Seminar hotel in Styria

Schloss Seggau is a cultural, intellectual and spiritual centre of the province of Styria, the green heart of Austria. Meetings and encounters have been a tradition here since the 12th century. So the castle has earned its status as one of the most beautiful seminar hotels in southern Styria.

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Nestled in the scenic beauty of southern Styria, the unobstructed view of the countryside allows your thoughts to run free. The alternation between rest and activity, between solitude and community, between concentration and leisure will replenish your body, mind and soul.

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Our contemporary congress, conference and seminar centre with its various seminar rooms in the vicinity of Graz offers the ideal environment for meetings and inspiring work, supported by charming surroundings. Contemporary architecture has been integrated into the historic building at the seminar hotel in Leibnitz, skilfully bridging the gap between tradition and modernity.

A wide variety of rooms from 40 to 253 m² with modern, technical infrastructure offer space for up to 310 participants.

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Hotel Schloss Seggau in southern Styria is ideal for meetings, seminars, congresses, conferences, company celebrations and incentives in Leibnitz and the surrounding area.

The size of the event location (1,350 m² of event space), which can accommodate up to 650 people, is unique in the whole of southern Styria.

As an all-inclusive provider for congresses up to 310 people (eating, sleeping, meeting in one place), the seminar hotel in Leibnitz in Austria is one of the best. Our many years of experience in the education, congress and conference sector mean we can provide the best support for the organisation of both large conferences and small seminars.

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