ZHERO - ISCHGL/KAPPL
79 rooms & suites
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Nestled among the stunning peaks of the Verwall, Samnaun and Silvretta mountain ranges, Zhero - Ischgl/Kappl offers innovative architecture and design that impresses without upstaging the beauty of its surroundings. Designed by architect Manfred Jager, the translucent building is constructed of materials such as glass, wood and stone. Its shimmering façade reflects the natural splendour around it while simultaneously making a striking visual impression.
The Zhero Hotel Group is known for fusing advanced global design with local tradition; its hotel interiors perfectly mirror fashion and zeitgeist to create new perspectives. Zhero - Ischgl/Kappl is no exception: employing local materials such as stone, fur and wood, the interior surfaces are inspired by the hotel’s natural surroundings, while a mix of custom-made and top-brand furnishings and accessories reflect cutting-edge style. You’ll find items from Italian brands such as Minotti and Bottega Veneta – perfectly complementing the in-house fashion boutique. Would-be Alpine adventurers will find perfect comfort in the hotel’s 79 rooms and suites, including single and double rooms as well as nine Junior Suites and four Penthouse Suites. Penthouse guests can enjoy private butler service, although with the hotel’s friendly, multi lingual staff, traveller might find that all their needs are already taken care of.
The hotel offers no shortage of opportunities for mountain relaxation. Enjoy high-class drinks and cigars by the fireplace in the bar and lounge area, or visit the 750-square-meter spa, complete with four saunas, an indoor pool, a steam room and professional massage therapies and beauty treatments. At the hotel gym, there’s all the Technogym equipment you need to get fit for the slopes.
Stay at Zhero - Ischgl/Kappl and experience the Zhero Hotel Group’s unique symbiosis of fashion appeal, high design, luxury and comfort, combining groundbreaking architecture and local Austrian authenticity.