Property for sale in Oetz: All-Suite Resort Ötztal

Kristall Spaces has completed the construction phase for All-Suite Resort Ötztal:  56 new luxury apartments for sale in charming Oetz, a dual season resort with strong winter and summer business.  Oetz sits at the bottom of the Ötztal valley and is just 25 minutes from Sölden (and its 2 glaciers) and 40 minutes from Obergurgl.

Latest news: 3 apartments for sale.  Please book your stay here or here 

B203 | 2 beds | 65,00m² | Superb views to the South and a clear view of the Acherkogel 3,006m

569,000EUR (apartment and storage in basement) + 30,000EUR for 1 underground parking space Net | Buyer fees 3% of the gross sales price

The view from B203:

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C103 | 2 beds | 70,40m² | Large private garden (38,50m2) and views to the South West over natural bathing pond & swimming pool

559,000EUR (apartment and storage in basement) + 30,000EUR for 1 underground parking space Net | Buyer fees 3% of the gross sales price

3D Tour Apartment C103

E203 | 3 beds | 102.80 m² | Superb views to the South and a clear view of the Acherkogel 3,006m

799,000EUR (apartment and storage in basement) + 60,000EUR for 2 underground parking spaces Net | Buyer fees 3% of the gross sales price

3D  Tour Appartement E302

Pool Area 3D tour   |   Biosauna, Dampfbad, Ruheraum 3D tour    |   Skysauna 3D tour

Please Contact us to book a viewing if you are visiting Tirol over the holidays.

Branson Atterbury, Marketing Director on +447715636568

Key facts about the All-Suite Resort Ötztal:

  • Voted Winner in Best Residential Development in Austria – International Property Awards 2018/19
  • Luxury freehold apartments with rental service when owners are not using the apartments
  • 100 metres from Acherkogelbahn (a new 8-man gondola ski lift) with 88kms of skiing
  • 20 minutes drive up the mountain to Kühtai (ski bus or car)
  • 500m² spa in a sunny location with outdoor pool and natural bathing pond
  • Hochoetz is one of the sunniest ski resorts in Austria with 64 days of sunshine each year
  • Restaurant and bar, underground parking
  • Operated by our sister company All-Suite Resorts

A range of restaurants, bars and shops are a very short walk from the apartments. The supermarket is even closer.  Also, within a few minutes is a children’s playground and open-air swimming pool as well as 3 tennis courts.

Exterior design

The architect’s brief was to use natural and recyclable materials and to ensure the buildings fit with the surrounding landscape and neighbouring buildings.

The process has involved many meetings with the local council and Tirol planners who are keen to protect the essence of the ancient community here but at the same time breathe new life into the valley.

We specifically wanted to look to the future of Alpine living and design the most superior, contemporary apartments in the valley.  Also, Oetz has warm summers (as high as 35-degrees C) and so a different style of architecture lends itself well to the locale: one that allows the building to stay cool on hot days.

The buildings sit elegantly in a communal garden sown with wildflowers and the natural bathing lake.  Altogether, a setting worthy of this awe-inspiring backdrop with stunning 360° views.

The Austrian Countess who lived on this site originally was called Countess von Doblhoff and she was descended from one of the oldest aristocratic families in Europe, the Abensberg-Traun family


Original plans by Rudolf Abensberg und Traun – 1948

They chose this exact location for their Landhaus because it has the best views in the whole valley – the North West view is the most famous view!

Interior finishes

The interior themes have an alpine feel but with a choice of either a modern, traditional or lifestyle theme, combining warm natural materials with modern minimalist designs.

Standard features include wireless LAN, intercom access, triple-glazed floor to ceiling German windows, Italian ceramics and Hans Grohe bathroom fittings.

There is flexible living accommodation to maximise space – with excellent sofa beds in the living room and two bathrooms to ensure maximum privacy.

As you would see in the best hotels, there are Austrian wood furnishings and doors and traditional parquet floors with under-floor heating throughout.

Miele kitchens with integrated appliances and flatscreen Smart TVs are also standard.

We have thought of everything you could possibly need to make moving into your apartment as smooth as possible including wardrobes, bed linen, curtains, cutlery and crockery.

