The MMM 2012 will be held at Lindner Seepark Hotel Congress & Spa.
The Lindner Seepark Hotel is located in the heart of the beautiful nature reserve next to the delightful Lendkanal, 500 metres from the eastern shore of Lake Wörthersee.
Price for conference attendees: 90,5 € for a single room incl. breakfast and
126,50 € incl. breakfast for the double room!
For room reservation please visit the ACCOMMODATION PAGE!
For attendees, who do not intend to take a room at the conference hotel, we have made accommodation arrangements with hotels and guesthouses nearby – further information is available on the accommodation site!
How to reach the hotel(s):
After your arrival at Klagenfurt Airport or railway station, you may look for transportation to reach the conference hotel Lindner, Hotel Plattenwirt or youth hostel.
There are many taxis you may use to reach the hotel(s). Price from airport or railway station to the hotel(s) is approx. 15 – 20 €. It requires about 15 minutes drive to the hotel from airport and approx. 10 minutes drive from railway station.
Location of the hotel(s)
The hotel(s) are conveniently located in the vicinity of the conference hotel:
Youth hostel to conference hotel (walking distance approx. 10 minutes)
Hotel Plattenwirt to conference hotel (walking distance approx. 10 minutes)
Klagenfurt – The Host City for the MMM 2012!
Klagenfurt is situated at the beautiful Lake Wörthersee – one of the largest and warmest alpine lakes in Europe – and has approx. 93.000 inhabitants. Being a small city, with a Renaissance-style city center reflecting 800 years of history and with Italian influence, Klagenfurt is a pleasant place to live and work. Klagenfurt was one of the eight host cities in the 2008 European Football Championships.
In winter time, Klagenfurt presents itself from its most charming side. The Christmas Market turns the old town into a romantic Christmas dream. Sport enthusiasts can enjoy extraordinary luxury in winter: skiing and snowboarding right in town, at the “Schleppe Alm”, five minutes from the city centre; and once Lake Wörthersee freezes over, the largest natural ice-skating area in Europe is available for your enjoyment.
Klagenfurt is not only a lively city, but also a very historical town: predominantly Italian master builders have determined the appearance of the historic old town. Discover magnificent Renaissance buildings, facades renovated true to the original style and shady arcaded inner courtyards on a stroll through the old town; see the beauty of the sacral buildings on a church walk; or visit one of the many museums, castles and galleries.