Slope off to SEVERIN*S – The Alpine Retreat for a Last Blast of Snow this Season

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Fully equipped with nine sumptuous super-suites, an outstanding fine dining restaurant, muscle-melting wellness facilities and a four-bedroom private residence, SEVERIN*SThe Alpine Retreat is the perfect place from which to hit the slopes and enjoy a last blast of snow this Easter. Following a day of adrenaline-fuelled skiing, snowboarding and tobogganing, or simply exploring the bustling town of Lech, couples and families alike can pare down at this extraordinary chalet hotel for the ultimate in relaxation and indulgence.

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In addition to the newly opened SEVERIN*SThe Alpine Retreat, Lech is the hottest ski destination on the map this year, due to its extensive new lift connection, which links up the St Anton and Lech sides of the Arlberg ski region to make it by far Austria’s largest interconnected ski area, with 305km of ski slopes served by a staggering 87 ski lifts. Offering fantastic snow conditions well into April, top-class skiing enjoyment is guaranteed and will cater for all members of the family. Even the little ones can enjoy a day of being introduced to the snow and their ski equipment, snowman building, snowball fights and other various games and activities at Oberlech’s interactive Kinderclub, before crossing over to the ski-school once they’re ready to learn.

SEVERIN*S – The Alpine Retreat’s nine stylish suites provide spacious bedrooms and separate living areas with private terraces boasting sweeping views of the mountains, while three of the nine suites can be adapted to accommodate families.

Severin*s – The Alpine Retreat – Junior Suite
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For bigger groups, looking for added space and privacy, can enjoy the delights of the four-bedroom private residence spanning two floors, complete with home cinema, free-standing bath tub in the master suite, private kitchen and bar, outdoor hot-tub and office.

Severin*s – The Alpine Retreat – Residence Living Room
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For fine wine and dining, guests need look no further than the restaurant, bar and wine cellar at SEVERIN*S – The Alpine Retreat. Executive Chef Stephan Kriegelstein’s carefully curated menu focuses on using seasonal produce to create innovative modern dishes with regional influences, while the hotel’s Alpine inspired bar offers the perfect spot for a more sophisticated take on après ski. Guests can also taste perfectly paired wines over dinner from the hotel’s exquisite wine cellar.

Severin*s – The Alpine Retreat – Wine Cellar
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To relax and unwind following an adventurous day, guests can enjoy the hotel’s private indoor swimming pool with counter current, waterfall, whirlpools, sauna and steam rooms, spa treatment and beauty suite as well as cutting edge Technogym for those who like to keep fit off the slopes.

Severin*s – The Alpine Retreat – Pool
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Prices at SEVERIN*S – The Alpine Retreat start from 890 euros per night in a Junior Suite, inclusive of welcome Champagne, breakfast and dinner daily, mini-bar, Wi-Fi, parking, luggage service, a heated ski cabinet, shuttle to ski lifts, turndown service and use of spa and fitness facilities.

Severin*s – The Alpine Retreat – Breakfast
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Scott Dunn offers seven nights at SEVERIN*S – The Alpine Retreat, Austria from £3,600 per person. This is based on a couple sharing a Junior Suite on a half board basis, and includes return British Airways flights from the UK and private airport transfers. For more information visit or call 020 8682 5400.