The QIPC Review will take place at the Hotel Klosterbrau, A-6100 Seefeld, Tirol, Austria - a five star hotel situated in the very centre of Seefeld.

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In the 16th century, Emperor Maximilian I commissioned the building of the "Monastery of Sevelt". Here Augustinian friars, used to serve food to the crowned heads who came to "Sevelt" to hunt. In the year 1805, monastic life drew to a close and, since then, the building has been under private ownership of the restaurateur family Seyrling.

Location & Parking
The 5-star Klosterbräu is in the center of Seefeld village. Vehicle access is permitted, and a guarded parking lot is available free of charge.

All rooms are equipped with bath/WC, television, minibar, telephone, radio, safe and bathrobes.

Conference facilities

(panoramic view)

The six conference rooms of the monastery offer conferences, receptions and banquets of every size, from the intimate Monk Cellar to the Augustinian Choir, which seats up to 180 (see above).

Technical equipment available (please organise equipment requests through Sarah Hulbert in advance):

  • Overhead projector
  • Video recorder and video camera
  • Video beam
  • Television
  • CD player
  • CD ROM player
  • Film projector
  • Microphone

Leisure facilities
The hotel has a swimming pool, sauna, steam grotto, whirl-pool and a fitness centre is free of charge. A mulititude of wellness facilities and spa treatments are available.

The village of Seefeld offers a variety of activities such as alpine skiing, cross-country skiiing, ice skating, tobboganning, riding, snowrafting, etc etc.

In the old monastery courtyard a gourmet Ritter Oswald Restaurant dining lounge team will serve you delicacies from kitchen and cellar. Lovers of fine Austrian cuisine receive their moneys worth in the various Klosterbräu restaurants. In particular, the Ritter Oswald dining lounge, having been awarded 2 hats by Gault Millau, is regarded as the gourmet meeting-place in Seefeld. Even the most spoilt cuisine connoisseur will fall into raptures over the traditional culinary delicacies. And for those who wish for something a little more rustic: the ever-popular Bräukeller serves substantial Alpine cuisine until late in the evening.

Particular prides of the hotel are the 500-year-old cellar arches, in which approximately 20.000 bottles of fine wines are stored. No wonder the wine-tastings lead by Seyrling familiy are an especially popular delight among the guests.

The Klosterbräu nightlife is unique and of the highest standard. Top orchestras and entertainers in the Kanne Nightclub, daily music in the great "Siglu" meeting-place or the disco sound in the "Fullmoon". And for those who choose to take things a little more quietly, the certainty is great that they will meet others with similar interests in the romantic Piano Bar with Maestro "Pino" on the grand piano. But the three-foot-thick monastery walls guarantee an undisturbed nights rest for those who like their sleep.

With musical highlights and world famous stars, Klosterbräu remains continually talked about. Some unforgettable past occasions have been the Open Air Concert performed by startenor Andrea Boccelli and Harald Juhnkes and Max Raabes appearances. In the casino (100 yards from the hotel) you can increase your holiday cash (with a little luck).