Welcome to Hotel Pension Juliana’s website. Hotel Pension Juliana is set in the beautiful holiday destination of Lech am Arlberg, famous for its fantastic pistes. Here you can enjoy winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding in the wonderful mountains of Austria.
Hotel Pension Juliana is a lovely place to stay with a warm welcome and family feel. We offer both rooms and apartments. Our rooms come with en suite bathrooms and include buffet breakfast as well as afternoon cake and coffee. Our apartments also have en suite bathrooms and offer cooking facilities for those who would prefer to cater for themselves. We can provide you with a ski pass for your stay, which means you do not have to queue to get your ticket at the piste. We also provide a spa facility with sauna and steam room for you to relax after a long day of skiing or snowboarding.
Our English speaking guests may not be familiar with the term “Pension” where it is related to a Hotel so let us explain the term as it is a common one in Austria. A Pension may be known alternatively as a guest-house, bed and breakfast or hotel. They tend to be family run which means you get a much more personal experience through daily interactions with the owner(s) who can help you with everything you need during your stay.
Hotel Pension Juliana is run by the Walch Family and you will be hosted by Claudia and Leo during your stay in one of our six bedrooms or three apartments.
If you haven’t visited Lech before then you are in for a treat. You may have seen it referred to as Lech Zürs am Arlberg, it is widely regarded as one of the best ski resorts in the world. Lech and Zürs are small towns separated by a short road while the Arlberg is the mountain range they sit in. Lech and Zürs are also connected by the surrounding pistes, which can be used to travel between the towns. One of the most notable days of your ski or snowboard vacation can be enjoyed by skiing what is known as The White Ring or ‘Der Weiße Ring’ that has connected Lech, Zürs, Zug and Oberlech with cable cars and slopes for more than 50 years.