; free bottled water; La Biosthetique bath products.
Our favourite rooms
Walled with thick timber, each suite has a glass-encased fireplace, Minotti furniture and a stone-clad soaking tub in the bathroom. The beds are made by Austrian design house Wittmann, and are topped with luxuriously thick duvets that keep even the frostiest Alpine night at bay. The Senior Suites have spacious living areas, and the Family Suites have bunks hidden behind sliding wall panels. Split over two levels, the Residence sleeps up to eight in extravagant style, and has a living room with a grand piano, a private cinema and a hot tub.
The heated pool is in the spa area, and cuts a suave figure thanks to its slate-clad walls, rustic timber roof and stylish taupe sunloungers. At 12.5 meters, it’s generously sized for a small hotel, and has submerged loungers, a countercurrent system and a waterfall that’ll help loosen your neck and shoulders after a day on the mountain.
Evidently aware of the importance of a good sauna in a ski hotel, the team behind the stylish spa didn't build just one – at Severin’s, you choose from an infrared, ‘bio’ or steam sauna. If it’s a massage you’re after, you can book in with a professional physiotherapist who’ll tailor the session to your particular needs. Active types will be pleased with the gym, which has top-of-the-range Technogym machines and space for yoga and other floor exercises.
Statement sunglasses for long, leisurely lunches on the slopes.
All public areas are wheelchair accessible, but there aren’t any adapted rooms.
Dogs can stay for €60 a night, which gets them a bed and a bowl. See more pet-friendly hotels in Lech.
All ages are welcome. There are two family suites, and there’s a children’s playroom with a snooker, foosball and ping pong table. Babysitting is available from €17 an hour; a day’s notice is needed when booking.