Need to know
A total of 24, all suites.
11am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 2pm.
Double rooms from $401.25 (€355), excluding tax at 13 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional service charge of €2.00 per person per night on check-out.
Rates include an à la carte breakfast, use of the spa and, in summer, a pass that provides guests with free access to Hinterglemm’s mountain railways and cable cars. There’s a minimum stay of seven nights during peak season and holiday periods.
Spa treatments and spinning bikes can be brought to your room and guests are free to pluck fruit from the onsite orchard. The hotel has four Rotwild mountain bikes that can be borrowed, free.
Wiesergut closes during spring and autumn: from 11 April to 12 July in 2018, and from mid-April to mid-May in 2019.
At the hotel
Spa with a Finnish sauna; pool; small gym with fitness classes such as yoga and pilates; free Wi-Fi. In rooms: flatscreen TV; yoga mat; minibar; espresso machine; tea-making kit; Susanne Kaufmann bath products.
Our favourite rooms
The Gutshof Suites in the main manor house feel snug without compromising on space, particularly those with a balcony and views over the surrounding hills. Done up in the hotel’s signature pared-back palette of light wood and stone, they’re full of supremely soft fabrics and let in masses of natural light; it’s the perfect place to hole up and watch snowstorms swirl outside. In the Hideaway Suites, you can slalom your way from the slopes straight into a private garden, complete with your own sauna and a hot tub for thawing frosty feet.
The heated indoor pool is in the spa, surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over meadows and mountains in summer or swathes of snow in winter; children are welcome as long as under-12s are supervised. On the other side of the glass walls, there's an 80sq m outdoor heated infinity pool with built-in sunloungers.
Wiesergut’s spa makes the most of its soul-soothing setting by bringing the Alps indoors. Lotions and potions come from Susanne Kaufmann, who packs her products with Alpine plants, and water is sourced from the hotel’s own well; Alpine-inspired elements like warm pine-wood chips replace hot stones in specially adapted treatments. Stretch out aching limbs at private yoga sessions, sink into some guided meditation or soak beside an open fire with your significant other in a lavender-infused outdoor bath.
Bring your most stylish ski goggles and a Fitbit so you can smugly order a second apple strudel.
Common areas and suites located in the main manor are wheelchair accessible. Extra beds can be added to Manor Suite Bliss, Garden Suites and Hideaway Suites for €70 a night for kids aged 5-12, and €120 a night for teens from 13-17.
Pets are welcome for €30 a night (but aren’t allowed in the spa or restaurant). See more pet-friendly hotels in Hinterglemm.
Children of all ages are welcome and under-4s stay for free. They can run riot on the hotel lawns and the restaurant has a playroom (and a children’s menu), however, there isn’t much else to entertain them on the property.
Meals at Wiesergut are made with organic, locally sourced produce, much of it grown onsite on the hotel’s family-run farm; there’s also a wild herb garden and orchard. Food waste is composted, bathrooms are stocked with eco-friendly products from Susanne Kaufmann and energy-saving lightbulbs are used throughout.