Hotel gets a 40 million facelift

The spa hotel Eggerwirt in St Michael, district of Lungau (state of Salzburg), will be modernised. In order to offer high comfort to their guests, the management plans to refurnish 40 rooms.

Although the hotel has been renovated regularly, the time for a large change has come. Eggerwirt has always been an oasis of peace and relaxation. Not only materials and colours, but also lights and sounds are coordinated. Family Moser, who owns the hotel, will now implement this philosophy in a luxurious way.

The new rooms were designed as energy sleeping suites: natural wood furniture like Swiss pine or spruce will dominate and deliver a cosy ambience and a nice smell. Exquisite materials and colours that radiate positive energy as well as special light effects will provide a homey and warm atmosphere.

Beds will be equipped with new relaxation mattresses. Moreover, a central switch will spare the sleeping guests from electrosmog and other disturbing factors.

As deep and healthy sleep is something rare in our world of stress, family Moser ensured that guests could find real peace and relax. Bathrooms will also be extended and most of the bathtubs will be replaced by luxurious showers.

The hotel is closed during the renovation works, which will probably end on 17 May 2013.