Our Walserberg is a family affair. How it all started

Irene and Thomas Walch made the Walserberg what it is today. The next generation is already playing its part. Martin is responsible for the bakery in Lech and Warth which he runs with real dedication. Caroline is the capable head of reception, as well as a reassuring presence in the Wellness complex. Simon is our third generation hotelier. Together with the hotel team we all combine to pool our enthusiasm, new ideas and personal interests, both openly and behind the scenes, to further the best interests of our guests.

So we would like to say a big THANK YOU and wish you a very happy and enjoyable holiday in our Arlberg gourmet hotel.
Yours, the Walch family

Life’s good when you enjoy your job!

Since 1964 the Hotel Walserberg has offered direct access to skiing and mountain activities. Our history began with the bakery, which our grandfather Vinzenz Walch opened in Warth over 50 years ago. Today, many years later, we still enjoy baking fresh daily bread for our guests. But this is by no means all. In our family-run 4-star hotel we are totally committed to ensuring an enjoyable and unforgettable holiday for our guests. Over the years each family member has found his or her own niche in the business. Junior boss Simon devotes himself to culinary matters and leads the service team. Sister Caroline is in charge of reception and co-ordinates the hotel wellness team. Brother Martin is the master baker who runs the Lech and Warth bakery. And parents Thomas and Irene are always on hand when needed to help the younger generation with advice and active support.

Milestones in the family business

Just like good bread dough, a successful business needs time to mature. Over the years we have invested a lot of steady hard work and dedication to attain our present family-run 4-star hotel. Want to know the secret of good team work? It’s simple: showing mutual respect and really enjoying what you’re doing!

  • 1964: Grandparents Vinzenz and Ida Walch open the bakery on the Walserberg in Warth.
  • 1965: A café and guest rooms with hot and cold running water are added.
  • 1982: Conversion to a B&B guest house. Son Thomas and daughter-in-law Irene take over the business, and the simple guest rooms are turned into a B&B guest house
  • 1990: All rooms are converted to premium rooms.
  • 1991: Transition to half board and other hotel facilities. The hotel’s in-house restaurants are opened including a pizzeria and café.
  • 2003: Extension of the Panorama Wellness oasis.
  • 2004: Extension of the hotel with 20 new designer rooms and suites. New – Caroline’s apartment in Warth community centre.
  • 2006: Opening of the Walser lounge.
  • 2008: Renovation of 12 double rooms.
  • 2015: We celebrate Hotel Walserberg’s 50th anniversary!
  • 2016: Caroline’s apartment in Au in the Bregenzerwald extends our range of accommodation.
  • 2019: Simon becomes a third generation hotelier; son Martin from the Lech bakery takes over the winter bakery in Warth.
  • 2020: Hotel Walserberg and the hotel website are reinvented with a fresh corporate design. The romantic suites’ new facelift provides a really stylish ambience.
  • 2021: On 2nd July 2021 the Hotel Walserberg reintroduced its summer programme for the first time in over 10 years, and our hotel trademark Mountain.Enjoyment was born.

Rooms and suites

Comfortably designed in a natural alpine style, our welcoming rooms and suites are the perfect place to relax and dream. Enjoy warm, colourful furnishings, windows with panoramic views of the mountains and lots of space to breathe.

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Hotel Walserberg - included services

The Hotel Walserberg prices include enjoyment half board, and offer a sense of great well-being enhanced by the proximity of nature and our beneficial wellness facilities.

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In Hotel Walserberg no table is complete without a basket of freshly baked bread. Each morning begins with a speciality home-baked bread of the day. In our family a passion for baking has been passed down from one generation to the next. Son Martin Walch runs the family bakery in Lech.

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