The hotel Wiesler is located right on the banks of the river Mur, in the heart of the capital of Styria, and so convenient to reach by public transport. It's virtually impossible to find a more central location.
Hotel Wiesler offers you a choice of 98 rooms in five thrilling categories. All of them are enticing, so we're sure that you'd like to try them all out. And there's nothing to stop you doing that if you have the time. Quite simple because each room exudes its own individual charm. We really enjoyed furnishing them. Because we take good interior design very seriously. A picture by street artist Josef Wurm hangs on the wall.
The best burgers in Styria grace the plate. Czech beer, Turkish coffee or steaks from the open charcoal grill which creates a unique taste. We couldn't have made our restaurant any more thrilling. And as a side dish, we also like to serve up th ebest vinyl tracks selected by our DJs. Time to ditch taht formal jacket and dig the groove!
Rooms and Seating
Technical Equipment and Facilities
free of charge
- Paper and pen
- Flip chart
- Pin board
- Overhead projektor
- Microphone system with 2 hand microphones
- DVD player
Leisure and Social Program
The programs below are just part of what we offer and can be implemented at convention hotel Wiesler Graz.
After Work Party
Sometimes work colleagues want to celebrate together. And nost just once a year, shortly before Christmas. Three different locations offer the perfect setting for relaxed after-work parties - the Loft at Hotel Daniel Graz, Deep Purple at the Weitzer or the Winter-Garden with an integrated bar at Hotel Wiesler.
Meet the Styrian Specialties
Your schedule won't allow for a trip to visit southern Styria? No problem, we can bring the "Tuscany of Styria" to you at the Weitzer! You can enjoy the finest wines without needing to leave the hotel because a traditional Styrian evening is on the agenda, including wine tasting and a local specialty, Backhendl, to round things off.
The event begins with a wine-tasting session and commentary (5 samples - 3 x white, 1 x Schilcher, 1 x red) plus a Styrian snack. Glass jars filled with typical Styrian spreads such as pumpkin seed and curd cheese or spicy Liptauer are placed directly on the tables. In addition, there are baskets of crusty brown bread so guests can select the spread of their choice.
This is followed by a four-course Styrian meal. Guests are treated to a starter of Styrian tapas, one of our head chef's specialties. Tapas are small appetizers that are especially popular in Spain and are often eaten standing up in wine bars. Our head chef's motto is: A new take on "tried and tested".