Bold, generous & even more exclusive
Toucans, parrots and zebras; Ferns, palms and elephant trees. The striking design melts in with the architecture of Schloss Seefels to surprise with an avant-garde style. After seven months of construction works, the luxury hotel is colourful, magnificent and yet beautiful.
From plain taupe to botanical and animal - give the living spaces their personality.
Rooms and Suites
13 designs - from plain taupe to botanical with flowers and cactus to animal with butterflies, parrots, hummingbirds or peacocks - give the living rooms their personality. The key colour, which comes in nine from powder pink and light blue to orange and green, is reflected in the headboard and in the impressive inlays on the doors, wardrobes, desks, bedside tables and minibars. From the trimmings on the room key to the socket with USB and charging cable connection to the Dyson hair dryer, everything has been thought through down to the last detail. Venini lamps made of fine Murano glass and warm white lighting by Flos show the room in the best light.
There is a seat for all guests on what is probably the most beautiful restaurant terrace by Lake Wörthersee to enjoy breakfast and dinner. The Schloss breakfast is served on a special commissioned china, which is designed and handmade by the renowned Viennese porcelain manufacturer Augarten. In the restaurant, the colours bordeaux, chamois, pink and terracotta create a restrained elegance and give full attention to a very special gem, the wine climate room with 700 bottles of red wine, white wine and Champagne. The lighting concept by Christian Ploderer creates an atmospheric atmosphere. The dishes, which have been awarded three toques and 92 points, are created under the guidance of head chef Richard Hessl in the brand-new Lohberger kitchen, the Rolls Royce of kitchen design.
The Porto Bello says what it is: the restaurant directly in the hotel's own marina, which brings the lake into the room - with fish design and ingenious mirrored. The airy, light, white wooden architecture in the pavilion style sets the stage for the stylish interior in the Carinthian colors of yellow, red and white. "Carinthia interpreted in a modern way" is the motto that runs through from the designer chairs and the floating lantern lighting to the colourful china and the cutlery in shiny gold. In the open Lohberger kitchen, head chef and award-winning chef Richard Hessl creates delicious summer dishes from Alpe-Adria cuisine with a focus on "freshly caught fish from Lake Wörthersee". With its box seats, the Porto Bello is the new design hotspot on Lake Wörthersee and a stylish meeting place for lunch, sundowners and candlelight dinners.
Gold, urban jungle and a sea of flowers await guests in the spa. The mix of blooming artworks of Bisazza glass mosaic tiles and floor-to-ceiling jungle print wall tiles is as daring as it is successful. In between, the columns glitter in Bisazza gold, which runs through to the saunas. What tops the opulence and splendour of the architecturally unique spa is the panoramic sauna with glazing for a clear view of Lake Wörthersee. The six treatment rooms are located directly by the lake. In these rooms, too, the walls are blooming and have the jungle feeling in magnificent colours, while the guests are being pampered with exclusive treatments.
The location with the completely glazed window front for an unrestricted view over the outdoor pool and Lake Wörthersee to the Karawanken mountains is premium. So is the TechnoGym equipment: treadmills, skillmill, bikes, steppers, rowing machines, flyingTRX and power rack. On one wall, the wallpaper shows a palm beach feeling, on the other wall the Wörthersee shines turquoise blue. At the exit to the Porto Bello lakeside restaurant, the fish swim past on the wallpaper. And in the middle of it all, the guests enjoy body shaping, workouts, muscle and endurance training.
A designer wallpaper that can be scribbled on? The kids in the Seefels are allowed to do that. That's exactly what the wallpaper with the dinosaurs, crocodile, birds and animals of all kinds is there for. This is popular, as is the Donald Duck toilet and kid-height sink with duck taps. The Kids Club is open during the school holidays from Tuesday to Saturday from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.