Discover event venues in Upper Austria

Trying to find the perfect venue for your event in Upper Austria? Whether you are planning a small-scale team meeting, a modern seminar or conference, or a lavish gala dinner, Konflinx helps you find the perfect setting for every occasion.

The ideal stage for your grand event

Idyllic hotels in the countryside, elegant resorts along the waterfront, and modern conference centres in the heart of urban cityscapes: Upper Austria offers an array of outstanding event venues promising a premier conference experience. Standing out prominently among the many options is the luxurious Scalaria Event Resort on the shores of Lake Wolfgangsee, which prides itself on transforming corporate events into unforgettable experiences. If you desire a peaceful setting and moments of relaxation amidst your workflow, why not blend business and pleasure with a stay in one of the province’s sought-after holiday destinations? Find inspiration at Landhotel Grünberg am See, enjoy a well-deserved retreat surrounded by tranquil forests at Gasthof Hotel Stockinger, or choose a conference stay in one of the most picturesque spots along the Danube at Hotel Wesenufer. If a central location with inner city flair is more to your taste, the Park Inn by Radisson Linz in the city’s business district and the Courtyard by Marriott Linz are ideal choices.

Upper Austria’s most popular event venues

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At the heart of the imperial town of Bad Ischl, surrounded by the flower-strewn Kurpark gardens, lies the centrepiece of the local cultural scene: the Kongress- & TheaterHaus. Behind its magnificent historic façade, it houses five versatile event spaces that offer the ideal setting for events of all kinds with up to 850 guests.
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Traunsteinstraße 109, Gmunden
The traditional country hotel Grünberg am See is located on the eastern shore of Lake Traunsee near Gmunden and enchants guests with its wonderful panoramic view.
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Welser Str. 60, Leonding
The traditional Kremstalerhof, a third-generation family business, enchants guests with its rustic flair and heartfelt hospitality
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The conference hotel Park Inn by Radisson is situated at the heart of Linz.
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Europaplatz 2, Oberosterreich, Linz
The 4-star superior hotel Courtyard by Marriott in Linz is situated close to the historic old town.
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Markt 107, Sankt Wolfgang im Salzkammergut
The Scalaria Event Resort, located directly on the shore of Lake Wolfgang, turns events into an overall staging
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Stiftsplatz 1, Spital am Pyhrn
At the JUFA Hotel Pyhrn-Priel, you are meeting surrounded by the historic walls of a baroque monastery and with a view over the imposing mountain scenery of the Kalkalpen National Park — an inspiring setting for events. The 3-star hotel offers four meeting and seminar rooms that can accommodate events with up to 110 attendees, a wellness area, a café, and a billiard room.
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Wesenufer 1, Waldkirchen am Wesen
Meet and celebrate with up to 220 guests in one of the most beautiful spots on the banks of the Danube: The Wesenufer Hotel boasts an idyllic waterfront setting and outstanding conference facilities, making it the ideal venue for your next event. Whether you are looking for a tranquil yet accessible location, a first-class conference experience, or extraordinary leisure time activities for your supporting programme, this venue has it all.
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Doktor-Schauer-Str. 21, Wels
