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Hotel Information

2019 Ungerboeck Unite EMEA Conference takes place at the Imperial Riding School Renaissance Vienna Hotel. Ungerboeck has negotiated a special conference rate of €136 incl. VAT and city tax (single occupancy, American breakfast buffet and high-speed internet included).

Please note: We strongly recommend booking accommodation as soon as possible because of a large congress taking place in Vienna in April.


Driving directions: Highway A4 from airport, direction Vienna Zentrum – exit Prater/Erdberg – turn left into Schlachthausgasse and continue straight until third set of traffic lights. Turn right into Rennweg and continue until you reach main crossing of Ungargasse. Turn right and our Vienna hotel is on your left after 150 m. More information on maps and transportation can be found here.

Explore Vienna


Vienna is Austria's capital and one of the most famous international destinations for meetings and events. Well known for its Imperial places, coffee culture or music and art, the city of Vienna is a stunning and elegant place for visitors to discover its rich culture and history.

Imperial Palace

Visit one of the biggest palace complexes in the world, Vienna’s Imperial Palace. Once residence and seat of government of the Habsburg emperors, it is now home to numerous museums. For more information, visit: www.wien.info


St. Stephen’s Cathedral

107.2 meters long and 34.2 meters wide, St. Stephen’s Cathedral (Stephansdom) is the symbol of Vienna and one if the most important Gothic structures in Austria. It is therefore a “must” for every visitor of Vienna! For information, visit: www.stephanskirche.at


Hundertwasser House

The apartment building designed by the famous painter Friedensreich Hundertwasser may only be viewed from the outside, but still draws countless visitors from around the world and is definitely worth a visit! You can find it at Kegelgasse 37-39.


Giant Ferris Wheel (Prater)

Built in 1897 to mark the 50th year of Emperor Franz Joseph’s accession to the throne, the Giant Ferris Wheel (Prater) is a famous symbol of Vienna. It offers an amazing view of the city on the river Danube and should be part of your sightseeing tour through Vienna. More information on www.wienerriesenrad.com


Restaurants

Hotel Sacher Wien Philharmoniker Str. 4, 1010 Wien
Mraz & Sohn Wallensteinstraße 59, 1200 Wien
Vestibül Universitätsring 2, 1010 Wien
Kameel Bognergasse 5 A-1010 Wien
Zweitbester Heumühlgasse 2, 1040 Wien
Motto am Fluss, Franz Josefs Kai 2, 1010 Wien

FOR ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES IN VIENNA, VISIT
www.wien.info