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Need help finding mountain side hotel in western Austria

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I've asked this question several months ago but I think my post was too long winded and didn't get straight to the point...so I'll try again.

Our group is two families of 4 (2 adults/2 kids x 2). We're driving from Lucerne to Salzburg and would like to stop somewhere in the middle to spend a night in a small, mountainside hotel. I've been trying to use Karen Brown's website but just about all of the hotels she recommends are in the middle of a village. We'd prefer something a bit more remote if possible. It doesn't have to be real fancy, just something with an incredible view - that doesn't include 15 similar hotels all lined up in a row and a ski lift in the distance.

A great example of what I'm looking for is a hotel we found in the Dolomites - http://www.uhrerhof.com/eng/index.php . That is exactly what I'm looking for but in western Austria. We'd drive down to this hotel if it wasn't so far out of the way.

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