From walking in summer to skiing in winter, there are many ways to experience the majesty of the mountains in Lech am Arlberg. Our hotel enjoys a fabulous location next to the ski pistes and hiking trails, meaning guests can make the most of their time on holiday with us.
Location & travelling to Lech am Arlberg
Get away from it all in Lech am Arlberg
The journey to Lech am Arlberg is an adventure in its own right. As you wind your way up, up, up you slowly but surely find yourself in a world of mountains and meadows, ski pistes and bike trails. A totally new landscape shaped by the forces of nature over many millions of years. A piece of untouched Mother Earth waiting to be explored and reveal its secrets.
From hiking and biking in summer to skiing and snowboarding in winter, Lech am Arlberg has so much to offer guests who like to experience action and adventure on holiday. And at the heart of it all lies your basecamp, the Hotel Schranz, perched at 1,500 metres above sea level.
Lech am Arlberg
Travelling to Lech am Arlberg
Please be aware that you must have a toll sticker ("Vignette") to drive on Austrian motorways. These can be bought at locations near the border as well as from automobile clubs in Austria and all petrol stations.
Guests arriving via Zürs should drive as far as the Gasthof Post (on your right). When you reach the Christmas tree and the old wooden bridge, turn left over the new bridge and continue straight ahead (do not drive towards Zug). You will pass the Hotel Arlberg and Almhof Schneider before heading gently downhill. Turn left at the first crossroads. You will already be able to see our hotel, which is located on a small hill. Follow the road and keep right. You are welcome to drive straight into our underground garage – ring the bell at the top of the drive and we will open the door for you. The garage is suitable for vehicles with a maximum height of 2.40 metres. You will also find outdoor parking spaces next to the garage entrance.
The closest railway stations are in Langen am Arlberg (Vorarlberg) and St. Anton am Arlberg (Tyrol). To see the latest railway timetable please click here. There are public buses running from both railway stations to Lech (25 minutes).
Important! Please be aware that the road between Lech and Warth am Arlberg is closed in winter. Cars should be equipped with winter tyres and have snowchains on board. For the latest road report please click here.