The former Vienna Stock Exchange building boasts a distinctive brick-red facade and is one of the most prominent edifices on the world-famous Ring boulevard, a thoroughfare laid out in the 19th century. The Börsensäle premises were constructed by Danish architect Theophil von Hansen between 1871 and 1877 and housed the Vienna Stock Exchange until 1998.


Today, the hall is a dignified setting for large-scale festivities. The festive ambience of the Börsensäle makes events held there unforgettable occasions, while state-of-the-art technical equipment ensures first-class event execution. The three splendid halls boast unique architecture, dominated by a colourful abundance of sumptuous stonework and sculptures, lending themselves ideally to dynamic encounters. Annual meetings, presentations, conferences, corporate celebrations and fashion shows are just a few of the events possible in the Börsensäle.

Culinary potential knows no bounds in the Börsensäle. The caterers of your choice have premises with professional infrastructure at their disposal. The lavishly equipped catering kitchen makes it possible to add a masterly touch to all gourmet delights, meaning that guests can be perfectly catered for. It goes without saying that the professional in-house team is delighted to provide advice and support. If called upon, they can assist in initial planning, the selection of related activities and the staging of events themselves.

Suitable for max. 450 people for dinner or 220 people for dinner with dance.

The largest conference room allows seating of 390 people theatre style or 150 people classroom style.