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Limestone Projektentwicklung GmbH & CoKG

Execution planning

Gross external area Hotel: ca. 6.500 m²
Gross external area 20 Lodges: ca. 3.100 m²
Net internal floor area Hotel: ca. 6.200 m²
Net internal floor area 20 Lodges: ca. 2.400 m²

Hotel, Restaurant + Lodges Triforêt



Hutterer Böden,


The Triforêt hotel is located in the community of Hinterstoder on the Hutterer Böden Alm, a popular snowsports and hiking area in Upper Austria. Originally built in the 1970s and sitting on a sloping site in the centre of the ski resort, the hotel will be extensively renovated and extended to create an attractive and contemporary mountain sports resort.

The load-bearing structure and external walls of the existing hotel building will be retained and renovated, small side extensions are to be demolished and the interior partitions, fixtures and finishes of the building will all be stripped out. The distinctive appearance of the roof structure will be retained, however it will be raised by one storey to optimise hotel accommodation.

The main entrance is located on the north side of the building, with a new basement car park concealed under the entrance forecourt.  On the ground floor common areas such as the reception lobby, administration offices and a lounge bar are located around the main entrance.  The hotel accommodation comprises a range of self-contained apartments on the ground floor and four upper floors, those on the south façade enjoy balconies overlooking the pistes. On the basement floor building services and technical rooms are located to the north side, buried under the hotel. On the south side of the basement floor the sloping site is exploited to offer an extensive spa suite with an indoor/outdoor pool, saunas and steam rooms, relaxation and treatment rooms all enjoying daylight and view out over the surrounding landscape.

South of the hotel, 20 self-contained chalet lodges will be built in timber construction with steep metal-clad roofs. The lodges enjoy generous living, cooking and dining areas and each includes a sauna. They are planned in three different sizes to adapt to the existing terrain with living and sleeping areas opening to large glazed windows to the southerly views.


At the lowest point of the site, immediately adjacent to the pistes and the cable car station a new restaurant will be built providing additional dining options for both hotel guests and skiers at the resort.