This parlour is presented with a foggy, dark petrol tone. Is has a column with a volcanic rock look, manufactured in Axel Vervoordt's workshop in Gravenwezel close to Antwerp in 1947, topped with a Medici vase. Several oil paintings, including a portrait of Frederick the Great as well as a portrait of a gentleman from 1680 decorate the walls.
The Blue Parlour is located on the first floor of the Palais Montgelas and has access to the Red Parlour and the Mozart Parlour.
Technical equipment: state-of-the-art conference technology on request via our-in-house Business Center.
Discover the Blue Parlour in our virtual tour: