Conference Hotels - Steigenberger Hotel Group


The first hotel Albert Steigenberger purchased was on Baden-Baden in 1930. Since then the Steigenberger Hotel Group expanded vastly. Today Steigenberger owns 82 hotels worldwide, many of them located in Germany.
Albert Steigenberger and his son established groundbreaking new concepts in the hotel industry. Activities such as sport programs, as well as health and culture programs were conceptualized in the 1970s. The Steigenberger chain bought the college of hotel management located in Berchtesgaden in 1972. The group aimed to educate fresh talents on an advanced level for their own hotels and expanded their education program in the following decades by opening sub-companies and consultant services.
In the 1990s the German Railways invested in the Steigenberger group. Being a Steigenberger trademark the InterCity hotels are another option for premium hotels in German cities, such as Nuremberg.
Steigenberger stands for extravagance and exclusive design. All hotels are 5* hotels offering a broad range of high-class services and different room options for any kind of event. Sales-meetings or other incentive events are given a perfect luxurious setting.

Steigenberger Hotel Berlin

The Steigenberger Hotel Berlin offers 15 conference rooms for up to 500 people. All rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art technology. A 24 – hour business center is available any time.
Any of the 398 rooms and suites are equipped with air condition, minibar, Nespresso coffee maker, flat-screen TV and a safe to ensure a relaxing stay in Berlin. The hotel is situated only a 5-minute walk from Kurfürstendamm and to the KaDeWe. Local attractions such as the Brandenburger Gate can be reached within 20 minutes.

Besides the baroque gardens next to the different castles, Munich features one of the largest pleasure grounds in Germany, the English Gardens. In 1789 the gardens were opened to the broad public. Its structure was supposed to follow nature’s ideal and to achieve a contrast to the symmetrical baroque parks, an idea quite popular in England at that time which explains its name. Over the centuries it advanced to be a place of recreation for many Munich inhabitant and a symbol of open-mindedness in the world (due to the nudist zones alongside river Isar by the way, just in case you wonder why naturalists walk around the park).

Steigenberger Hotel Am Kanzleramt, Berlin

In sight of the Federal Chancellery the Steigenberger Hotel Am Kanzleramt is located in walking distance including the Platz der Republik. 339 sound-proof rooms offer comfortable and modern facilities. A special highlight of this Steigenberger Hotel is its imposing spa and wellness area with a breath-taking view over the government quarter and the river Spree. Conference rooms and group rooms can accommodate up to 480 participants.

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