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GENUSSraum at JOHANN Schladming: A fusion of tradition and modern design

GENUSSraum at JOHANN Schladming: A fusion of tradition and modern design

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You eat with your eyes, and the gourmet restaurant GENUSSraum at JOHANN Schladming proves this with flying colours. Following an extensive redesign, the restaurant has a look that perfectly matches the urban-alpine design of the lifestyle hotel of the same name in the heart of the city.

The GENUSSraum, which has been awarded two toques, combines traditional architecture with contemporary design, creating an ambience that is both visually and culinary inspiring.

Urban-alpine aesthetics meet local craftsmanship

The interior design of the restaurant is characterised by a palette of muted colours, high-quality furniture and striking black accents. Special attention is paid to the use of local materials: the fine fabrics come from the interior decorator Maier from Ennstal, the elegant lamps from Light & Living and the handmade furniture from the Haigl joinery in Großarl. These elements fit seamlessly into the themed parlours of the historic 17th century building.

Culinary voyage of discovery in the GENUSSraum

Under the direction of head chef Lukas Cirjak, the GENUSSraum offers a culinary experience that focuses on authentic Styrian-Austrian dishes. The dishes are mainly prepared using regional and seasonal produce, with signature dishes such as the braised shoulder of venison with parsley root and cranberries standing out. The restaurant is open daily, with service hours that include both dinner and weekend lunches, making it ideal for local foodies and hotel guests.

Modernity meets tradition

Hosts Christian Gappmayr and Alexandra Auböck have set themselves the task of merging the historical character of the GENUSSraum with modern architectural elements.

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“Our modern, alpine-urban architecture is also continued in the historic GENUSSraum, combining tradition with the spirit of the times,” explains Gappmayr. Auböck adds: “For a casual cosiness in the guest rooms, we combine local oak with lots of lanterns and pampas grass.”

A visit to the GENUSSraum

Whether you are based in Schladming or visiting the town, the GENUSSraum offers a unique blend of historical ambience and modern flair that you should not miss. Experience for yourself how the GENUSSraum combines tradition and modernity in a harmonious symphony of flavour and style.

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