At m3 Hotel, we believe that good, thoughtful design is key when it comes to making a place special. The contemporary yet alpine-inspired architecture blends harmoniously with the surrounding traditional village homes, the sleek and modernist interior design offers fresh design schemes. Original artworks and stylish decorations create the perfect balance between style and substance.
Mixing the best of contemporary architecture with alpine design elements, the new m3 Hotel puts a fresh and modern spin on the typical mountain architecture. Local Architect Florian Mathies succeeded in creating a building that works in synchronicity with its rural surroundings. He designed understated architecture where comfort and design blend naturally with each other. The m3 infuses an alpine spirit with a luxurious contemporary personality. The sophisticated design conveys the message of simplicity. Revealing essential quality. With enough space to stretch out. Where every detail is set to perfection. With sumptuously comfortable amenities.
Architect Florian Mathies was involved with the m3 project right through completion, from planning over furniture design to designing the lobby and reception area — an inviting master plan and a successful design concept indeed.
DI Florian Mathies . Architekt
Leitenweg 43 . 6500 Landeck . Tirol | Austria
Experience a unique art and hotel combined experience:
We exhibit the work of contemporary Austrian artist Gerold Hirn and offer, just as a museum, an insight into his creative activity.
The m3 features over 60 original artworks and presents an environment in which people can experience art in a new and more immediate way. With this concept, the Hotel again is differentiating itself from other lodging establishments.
Most of the artworks are for sale and are exhibited in the Hotel's public areas and in all accommodation rooms and suites. Please contact us for more information.
Details about the Artist GEROLD HIRN
The stylish decorations throughout the m3 were created by our long-time partner and friend, Georg Reischl. His creative ideas can be found in the Hotel's public areas, m3café and restaurant, guest floors and in all accommodation rooms and suites. The carefully chosen decorative elements underline the harmonious atmosphere.
Höglstrasse 2, 5020 Salzburg
All furniture in the m3 Hotel was made by Tischlerei Lenhart Carpenter from the nearby village of Zams.
Lenhart der Tischler GmbH
Unterer Auweg 2