Blumen Haus Lech, will soon offer the ultimate Alpine retreat in the Austrian mountains, when this extraordinary nine suite hotel launches on 1 December 2016.
Hotly anticipated, Blumen Haus Lech is British businessman Andrew Flowers’ first foray into the hospitality world and will redefine the luxury landscape in Lech, raising the bar for boutique hotels in Austria and beyond.
Commanding an outstanding position in the heart of one of the world’s premier ski destinations, known to attract a glittering blend of royalty and the well-heeled, Blumen Haus Lech will surpass all expectations with its nine super-suites, fine dining restaurant, indoor infinity pool, high-altitude hypoxic chamber, contemporary works of art and official partnership with high-end ski brand, Indigo.
Effortlessly blending the best of the old with the new, Blumen Haus Lech has been thoughtfully designed by Reinhard Strasser to combine tradition with exceptional style, comfort and state of the art technology. Clad with reclaimed wood from the Tyrolian region and with a copper roof according to Alpine tradition, this is a hotel that pays respect to its history, yet understands its guest’s desire for unsurpassed modern luxuries.
Blumen Haus Lech’s nine stylish suites will need to be seen to be believed. The sumptuous bedroom, living space and wet-room style bathroom will feature the finest furnishings from Italian studio Minotti; luxurious Egyptian cotton bed linen and intuitive touches include state of the art fireplaces, Loewe TVs with access to NetFlix, Revox sound-systems and IPad wall activations to control everything from the lighting to air conditioning or heating. To disconnect, guests can step out onto a private balcony and terrace for stunning mountain views.
Fresh air and mountain exploration calls for long luxurious dining experiences and Blumen Haus Lech’s restaurant, Marmotta by Steven Ellis, won’t disappoint. Executive Chef Barbara Mairhofer, who was trained by Gordon Ramsay, will treat guests to exceptional dishes with a British twist and a quintessential afternoon tea will be complemented with a glass of Pol Roger champagne; the perfect welcome home from a day on the slopes. At Blumen Haus Lech, a multi-functional event space will house a temperature controlled wine cellar for tastings, private dinners and exclusive events, whilst the Alpine inspired bar will be the place to be seen for delicious cuisine, après-ski, aperitifs and post-dinner drinks.
Blumen Haus Lech is an Alpine retreat for year round enjoyment. The destination is best known for its phenomenal skiing and is soon to be Austria’s largest interconnected ski area, owing to new lift connections. Yet it is also a beautiful destination to visit in the summer for hiking, painting, high altitude training or simply savouring its pastures and peaks at their uncrowded best. Blumen Haus Lech provides an idyllic base from which to explore the beauty of Lech, all year round.
Prices at Blumen Haus Lech will start from approx. £2,000 per suite per night and is inclusive of a bottle of Pol Roger Rose Brut Champagne on arrival, Indigo ski equipment and servicing, daily breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and a la carte dinner at Marmotta by Steven Ellis restaurant or in suite, mini-bar in suite, transfers to and from ski lifts and complimentary use of sauna, steam room, swimming pool, Technogym and infrared cabin facilities.