Seminaris Hotels offer ideal space for meetings, workshops, conferences, events and co-working – but at the same time are an oasis for relaxation, city breaks and private vacation. Our hotels are designed in a modern industrial style. They enable inspiring work and impulses for teams and entire companies – but are just as inviting for time out and vacations. All eight Seminaris Hotels throughout Germany are located in the countryside: Being so close to nature is a great way to relax and go on discovery tours. At the same time, our hotels in Berlin, Potsdam, Lüneburg, Leipzig, Nuremberg, Bad Honnef and Bad Boll are close to the city: perfect starting points for sightseeing or shopping tours. When it comes to business and meetings, we focus on New Work and sustainable cultural change, which we want to enable for our meeting customers in modern creative spaces. At Seminaris, we also live this change ourselves; it is part of our corporate culture. In terms of sustainability, we consistently conserve resources, both in purchasing and consumption – making Seminaris hotels a true role model in the hotel industry!
We are happy to answer all your questions! You want to book a room – or 30? You want to organize a workshop and rent a meeting room? You want to get to know New Work methods – or use them even more efficiently and implement them with your team? You want to do activities in the city and in nature? We are here for you, ready to advise you and help you find the best offer for you.
What can we do for you?
Listen to Seminaris: Our podcast provides exciting insights into a hospitality company that itself lives New Work and changes every day.
Network and get inspired – with the Seminaris Meetup group on agile working and living in the hospitality industry.
New Work at its best: With our workshop formats we take you and your company to the next level!
Don’t miss a thing: Our newsletter regularly brings you the most important information about New Work, our hotels and Seminaris events.
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