Naturhotel Aufatmen starting at 105 Actual rate may vary based on seasonality and availability.

Naturhotel Aufatmen

Gasse 186a

6105 Leutasch

+43 (0) 5214 / 6803

“The “aufatmen” represents unfolding for us. Evolving. And sharing insights. To also make our guests feel the intensity, energy, and abundance that the nature surrounding us is providing.” Naturhotel Aufatmen


Relaxation in the midst of nature. With the Hotel Aufatmen, Maria and Wolfgang Pfeiffer aim to give value to simple things allowing body and soul to reconnect. Their philosophy is reflected in the clear and minimalistic design of the twelve rooms, the apartment and the two chalets, as well as by the warmth and coziness that this individual retreat in Leutasch conveys. A refreshing dip in the organic bathing pond, a strength-giving yoga class or traditional Tyrolean cuisine reinterpreted in a vegetarian way and prepared in the show kitchen make everyday life seem a distant memory for the guests of Aufatmen.

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  • Organic swimming pond with wooden sun deck
  • Reading room
  • Smokehouse
  • fireplace lounge
  • Saunas
  • Spa area
  • garden and lounging areas
  • show kitchen
Green Pearls® Score for Naturhotel Aufatmen

environmental protection

being local - authentic experiences

giving back

cultural commitment

Rooms & Facilities

The twelve rooms and chalets of the nature-loving hotel offer every guest the size and furnishings that suit him best. Most of the rooms are made of Swiss pine wood and offer a comfortable lounge area to read and relax. Most of the rooms also provide pine wood night holders for the cell phone as a protection against radiation.

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History & Philosophy

Maria and Wolfgang are lateral entrants. In 2007, they took over the house from Maria’s parents and then year after year gradually rebuilt, renovated and developed according to their ideas.

An important part of the Naturhotel Aufatmen is its yoga offer. Wolfgang and Maria started to study meditation and yoga privately at an early age and even trained to become teachers.

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Green Initiatives

  • Architecture & Design
  • Culinary
  • Water Management
  • Energy
  • Waste Management
  • Environment
  • Animal and plant protection
  • Employees
  • Social commitment
  • Native larch wood, pine, and glass.
  • The outside connects with the inside
  • Organically based on elements of nature
  • The rooms are made of Swiss pine
  • Earthy color combinations
  • Inner courtyard garden with places to linger
  • Reading barn in the form of a funnel with a view of the meadows
  • Vegetarian / vegan cuisine
  • 5 x in the evening, a 4-course menu freshly prepared in our show kitchen
  • Varied, creative and exciting
  • With regional, seasonal organic vegetables from small farmers in the region
  • Fresh herbs from the valley and own garden
  • Old recipes are reinterpreted
  • Organic bathing pond with fresh spring water and purely organic water treatment, without any additives
  • Bed linen and towels are changed on request
  • Rainwater for watering the garden and flowers
  • Water-saving toilet flushing and water-saving shower heads
  • All new rooms are heated with an air heat pump
  • 50 m2 solar system for hot water on the roof
  • Shock ventilation of the rooms in winter
  • 3-pane glazing of all windows and doors in the whole house
  • Use of green electricity
  • Member of the Austrian environmental quality certification
  • Special training in waste separation for employees
  • Waste separation labeled in own containers
  • Reduction of organic waste due to half border
  • Reduction of plastic due to regional and direct purchase
  • Management of 2 own forest areas
  • Reforestation
  • Collecting cab for hiking excursions
  • Advice for guests to arrive by train
  • Free use of the bus system in the whole region
  • Free use of mountain bikes
  • Avoidance of food which have long delivery route
  • Use of organic detergents and cleaners
  • Animal protection due to mostly vegan cuisine.
  • Chef Justine was a long-time employee of Sea Shepherd – and continues to support marine protection
  • Use of purely organic fertilizers both in the vegetable garden and in the fields
  • Care and cultivation of the own meadow/field
  • Collaboration in the Tyrolean initiative Blüten.Reich – for the preservation of biodiversity
  • Fair, honest interaction
  • Provision of bicycles for the employees
  • Free board and lodging nearby
  • Active participation in the local cultural association
  • Active involvement in charity events in our locality
  • Support of women’s projects and protection of women
  • Active work on cooperation between agriculture and tourism