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THE HISTORY

... Hotel-Traditon, Medical-SPA & Health-Center

Vollererhof old house

The name "Vollererhof" was changed over the years from the original name of the estate "Foiern and Vollern". "Foiern", a name with Celtic roots, stands for the fire and signal points from the Celtic times.

The Celtic jug, which was found in a tomb on the Dürrnberg near Hallein, has stood for the hotel logo for many years as a symbol of the connection to water as a therapeutical element and in the spirit of the SPA concept.

Originally there was a mountain farm where the Vollererhof stands today, which our grandparents, Willy and Michaela Eberlein, bought in 1927.

And even then they recognized the potential that the farm had to offer due to its unique location and converted the farm into a guest and hotel business. This laid the foundation stone for the renowned house.

Vollererhof view

It is unbelievable what our grandparents and parents have created here: today the Vollererhof is a modern, but always tradition-conscious hotel with a medical-run health center. With its three buildings, the hotel has 62 rooms, junior suites and suites.

A cozy restaurant is available for guests with the "Vollererho-Inclusive" arrangement or “à la carte” selection, and a separate restaurant for our cure-guests with an individual diet level.

A spacious lobby area invites you to linger - not only on Sundays when we invite you to piano music and a cocktail reception.

The large all-weather relaxation facility offers our guests over 2000m2Sufficient space to relax and enjoy, with: indoor pool, brine outdoor pool, panorama sauna, laconium, steam bath and brine tunnels, as well as a large weight training and fitness room and a dedicated gym.

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... wonderful views

AROUND THE HOUSE

... that's where we are at home

Everything looks a little different from above ... the next time you visit us, we'll take you on a sightseeing flight with our drone!

The Vollererhof is surrounded by the agriculture of the "Vollererhof-Gut": approx. 20 hectares of lush meadows and the game reserve, quiet forests and walking paths.