20th century architecture
Located at the northern entrance to the beautiful old town of Hall in Tirol, the Kurhaus was established in the 1930s according to plans designed by architect Hans Illmer. It offered locals as well as guests a range of health facilities primarily based on salt water. In 1979, under the direction of Innsbruck architect Hans Loch, the Kurhaus was reopened and transformed into an event location. The modern, no-nonsense interior of the Kurhaus allowed for generous design possibilities. Personalised floor planning and flexible technical equipment are hallmarks that make the Kurhaus such an architecturally exciting space for events of all kinds for up to 600 guests.
Rooms / interior furnishing
Two large staircases lead from the foyer, with its elegant marble columns, upwards toward the gallery on the first floor. Additional halls are located here, as is a bar area.
Large hall: 330 m², seating for up to 480
Small hall: 140 m², seating for up to 120
Foyer: Room for around 100 individuals