panoramic view ice q sölden | © Bergbahnen Sölden/Rudi Whylidal© Bergbahnen Sölden/Rudi Whylidal

ice Q: Fine Dining with James Bond

The exclusive gourmet restaurant ice Q next to the top of the Gaislachkoglbahn cable car is famous for its haute cuisine – an expression which can be taken literally up here at more than 3,000 metres above sea level!

This unique summit restaurant rose to fame a few years ago when it was used during filming for the  James Bond film "Spectre".   

Guests can follow in the footsteps of 007 and enjoy a meal overlooking more than 250 mountains over 3,000m. The restaurant has even created its own wine called Pino 3000.

ice q restaurant sölden | © Bergbahnen Sölden/Rudi Whylidal© Bergbahnen Sölden/Rudi Whylidal

Foodie Heaven
at 3,048 Metres

The Hotel Bergland is a partner business of the ice Q restaurant. Simply speak to a member of staff at the hotel and we will be happy to book a table for you at the Ice Q.  

Access to this exclusive eatery high above the clouds is quick and easy thanks to the Gaislachkoglbahn, one of the highest cable cars of its kind in the world. This eye-catching piece of technology is capable of transporting 3,600 passengers per hour.

Up at the top, it is time to settle down for an exquisite meal at the ice Q in futuristic surroundings with glass walls giving a 360° panoramic view of theÖtztal Alps.


food ice q sölden | © Bergbahnen Sölden/Rudi Whylidal© Bergbahnen Sölden/Rudi Whylidal

Museum & Display 007 Elements

007 ELEMENTS: an unusual museum situated 3,048 m above sea level, inside the Gaislachkogl mountain in Sölden. 

Directly adjacent to the ice Q restaurant, stand-in for the Hoffler Clinic the James Bond film "Spectre", this high-tech exhibition enthrals visitors with a light show and other spectacular elements on 2 storeys and 1,300 m².

Shadowing James Bond

The spy as a tourist attraction
  • Stunning architecture in high mountain regions
  • Interactive elements
  • Dramatic acoustic backdrop
  • Brilliant action scenes
james bond spectre sölden location

Haute Cuisine

Days out on the slopes with Hotel Bergland owner and multiple world powder skiing champion Sigi Grüner often culminate in a luxurious meal in the ice Q restaurant at over 3,000 metres.