February 27, 2023
New Work in an inspiring setting? The Concept Pool is the answer! Seminaris Hotels has converted a swimming pool in their Nuremberg house for this purpose.
Companies and teams can hold particularly agile meeting formats in the new and extremely changeable concept room at the Seminaris Hotel Nuremberg: On 419 m², the swimming pool-style Concept Pool offers the perfect setting for Work 4.0 and stimulates creativity with versatile elements.https://www.seminaris.de/en/hotels/conference-hotel-nuernberg/conferences-meetings-events/
In keeping with the motto “water out – bean bag in,” the converted swimming pool can accommodate up to 50 people on beanbags, balls and pallet furniture. The “lido area” of the pool forms a higher level where, for example, small groups can have deep conversations. The right ambience is provided by the lighting, which is precisely adjusted in color and brightness.
The new concept also includes a kitchenette. Whether utensils to mix cocktails or snacks for a lunch break: The kitchenette is equipped to meet individual needs and the event can take place without interruptions from outside. Thomas Nagel, hotel manager in Nuremberg, is enthusiastic about his new premises: “Everything is conceivable in the Concept Pool. Everything but a classic event.”
In developing the new premises, Seminaris placed an additional focus on the content planning. The Concept Pool provides all materials according to the New Work method kit to playfully recreate challenges in the company and develop solutions through prototyping. The hotel chain has also built up a network of experts who can support companies on request, for example in Change Processes or with New Leadership seminars.
With this combination of location and workshop opportunities, Seminaris offers a one-stop solution that is unique in the hospitality industry.
Link to a short video from the Concept Pool
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