The Raffl family has created a distinctive and memorable hotel filled with antiques and art of all kinds. Each room has its own distinctive style and plenty of wood and stone, and hosts Ricky and Gunther have introduced many quirky touches, such as huge cacti and open bathrooms. There's a small spa with sauna, steam room and infra-red cabin. The restaurant Raffl-Stubn is truly first-class, serving creative cuisine that never fails to delight—oysters, caviar, consomme
of guinea fowl, lobster, and chateaubriand with roast foie gras and truffles all appear on the menu. The wine list is extensive, and desserts, such as chocolate mousse on fried baby pineapple, are luscious. The hotel also rents five apartments on a sunny slope with a gorgeous view of St. Anton.