The fall of the iron curtain and the enlargement of the European Union to the east have put Vienna into the centre of Europe not only from a geographical but, in particular, also from a political and economic point of view. The Austrian capital has established a particularly strong reputation as a business hub between east and west. It is the ideal location to set up business contacts with Eastern and South-Eastern Europe: Over 300 international corporations have chosen the Vienna region as the headquarters of their Eastern European operations – and around 200 of them are directly located in Vienna. In 2017, the annual number of new international businesses in Vienna has achieved a record high.
The Park Hyatt Vienna is located in the city center’s Golden Quarter, in a former bank building dating back to the early 1900s and combines luxury with Viennese elegance.
This iconic hotel offers 800 sqm of premier meeting space in beautifully restored historic rooms equipped with wireless Internet, permanently installed screens as well as the latest audiovisual equipment.
The five meeting rooms as well as the Grand Salon are located on the Bel Etage with immediate access to imposing 100 sqm pre-function area and offer natural daylight.
Catering leaves nothing to be desired, from creative coffee breaks to special menus – accompanied by exceptional service and attentive staff.
Park Hyatt Vienna
Am Hof 2, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Hotel and room details (updates pending)
Payment and Cancellation
Guests are responsible for payment and require a credit card to secure bookings. Reservations may be cancelled free of charge until the arrival day 3:00 PM. No show or late cancellation will be charged 100% of the first night.
Every European city worth its salt has a truly luxurious area in which to shop; a few streets (usually cobbled) that are magnets for those looking for the very best in life. Paris has the Champs-Élysées, of course, a tree-lined boulevard in the eighth arrondissement; London has bustling Bond Street and, for those in the know, the more discreet and exclusive Mount Street, tucked away in a village-like corner of Mayfair. And now, after an extensive expansion completed in late 2014, Vienna has the Goldenes Quartier, or Golden Quarter, in the heart of the city’s First District, which is a listed Unesco World Heritage Site.
Set between St Stephen’s Cathedral and the Stock Exchange, the refurbished area is in the most historic part of Vienna. It includes a century-old building located in Am Hof square as well as the Hochholzerhof building in the Tuchlauben area.
The Golden Quarter has attracted some of the world’s most impressive fashion houses with established outlets in magnificent historic buildings inviting visitors to soak up the grandeur and traditions Vienna is famous for.