Maritim proArte Hotel Berlin
Phone: national 0800 33 8 33 30, international +49 (0) 30 2033-5, email@example.com
1,600 people or just 16 – at our hotel you can be sure of a modern and personalised conference. The 14 conference rooms can be divided into as many sections as you wish, making them perfect for your particular needs. For a large event, you could hire the Saal Maritim with stage and foyer, and Saal II as well. 7 salons are available on the same floor, so that a large conference can subsequently split up into several groups. The Maritim proArte Hotel Berlin also provides a very special ambience for a meeting: at the "Atelier" showroom and event location. Glass art from artist Peter Kuckei provides an outstanding backdrop, and you have numerous options for deciding exactly how you wish your room to be. A further highlight of the hotel is the roof salon, where you can enjoy a unique view of the city.
What equipment can your conference not do without? Wi-fi, natural daylight, powerful projectors, mobile electric screens ...? At our conference hotel you don't have to decide – everything is already here at your fingertips. What's more, our conference packages include a lot of extras.
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In a quick and concise format, our Fact Sheet provides you with all the conference details for the Maritim proArte Hotel Berlin. From state-of-the-art event technology to room capacity and general hotel facilities.
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There's no shortage of outlandish locations in the country's capital and our event professionals in Berlin have compiled a list of the best. How about a gala dinner, a concert or a party in the section of subway tunnel through which the U3 line runs under Potsdamer Platz? Or in what used to be the former residence of the Prussian monarchy, the histrorical Crown Prince's Palace.
The Maritim proArte Hotel Berlin 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.