Couple relaxes at indoor wellness area | © Mathias Lixl
Ready to relax
Sizzling saunas & fabulous views

Spa & beauty in Lech am Arlberg

Relax to the max at the Hotel Schranz

After a long day out and about in the mountains, there is no better way to relax tired muscles than with a visit to our hotel spa. Slip into the warm waters of the indoor pool, breathe in the aroma-infused air at the sauna – or why not treat yourself to a massage? Make sure you plan a little extra time at the end to lie down on one of the recliners in our chillout room before heading back out into the world refreshed and rejuvenated.

Indoor pool

A place to relax

Our indoor pool offers all you need in order to dive into a feeling of deep relaxation. Slip in and let the warm water soothe those aching muscles as you swim a few gentle lengths.

  • 32°C water temperature
  • Underwater massage jets
  • Hydro-flow system

Saunas

Feel the heat

Hiking, biking, skiing and snowboarding in Lech is great fun but it can also be hard work! Our sauna is the ideal place to warm up again in winter and relax tense muscles at the end of a long day.

  • Finnish sauna
  • Gentle organic sauna
  • Infrared cabin
  • Steam room

Chillout room & terrasse

The art of doing nothing

In summer guests can soak up the sun on our terrace as they sip on a cool drink and enjoy the view of Lech am Arlberg with its surrounding mountains.

In winter the terrace is the perfect place for a quick blast of fresh air between visits to the sauna.

We also have a chillout room with recliners, cushions and blankets – perfect for hiding away from the world outside and enjoying some well-deserved me-time.

Our tip
Relaxing massage
Book a relaxing massage with a trained physiotherapist to release tense muscles and be ready to explore again the next day.

Sauna tips & etiquette

Relaxation recommendations

Going to the sauna is all about relaxing. Plan around two or three hours so you don't feel rushed or stressed.

If you are not a regular visitor to the sauna, we recommend starting out with our organic sauna. This is a little less hot than the Finnish sauna and a good way to get your body used to the experience. When it comes to the Finnish sauna, you can vary the heat intensity by sitting further down (cooler) or further up (hotter). We recommend staying in the sauna for no more than 15 minutes. You can repeat this process two or three times with a break of 15-30 minutes between.

Our saunas are nude areas. Please shower before entering the sauna and sit on a towel. There are plenty of towels provided. Please also keep a respectful distance from others when in the sauna to ensure a pleasant experience for everyone.

The heat of the sauna expands your blood vessels. This improves the flow of blood to the skin and relaxes your muscles. Between visits to the sauna it is important to take a break so your blood vessels can contract once again to their normal state. You will also need to drink a lot between sauna sessions in order to replenish the fluid your body loses through sweating. Water and weak tea are the best drinks for this purpose.

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