A charming city villa, which houses the modern Hotel Alexandra, is located in a quiet side street in the city center of Wels. In cooperation with the neighboring partner hotel Bayrischer Hof, a central event location with many amenities is offered. Events with up to 95 people take place in a total of seven different seminar and event rooms with individual character. In addition, the hotel has a restaurant, a Sky Sports Bar and cozy feel-good rooms in 4-star quality. As an ecologically oriented business, the Hotel Alexandra bears the Austrian eco-label.
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Ritzlhofstraße 63-65, Ansfelden
The Gasthof Stockinger in Ansfelden offers a quiet location right on the edge of the forest and at the same time impresses with its optimal transport connections: Linz, Wels and Steyr can be reached within a very short time. Seminars, meetings, conferences, meetings or company celebrations - events of all kinds are implemented in the Gasthof Hotel Stockinger. The room selection consists of eight seminar and meeting rooms with room sizes between 36 m2 and 300 m2, which offer capacities from 12 to 500 people depending on the room.
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Stifterstraße 4, Linz
The Hotel am Domplatz offers a modern seminar setting in the center of the Danube city of Linz. Meetings, workshops and seminars for up to 60 people can be accommodated in the hotel's own meeting center. Afterwards, the Domplatz Spa invites you to relax your body and mind. Guests are spoiled with culinary delights in the in-house DomBar or in the two nearby partner restaurants. A selection of 81 elegant rooms, suites and apartments promises restful nights. However, the 4-star hotel not only impresses with its excellent infrastructure and service, but also with its changing design and art objects, which make conference stays in the Hotel am Domplatz an experience for all the senses.
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Gesellenhausstraße 5, Linz
The conference hotel Stadtoase Kolping is situated at the heart of Linz and welcomes seminar guests into an oasis of warmth and hospitality. A modern event zone, consisting of five event spaces with room for up to 250 guests, offers a pleasant atmosphere for productive meetings, seminars, workshops, and many other corporate events. In addition to the conference facilities, the 3-star superior hotel offers a restaurant as well as 106 hotel rooms and apartments.
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Untere Donaulände 9, Linz
The 4-star hotel ARCOTEL Nike is located directly on the Danube and at the same time only a short walk away from the old town of Linz. The room offer includes 10 event rooms with room sizes between 25 m2 and 221 m2, which offer space for up to 180 guests depending on the room and the seating arrangement
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Warte am See 25, Innerschwand am Mondsee
Located conveniently along the A1 motorway, the motor hotel, restaurant, and conference centre Landzeit Mondsee is easy to reach.
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Weinberg 1, Kefermarkt
Weinberg Castle is enthroned on a ridge above the village of Kefermarkt in Mühlviertel.
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Rohrach 8, Kirchschlag bei Linz
Embedded in the idyllic hilly landscape of the picturesque Mühlviertel, the Hotel Alpenblick in Kirchschlag offers a pleasantly quiet location in the countryside, which provides fresh inspiration. At the same time, the conference hotel is only a few minutes' drive from the provincial capital Linz and impresses with its easy accessibility. With its eight seminar rooms, which offer plenty of space for events with up to 100 people. Seminars, meetings, conferences, meetings and many other company events can take place in a professional setting at the Hotel Alpenblick. In the event area, there are eight seminar rooms with room sizes between 38 m2 and 204 m2 as well as a 180 m2 break lounge.
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Explore diversity in the heart of Austria

