Burgenland’s newest boutique hotel, NILS am See, welcomes guests and visitors to the region. After one and a half years of intensive construction work, the almost energy self-sufficient and sustainably designed hotel opens in a prime booking location.
Perfect location and impressive facilities
The hotel has 66 rooms of various categories and is located in the immediate vicinity of the lido and the nationally known restaurants “das Fritz” and “Blaue Gans”. The impressive design of the lobby, the use of natural materials and the skilful play with light and decorative elements create a stylish ambience.
Architecture and interior design of the NILS am See
Architects HALBRITTER & HILLERBRAND planned the building, while Jürgen Hamberger of the interior design firm Mezza-Maiso and Stefan Bayer, one of the partners of NILS, designed the sophisticated interior.
Unique outdoor areas and culinary delights
The heated pool and direct access to the Weiden lake resort are additional summer highlights. The in-house kiosk offers culinary delights, and the unique 360-degree rooftop terrace is ideal for a sundowner overlooking Lake Neusiedl and the wine-growing region.
Sustainability as a central element
Unlike many other boutique hotels, NILS am See places great emphasis on sustainability. A photovoltaic system provides much of the electricity needed, and heat pumps supply the entire facility with hot water and heating. Food waste from the kitchen is collected in an underground tank and processed into biodiesel.
NILS am See with partially greened facade
For guests arriving by car, 17 charging stations for electric cars are available in the underground parking garage. The partially greened facade provides cooling and creates habitat for various animal species.
Sustainable furnishings and regional products
The hotel team placed great emphasis on working with regional companies and using sustainable or recycled materials. One example is the floor lamps in the rooms, whose shades are made from recycled marine plastic. The culinary offer of NILS, consisting of a rich breakfast and all-day snacks, mainly sources food from the region.