A seminar room suitable for smaller meetings or group sessions in peace and quiet. The room, situated on the ground floor, offers plenty of daylight as well as a view and path into the greenery
The Gartenzimmer (“garden room”) is located on the ground floor of the hotel and is appropriate for smaller meetings or as a room for group sessions. The event hall borders directly on the Scheune meeting room and also offers a view into the greenery and a path into the garden.
The Hofstube is ideal for small meetings or as a room for group sessions. This meeting room is located on the ground floor. It is brightly lit by daylight and offers a view into the park.
Light and airy, this meeting room is located on the ground floor. The Scheune (“barn”) offers an ideal view of our park and offers the option of walking directly from the room into the garden.
The Herrenzimmer (“gentlemen’s parlour”) seminar room is on the first floor of the hotel’s historic section. It boasts plenty of daylight and a separate work area.
This meeting room, which is flooded with light, is located on the ground floor. It has a terrace with a view into the park or for breaks and group work sessions.
The Kontor offers ample daylight and generously dimensioned room design with lots of space.
This event hall is located on the first floor of the hotel. It has a large front window and plenty of daylight, plus direct access to the 200 m² gallery. It is perfect for exhibitions, presentations, group work sessions or receptions.
The Remise is the largest of the twelve meeting rooms and can be split flexibly into two or four sections. The event hall, located on the ground floor directly across from the reception desk, gets plenty of daylight from the adjacent winter garden. The garden opens onto the inner courtyard and can be reserved for group work sessions or as an exhibition area.
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