Maritim Hotel Bad Salzuflen
Phone: national 0800 338 5222, international +49 5222 181-0, firstname.lastname@example.org
In our hotel, 10 event rooms of various sizes are at your disposal. However much space you need, here you have everything from 18 to 321 sqm. For workshops, meetings, seminars, training courses and even symposiums, our salons and varied apartments are absolutely ideal for smaller events. One obvious highlight is the roof garden with its wonderful view of Bad Salzuflen, which you can hire exclusively for your conference. Larger events are held in the Saal Maritim, comprising the Saal Berlin and Saal Bonn, with space for up to 320 guests.
In every event room at the Maritim Hotel Bad Salzuflen, a conference with a lovely green view is definitely on the agenda. All rooms come with screens, projectors and other modern technology as standard. Both halls are equipped with a PA system, projection screens, and video and data projectors. Wireless and wired internet access is available to all overnight guests and people attending events.
In addition to a walk around the neighbouring spa park, Bad Salzuflen offers numerous ways to get your guests moving. What about a team-building exercise in the Teuto climbing park in Detmold? Or a canoe tour on the Bega and Werre rivers? But Bad Salzuflen also offers a wealth of ideas for those wishing to take it easy. What about a typical, rustic evening in a traditional "barn" restaurant, or a visit to the GOP Variety Theatre in Bad Oeynhausen?
You are very welcome to celebrate your private party with us in Bad Salzuflen. You will love the wonderful atmosphere in our hotel. As the host, you can sit back and enjoy the festivities while our team caters for your birthday, anniversary or wedding guests.
Learn more about hygiene and safety measures as well as ventilation and air purification measures in the hotel.
The Maritim Hotel Bad Salzuflen has agreed to participate in the GCB's www.fairpflichtet.de initiative and is taking proactive steps to adhere to their guidelines. Known as the Sustainability Codex, the guidelines regulate corporate responsibility as it pertains to economic, ecological and social aspects of the event industry.