A house just like the landscape on which it was built: The resort Aradira located in Kappl in Austria displays modern alpine architecture. The name Aradira means farmland and reveals its connection with Tyrolean tradition. Local materials were used in its construction, but in a modern interpretation. Wood and slate, large areas of glass and cubic forms are the essential elements in this mountain living experience.
In the two-story apartments, the bedrooms are on the entrance level and the living room upstairs. Two units have an additional bedroom that is accessible from the roof terrace. The furnishings are simple and reduced. Felt is used as a common design feature, each apartment being decorated in a different colour. The main focus, however, is on the fantastic view of the majestic mountains of the Silvretta.
There is a sauna and wellness area, which can be used by all guests.
Kappl and Ischgl are famous for skiing.