Would have likely rated 5-star, but as didn't book well in advance, couldn't get into the main hotel, so took the only option - the "post-man's house," as they call it. So, had to walk across the street to access the main hotel. Not a big deal, outside of that it was snowing ~ a foot a night. Additionally, the hotel, in season, only offers half board, with a full one week minimum (Sunday to Sunday). At ~ $1,000/night, along with ski & travel costs, this is the opposite of a budget arrangement. A good thing, should you have deep pockets, or a large group actually - as our special little house could sleep ten. No wonder that much of the guest list was European royalty & heads of state. With the tie req'd dinners, the level of clientele becomes even more so apparent, most returning annually & for good reason! Lech & neighboring Oberlech are like gingerbread winter wonderlands. The slopes have lovely "on- mountain" facilities to stop in for spiced wine, food & sunning. The entire town of Oberlech is "on the mountain," and only accessible via snowcat/lifts - very cool. You can also ski from Lech to Zurs (DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SNOWBOARD!) and there is especially fun alpine shushing (tiny seat sleds that run on small, but long trails that follow the ski runs) at the far side of town (in the direction toward Germany). A great trip. Wouldn't be complete without a visit to Innsbruck, particularly the old, walled town.
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