As unique as all the splendid moments to be celebrated or the countless meetings to be held, so varied are the different rooms of the Weitsicht, ranging from inspiring to stately and cosy. Professional support before, during and after the event as well as customised catering to suit your taste go without saying – and the top position above the city’s vineyards does the rest. So it might be difficult to choose a room… but, on the other hand, why choose one when you can have several or even all?
Just perfect for those who want to reach for the sky ...
Whatever you are planning, whether a conventional seminar, a chilly Christmas party or an impressive press conference, the Panoramahaus ensures the highest perfection on all levels and thus truly provides the perfect setting for all occasions. Each of the three floors has an exclusive terrace, an integrated bar that can only be seen when it is actually ‚in use’, and of course cutting-edge technology – and yet each one is entirely unique.
Where the sky is the limit: As a true highlight on the top level of the Panoramahaus, the Galerie provides the best possible panoramic views and thus guarantees unforgettable moments. Just under 80 light-flooded square metres and a spacious terrace of more than 400 square metres not only offer space for up to 100 standing, sitting or dancing guests, but also a view over Vienna that is something to be proud of. If that doesn’t stimulate peak performance!
Where a glance says more than a thousand words: On the 250 square metres on the middle floor of the Panoramahaus, your gaze wanders into the far horizon as if by itself – and your thoughts follow randomly. This can, for example, easily happen on the private terrace of the Panoramaloft, which offers almost 600 square metres of unbelievable space for up to 300 people. You really can’t blame anyone for suddenly mutating from office dude to party animal. After all, this might (really) happen from time to time …
Where you can enjoy Vienna’s first row foot-free: On more than 130 square metres, the Gartensalon on the lowest floor of the Panoramahaus offers space for up to 160 guests and the ideal setting for sparkling ideas, inspiring discussions and brilliant brainstorms. Your head may well start smoking. In such case, it’s quite simple: Get out into the open air, breathe in the fresh mountain air – and realise again and again how stunningly beautiful it actually is up here!
See and be seen? Making a splash instead of a spill? And a little decadence to match? Where else but in this splendour! The ambience of the historic walls is anything but conventional and happily offers many delights. Any event, from film premieres to galas and congresses, can be staged in this picturesque setting – with much glamour, even more glitter and a lot of ballyhoo, since the otherwise so classy discreetness may, or rather needs to, give way to extravagance in this stylish palace.
Where opulence takes on a new dimension: Even if it is said never to lose sight of the bigger picture, an exception is worth being made in the almost 450 square metres of the Kuppelsaal. After all, there are countless splendid details for the up to 400 guests to discover, such as the mundane chandeliers or the iconic domed ceiling. Yet, behind the historic charm there is after all (also) a sophisticated technology that gives the celebration the crowning touch. So, state of the art in the dignified palace!
Let’s face it: Away from sterile seminar rooms and barren conference hotels, ideas bubble up much more easily – and in the well-deserved breaks, sometimes a drink or two, as well. Whether it’s a conference, a workshop or a product presentation, the private, historic building atmosphere of the Meierei is the perfect venue to break away from the daily routine and to work on innovative projects in a happy and relaxed way and, of course, to leave an (unforgettable) impression.
Salon I + II
Where work becomes an event: Far away from the dull office routine, the two salons on the ground floor of the Meierei offer a welcome change of scenery for up to 60 people and provide both the best views and new perspectives – on the city, on your business or on whatever you are looking at – and perhaps from the spacious terrace simply into the void … Since by then it has become clear: Work doesn’t need to feel like work and this – in turn – feels good. Or how do you see that?