Stylish banquet and seminar facilities, together with 120,000 m² of gardens, serve as the ideal setting for congresses, seminars and product presentations (up to 200 guests in the palace itself and 2,000 outside on the palace grounds). The "Erzherzog Rainer" and "Montleart" salons on the Bel Etage can be used individually, or combined to create the "Wilhelminensaal". Your event will have a unique venue in the “Library”. The “Audience Hall” lends itself especially to coffee breaks, stylish receptions and standing cocktails. The "Savoyen" and "Sachsen" salons on the 2nd floor are separate rooms with abundant natural lighting and modern conference technology.
Sitting on the edge of Vienna’s 16th district in a beautiful and green setting, Hotel Schloss Wilhelminenberg is right there on the city’s public transportation system, making it an ideal base for tours of the city or business appointments in downtown Vienna (St. Stephen’s Cathedral is less than 30 minutes away).
Reside where once Count Lascy did, today’s hotel combines modern comforts with an ambience that is truly fit for royalty. Elegance and style await you in our 50, two-level maisonette rooms, 33 standard rooms and four junior suites. The comfortably appointed rooms and suites invite you to spread out and relax high above the rooftops of Vienna. All accommodations feature shower/WC, radio, satellite TV, direct-dial phone, computer modem, room safe and mini bar. The majority of our rooms afford you incomparable panoramic views. Most of our regular guests truly appreciate the peaceful nights and good clear air.
The good air atop the Wilhelminenberg allows guests to enjoy a deep and relaxing night’s sleep, which also explains why you will always have a hearty appetite the next morning! When it comes to where you enjoy our sumptuous Power Breakfast Buffet, you actually have a number of options open to you: the winter garden, the Palace Restaurant and, in good weather, out on the sunny terrace. How could your day possibly get off to a better start than this? Embark on a culinary journey through the world of international cuisine and traditional Viennese specialities.