- Capacity: Guests: 90
- Spaces: 1901 Restaurant, Almstube, Attic Suite, Junior Suite, Lounge, Terrace
- Facilities: Astrumontis Spa, Gym, Jacuzzi, Restaurants, Sauna, Solarium, Thai Massage, Wellness Centre
- Food and Beverage: 1901 lounge & Restaurant, Austrian Cuisine, Maiensee Stuben, Wine Cellar
- Events: Celebrations, Christmas Parties, Conferences, Corporate Incentives, Honeymoons, Meetings, Private Party, Product Launches, Romantic, Seminars, Sporting Events
- Decor: Alpine Chic, Austrian, Classic, Marble, Modern Alpine Design, Sun-Terrace, Traditional
- Extras: Airport Transfers, Close to the Ski Lift, Excursions, Ski passes, Wine Cellar
- Recognition: A Member Of Prestigious Venues, Highly Commended in Prestigious Star Awards 2015, Highly Commended in Prestigious Star Awards 2016, Highly Commended Prestigious Star Awards 2014
In the very heart of the Alps, Hotel Maiensee in St. Christoph enjoys one of the absolute best locations in the Arlberg. Ringed by fantastic mountain scenery the hotel offers a variety of spaces for corporate and private events, including private parties, corporate incentives, product launches and intimate conferences.
Hotel Maiensee is a luxurious and restful chalet hotel in the ski town of St.Christoph. Nestled in the Arlberg, a region offering some of Austria's finest skiing, it is the perfect winter retreat. The hotel can be hired exclusively making it ideal for a private family celebration, an intimate corporate event or incentive trip.
From the moment you step into the hotel, you feel instantly at home. After a day on the slopes you can lounge by the open fires in the 1901 lounge and restaurant while you are treated to a variety of the finest Austrian cuisines. To accompany the culinary delights, the hotel provides some outstanding wines from the hotel's own cellar cut into the solid bedrock below the building. The Bauernstube, Kaminstube and Almstube rooms feature stunning 500 year old wood fittings and traditional Austrian decor, invoking a sense of great Austrian tradition and heritage.
If you are looking to hold an intimate conference or a product launch, there are a variety of suitable spaces. The Almstube is a warm and inviting space that can comfortably accommodate 45 and comes complete with meeting facilities and a projector. The Arlbergpasshöhe is an alternative meeting space adjacent to the hotel, perfect as a break out space or for meetings. 1901 restaurant can also be hired exclusively for board meetings or private parties. The hotel can also create a bespoke package catering to the needs of a group, including airport transfers, ski passes, private dining events and excursions.
When it comes to the rooms, all are cosy and arranged with explicit attention to detail. Up to six deluxe rooms can be individually joined together on one floor, and many have luxurious marble bathrooms. Some rooms feature balconies that look out on to the slopes, offering a private space to experience the true beauty of the region. Skiing fun starts on the doorstep of Hotel Maiensee as it is a 'Ski-in, Ski-out hotel, so you don't need to go far to get to the snow. Explore the Arlberg ski area, consisting of 94 state-of-the-art lifts and cable cars across 340 km of pistes of all degrees of difficulty. Once you've finished skiing, relax your post skiing muscles in the `Astrumontis Spa´ offering a bio-Swiss stone pine-soft-sauna, infrared sauna, crystal steam bath, solarium, jacuzzi and mineral showers with pure arlbergian spring water. So if you are looking for an extra special winter retreat, a unique venue for a seminar, or a corporate incentive location, you can be sure that Hotel Maiensee will meet all your requirements and more.
As a family-run business marked by a long tradition of hospitality and a passionate attachment to the surroundings, Hotel Maiensee is a true gem. The "1901 lounge & restaurant", recalls the foundation date of the world's oldest skiing club the 'Skiclub Arlberg' on 3rd of January 1901, right in St. Christoph.
The Arlberg is a mountain range between Vorarlberg and Tyrol in Austria. The highest peak is the "Valluga" at 2,811 metres (9,222 ft). The name Arlberg derives from the tradition of the "Arlenburg," who are said to have once established themselves on the Tyrolean side of the Arlberg passes (1,793 m over sea level). The old pass route was known since the 14th century in the form of a narrow mule track where people began to trade salt in this region. With the rise of motor traffic in the 20th century, the roads became inadequate and it was decided that a 14 kilometres (9 mile) long Arlberg Road Tunnel would be built between Langen and St. Anton. On July 5, 1974 the work began and the passage was opened to traffic on December 1, 1978.