The interiors and furnishings are hotel standard and designed to last and withstand extensive rental use.  In our experience, furniture does not need replacing for a long time – at least 10 years based on our previous development projects. The type of clientèle that rent these apartments are respectable families and professionals and the operator will check for small damage and breakages whilst building and contents insurance cover any other issues.

Stunning 360° Views

The location is blessed with spectacular views in all directions and it is genuinely difficult to decide which one is superior!

To the North, owners will look over to the village and the ancient Church of Heiliger Georg with the road leading up to Hochoetz and Kühtai.

The view continues down the valley towards Sautens and even further into the distance.

Image below is the general view towards the North West – photo taken from Acherkogelbahn near the site.  


Looking to the East, the view follows the Acherkogelbahn up the mountain towards Hochoetz.  The Acherkogel is the tallest peak in the photo – 3,0007 metres.

It’s wonderful when the sun rises over the ridge.  In the image below, you can see the Acherkogelbahn heading up the mountain – imagine this view from the bottom.


For the East and South views, owners will be able to see the Acherkogel at 3,007m (the highest peak in Oetz).

To the South, the road continues to climb up through the mountain peaks on both sides towards Sölden.

Finally to the West: the apartments look down and across the valley and the Ötztaler Ache towards the Piburgersee (hidden by the ancient rock slide which is now a small hill) and the Erster Karkopf (2,607m) in the background.

About Oetz & winter activities

  • Oetz Winter visitor numbers increased in 2017 again: 6.6% up on last winter
  • One of the first traditional resorts for winter and summer alpine sports
  • 88 km of skiing when connected to Kühtai (Austria’s highest resort with guaranteed skiing from November to May)
  • Plans are currently being reviewed to link the two resorts by ski lifts (see lift plan proposal)
  • 25 minutes to Sölden and two glacier skiing areas – a further 144 km of skiing
  • New in 2018/19 is a super ski pass for the whole Ötztal
  • Quintessential Tirolean setting including Gothic church
  • Some of Tirol’s finest scenery including the Piburger See (great summer attraction)
  • Easily accessible by road, train (Ötztal Bahnhof) and air (Innsbruck airport in 25 mins)


Ötz caters especially well for families with a supervised nursery for toddlers over 2 and a special children’s theatre.   There are 4 ski schools operating in three children’s areas with WIDI the resort mascot on-hand to keep your children entertained and allow you to go off and in the knowledge they are being well looked after by highly professional and bi-lingual staff.

The resort regularly features in international customer surveys for overall satisfaction and value for money and rate of repeat visits is high.

Summer activities  

An impressive range of quality guided activities are on offer in Oetz outside the apartment hotel facilities.  Oetz is a strong summer destination in its own right and receives nearly as many visitors in summer as in winter (45:55 summer:winter visitor ratio) with ever-growing demand for self-catered accommodation and apartments.   The Ötztal offers world-class infrastructure and instruction in the following summer alpine sports and pursuits:

  • Rafting
  • Canyoning
  • Glacier safaris
  • Climbing & high rope courses
  • Mountainbiking
  • Archery, tennis, golf and fishing

For uncontrolled excitement then head to the world-famous Area 47, best described as where water and Austrian high-tech ingenuity produce extraordinary adrenaline-based pursuits for thrill seekers.


For a more sedate afternoon visit the Aqua Dome in Längenfeld (15 minutes by car or bus), a thermal spa surrounded by the Ötztal mountains with healing thermal waters coming from deep inside the Earth.


Lastly, there is the Piburger See on the far side of the Ötztaler Ache: this is one of Austria’s most scenic spots and a favourite of locals and those in the know.  A natural lake formed in the last Ice Age by a giant rockslide, today it provides a swimming lake for all the family with summer water temperatures matching the Mediterranean.

Relax and enjoy a picnic or each freshly griddled trout caught from the waters which are virtually drinking water quality.


Latest press coverage:

Evening Standard

Evening Standard (July 2017)



Press and Journal (November 2016)


City AM (August 2016)

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Daily Telegraph (June 2016)

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Brochures and floor plans are available for download so please contact us today to reserve your apartment.