Rooms 24 /Architecture Gogl Architekten /Interior Design Martina Kröll, Josef Kröll, Nina Steinbacher-Wimmer /The Original Martina Kröll, Josef Kröll
Located directly on the ski slopes of Saalbach-Hinterglemm and framed by age-old mountains, a white four-story house rises above an ensemble of minimal, modern buildings with floor-to-ceiling windows. Josef (Sepp) and Martina Kröll have transformed a 14th-century family estate into a modern retreat that exudes organic warmth and comfort. A sanctuary of light, nature, and fresh air, this alpine hideaway keeps alive the Kröll family tradition of farm to table—with a twist. In the kitchen, chefs combine Austrian classics with experimental cuisine, all-seasoned with fresh-herbs grown in an outdoor garden grown literally within arm’s reach of the Wiesergut’s state-of-the-art kitchen. This commitment to preserving artisanal craft extends to the hotel’s 17 manor suites, four exclusive garden suites, and three brand new hideaway suites. Here, homespun luxury prevails. Bespoke furnishings by Austrian designers commissioned exclusively for Wiesergut adorn the hotel’s private quarters, from hand-blown glass chandeliers right down to the steel door handles. Due to high demand, this hotel has limited availability. Please call our reservations department for all stays.
SZG - Salzburg Airport
Food & Drink
Restaurant: Austrian and crossover cuisine, Piazza Lounge, Bar, Inner Courtyard
Spa & Recreation
Massage, Sauna, Yoga, Treatments, Physiotherapy, Indoor Pool, Spa Shop
Conference & Meetings
Indoor and Outdoor Meeting Spaces
Après-Ski, Proximity to the ski area
Rooms & Suites
Located amid the stunning natural beauty of Saalbach-Hinterglemm in the Austrian Alps, the 24 suites at Wiesergut have direct access to skiing and hiking in the region. Highlighting the awe-inspiring beauty of the mountains and valley outside with floor-to-ceiling windows, the suites are exercises in simplicity with untreated wood, stone, weather-tanned leather, and cozy natural materials creating cocoons from which to enjoy it all. In the garden suites, four-meter high glass facades let light flood into the spaces, while bathing options include a freestanding bathtub next to an open fireplace, which offers up views of the Glemmtal valley, and a hot tub on the sun terrace.
From the heights of their exquisite two-story lofted apartment atop the Wiesergut, Sepp and Martina Kröll they can survey their creation—and the mountain top Zwölferkogel—from their floor-to-ceiling windows. The personalized sense of hospitality here that Sepp Kröll instills in his team comes from generations of family experience. His great-grandmother transformed her manor into a guesthouse with an adjoining farm, a tradition his parents continued. His family experience in the business prompted Sepp to pursue formal training in gastronomy and farming, which he parlayed into his acclaimed mountainside restaurant Wieseralm. After meeting and marrying Martina, the two began to formulate their vision for a relaxed, restorative hideaway that emphasized traditional quality and contemporary innovation, while retaining its earthiness and traditional ties. ‘To me, luxury is fresh bread,’ Kröll explains. ‘It’s knowing that the chickens in the stall laid the eggs you ate for breakfast. Easy, and still beautiful.’