Production of the interior fittings for the Montafon Hotel in Vorarlberg, Austria is underway.

Interior furnishings for the hotel at the Montafon family resort in Vorarlberg, Austria, part of the famous Falkensteiner hotel chain is currently being produced in Stilles.

The Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences franchise is one of the largest in the Alpe-Adria region. They are present in seven European countries with twenty-seven hotels in the 4-star and 5-star categories, two apartment complexes and a Premium Camp.

In the middle of the Montafon Ski and Nature Reserve in Vorarlberg, the final phase of the construction of the 5-star Montafon Family Hotel is currently underway. The hotel is owned by illwerke vkw AG and will be managed by Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences.

The architectural solutions have been designed by the reputable studio Snøhetta from Innsbruck, and their partners Vudafieri Saverino, based in Milan. The two elongated structures of the buildings blend in with the existing topography and the wooden facade is in keeping with the Alpine building tradition. All rooms offer beautiful views of the Alpine surroundings. Sustainability, regionalism, and renewable energies are the main concepts of the family-run hotel.

Stilles is a partner in the project and will provide the interior furnishing of the 123 rooms, the wellness area, and the swimming pool complex. In a such complex project like Hotel Montafon, the short time from the competition to the opening of the hotel is a major challenge for us. In December 2022 the hotel is already expecting its first guests.

Stilles as a partner will take care of the production and installation of the interior furnishings, the technical documentation, and the coordination of the work with the other contractors on site. This is the third project for the Falkensteiner Group in current year, as we have already carried out the complex renovation of the Diadora Hotel in Petrčani, Croatia, and have been involved in the renovation of the Maria Prag and Marienbad hotels in the Czech Republic.

The rooms will be handed over at the end of October and the public works will be completed in mid-November.