For many, Hallstatt is the most romantic lakeside town in the world. The emerald-green lake, the rugged cliffs of the Salzberg, and lush floral arrangements on the houses create a truly captivating backdrop. Located next to the boat landing, the Heritage.Hotel is the perfect lakeshore location to celebrate moments of romance and joy.
Picture the sequence of your wedding day as it might unfold: After a dinner together the night before and a restful sleep in one of the hotel suites, you will indulge yourself in a comprehensive beauty and wellness program to ensure you are styled to perfection. Following the ceremony – whether held at the registry office, in the Catholic or Protestant church, or on a boat out on the lake – you and your guests will be welcomed on the terrace of the Heritage.Hotel Hallstatt for a celebratory reception with drinks and appetizers.
A photo shoot, dance workshop, boat cruise – the hotel team would be delighted to tailor a side program however you wish. The wedding evening takes place at the "Im Kainz" restaurant of the Heritage.Hotel. Romantic highlights of the festivities include the cake cutting, musical entertainment, along with fireworks and a midnight snack. The following morning, relish a delicious breakfast alongside your wedding guests, leisurely allowing your wedding festivities to draw to a close. The hotel team is always at your service for planning and organizing your very personal wedding day and is happy to fulfill your individual requests.
The civil ceremony can be held at the Hallstatt registry office or even aboard ship. The Hemetsberger ferry service is happy to host civil as well as religious ceremonies during a cruise on Lake Hallstatt. For a traditional church wedding meanwhile, Hallstatt has both a Catholic and a Protestant church available.
Heritage.Hotel Hallstatt actually unites three historically significant and protected buildings: houses Kainz, Stocker, and Seethaler. The reception, the restaurant, the Gable Sauna, and various rooms are located in the main Kainz house. Additional rooms can be found in the Stocker, a three-minute walk away and the oldest secular building in Hallstatt, as well as in the Seethaler, which is a five-minute walk and, due to its hillside location, affords a fantastic view of Lake Hallstatt.
Can you drive a car up to the hotel in Hallstatt?
No. Please park at the paid parking lot P1 (address: Lahnstraße 169, 4830 Hallstatt). The hotel shuttle will transport you to the hotel and back to your car when needed.
Are there elevators in all three buildings?
There are elevators in Haus Kainz and Haus Seethaler, but unfortunately, there is no elevator in Haus Stocker, which is the oldest building in the town.
Are dogs allowed?
Dogs are permitted in the hotel, except for the "Im Kainz" restaurant area. They are not allowed on the shuttle either.