About Kurhaus

The Kurhaus of Wiesbaden, with its magnificent ballrooms, is frequently the venue for traditional cultural events; open-air concerts and ballet performances in and around the Kurhaus set highlights in Wiesbaden’s cultural scene.

The Wiesbaden Kurhaus in an unprecedented center for national and international congresses, convention conferences, exhibitions, presentations, workshops, seminars and cultural events. Updated technology, a wide range of halls and rooms, full organisational and catering service - these are the foundations of a successful synthesis of historically unique facilities in an ideal location and with optimal infrastructure.

Next to excellent restaurants with a special flair to enjoy, the visitor may want to relax in quiet places, especially in the nearby Kurpark with its large pond and magnificent old trees. Nighttime entertainment might include going to a concert or to the theater, to fashionable bars, sociable wine-drinking places or snug pubs, should you be fond of company. Perhaps you’d rather try your luck at the Wiesbaden Casino? All of this is within walking distance of just a few minutes.

The Wiesbaden Kurhaus, landmark of an elegant city, is surrounded by a lot of green, and splendid historical buildings. 12 rooms and parlors of varying size and style, several restaurants and the Casino are all assembled under one roof, adjacent to the theater colonnades with the State Theater of Hesse built in the baroque style. The Colonnades opposite running over 129 m, are the longest columned hall in Europe providing additional space for further events, special fairs, and exhibitions. Besides, it’s there, where you find the so-called “Petty Gamble” of the Casino.

The “Bowling Green” with it’s two three-bowled cascade fountains is situated between Kurhaus and colonnades, bordered by 160 year-old plane trees.

Facing the Kurhaus: Kaiser-Friedrich-Platz (Emperor Frederick’s Square)right in front of the noble Hotel Nassauer Hof at Wiesbaden’s distinguished boulevard Wilhelmstrasse, with its stylish boutiques, pleasant cafés and superb antique stores around the corner in Taunusstrasse. Nearly all of the top hotels are in the immediate vicinity.

The Rhein-Main-Halls, also part of the center of the city, provide a supplemental option for fair and convention activities, thus ideally completing the offer.

To sum it up: The Wiesbaden Kurhaus, a site of marvellous historical architecture combined with up-to-date conveniences is an experience by itself, a successful synthesis, a harmonious blend of beauty, functionalism, and recreation facilities.