Venues at Hotel Imperial


IMPERIAL HOSPITALITY

A place of magic which captivates, inspires, oozes with stories, and exudes an extra-special atmosphere. This exclusive historic setting offers guests custom solutions for every occasion. The Marble Hall and the Festive Hall (105 m2 each) – the former stables – can each accommodate up to 110 people. The Salon Imperial (66 m2), Salon Ringstrasse (62 m2) and Salon Maria Theresia (37 m2) are perfectly suited for smaller banquets, seminars and formal dinners.

BANQUET VENUES

Festive Hall
Marble Hall
Salon Imperial
Ringstrasse Salon
Salon Maria Theresia

Marmorsaal

Marble Hall 105 m2

The golden Marble Hall is a truly dreamlike location with its three majestic marble columns. Richly decorated arches, sumptuous wall mirrors and magnificent crystal chandeliers suspended from the ornately decorated vaulted ceiling are the crowning features of any event. For champagne brunches, dinners, cocktail parties or clubbings, the Marble Hall adds a golden touch to every moment.

Ringstrassensalon

Ringstrasse Salon 62 m2

With its own entrance directly from Vienna's Ringstrasse boulevard and a pleasant open-air terrace adjoining it, this bright and airy room is perfectly suited for birthday and graduation parties, christenings and anniversaries.

Additional Venues


Salon Maria Theresia

Salon Maria Theresia 37 m2

This timelessly elegant salon, with direct access from Vienna Ring boulevard by way of an adjoining terrace, provides a perfect setting for small business meetings and exclusive receptions.

Festive Hall 105 m2

The bright Festive Hall lends itself perfectly to seminars for up to 110 people, but also to concerts, balls, cocktail receptions and formal dinners. Its marble walls, historic frescos and stucco ceilings add elegance to any occasion. The arrangements for any event can be personalized since the spacious hall - equipped with all the necessary instrumentation and electronic equipment - allows maximum layout flexibility. The Festive Hall can also be used in conjunction with the Marble Hall located opposite.