The following thesis deals with the development of Bad Gastein, a village in the Austrian Alps and its possible future touristic scenario. Bad Gastein always relied heavily on tourism. The village had its time of prosperity around 1900 and in the 50s and 60s. Today, the old centre is obsolete and mass tourism, from which the village gained the most, is constantly decreasing. Illusionary big hotels, with the purpose of bringing life back to Bad Gastein, were built. But these accommodations are replaceable, unattractive, and snatch the charm from Bad Gastein. Therefore, the question arises, which strategies could be used to make a unique destination like Bad Gastein more attractive for tourism again? This work plans a new travel and hotel concept for Bad Gastein. Single mobile lodges are placed on the most exceptional places. These temporary living units should encourage visitors to engage with the natural surroundings and thus, underline the authenticity of this place. These innovative settings should offer a more inspiring and exceptional way of travelling. In order to reach a great diversity of visitors, the lodges vary in size and appearance. They should address individualists, adventurous groups or people who want something out of the ordinary. The chosen sites fascinate particularly due to the surrounding nature. Three individually developed concepts highlight the exceptional beauty of the surrounding nature and make the vacation an unforgettable experience. Moreover, a large effort was made to ensure the mobility and sustainability of the lodges, which aims to develop and foster environmental awareness in tourism.