Hot shot business leaders like Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt will rub shoulders with the military elite, including NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and politicians like Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte.
Shell CEO Ben van Beurden, Banco Santander Chairman Ana Botin, and Airbus CEO Thomas Enders were all invited, as was Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary. Policy makers including European Central Bank board member Benoit Coere will be on hand, but he won't be flanked by any US Fed counterparts.
But having little official power isn't a problem - former UK shadow ex-chancellor of the exchequer Ed Balls is headed to Telfs as well.
Andre Spicer, a Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Cass Business School, said an invite to Bilderberg is a point of pride.
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"You get invited to a secretive meeting, and there's air of mystery, and a sense of being in the inner circle," and few are likely to turn that down.
So what really has tongues wagging is who isn't on the guest list, namely International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde who attended in 2014. Others political heavyweights like US president Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel won't grace the Telfs grounds either.