Discover event venues in Vorarlberg

Looking for the perfect venue for your event in Vorarlberg?

Meet and celebrate amidst a paradise of glaciers, alpine pastures, and mountain lakes in Austria’s westernmost province. The awe-inspiring scenery is just one of many reasons why Vorarlberg is an ideal location for any event. Situated in the four-country region where Austria, Switzerland, Germany, and Liechtenstein converge, Vorarlberg is easily accessible for international guests.

Make your event vision a reality

From state-of-the-art conference centres to charming boutique hotels nestled in picturesque alpine villages and exclusive resorts, Vorarlberg offers a diverse array of stunning settings for your event. Standing out among the many options is the award-winning Festspielhaus Bregenz, recognised as one of the world’s premier congress centres. For a unique blend of rustic tradition and contemporary luxury consider the exclusive 5-star hotel Gasthof Post and the boutique hotel Die Mittagsspitze. If you are dreaming of a conference stay complemented by relaxation and wellness experiences, Alpenhotel Montafon, Panoramahaus Dornbirn, and Löwen Hotel Montafon are excellent choices.

Vorarlberg’s most popular event venues

Whether you are looking for a meeting space, a conference hotel, or an event centre, Konflinx is here to help you find the perfect venue for any occasion. Discover, compare, and book the region’s most popular event venues in just a few clicks.

Schloß-Gayenhof-Platz 5, Bludenz
Breaks are a unique element in our house. Even during short breaks, you can go out into the fresh air with your colleagues or partners because the forest is in the immediate vicinity. A quiet garden with seating, a café, a panorama terrace and our restaurant rooms are at your disposal. We spoil you with culinary delights - from breakfast together to a light lunch and dinner. We serve soul food, regional dishes and modern compositions. Our menu offers vegetarian or vegan options.
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Platz der Wr. Symphoniker 1, Bregenz
As a high-profile event venue, the Festspielhaus Bregenz is setting new standards. Whether it be a banquet, a congress, a conference, an exhibition, or a workshop, the Festspielhaus Bregenz’s experienced event team will assist you in making your event dreams — both big and small — come true. There is a choice of 23 function rooms and conference halls with room sizes ranging from 120 sqm to over 1,600 sqm, which have been designed to be booked individually or as a combination of rooms.
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Mehrerauerstr. 51, Bregenz
Having welcomed guests with a mixture of inviting hospitality, rich tradition, and modern amenities for over a hundred years, the 3-star hotel Hotel Lamm is a popular event venue. A selection of six modern halls, function rooms, and boardrooms serves as a backdrop for events with 10 to 180 guests. Guests of Hotel Lamm further enjoy an in-house restaurant with a focus on sustainability, a café and bar, as well as a choice of 79 rooms and suites.
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Platz der Wr. Symphoniker 2, Bregenz
On the picturesque shores of Lake Constance, surrounded by a breathtaking mountain panorama, lies the Grand Hotel Bregenz, a true gem of the MGallery Hotel Collection. This exceptional 4-star hotel seamlessly blends local culture, scenic beauty, and modern conference facilities under one roof.
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Meet and celebrate against the backdrop of a breathtaking Alpine panorama: The boutique hotel Die Mittagspitze in the heart of Vorarlberg offers the perfect setting for successful corporate events, away from the hustle and bustle of daily business. Boasting a seminar room for up to 90 participants, a panorama restaurant seating 140 guests, a hotel bar and lounge, a wellness and fitness area, as well as spacious rooms and suites, the 4-star superior hotel features all amenities needed to make your next event a success.
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Hatlerstr. 2, Dornbirn
A cosy atmosphere, welcoming hospitality, and delectable cuisine await you at the 4-star hotel Krone in Dornbirn. As a family-run guest house with a rich tradition, it provides the perfect backdrop for both business events and celebrations with up to 100 guests.
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Perched on a hill overlooking the picturesque city of Dornbirn and the surrounding mountains, the Four Points by Sheraton Panoramahaus Dornbirn is an exceptional event venue. Meet and celebrate with up to 250 guests in the modern event zone, unwind in the wellness and spa area, indulge in culinary delights served at the two in-house restaurants, and enjoy a restful night’s sleep in one of the 162 comfortable rooms and suites.
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The exclusive 5-star boutique hotel Gasthof Post in Lech am Arlberg fuses long-standing tradition and contemporary style under one roof. Whether it be a seminar, a training, a workshop, or a gala dinner — events of all kinds with up to 180 guests will find the ideal setting in this enchanting ambience.
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Silvrettastraße 8, Schruns
Meet in between luxury, nature, and tradition at the 4-star superior hotel Löwen Hotel Montafon in Schruns. Whether it be interactive workshops, innovative product presentations, or landmark conferences — thanks to four flexible event spaces with room sizes ranging from 43 sqm to 200 sqm, the hotel offers the ideal setting for events with up to 204 guests. Additionally, the conference hotel offers a wealth of options for the supporting programme, a spacious wellness and spa area, a gym, two gourmet restaurants, a hotel bar, as well as 102 elegant rooms and suites.
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Silvrettastraße 175, Schruns
Professional conference facilities, luxurious wellness offers, and mouth-watering gourmet cuisine: During a seminar stay at the Alpenhotel Montafon, you will enjoy both an excellent conference experience and all the perks of a relaxing vacation — the perfect combination of business and pleasure.
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Experience Vorarlberg

