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Conference hotel Düsseldorf

Conference hotel Düsseldorf

Conference hotel in Düsseldorf – focused meetings in historical ambience

The conference hotel HOTEL MUTTERHAUS DÜSSELDORF offers rooms for a wide range of participant numbers, with equipment and services individually tailored to your needs.

A brand new attractive conference area is located on the top floor, which can also be rented exclusively.

directly to the meeting and conference rooms

Room capacities in the conference hotel HOTEL MUTTERHAUS DÜSSELDORF

To the regular capacities.

Capacities with minimum spacing

 B/L/HRowsParliamentaryU-shapeO-shape chair circle
Conference room K1
Katharina Bube
599,85 x 4,3 x 3,41212101010
Conference room K2
Charlotte Pilz
499,15 x 5,3 x 3,31212101010
Conference room K3
Paula Kienast
437,3 x 5,95 x 3,388888
Conference room K4
Luise Fliedner
517,3 x 5,85 x 3,9788888
Conference room K5
Ruth Felgentreff
599,85 x 4,3 x 3,41212101010
Conference room K6
Leni Fries
204,28 x 4,67 x 3,2666666
Conference room K8
Kläre Pörtje
438,14 x 5,25 x 3,0986888
Conference room K9
Ursula Reiß
225,56 x 3,94 x 3,0765544
Small Hall
Friederike Fliedner
12116,5 x 7,3 x 3,852222182020
Great Hall
Caroline Fliedner
21219,85 x 10,7 x 4,154040243030

room dimensions in m, length, width, floor area in m²

  •   1. Conference room Katharina Bube
  •   2. Conference room Charlotte Pilz
  •   3. Conference room Paula Kienast
  •   4. Conference room Salon Luise Fliedner
  •   5. Conference room Ruth Felgentreff
  •   6. Conference room Leni Fries
  •   7. Alte Brotstube Lounge/Group room
  •   8. Conference room Kläre Pörtje
  •   9. Conference room Ursula Reiß
  • 10. Small Hall Friederike Fliedner
  • 11. Great Hall Caroline Fliedner
  • 12. Entrance halls conference hotel
  • 13. Entrance to the conference hotel
  • 14. Reception conference hotel
  • 15. Business Corner
  • 16. Restaurant area

Düsseldorf Information

Düsseldorf is the state capital and home to approximately 644,280 people, which makes it the third-biggest city in the State of North Rhine-Westphalia and one of approximately eighty big cities in Germany. The city is a base for more than 39,171 companies, a number of which have their German and European headquarters here. The economic diversity of the region is reflected in the major companies and fresh, dynamic start-ups alike that have all put down roots in the area.

With its international flair, Düsseldorf boasts an outstanding transport infrastructure.  The major European hubs of Amsterdam, Brussels, London, Luxembourg, Paris and Zurich can all be reached within an hour’s flight time. Düsseldorf International Airport hosts 25.5 million passengers every year and sees more than 220,000 flights to over 248 destinations in 74 countries, making it Germany’s fourth-biggest airport. The main railway station in Düsseldorf is a regular stop on around 1,000 rail routes with 170 departures daily.

Düsseldorf is a city with a high quality of life, as emphasized by its placing in various city rankings:
One of the six most attractive cities in the world | Mercer, Quality of Living City Ranking, 2020
fDi city ranking of 20 cities overall, 4th place | fDi magazine, Tier 2 Cities of the Future, 2020
fDi ranking of major European cities, top 10 overall, 3rd place | fDi magazine, Large European Cities of the Future, 2020
Best opportunities for the future, great strengths of the location and the utmost dynamism in development confirmed | Prognos, Zukunftsatlas 2019