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DIRECT BOOKING<br>BENEFITS

DIRECT BOOKING
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304

 

A two-level appartment with a photograph straight out of a thriller.

Room size

45 m²

Number of persons

2-3

LOCATION
  • In the quiet Raingasse

AMENITIES
  • Maisonette
  • Large twin beds (200x210) made of local maple 
  • Soft down pillows and duvets 
  • Convenient bedside lighting controls 
  • Individual room temperature control 
  • Wengé wood floor, Gabbeh and Kelim carpets
  • Armchair and desk 
  • Kettle with TWG tea selection and instant coffee
  • Umbrella and Greif bag 
  • Dark green Tinos 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
  • Extra bed for child or adult 
  • Various pillows 
  • Iron and ironing board 
  • Laundry and shoe cleaning service 

GOOD TO KNOW
  • Attic room on two levels 
 

Karl Unterfrauner

 
In Room 304, the drawing ’Aria’ (ca. 1920) by Artur Nikodem (1870–1940) is placed alongside Karl Unterfrauner. Nikodem was a central figure of Tyrolean painting in the inter-war period. Taking late Impressionism and Art Nouveau as his starting point, he went on to reinterpret their decorative qualities in a more expressive style. Sensuality and Eros are among his main themes.
 
 

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