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DIRECT BOOKING<br>BENEFITS

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202

 

A room for the light-hearted. With comics all round.

Room size

41 m²

Number of persons

2-4

LOCATION
  • In the quiet Raingasse

AMENITIES
  • Large twin beds (200x210) made of local maple 
  • Soft down pillows and duvets 
  • Convenient bedside lighting controls 
  • Individual room temperature control 
  • Wengé wood floor, blue Gabbeh carpet 
  • Couch corner and desk 
  • Kettle with TWG tea selection and instant coffee 
  • Umbrella and Greif bag 
  • Light Skyros marble bathroom with bathtub
  • Certified organic cosmetics with delicate Alpine herbal fragrance 

ALWAYS
  • Free Wi-Fi, safe, interactive 32“ sat-TV with radio, telephone, minibar, hairdryer, make-up mirror, bathrobe, slippers 

ON REQUEST
  • Connecting door to Comfort Room 203
  • Extra bed for child or adult 
  • Various pillows 
  • Iron and ironing board 
  • Laundry and shoe cleaning service
 

Heinz Mader

 
In Room 202, Georg Merkel (1881–1976) calls the impulsive South Tyrolean artist to order with his drawing ’Getting Dressed’ (ca. 1930). Merkel was a member of the Viennese artists’ group ’Hagebund’. He strove for a timeless classical quality in his work, and drew his inspiration from the great French artists Poussin, de Chavannes and Cézanne.
 
 

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