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Welcome to Hotel Hirschen Schwarzenberg

The Hotel


The Hirschen embodies open-minded and innovation-friendly attitudes in combination with an authentic sense of tradition. We see the interaction between people as an essential part of our house.

We at the Hirschen are proud of our heritage in the Bregenzerwald and the many traditions that exist here. We are also proud of always having had a broad horizon, which extends from our own valley to the world. Discover the grace of centuries-old wooden ceilings, modern wines, touching dishes, young people and those who are forever young – all unique characters in their own right. Experience surprising stories, true art and a lively spirit. 

Once our house has positively affected all those who we are connected to us as well as the nature surrounding us, we will have achieved our goal.

The Hirschen offers 36 rooms, divided between our historic inn and the «Wälderhaus» – featuring traditional architectural characteristics of the Bregenzerwald – directly behind it.

No room resembles another, each one dedicated to an artist whose art is part of our family’s collection or has made a defining impact on the history of Schwarzenberg and the Hirschen. 

Have you already found your favourite room? 

King Max suite

Sleep in our most prestigious suite and experience living modern living under centuries-old ceilings. 

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Lots of space for big ideas

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Double Room Superior 1755

Elegance and character in the historical Hirschen

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Double Room Superior

Elegant generosity and real art you will find in our Double Rooms Superior

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Double Room Classic 1755

Character and style that cannot be measured in square meters

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Double Room Classic

Individual art rooms for a unique experience in Hirschen

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Forever Young

For young people and young at heart travelling alone

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Places for idle hours

There are many things that you can do in and around Schwarzenberg. As a change of pace, however, our recommendation is to take the time to do absolutely nothing at all. 

Have a long breakfast. Read your favourite newspaper from front to back. Enjoy a light lunch and then take a stroll through the pretty town center of Schwarzenberg, maybe have somebody tell you the stories behind its architecture. Indulge yourself with a massage or a visit to the sauna. Read a few more pages and take a nap. Have a drink in front of our fireplace and enjoy an extended six-course dinner. Engross yourself in good conversation at the bar. What a day indeed!

The Hirschen has been studying the events happening on town square since 1755 and learning from it.

Peter Fetz