Save your preferred date and room for winter 2020/21 now. The first view out of the window of your room in the 4-star-hotel Lamark is already very promising: Slidable snow will be waiting for you to draw your first lines into it. From our 50 modernly...
When the ski run begins right on the doorstep – then you are at the Hotel Lamark in Hochfügen in Zillertal. 88 km of perfectly groomed pistes and slopes, top modern cable cars and lifts, snow parks and a high altitude cross-country ski trail will awa...
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4* Hotel Lamark

Your holidays in Hochfügen, Tyrol!

Our winter season starts on
4 December 2020

Everything that makes your winter holidays in Tyrol an unforgettable experience will be found at our Hotel Lamark in Hochfügen in Zillertal: charming hospitality, exquisite gourmet pleasure, beneficial wellness and fantastic new snow in the high valley of Hochfügen.

New rooms and suites at the Hotel Lamark****

Our new room category Schneeflocke Panorama and the two new suites Schneediamant 1 and 2 were very popular among our guests in the last winter season.

If you also want to live in an alpine lifestyle ambience with a panoramic view we will be happy to put together an offer for you.

Short holidays and cooking on the highest level

Awarded top cuisine in the highest spheres: located on 1,500 m, the restaurant Alexander is geographically on a par with the current ratings by Gault Millau and Falstaff.

Escape everyday life with our offer “Krone des Genießens” and experience pleasure with all your senses! You will dine at the restaurant Alexander, spend the day on the piste and let it come to an end in a relaxed fashion at the Lamark Spa. Here you can get your offer!

Let yourself be pampered at the restaurant Alexander!

The restaurant Alexander, located on 1,500 m, belongs to the best gourmet addresses in Austria. TV cook Alexander Fankhauser combines a creative, modern cuisine with traditional recipes from Tyrol: “No pleasure is temporary; for the impression that it leaves behind will stay.”