He was a popular guest at the Wágner residence and gave the Seevilla its name – Johannes Brahms. Spending a summer retreat in Ischl and often visiting Ausseerland, he performed two of his piano pieces for the first time in the music pavilion of what was Professor Wagner’s Seevilla residence at the time. So it makes sense to name the parlour in memory of this artist of bygone days, and to place a piano in it for music evenings during the week.
In the Brahms Café, you can enjoy speciality coffees and teas together with homemade pastries. In the tradition of coffee houses, newspapers are laid out for the guests. In the evenings, piano music transforms the parlour into an elegant hotel bar.