Upper Austria is a tapestry of diversity. Discover the rolling hills of the Mühlviertel region, the idyllic lakes and mountains of the Salzkammergut, the lush green Danube valley, and the imposing peaks of the Upper Austrian Alps. The multifaceted region offers something for every taste, ensuring a well-rounded experience for both nature enthusiasts and culture aficionados. Thanks to its central location in the heart of Austria, the province further has the advantage of being easily accessible.

Cultural heritage meets innovation

Upper Austria bridges the gap between rich cultural heritage and future-oriented technologies.  Nowhere is this unique blend of what appear to be opposites more evident than in the vibrant cultural scene of Linz, the provincial capital. As a UNESCO City of Media Arts, Linz stands at the forefront of the digital revolution and impresses with its progressive technology scene. Explore the ARS Electronica Center Linz, a hands-on museum of the future where the boundaries between reality and virtuality become blurred, immerse yourself in contemporary Austrian art at the LENTOS art museum, and delve into the world of the internationally renowned steel company at the voestalpine Stahlwelt. Linz’s historic city centre enchants visitors with its imposing buildings steeped in history — among them the Mariendom, Austria’s largest church — which adds a charming contrast to the city’s innovative spirit.

Beyond the capital, there are many cultural gems waiting to be explored. A particularly popular destination in Upper Austria is Hallstadt — so popular, in fact, that the idyllic town was recreated by Chinese architects in their homeland. An equally impressive sight is the romantic Schloss Ort, a castle situated in the middle of Traunsee lake. If you’d like to catch a glimpse of the spirit of the Habsburg monarchy, do not miss out on the Imperial Kaiservilla in Bad Ischl, which used to serve as a summer residence for Emperor Franz Joseph I and Empress Sisi. Another gem is the baroque St. Florian Monastery. Both the basilica and the convent building are listed for historic preservation and house outstanding art treasures as well as an extensive library comprising more than 150,000 volumes. Those who would like to step back in time even further have the opportunity to plunge into the Middle Ages at Clam Castle, where visitors can explore a fully furnished and inhabited medieval fortress.

Inspiring social programme activities

Amidst diverse landscapes, Upper Austria offers a wealth of activities that provide a well-deserved break from demanding conferences. There is a variety of ways to explore the idyllic scenery: Go horse riding and take in the rolling hills of the Mühlviertel from atop your trusty steed, conquer via ferratas and peaks that impress with panoramic views across the lakes of the Salzkammergut region, enjoy boat trips along the Danube, take a guided tour with experienced rangers through the Kalkalpen National Park, or explore Upper Austria’s vast network of cycling routes that spans more than 2,000 kilometres.

Water sports and diving adventures are particularly popular activities in Upper Austria: Lake Attersee is considered one of the most famous diving bases in Europe, there are 1,500-year-old underwater trees and the wreck of the “Kronprinz Rudolf” waiting to be discovered in Lake Hallstatt, and the Alpine lakes offer excellent visibility. You would rather stay closer to the surface? No problem: Upper Austria offers excellent spots for scuba diving in its many rivers and streams.

During the winter months, the Upper Austrian Alps beckon visitors to go skiing, snowboarding, and tobogganing, the Mühlviertel region is a paradise for cross-country skiing, and snowshoe hikes through the National Park allow you to follow the tracks of chamois and other wildlife. Another unique experience are Ruckxbob tours: Carrying a Ruckxbob on your backs — that is, an all-in-one rucksack, sledge, and toboggan — and snowshoes on your feet, you and your team set off on a hike through the winter wonderland. A rapid descent through the deep snow will bring you back down.

If you are looking for a counterbalance to the strains of daily business as well as adventurous leisure time activities, look no further than the five thermal spas Upper Austria has to offer. At the Therme Geinberg spa, visitors can relax surrounded by sandy beaches and tropical flair all year round, while the EurothermenResort Bad Hall offers curative thermal water with natural iodine brine. No matter where, soaking in the hot thermal pools is the perfect way to unwind.

Culinary indulgence

A seminar stay in Upper Austria is also a gourmet experience. In line with its philosophy of blending the old and the new, the province’s cuisine is innovative and daring, yet in harmony with traditions and customs.

Visitors can look forward to being treated to hearty traditional fare while unwinding from their day in pleasant beer gardens. Upper Austria’s cuisine consists of down-to-earth dishes and regional delicacies with a modern twist. A particularly popular staple are dumplings in all their variety: ranging from Semmelknödel — traditional bread dumplings often served with gravy — to spinach dumplings and the sweet Topfenknödel made from curd cheese, there is a dumpling for every taste.

The region takes pride in keeping traditional recipes and authentic production methods alive, which means that numerous dishes with a long history can be enjoyed in Upper Austria. This includes Stanglfisch — that is, a certain species of fish fried on a stick and served with fresh bread —, a number of cabbage dishes, and different types of Sulz, savoury jelly dishes usually made with meat or fish.

For dessert, the famous Linzer Torte cake, which has been baked since the beginning of the 17th century, is a must. For beer lovers, Upper Austria is a land of milk and honey — or, more so, of hops and yeast: the province boasts over 50 breweries producing more than 100 different beers.