Villa Rothschild Autograph Collection

Are you looking for representative meeting rooms near Frankfurt and Wiesbaden? Then you should not miss the conference rooms at Villa Rothschild Autograph Collection in Königstein. The pompous house was built at the end of the 19th century for the banker Wilhelm Carl von Rothschild. The Red and the White Salon are the largest conference rooms. They offer space for up to 55 participants. The Blue Salon borders the Red Salon and has direct access to the extensive exterior terrace. We gladly host smaller meetings at Salon Rothschild. The Vinothek is suitable for a private talk with up to four persons. Villa Rothschild Kempinski has over 22 luxurious rooms and suites that we gladly book for your participants, if required. The catering of your guests lies in the experienced hands of high-class chef Christoph Rainer. We are looking forward to be able to host your conference. Simply give us a call and we will gladly come up with a custom-made offer.

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Venue facts
Number of event areas 6
Venue for Conference & Congress, Meeting
Area Frankfurt surroundings, Königstein / Falkenstein im Taunus
Event areaLength (m)Width (m)Height (m)Area (m2) Max. persons (Rows) Max. persons (Classroom) Max. persons (U-Shape Max. persons (Banquet) Max. persons (Gala) Max. persons (Reception)
Blauer Salon564,627201212162030
Roter Salon884,665653522285580
Weißer Salon794,662653525305580
Salon Rothschild954,632201616203030
Vinothek166
Restaurant10104,6100808080
 WLAN
 Canvas
 Flipchart
 Stage
 DJ system
 Lift
 Goods lift
 Air-conditioned
 Projector
 Sound system
 Lighting system
 Internet
 Power current
 Led-Wall
 Catering free
 Parking
 Daylight
 Access for trucks
 Flooring
 FaB

  Train station  22 kmNext Railway Station: 22 km
  Airport  27 kmNext Airport: 27 km
 Evening event
 Weekdays
 Weekends
 Daytime event

Contact data
Villa Rothschild Autograph Collection
Im Rothschildpark 1
61462 Königstein im Taunus (Frankfurt am Main)

   +49 6174 909824
   +49 172 8479518
Contact person
Roman Iff-Schön