You can find the Blumau Hotel on the clear green hillsides of South-Eastern Austria. It is a unique wellness and design hotel. Some blogs have dubbed it “the world’s largest habitable work of art”. Designed by Austria’s most famous contemporary artist, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, the Blumau Hotel was designed to unleash your imagination. Hundertwasser believed that straight lines work against nature and purposely designed the hotel to undulate and flow just like the shapes you find in the natural world.
The roof is made of grass, and trees twist through the floors. The hotel is, in essence, a thermal bathhouse where traditional spa treatments sit alongside modern and Eastern practices. There is a water landscape with sweetwater and thermal pools. Spend half a day exploring the range of saunas. Then recharge or work out at the health center. Finish up by taking a relaxing walk through the amazing green grounds.