STUNNING NEO-RENAISSANCE BUILDING
Meeting planners often seek a prestigious hall to organise a gala ceremony, a ball, or a congress. In Brno, they can opt for the stunningly beautiful neo-Renaissance Besední dům in the centre of Brno. One of the city’s most notable historical buildings, Besední dům was constructed in 1871–1873 and designed by the Viennese architect Theophil Hansen as a centre for Brno’s cultural life.
The Besední dům’s pride is its Neo-Renaissance Hall, sought after for balls, concerts, conferences, large weddings and other ceremonies. After a hiatus of many years, it is now also hosting dance lessons for secondary-school students. The Hall can be joined to the Small Hall, linked by glass doors. It can host up to 473 attendees.
The Lounge on the first floor, with its own balcony, offers an intimate venue for a private business meeting, press conference, drinks reception or small wedding ceremony. The Hlaholna, or choir rehearsal room, can be hired for a lecture or seminar. The Besední dům also features a top-notch recording studio.