Radisson Blu Schwarzer Bock Hotel - Superior Room with Balcony - Balcony view

Wiesbaden

Explore our conference venues in Wiesbaden

Host your next business meeting or conference in Wiesbaden

Wiesbaden is one of Europe’s oldest spa towns. Some two million liters of hot water bubble from Wiesbaden’s twenty-six thermal springs every day, so it’s an ideal location for organizers looking for a conference destination with health and wellness options. It’s also renowned as one of Germany’s popular wine regions, with Wiesbaden often called ‘the gateway to the Rheingau’, famous for Riesling wine. 

Event planners will find arts and culture in abundance, with many museums and theaters to enjoy. The destination also hosts the annual International May Theatre Festival, one of the world’s most distinguished international theater and music festivals. With a broad array of event venues in Wiesbaden, the city is equally suited to bigger conferences or more intimate meetings.

Perfectly located for both international and domestic business meetings

Wiesbaden is just 30 minutes by car or train from Frankfurt Airport, one of Europe’s largest travel hubs, making access to the city convenient. There are direct flights from Frankfurt to around 260 destinations, with many national and international airlines flying to and from the airport. Another option is Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, around an hour’s drive from Wiesbaden with connections to and from many international destinations, including London, Edinburgh, Tenerife, Dublin, and Venice.

Things to do with your group

  • Get your fitness up to speed with a jogging activity combined with a sightseeing tour, where delegates can jog from one attraction to the next.  
  • Take a wine tour along the Rhine - the area around Wiesbaden is renowned for its Pinot Noir grapes. 
  • Travel back in time with an activity based around the 'Future aktiv app,' where delegates can discover two centuries' worth of Wiesbaden's colorful history. 
  • Relax in an outdoor or indoor pool, a thermal bath, or a sauna. You can also take a water-based fitness class.  
  • Discover Freudenberg Palace, where visitors can play games exploring balance, gravity, light and darkness, sounds, and the senses.

Our venues in Wiesbaden

Radisson Blu Schwarzer Bock Hotel - Superior Room with Balcony - Balcony view

First opened as a bathhouse in 1486, our hotel is the perfect choice for visitors who want to experience the city's rich history.

Experience meetings that are successful for you and the planet

We’re committed to environmental sustainability, which is why we offset the carbon footprint for every event taking place in our hotels at no cost to you.