I love this spa. It's set in a gorgeous Alpine village so you can wander out and eat in fabulous restaurants and peruse the shops if you get bored (but you won't). It's a funny mix of old and new - parts are still quite olde worlde Tyrolean, while other parts are all pared back minimalism but with a serious dose of comfort. I loved my bedroom with its chrome and leather chaise longue and mohair throw. The bed was one of the most comfortable I've ever slept in.
The spa itself is all smart and gleaming and just so professional. The therapists were all stunning and I had some of the best massage I've ever had here. Be warned - Austrians aren't remotely coy and you just strip off (and may have a male masseur). You get what you need here and my therapist used kinesiotape to fix a headache and also a dodgy Achilles. He also recommended cryotherapy, which is a specialty of the spa - where you spend a few minutes in seriously subzero temperatures. It IS scary at first but the results are incredible. I limped in and nearly bounced out.
Aqua aerobics was good fun. The gym was pretty good too, if I recall.
Food is excellent and the staff are very friendly and welcoming. My only grouch was that it seemed odd for a health spa to allow smoking in the bar - that put me off. But otherwise, just superb.