The Wolf family’s long tradition as a hotelier started in 1950 with the establishment of the first ski school, in the small farming village of Hinterglemm.
In 1955 Heribert and Marion Wolf laid the foundations for the Wolf Hotel. Since then the business has evolved considerably, with upgrades and extensions on an almost yearly basis, leading to the opening of the superior 5-star Alpine Palace Hotel in December 2008.
Checking into Alpine Palace means entering an exceptional complex amidst the magic of the Alps. This prestigious hotel, which includes the original section, has six different restaurants with amazing atmospheres and magnificent culinary delights, one of which has been awarded 2 toques by the Gault Millau guide. Facilities also include a wellbeing facility offering exclusive experiences, and a wide range of accommodation packages that combine Salzburg tradition with a contemporary alpine lifestyle in a total of 82 rooms and suites able to accommodate 216 guests.
Alpine Palace chose murogeopietra® to create the modern façade, and the large stone and glass cube that intercepts and connects the different wings of the hotel. The stunning foyer has a set of double columns also in Geopietra® manufactured stone veneer defining a bright, white circular room with a central glass lift that soars to the top floor of the hotel. The Geopietra® covering is also used authentically on the first floor, in the library area and the various lounges looking onto the double height of the entrance. The SCAGLIA model of Geopietra® manufactured stone veneer was installed 12 years ago, and still contributes to the authentic charm of the premises, along with eclectic furnishings and unusual detail, creating extremely stunning and welcoming settings characterised by luxury comfort and that feeling of being on a really special holiday. Every area is shaped by unique, creative ideas. Innovation and care are the pillars of the Thomas Wolf philosophy, which now defines his work as the ‘creator of dreams’.
Photo By: Hotel Alpine Palace