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Head of the Conference Centre Munich
Antje Scheerke
Tel.: +49 89 12 58-402
Fax: +49 89 12 58-407


Hanns Seidel Foundation
Lazarettstraße 33
80636 Munich | Germany
Tel.: +49 89 1258-0 | Fax: -356


Jahresbericht 2015
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Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung – In the Service of Democracy, Peace and Development
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Conference Center Munich

The conference center Munich of the Hanns Seidel foundation opened in 2001 and has a capacity of up to 460 people with a variety of multifunctional room concepts.

There are a total of 6 conference rooms and a large function room as well as various reception areas adjoining these, which can be used for catering purposes or for exhibitions. 

The unique high quality interior gives the conference center a special atmosphere in which guests feel right at home – whether in small groups in an exclusive club atmosphere or in large assemblies such as company meetings, presentations, podium discussions etc. All rooms have direct daylight, can be completely darkened and are air-conditioned.

Our own technicians offer professional assistance to meet your requirements for individuality and personal support for every event. 

The media room is especially noteworthy. This is a training room with 19 PC desks and one trainer PC desk that can be used for high quality Internet seminars, to name but one example.

When weather permits, the roof terrace in the club area is literally a highlight. While taking in the view of Munich with the spectacular Frauenkirche, enjoy relaxed conversation in airy surroundings.

Professional catering partners who cooperate perfectly with our service team and can meet your every need – starting from a sandwich or salad buffet to an extraordinary dinner – provide culinary entertainment.

The central location right in the heart of Munich ensures the conference center’s accessibility by either public transportation or from all highway feeder roads.

For further information, please contact (Mrs. Antje Scheerke) or have a look at our German language website