Florian Moosbrugger now is faced with many new challenges. ‘I feel responsible for my employees who cannot leave Lech. It is important to me that, even in this difficult situation, they are given a task and can use their time in a productive manner – for example for further training, which we can offer them in-house and free of charge’, says the hotelier.
To make everyday life somewhat more livable, everybody contributes what they are good at. Daughter Violeta Moosbrugger, for example, is tutoring the spa manager Raluca in German. Raluca herself leads gymnastics exercises for the team, and physiotherapist Adrian provides fitness instruction. The intern Laura from Spain offers instruction in Spanish to interested employees, and even chef David Wagger – in a rare departure from custom – reveals some or other special recipe, like for cheese Spaetzle.
As a successful entrepreneur, Florian is used to thinking at least ten steps ahead. The next season will come – and it is important to keep in touch with the guests now. ‘It seems wrong to me to portray an idyllic picturebook world in Lech that just doesn’t exist at the moment. I prefer to tell folks how we really are and what we are actually doing’.