Space, comfort and peace describe the concept
Originally the Settari House was the home of the big Settari family. Many of the children were born here in the “new building” as it was still called until very recently due to the lack of a name. Built by Johanna Settari, the building was undoubtedly influenced by her son-in-law Hubert Lanzinger in terms of furnishings and colour scheme.
Four spacious holiday apartments with big balconies were built in the old rooms with two on each floor. In contrast to the genuinely historic Hotel Briol modern bathrooms, heating and a kitchenette have been integrated in an exemplary way here. Meals can be taken either in your rooms or together in the large lounge with library and wood-fired stove. The two apartments above the lounge can be entered separately.
Thus at the Settari you can have it both ways, either socialize with other guests in the lounge or retreat to absolute peace and quiet in your rooms.
Those who want to further investigate the fascinating history of the place may explore the family archive housed in its newly-built room or listen to little concerts, lectures or readings taking place there on a regular basis.