Austria – Contemporary Biedermeier. Starting September 2013


The new Falkensteiner city flagship hotel, close to the centre of Vienna and easily accessible from Vienna West Station and the new Vienna Main Station. The hotel’s architectural journey through time from the Biedermeier period to the modern days provides an accurate reflection of Vienna’s flair. High level of functionality and snug comfort provide the perfect working environment and a relaxing oasis of tranquillity.

Opening this Fall, the new Falkensteiner Hotel Vienna Margareten offers you a central location, excellent equipment and features 195 rooms and suites, with king/queen size bed, bathroom with underfloor heating and shower, some with bathtub, hairdryer, flat screen TV, high-speed Internet connection (wireless LAN), safe, minibar, desk, air conditioning, coffee machine in each room (free capsules and tea bags).

The unique Falkensteiner Alpine-Adriatic cuisine sits at the crossroads of light, Mediterranean delicacies and down-to-earth Alpine dishes, which is skilfully combined with a new interpretation of traditional Viennese specialties. An enjoyable mix of local culinary traditions and a new, light cuisine. Comfort, lifestyle, hospitality and excellent food have always been the top priority in this city.

Approx. 300 sq m conference area for seminars, workshops, meetings and ceremonies:

  • Conference area basement with 2 seminar rooms: Salon Grillparzer (73 sq m) and Salon Danhauser (73 sq m). They can be combined into a 146 sq m space.

  • Conference area ground floor with 2 seminar rooms: Salon Schubert (72 sq m) and Salon Elssler (110 sq m). They can be combined into a 182 sq m space

All rooms have natural light and feature state-of-theart conference equipment.

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