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A piece of history
in the big city

Modern yet timeless – this is Palais Strudlhof, one of the most spectacular and historic buildings in Vienna.

Step inside and feel the great past up close.

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The
Palais

Just imagine …

Two lovers stroll through the imperial city of Vienna, past magnificent buildings, traditional cafés, and important sights. Their eyes begin to glow, their faces light up. "What size! What beauty," you can hear them say in amazement.

A world of its own beauty opens up to them. And their dream begins ...

A sight that
moves hearts

In unison, two horses trot through baroque Vienna before being brought to a stop by the coachman. A distinguished gentleman gets off the carriage and extends his hand to his wife. Behind them a palace right out of a fairy-tale, whose majestic beauty takes everyone's breath away.

Key facts

The beginnings

Peter Freiherr von Strudl, an influential Austrian painter and sculptor, acquired a total of five plots of land at the back of the Schottenpoint in 1690. The Viennese court painter built the Palais Strudlhof in this exact location, which from then on went down in history as Strudlberg.

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Let your soul bloom

Slowly they wander through the 2,000 m2 garden. A flowering monument that is by no means inferior to the palace in terms of splendour and size. A spectacular wealth of exotic and rare plants. A beguiling experience that seduces all the senses.

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The First World War

The Austrian-Hungarian Foreign Minister Leopold Graf von Berchtold acquires the Strudlhof. After the murder of the Austro-Hungarian heir to the throne, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, he invites all ministers to the palace and formulates the fateful ultimatum to Serbia that triggers the First World War.

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A precious treasure

A step over the threshold reveals that the Palais is more than just a magnificent property in the heart of the imperial city of Vienna. No matter where you look: historic walls with authentic flair – solemn, monumental, inspired by classical models.

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The year 1970

Palais Strudlhof becomes the venue of the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks on the issue of nuclear arms control. These bilateral conferences involve the United States and the Soviet Union.

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Splendour and imperial atmosphere

Music echoes through the halls, the noble wooden floor vibrates to the beat of the dancers. Under the chandelier, couples sway in each other’s arms as turn and turn in circles. A celebration that the world has never seen before.

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The surroundings

Vienna's Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, can be reached quickly and easily from Palais Strudlhof – on foot, by car, or with public transport. Stroll comfortably through the characteristic alleys and let yourself be encompassed by the flair of this great metropolis.

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Every end is
a new beginning

Slowly but surely, the lovers heads towards Vienna’s Ringstrasse. The unique flair of the modern metropolis makes their royal dream a thing of the past. Their dream journey is over now, but your journey has only just begun.

The
layout

Splendid. Sumptuous. Spectacular.

The layout
The layout
The section views
The section views
The
layout

Splendid. Sumptuous. Spectacular.

The
section views

Premises for refined demands

  • Property: approx. 3,200m²
  • Effective area incl. cellar and adjoining rooms: 2,176m² (possibility to renovate and use the attic)
  • Rooms: 14 (partly combinable with each other)
  • Parking spaces: 16

The
rooms

Ground floor
Ground floor
First floor
First floor

Ground floor
   

Number of persons according to seating type

Room

Surface area (m2)

U-shaped panel

Theatre

Class

Banquet

Cocktail

Park parlour I

55

18

40

18

16

40

Park parlour II

29

18

8

18

Alfred Hermann Fried

34

10

15

8

8

18

Park parlour I + Park parlour II

84

24

70

30

24

70

Park parlour I + Park parlour II +
Alfred Hermann Fried

63

20

42

22

14

42

Berchtold-hall

118

36

100

36

32

100


First floor
   

Number of persons according to seating type

Room

Surface area (m2)

U-shaped panel

Theatre

Class

Banquet

Cocktail

Peter von Strudl

53

16

40

18

16

40

Franz Schubert

23

9

6

12

12

Anton Bruckner

52

18

40

16

24

40

Ludwig van Beethoven

40

14

30

12

12

30


Second Floor
   

Number of persons according to seating type

Room

Surface area (m2)

U-shaped panel

Theatre

Class

Banquet

Cocktail

Louis Pasteur

53

16

40

18

16

40

Erwin Schrödinger

23

9

6

12

12

Sigmund Freud

52

18

40

16

24

40

Róbert Bárány

40

14

30

12

12

30

Sigmund Freud + Erwin Schrödinger

195

48

160

80

96

200

Sigmund Freud + Róbert Bárány

199

48

160

80

96

200

Sigmund Freud + Erwin Schrödinger +
Róbert Bárány

270

64

220

100

120

200


Top floor
   

Number of persons according to seating type

Raum

Surface area (m2)

U-shaped panel

Theatre

Class

Banquet

Cocktail

Rudolf von Alt

52

18

40

16

10

Heimito von Doderer

33

10

30

10

10

Bertha von Suttner

27

12

25

10

12

Second Floor
Second Floor
Top floor
Top floor