The cutting-edge fitness facilities really are second to none — there’s even a hypoxic chamber, of the type popular with Ironman triathletes, ultra-marathon runners and mountaineers.
Stocked with running and rowing machines, spinning bicycles and cross-trainers, the chamber simulates conditions of around 8,500ft where lack of oxygen in the air forces your body to work harder, burning 30% more calories and increasing the body’s red blood cell count. Coming back down to earth, the TechnoGym equipment provides full cardio and training facilities.
You can, of course, simply chill in your suite. Blumen Haus stylishly combines luxury and rigour, fashion and comfort, old and new: reclaimed Tyrol wood and copper are nods to Alpine tradition, while the highest tech and cutting-edge Italian furniture bring you bang up to date (the Blumen Haus’ moisture-controlled ventilation system is unique to Austria and prevents the usual dehydration from high altitude).
It is smart and it is definitely clever.
Prices start at approximately €2,236 (£2,000) per suite per night; the four-bedroom private apartment starts at €62,616 (£56,000) per week.