Chalet-Hotel Senger stands for well-balanced Alpine architecture and design. Three rustic, whitewashed fireplaces, wooden beams, arched doorways and Persian rugs add to the cozy atmosphere of the converted farmhouse. The popular "Alte Stube" lounge with its wooden floor has a lot to tell about those good old days. Water colors, photographs and oil paintings of local landscapes and themes line the walls.
Our dedication to preserving cultural assets is demonstrated throughout the hotel. We have carefully chosen door knockers, handles and hinges; elaborately painted chests; lamps; the wrought iron banister for the open staircase; and beautiful, old cabinets and chests in the corridors and on the landings.
Heiligenblut's long tradition in gold mining is reflected in a number of decorative items, including pans, golden hiking boots, and illustrations and photographs.
Seasonally changing decoration... Branches of pussy willow and painted eggs for Easter, and a beautifully decorated Christmas tree in winter. Magic moments also inside the Chalet Hotel.