The exclusive rooms on the first floor are suitable for cultural events, receptions, conferences, meetings, weddings, exhibitions, fairs, Christmas parties, balls and much more.
It is an estate steeped in history, where the past meets the present on its Renaissance façade. It got its name from the Pálffy princely family, who owned the palace in the 17th century. Famous personalities came and went. Even Wolfgang Amadé Mozart played music in these halls as a child. Later, his "Figaro" is said to have had its first performance here in private.
The reconstruction and innovations after the Second World War gave today's appearance its characteristic character: on the outside a piece of old Vienna, on the inside a style mix of classicism, 20th century and modern, contemporary design.
Actually, instead of halls, it should be called "soul" here. After all, the event rooms of Palais Pálffy are the core of the house. In the Figaro Hall I, with 100 square metres of space for up to 100 people, Mozart's genius is palpable. The master already worked here as a child. Culture and events also tie in with this tradition in the Figaro Hall II with a further 160 square metres of space for up to 200 people. A concert grand piano is available. For meetings and receptions on a smaller scale, the Haydn Salon with its exclusive bar area and space for up to 30 people plays first fiddle.
Per day from
Figaro Saal I
Figaro Saal II
Rental period is freely negotiable