Luxury Ski Chalets in Lech, Austria

Type: Ski Chalet    Country:Austria    Location: Lech    Sleeps: Any    No. of Bedrooms: or more    Collection: Any

The ski resort of Lech in Austria has long been a favourite of the ski cognoscenti who prefer quality over quantity. It is known for its wide range of pistes for all levels of skier, including some fabulous off-piste runs. There are links to Zürs and with a short bus ride, St.Anton is an easy day’s ski when on a luxury ski holiday in Lech.

Lech is also high on luxury, with some wonderful eateries both up in Oberlech on the mountainside, perfect for a pitstop at lunch, as well as more than 50 restaurants in Lech itself, and not forgetting the wide range of luxury ski chalets and boutique hotels.

Chalet Uberhaus
Lech, Austria

If you’re looking for the Ferrari of the ski world, look no further. Lech is one of the most exclusive resorts in the world and the magnificent Chalet Uberhaus sits in Oberlech, its superior ski-in ski-out neighbor, located 200 metres further up the...

5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10 - 14
From €43,700 per week

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Chalet N
Lech, Austria

Sitting proudly above the sophisticated Austrian resort of Lech, this super luxury ski chalet aims to outshine all others. With a team of 20 staff and more opulent surroundings than the finest hotel, it really is in a league of its own. The magic...

10 Bedrooms
Sleeps 22
From €210,000 per week

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Chalet 1597
Lech, Austria

1597? Is this gorgeous luxury chalet really more than 400 years old? Well, obviously it has been restored, extended and redesigned, but yes. Chalet 1597 is an original village house which has been given a high class makeover. Met by your courteous...

5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 12
From €31,550 per week

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Chalet 686
Lech, Austria

Contemporary, colourful and filled with light, this luxury ski chalet in Lech is a fabulous base for either a group of friends or a family to explore this exclusive area. A long dining table to seat 12 makes for a wonderful spot to enjoy your...

2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5 - 7
From €9,086 per week

Chalet 685
Lech, Austria

One of the most exclusive ski areas in the world demands a property that is super stylish and this luxury ski chalet in Lech does not disappoint. A shrine to contemporary cool, the property will appeal to design fans, with its clean lines,...

3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6 - 8
From €9,086 per week

Chalet Aurelio Clubhouse
Lech, Austria

An air of gentleman’s club pervades this stunning property. Chalet Aurelio Clubhouse is a luxury ski chalet in Lech, connected via an underground passage to the five-star Aurelio Hotel. An air of quiet sophistication in the living room makes this a...

8 Bedrooms
Sleeps 16
From €143,500 per week

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Severin's The Alpine Retreat
Lech, Austria

If you are looking for a chalet offering the epitome of luxury for your ski holiday, you won’t find anything closer than the fabulous Severin's The Alpine Retreat. The Alpine Retreat is a brand new super luxury ski chalet, offered either for...

9 Bedrooms
Sleeps 18 - 24
Price : On request

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Chalet Laurus
Lech, Austria

Elegant and spacious, yet with charmingly quirky touches like a hand-painted fireplace and ornate chandelier, carved wooden panels and children’s bedroom straight out of a fairy tale, Chalet Laurus in Lech is a real Alpine gem. Set over three...

4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6 - 9
From €26,750 per week

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Destination Guide: Lech

About Lech

Legendary deep powder snow and royal connections, the Austrian resort of Lech has a fine pedigree. Luxury ski chalets are plenty in Lech and the beautifully preserved village which is linked by a free ski bus and the resort’s exclusivity is preserved through limiting the number of ski passes per day and imposing parking restrictions.

Lech has a distinguished history when it comes to alpine sports. This was where the very first ski lift was developed at the beginning of the 20th Century. Today its five star hotels and luxury ski chalets are filled with wealthy and distinguished visitors to ski in Winter and to explore the 350km of mountain hiking trails in Summer.

Above the main town sits the small, elite development of Oberlech, a cluster of luxury ski chalets and boutique which is reached by cable car from below. This service runs until 1am so that late night revellers can get home to their beds at night.

Lech has an impressive array of local pistes, linking it to the lower village of Zurs, and is known for its superb off-piste powder, and its challenging White Ring circuit. A new gondola lift with heated seats now links the Lech and Zurs ski area with Warth-Schroken in the next valley, and Lech also has an excellent fun park and good facilities for beginners. You can also take the bus over to St Anton for more great pistes in the Arlberg ski area.

Best places to eat and drink in Lech

The locals take their food and drink very seriously and Lech has more than its fair share of world-class restaurants competing for your attention. If you fancy something a little different and truly memorable on chefs night off at your luxury ski chalet, try the Asian Fusion cuisine of Fux. This chic, glass-fronted restaurant has a main dining room plus a steakhouse and cocktail bar. Stop in at the Burg Vital Hotel in Oberlech for an unforgettable meal. Here, the Head chef creates wonderful dishes infused with the flavours of freshly-picked alpine herbs.

Best time to visit Lech

The Arlberg ski area is open from early December to the end of April, and many of the lifts are open again from late June to early October for walkers and cyclists.

What we love about Lech

We love the exhilaration of skiing the legendary ‘White Ring’ – a unique 22km circuit of challenging pistes and off-piste tracks around Lech and Oberlech.

Quick facts:
Ski area: Arlberg, Austria
Altitude: 1450m
Highest lift: 2450
Total pistes: 276km
Total lifts: 84