Hotel Post

Large umbrellas Wind walls Gastronomy Hotels

The jetty on which guests are happy to stay longer, come wind or rain


2 umbrellas in format 4 x 6 m,
2 umbrellas in special format 5,5 x 4 m
Total covered area: 92 m²
Extras: Rain gutters


Hotel Post


Achensee, AT


July 2018

How the Hotel Post on the lakeside promenade in Pertisau am Achensee Lake is already looking forward to the re-opening after the crisis and for the summer.

For more than 100 years, the hotel in Pertisau, directly on the shore of Lake Achensee and surrounded by the majestic Karwendel Mountains, has been an extremely popular place for tranquility and relaxation. Since 2018, the Seebar, right next to the landing stage, has been promising the most beautiful moments of enjoyment in a very special atmosphere. This highlight - the “floating” restaurant, is a genuine guest magnet and is now an indispensable source of revenue. The popularity of the Seebar, with its stylish lounge furniture and the inviting bar counter, is growing ever more. As more of a lake view could not be possible – and the guests can simply stay seated, even when the sun is no longer shining or the clouds draw in.

The four Meissl large umbrellas make this possible. Three of these are 4 x 6 meters and an umbrella measuring 5,5 x 4 meters was especially made. All large umbrellas are connected to each other by means of practical rain gutters and fixed on a steel trough construction. What is special about this is: 
The wind protection solution was already in place. Luckily however, Meissl is so flexible and customizes its products so that every large umbrella can be customized to the present conditions. And upon request, Meissl also offers, for example, retractable wind protection walls or swing panels directly to the water.

total covered area
large umbrellas
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