Art at the Post in Lech

Art at the Post in Lech

Art has always had a high priority at the Post in Lech.

Already for generations we have appreciated the value of high-class works of art, and some valuable pieces have found a new home at the Post.

The pictures and paintings also contribute to the typically homey, pleasant ambience and fascinate guests from near and far. Some of the masterworks which adorn the Post in Lech are known far beyond the borders.

Our popular Emo Stube, for instance, owes its name to the artist Henrich Emo.
His works mark the traditional Stube inn and provide it with its pleasant atmosphere and cosiness.

In the new, light-flooded Panorama Restaurant, Georg Arnold-Graboné is responsible for all the works of art.

Restaurant „Postblick“, Hotel Gasthof Post, Familie Moosbrugger, Lech am Arlberg
Emostube; Hotel Gasthof Post, Moosbrugger family, Lech am Arlberg, Austria

The Post facade as well as many paintings in different rooms were created by the well-known Lüftmaler (mural art painter) Günther Wasmeier.

Many works which can be admired at the Post originate from Fritz Laube, who is considered to be one of the leading representatives of animal painting of the 20th century.

Hotel Post Lech, Lech am Arlberg (Austria), Guest Room
Postillion Room, Post Lech
Hotel Post Lech, Lech am Arlberg, Herzog Suite

The Post has, however, not only many artistic stories to tell. Not so many properties have such a tradition-steeped history worth telling. For these valuable stories about the property and also about famous personalities at the Post and in Lech not to be forgotten, we had the idea of our “Post Whodunnit”. Many interesting facts are narrated in this way – with a lot of suspense, fascination and information at the same time.

Feinpostladen im Hotel Post

Thrilling events at the Hotel Post – the action:

At the Hotel Gasthof Post in Lech a valuable painting is stolen. Who is behind it? And what motives does the unknown perpetrator have? The community philosopher Katrin Neuer and her friend, the urban sociologist Oliver Vonlanthen, who happen to be there by chance, take over the clarification of this case as amateur investigators together with the police. They learn a lot about the history and the inner life of the Post but also about the village and the people in Lech. After several traces lead to a cul de sac, they finally succeed in convicting the true perpetrator and bring him to justice.


We were able to win Dr. Andreas Giger as an author. Born in 1951, he lives and works as a freelance and independent future philosopher, writer and photographer in the Swiss Appenzell region.
Since 2011 Giger has written around 24 brand whodunnits for companies and municipalities, and we are absolutely pleased that, together with us, he has also written the stories involving the Post in an exciting manner.


Do you want to know more?

The Post Whodunnit is available in our online shop – Or visit us personally at the Post and get your personal copy – from 7 January onwards, we will be available for you again.

See you soon in Lech,
Your Moosbrugger Family