Fascination of the alpine mountains - pulsating urban space.
This unique interplay makes the Innsbruck region a special conference destination. And your meeting an exchange of a different kind. We reveal our favourite places for unforgettable events.
"Green Meeting" - meeting and golfing in an exclusive resort
The Alpenresort Schwarz on the Mieminger Plateau offers a very special setting for your management meeting in an exclusive setting: Situated on the sun-drenched Mieminger Plateau Golf Park, the property is characterised by its diverse possibilities.
The management seminar is held in one of the light-flooded seminar rooms in the Greenvieh Chalet event location - always with a view of the surrounding panorama. The rooms for up to 140 people are not only equipped with state-of-the-art technology, they also invite you to enjoy an "aperitif with a view" on the roof terrace above.
After a successful meeting, the 27-hole golf course awaits you to deepen the team spirit in a goal-oriented way, in a unique mountain setting and for all handicaps - from the 9-hole park course to the 18-hole champion course. What better way to deepen (business) relationships than with a game of golf!
The rustic Stöttlalm provides a successful end to the day. At the highest point of the golf course, you can look back on the day with hearty Tyrolean delicacies and delicious alpine snacks.
"Up in the air" - meet on Innsbruck's peaks.
"Above the clouds, freedom must be limitless..." as an all-too-familiar song taught us. Consequently, it is worth looking upwards from the city and planning the next meeting at higher levels.
The "Seegrube" on the Nordkette at 1,905 metres offers just the right thing: fresh mountain air and a breathtaking (wide) view of the city of Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains. The 50 m² seminar room offers space for up to 50 people.
If you want to go even higher, you will not only find an incomparable natural paradise on Innsbruck's local mountain, the Patscherkofel, but also top-equipped seminar rooms at 1,965 metres. The two seminar rooms can be individually seated and are ideal for workshops for up to 20 people.
High, higher, Hoadlhaus. At 2,340 metres, Innsbruck's highest event location with a breathtaking sun terrace for your incentive event. Meetings are held in the three flexibly configurable conference rooms of the Hotel Lizum1600 at the foot of the Axamer Lizum, before a leisurely ride up to over 2,000 metres on the Olympic cable car - a guided mountain hike is also available for the more active.
"Back in Time" - Meetings as in the days of the emperor
Emperor Maximilian I (1459 - 1519) held important political meetings in Innsbruck. He made the city the European centre and hub of international events.
Even today, events are held in the residence of Emperor Maximilian I: The 500-year-old Giant Hall (Riesensaal) in the Hofburg Innsbruck provides a stylish setting for celebrations as well as for lectures and presentations. Huge paintings of the imperial family, magnificent chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling windows make you feel like you've been transported back to imperial times. The 410 m² hall can accommodate up to 400 people, depending on the seating arrangement.
Directly next to it is the historic "Dogana" event hall from the 16th century - once one of the largest hall theatres in Europe and the stage for the first conference in Tyrol. Today it is the heart of the internationally oriented Congress Messe Innsbruck (CMI) and, with almost 2,000 m², the ideal venue for events for up to 1,200 participants in cinema seating.
Just outside Innsbruck lies the Cistercian monastery of Stams Abbey, which was the venue for the peace meeting between Emperor Maximilian I and the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire as early as 1497. Even today, the monastery with its magnificent "Bernardisaal" offers a unique historical setting for your event. The richly decorated hall with its wrought-iron grilles, lifelike wall paintings and stuccoed ceiling can accommodate up to 200 people. Culinary delights are served in the romantic Abbey Garden and the Baroque Orangery Hall.
On the way back to the provincial capital, it is worth stopping at the oldest inn in Tyrol: the listed Mellaunerhof. The historic vaults, cosy parlours and a wine cellar, the floor of which - according to legend - was once a Roman path, take you back to the 15th century in an impressive way. Renovated in 2017, the 4-star inn also boasts 11 comfortable rooms and suites as well as a spacious and bright seminar room for up to 60 people and modern facilities.
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