For a varied supporting programme, Vorarlberg’s different regions offer everything your heart desires within short travel distances. Explore the natural treasures of the alpine region and the Kleinwalsertal valley while hiking or biking, immerse yourself in art, dance, and music at the shores of Lake Constance, enjoy speedy ski runs on the Arlberg, indulge in culinary delights in the Bregenzerwald region, or relax amidst the idyllic alpine villages in the Montafon region.

Sights and culture

Amid Vorarlberg’s mountains, there is plenty of cultural heritage to discover.

Bregenz, the provincial capital, fascinates visitors with its contrasts: The medieval flair of the well-preserved historic centre coalesces with ultra-modern pieces of aesthetic architecture. It comes as no surprise that the region has become a focal point of the international architecture scene.

One of the most famous buildings is the Kunsthaus Bregenz (KUB), the city’s modern art museum with its translucent glass façade, which has long since become one of Bregenz’s landmarks. Inside the KUB, visitors are inspired by ever-changing exhibitions featuring contemporary international artists.

Not too far away, another masterpiece is waiting to be admired: The vorarlberg museum houses artefacts from art, folklore, and archaeology, offering the opportunity to rediscover the province’s history.

The undisputed highlight of the city’s architectural works of art, however, is the Seebühne — the world’s largest floating stage. Serving as the setting for the Bregenzer Festspiele, also known as the Bregenz Festival, the Seebühne and its spectacular stage sets play an important role in shaping the cityscape.

Outside the provincial capital, more cultural experiences await. At the inatura museum in Dornbirn, visitors can experience nature, humanity, and technology in an interactive way. Equally impressive is a visit to the Skyspace Lech, a Lightroom that makes it possible to experience the way sky and earth meet with fresh eyes. Music lovers should not miss the concerts of the Schubertiade — the world’s most renowned Schubert festival, which takes place in the Bregenzerwald region every year.

Memorable experiences

In Vorarlberg, a wealth of experiences and adventures awaits.

Whether it be hiking, mountain biking, and rock climbing during the summer months or skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing in winter — amidst Vorarlberg’s breathtaking alpine world, mountain sports are highly popular all year round.

Several excellent ski regions, rich in natural snow, as well as numerous snow and fun parks make the province a winter sports destination with a global reputation. The Arlberg in particular has made a name for itself: the outstanding ski region is not only the largest ski area in Austria but also one of the five largest ski resorts in the world.

Outside the winter sports season, the Vorarlberg mountains offer a wide range of adventure activities and water sports: enjoy sailing, surfing, SUP, wakeboarding, or rafting — in Vorarlberg, the sky is the limit.

Taking a refreshing dip in one of the region’s natural bathing facilities, such as the Old Military Lido in Bregenz, or in the crystal-clear mountain lakes is the perfect way to end a long day of conferences, seminars, and meetings. Should the weather throw a spanner in the works, the best thing to do is to recharge your batteries in one of Vorarlberg’s wellness oases.

Culinary delights

Fresh, regional, and refined — that is the taste of Vorarlberg. Traditional dishes and modern delicacies are created from high-quality ingredients sourced from local farms and manufacturers.

The province’s cuisine is bound to make the hearts of cheese lovers beat faster, as you can’t get past cheese of all kinds in Vorarlberg. The Bregenzerwald Cheese Road provides a fascinating insight into the production process and invites visitors to taste their way through the delicious variety, consisting of more than 80 different regional cheeses.  Cheese also plays a major role in many authentic dishes such as Käsknöpfle — that is, cheesy pasta dumplings — and the popular Almjause, the hearty snack platters traditionally served at alpine huts.

Other highlights of Vorarlberg’s cuisine include Riebel — a sweet dish made from corn semolina — traditional yeast buns and pastries, as well as fresh fish specialities from Lake Constance.

These and many other delicacies are served in a variety of eateries, ranging from rustic alpine huts to top-class gourmet restaurants. When it comes to choosing where to eat, guests are spoilt for choice: the Arlberg region alone boasts over 20 award-winning gourmet restaurants.