Conference room for up to 16 persons
The "Johannes Gutenberg" Conference Room is located on the 1st floor of the INSPIRA Conference Center of the Steigenberger Hotel Der Sonnenhof in the AllgĂ¤u. With its area of 36 mÂ˛ the room can be ideally used for block seating for intensive meetings or a conference with group work.
Large windows, which can be opened, ensure a maximum in fresh air and an optimum natural room climate.
Further extras add to the comfort of a stay at one of the most beautiful conference hotels in the alpine uplands: lighting and dimming can be regulated via a user friendly touch screen. Pin boards and magnetic boards are fixed to the walls for rapid note taking. Spacious wall cupboards afford the event manager and trainer sufficient storage space.
Chairs and conference tables are designed in a particularly ergonomic form and ensure maximum working comfort even in the case of intensive meetings. Leather writing surfaces underline the elegant, pleasant atmosphere of the conference hotel in Bavaria. Floor tanks with connections for EDP and electrical power are within reach of every place. And, of course, WLAN is free of charge throughout the whole of the INSPIRA Conference Center.
The foyer of the INSPIRA Conference Center presents an impressive background and sufficient space for coffee breaks, small group tasks or your accompanying exhibits.
There is competent support for your small or larger wishes available on site at all times: the INSPIRA Event Office is located on the ground floor of the conference center. Thus, assistance is constantly available only a few steps away.
In the INSPIRA Conference Center you will hold your meeting or conference in the midst of a green landscape: it is only a few steps to the surrounding hotel park and the large terrace of the INSPIRA. Here, it is possible to carry out group work or hold a coffee break in the magnificent natural surroundings.
*Johannes Gutenberg (ca. 1400-1468): Johannes Gutenberg invented printing with movable metal type which he produced by means of a hand-operated mold which he constructed. This process made it possible to produce printing type from pre-produced molds in large numbers and with a high degree of exactitude. As a result, he created the major prerequisites for the modern European letterpress printing.
- Operation of lighting and media via wireless touch screen
- Radio and television reception
- WiFi, High-Speed-DSL, ISDN- and analogue communication connections
- 2 floor tanks with connections for 2x 230 Volt as well as 3 freely configurable CAT7 connections / LAN
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