Geinberg5 Private Spa Villas: The perfection of small things
“The subject of privacy was the backbone of all design considerations at the Geinberg5“,Manager Manfred Kalcher explains.
Five-star villas, resting on top of the Innviertel hill like the refined decoration of a dessert. Each of the 21 suites breathes the spirit of elegance: Refined designer furniture and luxurious textiles, finished with charming details. A spa area with a glazed sauna – together with a panoramic view of the otherwise secluded bathing bay and the outdoor whirlpool with thermal water. Absolute privacy, paired with the service of a five-star hotel.
It comes as no surprise that Kalcher doesn’t have a favourite suite.
If I wanted to celebrate with friends, I would choose the 300-m2 villa; if I were alone with my wife, I would opt for one of the Premium suites near the Restaurant Aqarium.Manfred Kalcher
Although the only fish the “Aqarium” deals with is the Innviertel brook trout in honey mustard you can enjoy there …
Luxury & Comfort
“It is the perfection of small things that creates luxury and comfort”, Kalcher stresses.
And he knows what he’s talking about: After attending the hotel management school in Bad Gleichenberg, working at the Salzburg castle of Klessheim and studying at the Vienna University of Economics, he has exclusively worked in the five-star sector. From the Imperial in Vienna and Hyatt International at various Asian locations to the Balance Resort in Stegersbach.
What is his aim as Manager of the Geinberg 5?
Constant improvement. And always maintaining this strive also in the team.
When Kalcher goes on holiday himself, he spends his time in the most peaceful way possible “with people I’m close to – with my family or with very good friends”. Here he reads historical novels or goes diving in warm countries like in Papua New Guinea.
Text by Martin Novak. Fotos: © Geinberg5, missfinny, hellopippa, lisaleingla