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Conference Center Laxenburg

Vienna ‑ Laxenburg, Austria

Conference and Event Facilities

The Conference Center Laxenburg is suitable for all kinds of functions and provides unforgettable surroundings for events for up to 500 participants. Since renovations have been completed the Conference Center appears in a new light, especially the terrace with its new solar panel is a nice meeting place for cocktails and comfortable coffee breaks. The Conference Center Laxenburg is now, as always, a favorite rendez‑vous for meetings. It is the fusing of the old with the desire to use this historic building for a purpose geared to the future which makes the Conference Center Laxenburg so attractive. The historical state rooms offer space for up to 500 people and in the garden we can host up to 2,200 guests.

Total Area Exhibition Area Theater Classroom U-Shape Cocktail Banquet
Room Name

in Sq Ft/Sq M in Sq Ft/Sq M
State Room Theatersaal 4026/374 4026/374 350 140 80 350 180
State Room Ovaler Saal 1980/184 1980/184 180 120 50 200 150
State Room Marschall Zimmer 1 1550/144 1550/144 140 70 40 140 110
State Room Marschall Zimmer 2 1399/130 1399/130 100 60 40 120 80
State Room Kaminzimmer 882/82 882/82 60 30 20 70 40
Seminar Room Maria Theresia 667/62 667/62 46 20 18 -- --
Seminar Room Franz Josef 646/60 646/60 46 20 16 -- --
Seminar Room Kronprinz Rudolf 646/60 646/60 46 20 16 -- --

Some historic details about the rooms:

Empress Maria Theresia had it built in 1753. Theater ensembles from Austria, France and Italy presented their newest plays here. And today the Theatersaal experiences a Renaissance because more and more cultural events and professional meetings take place in the splendid surrounding.

Ovaler Saal
This baroque room was the former dining room of the Empress. The wall paintings and the old wood floors were completely restored. In summer the room can be opened up and joins the marble terrace and the palace park, creating a one‑of‑a‑kind ambiance and atmosphere. The room can be used for exhibitions, meetings and grand dinners.

Kaminzimmer fire place room)
In the old times this room was called the Chinese Room. It was quite fashionable in the 18th century to have "themed" rooms like this in palaces and to fill them with art and curiosities from the chosen country. The room was renovated up to today's standards and received a wood floor. The decorative, historic tile stove completes the elegant setting.