Forsthofalm Holzhotel

Forsthofalm was built in 1972 and re-opened in August 2013 as first seven-floor floor biological solid wood hotel in Austria. The hotel is directly located on the ski slopes of Leogang, Austria and is nestled in the mountains and enveloped by meadows and forests. With one of the most prominent ski region ‚Saalbach-Hinterglemm- Leogang’ right on its doorstep the Forsthofalm is the perfect starting point to discover the Austrian mountains. The highlight of the hotel is the new and unique concept. The Forsthofalm is made of 100 % timber, stone, glass and indigenous materials, blending effortlessly into the landscape. The solid wood building is held together with beechwood dowels – no glue or nails are used. The Sky Spa, 1,000sqm with 360° panoramas, offers 300 sqm rooftop terrace with swimming pool, sauna landscape with Finish sauna, steam room and bio sauna, individual rest areas, specially appointed cosy nest, hammocks, chimney lounge, natural garden with bio pond, Kneipp pool and sunbathing area with comfortable wooden deckchairs and much more. The bar and restaurant Kukka serves food, from local farmers and suppliers, according to the seasons and offers different cooking methods from the charcoal grill and a colourful selection of steaks, fish or vegan specialities.

The Forsthofalm offers 56 rooms & suites ranging from 35 to 70 sqm. All of the rooms feature fabulous bathrooms and large balconies or terraces with breathtaking views. Another highlight are the Secret Forest Suites that feature a hanging bed and an outdoor sauna on the private balcony and the Master Suites that feature a 180° panoramic bathroom and freestanding bathtub, lounge with home theatre and walk-in dressing room.

Rates start at EUR 119 per person incl. the Forsthofalm cuisine secrets with breakfast buffet, afternoon Jause, 5-course dinner & the Forsthofalm Sinnclusive services.

In 2013 the Forsthofalm recieved 1 Lilly, for the fourth time, from the Relax Guide and once again in 2014  the restaurant Kukka received a Gaut Millau toque.

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