Workationat The Secret

Working with The Secret flair

Productivity can be so beautiful! The Secret Sölden offers you all the facilities for an inspiring change of scenery during your work.


Our large, soundproof suites provide the ideal retreat for confidential meetings and offer an excellent atmosphere for focused work sessions. Whether at the generous tables in the private kitchen in the suite or in the sun on the balcony. Our hotel offers free high-speed Wi-Fi everywhere, whether in the bar, the restaurant, or in the suites.

We offer a variety of options for meetings in larger groups, both in our "living room", the lobby, relaxed on our large sofa, at small tables for an intimate working atmosphere, or at our large conference table. In our restaurant La'Liv, private areas can be used for shared private meals or meetings. Our Skybar can also be used for company events or meetings as a whole or in part in the separate area.

After a day's work, our spa house invites you to relax and recharge with saunas, a relaxation area, and a heated outdoor pool.


We would be happy to advise you on planning your "workation" at The Secret Sölden!


Discover what Sölden has to offer!

Alpine skiing in the heart of the alps

Ski & Board

You know the saying: a class of its own. That’s Sölden and you will find the special things you are seeking here. Both as the first person on the piste in the world’s earliest start to the season and on the 3,000m peaks.

Sölden is renowned across the world among winter sports fans and is associated in the same breath with the Schwarze Schneid, the longest valley descent in all of Austria at 15 km long and covering 1,970m of altitude for extreme fun! And while we are on the topic of superlatives, which make Sölden a real tourist magnet in the Alps, the BIG3 come to the fore - the three 3,000m peaks with cable cars which can be combined to form one of the longest ski circuits in the Alps. Over 50 km, three times a day, reaching over 3,000m - on the vantage platforms of the Schwarze Schneid (3,340 m), of the Tiefenbach glacier (3,307 m) and on the Gaislachkogel (3,048 m) where James Bond himself paid a visit. It’s great then that the winter season in Sölden is extra long, extending from October until May, with all this to explore!

A fascination with the potential to become an addiction

Cross-Country Skiing

Alpine and Nordic skiing couldn't be more different. A quick kick on the one hand, smooth gliding, rhythm and meditation on the other. With cross-country skiing, it is the next step which counts, not the whole. And this is where the potential for addiction comes into it!

A world of its own, that’s cross-country skiing. Anyone familiar with Alpine skiing who has never before used the 42mm cross-country skis will find it hard to anticipate what awaits! In terms of challenge and aching muscles  (because the whole body is put to use) and technical finesse. But in particular the potential for addiction. Once you have found your pace, the energy can flow and you can give free reign to your unbridled joy. Original winter landscapes glide past on the left and right, far away from the ski pistes and mountain railways. And it could continue forever, this pattern of using your sticks and legs - propelling yourself forward using your own energy. Despite - or perhaps because of? - the exertion, there is a sense of peace in your body and mind.

143 km of well-maintained skating and classic cross-country trails of all difficulty ratings await in Sölden and the Ötztal valley. You can train your fitness levels over a distance of 45 km on the wide, curved, flat routes of the valley basin in Längenfeld. Or are you ready for a taste of biathlon on the sunny Niederthai plateau?

Sledging in the high mountains


The quiet side of Sölden is on the opposite side of the valley from the ski area. Away from the hustle and bustle, this is where you will find your happiness. Over a distance of 4.5 km, you climb 550 metres in altitude and pass through enchanting coniferous forests before one of the rarest alpine meadows in the entire Ötztal awaits you. Once you've reached the top, sample the delicious Tyrolean cuisine and then toboggan down to the valley.

Psst... there is always a hut evening on Wednesdays – advance notice requested.

Doing the first lines in the deep and firn snow

Ski Tours

When a peaceful nature experience and untouched first lines come together at an altitude of over 3,000m, this is nothing short of magic. This is exactly the mix that ski tourers are looking for. And they will find what they are looking for around Sölden, in a range of difficulty levels.

This is nothing new to passionate Alpine mountaineers because the ski tour offer which awaits in the Ötztal Alps is simple and legendary. Mountain lodge evenings bring people together as tales of the Haute Route in the Eastern Alps circulate. The Finailspitze, Wildspitze, Venter Runde, all of the names conjure up memories, experiences or a sense of anticipation. The nature off-piste is untouched and so legendarily beautiful that even hardened winter sports fans can hear their hearts beating when they see it. The clicking of a camera interrupts the magic for a moment as the sun rises above the mountaintops and the first group set off on their descent. But as always: safety first! The best way is to be accompanied by a mountain guide! Glacier crossings are only possible using a rope and in a group. Before setting off on any tour, consult the latest avalanche report, let the Welcome Desk know your provisional return time and take an avalanche transceiver device with you.

Summit, glacier and cable car hikes


Visitors wishing to enjoy a beautiful walk as well as climbing some prominent peaks have come to the right place in Sölden, surrounded by 3,000m peaks. Who knows, perhaps you too could become obsessed with ticking off the 3,000m peaks or become an Alpine mountaineer? The Luibiskogel (3,110 m), Ramoljoch (3,426 m), Rotmoosjoch (3,055) and Zirmkogl (3,280 m) await and perhaps one day you might be ready to tackle the Wildspitze, Austria’s second highest mountain at 3,776m. From Sölden alone, there are over 20 routes which lead above the magical 3,000m boundary, some with comfortable sections covered by one of the seven summer mountain railways which you can use free-of-charge with your Ötztal Inside Summer Card. The footpaths which lead to the glaciers are particularly charming and their fascination remains unbroken.

We are happy to advise and help you select a walking route to suit your requirements from the 300 km of marked trails available. A mountain tour full of things to see and admire, a leisurely cable car walk or perhaps you are tempted by a mountain lake or traditional lodge? We would also gladly provide you a mountain guide. In the mountains, it is always a case of: safety first.