Our Idea of a Perfect Holiday

The old-school idea of a romantic getaway in the mountains used to be a room in a castle hotel. The Arlberg Chalets, however, promise a contemporary holiday in the Arlberg region: Environment-conscious wooden houses surrounded by pristine nature, no heavy traffic and an experience close to the everyday reality in the Alps.

The idea for the Arlberg holiday chalets was born out of the thought that in our fast-paced daily life, quality time has become more important than leisure. Enjoy precious private moments with family and friends – this is guaranteed in the Arlberg Chalets. You will have everything you need and you can enjoy every comfort. We are particularly careful to ensure that you will experience precious moments and maybe make some of the most beautiful memories of your life during a stay without stress, noise or tourist kitsch.

The proximity to the tourist destinations Lech, Zürs, St. Anton, St. Christoph and Stuben am Arlberg make the Arlberg Chalets a world-class destination – you will be away from the hustle and bustle, and yet right in the middle of it!

During evening strolls through our romantic mountain village of Wald am Arlberg, childhood memories may come back from a time when your favorite little things had great personal value.

In Wald am Arlberg, children will find their playground in nature, on colorful flower meadows and in the pine forests. The authentic life in an Austrian mountain village is only one step from your chalet.

The tap water has mineral water quality and comes straight from a mountain spring. In the summer, the air is so cool and pleasantly dry that peaceful nights are guaranteed. By the way, mosquitoes do not like our altitude.

The ecological landscape architecture combines contemporary elements with those of an alpine village that has evolved over the centuries. It blends harmoniously into the unique mountain scenery, providing the perfect setting for a home amid breathtakingly romantic natural surroundings.

Vorarlberg is considered the pioneer of innovative alpine architecture, which has been awarded several times.