There are 140 parking spaces available for hotel guests in the hotel’s underground car park. The fee is 14 EUR per day and parking space.
From Berlin’s main train station, take the S-Bahn to Zoologischer Garten, then the U2 to Wittenbergplatz. Change here to the U3 to the station “Dahlem-Dorf” – from there it is only a 3-minute walk to the hotel.
Seminaris CampusHotel Berlin
The Deutsche Bahn event ticket offers participants in your meeting, workshop or conference the opportunity to travel by train at a fixed price throughout Germany. Simple, comfortable, safe and climate-friendly.
Six charging stations are available directly at the house for refueling e-cars.
Rent one of our e-bikes and explore Berlin. The motor gives you power for relaxed bike tours in the region!
There is a lot to explore around the Seminaris CampusHotel Berlin: Discover history, nature and other sights in the region!
On the historic manor of the former village of Dahlem, you can now experience animals and nature, learn more about agriculture and nutrition. The estate, which is Germany’s only farm with a subway connection, is now run as a Bioland farm.
With more than 43 hectares and 22,000 plant species, it is one of the largest botanical gardens in Germany. Here you can take a wonderful walk or have the diversity of nature explained to you on a guided tour.
Berlin’s oldest palace building, which houses the city’s largest Cranach collection as a permanent exhibition, is located on Lake Grunewald and directly on the forest. It was built from 1542 onwards by order of Elector Joachim II of Brandenburg.
The artist Karl Schmidt-Rottluff donated the foundation for this collection – one of the largest on German Expressionism – to the state of Berlin. It includes works by Max Pechstein, Erich Heckel, Otto Herbig and Cuno Amiet, among others.
Founded in 1948, Freie Universität Berlin is now a university of excellence – and one of the 20 largest in Germany. The central campus is located in Berlin-Dahlem. As a comprehensive university, it offers around 150 degree programs in 15 departments, from humanities to veterinary medicine.
The U.S. and the Soviet Union exchanged spies across this bridge over the Havel River during the Cold War. Today it serves only as a connection between Potsdam and Berlin – and has a beautiful view over the river landscape to offer.
From Grunewald station, about 10,000 Jews were deported from Germany to labor and concentration camps in 1941/42. Most of them died. The Track 17 memorial commemorates them and the further horrors of the war.
There are actually peacocks here: The magnificent animals feel very much at home in the extensive landscape park. Peacock Island, only 1.5 kilometers long and 0.5 kilometers wide, is a protected nature reserve and part of the Unesco World Heritage Site.
Berlin is green. And blue – thanks to the many lakes in and around the city. Wannsee is one of the largest and most beautiful. Here you can walk, swim, sail, row or canoe, for example.
A large area where street art can be discovered on every corner. You can roam around until sunset. Highlight is the tower, which once served as a listening station. It is 140 meters high, from the top you have a great view over all of Berlin.
Many of the city’s famous personalities are buried in this 375,000-square-meter cemetery – including Willy Brandt, Paul Hertz, Paul Löbe, Otto Suhr, Walter Scheel, Gustav Klingelhöfer and Hildegard Knef.
St. Anne’s Church of the Protestant Parish of Berlin-Dahlem is the oldest building in Dahlem. Here 700 years of village and city history are reflected.
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.
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