Arlberg Lodges

Stuben is the smallest village on the Arlberg massif in Austria with just over 30 houses to its name. The Arlberg Lodges blend in perfectly with their surroundings, their shape being similar to that of the neighbouring houses. But a closer look at the wooden façade reveals that they are a modern version of these traditional chalets. Both inside and out, the design is simple and modern. The 8 apartments offer space for 4 to 6 people with 80 square metres of floorspace each. Each apartment features an open living, dining and cooking area, and two bedrooms. A balcony with mountain views also comes included, but the Panorama Wellness area – with a Finnish sauna, sanarium, salt steam bath and outdoor Jacuzzi – also offers beautiful views.

What to do

Hiking, climbing, mountain biking or river rafting. Winter sports (the Arlberg region is famous as an alpine skiing paradise).

Why we like this house

Beautiful, simple apartments in a great location – in the village centre and very close to the mountains. The cherry on the cake is the wellness area, which is perfect for relaxing after hitting the slopes.

This house is great for

Families.

Details

Region/Town AT – Austria, Vorarlberg, Stuben am Arlberg
Name ARLBERG LODGES
Scenery mountain valley in the Alps
Number of guests Apartments for max. 4 or 6 people.
Completed 2011
Design Marcus Ender Atelier Ender, AT-Nüziders
Architecture Modern
Accomodation Apartment, Hotel
Criteria 1-2 (house/apartment), 1-4 (house/apartment), 1-6 (house/apartment), Apartments combinable, Family, Hiking, Mountains, Skiing, Spa
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