A warm welcome and desire for vitality? Over the last few years, the owners of the Nesslerhof, Tina and Hermann Neudegger, and their team of “guest whisperers” have listened very closely to what guests want from their next holiday at the Nesslerhof. These requests formed the basis of extension and building works, of an even more relaxing and diverse holiday destination. A destination full of vitality, or what you might call natural happiness.
Highlights since July 2023: We were curious and invited hotel owner Tina Neudegger for an interview. “At the hotel, the demand among guests for large suites with their own spa was very high. For that reason, we’ve made the suites on the fourth floor of the main building even more luxurious,” explains Tina. All of the suites on the top floor now boast large terraces and an unparalleled view, and four of them have a hot tub or sauna in the outdoor area.
“The highlight is our 194 m2 rooftop suite Bergmagie with its own 3 x 8 metre pool and a sauna on the south-facing terrace. While swimming, you can marvel at the unobstructed view of the striking Großarl mountain landscape – it’s like nothing you’ll find anywhere else,” enthuses Tina. The popular south-facing double rooms have also been extended, and you can now watch the sunrise and sunset from the bath.
Other new features in the main building include a large dining area, cosy restaurants, two new terraces – one with hazy morning sun and one with warm evening sun – a blossoming garden full of herbs and other plants, a wine room and the hotel bar called The Spirit, which is perfect for cosy evenings by the fire. And of course, your car will get a treat as well, because it’ll be parked in the new two-storey underground car park, where all cars will now be kept safe and dry, and charged if they’re electric.
But that’s not all the news and latest on the renovation: work is currently being carried out on expanding sechzehndreiundvierzig , where a total of four different room categories are being created. From winter 2023, it will be home to brand new suites featuring an Alpine and modern design. “It’s called sechzehndreiundvierzig because that’s the year the Nesslerhof was first mentioned,” says Tina, revealing the secret behind the name of the extension.
And of course, the guest requests for the spa haven’t gone unnoticed. In future, wellness lovers won’t just be able to enjoy the lovely adults-only spa with its various saunas and eight relaxation rooms, but also a new, impressive 1,370 m² water landscape. The outdoor pool with integrated hot tub and loungers was extended to 25 metres based on numerous guest requests. It is positioned alongside the natural swimming pond, whose water area has also been enlarged to approx. 800 m². New relaxation spaces and seating areas plus a small garden bar in the spa round off the wellness offering during your holiday or spa day.