Arrive, check in, lie back – no matter whether you stay in a mountain hut, a designer hotel or on a campsite, relaxation is the number one priority in every accommodation.
While some guests spend their entire stay with us chilling out and re-charging their batteries, others are keen to try out some of the many outdoor activities on offer. Children can help collect eggs from the hens in the morning, while adults appreciate the spa facilities. The region’s many mountain huts are popular meeting places for hikers, rock climbers and skiers. Mountain bikers and cyclists can choose from more than 100 bike-friendly accommodation options. Families looking for an unforgettable break in the Alps can book a holiday on the farm at one of 400 farmsteads, some of which have specialised in family holidays. Those who like to reside in style will find a selection of chic designer hotels with eye-catching architecture as well as luxurious spa hotels for the ultimate in relaxation. Finally, visitors who like to stay flexible while on holiday can book a pitch at one of the region’s 90 campsites, many of which offer facilities similar to those found in a hotel.