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This Gorgeous Glass Hotel in the Austrian Alps is a Winter Must Stay
Nicole Bradley
byNicole Bradley
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WIESERGUT

Wiesern 48, Hinterglemm, Austria

This architectural dream, is a glass house that definitely beats your typical winter cabin. Nestled in the breathtaking rolling hills and towering mountains of the Austrian Alps, this cozy hotel is an incredibly distinctive treasure. Not only is Wiesergut surrounded by beautiful scenery, but it’s available to book now. Go ahead, go with your gut and book your next getaway here.





In n’ Out

When choosing a room to book at Wiesergut, you’ll have two options. The Garden Suites are airy, open rooms that seamlessly blend the interior and exteriors of the space, so it’s almost like you’re sleeping in the mountains and pastures. Meanwhile, the Manor Suites focus on the internal architecture and design of the room, with its untouched wooden furniture, cozy fabrics, and mod lighting.





Farm-to-Table Bliss

Wiesergut, which has been standing since 1350, still holds its core values. This is especially accurate when it comes to food. All of the food offered at Wiesergut is as fresh as it comes—from the farmland that the hotel sits on. Not only that, but the courtyard in the center of the hotel has herb and vegetable gardens, meaning this is the freshest menu you’ll ever see at a hotel.

Book your stay at Wiesergut here →





Relax & Restore

Whether you’re looking for mind and body refuge or want to get up and get moving, Wiesergut offers both options. The hotel’s spa is the solution to pure relaxation, as they take pride in treatments such as massages, saunas, cosmetic peels, and yoga. On the flip side, Wiesergut is not far from the slopes, offering countless hours of skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and snowshoeing.

 




Austrian Villages

A short 10-minute walk from the Wiesergut is the quaint village of Saalbach-Hinterglemm. This cheerful ski resort village has traditional Austrian buildings and streets are limited to pedestrians, making it a picture-perfect town. You can also expect the village to be lively from mid-afternoon into the early hours; be prepared to witness a number of skiers, still in their boots, clunking from one pub to the next.

Book your stay at Wiesergut here →


Photography: Wiesergut

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