Maritim Hotel & Congress Centrum Bremen

Bremen Hotel
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Total Meeting Space1,400 sq. m
Guest Rooms261
Hollerallee 99
Bremen 28215

Maritim Hotel & Congress Centrum Bremen

Bremen Hotel
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DEHOGA(Deutscher Hotel- und Gaststättenverband)


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Garden)


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center
  • Video Conference

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Indoor Pool

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance Floor
  • Staging Area

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space1,400 sq. m
Meeting Rooms16
Largest Room1,470 sq. m
Second Largest Room1,100 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms261



Local Attractions

Schütting (guildhall)

20 minutes away
Bremen former merchants' guildhouse, now the chamber of commerce. Built in 1537/38 in the Flanders Renaissance style. It was built in 1537/38 by Johann den Buschener in the style of the Renaissance buildings of Flanders. During decorative refurbishment of the front of the building facing the market in 1594, the merchants' coat of arms was added above the entrance, next to that of the city of Bremen. This depicts – in line with the historical self-image of Bremen's merchants as imperial traders – the crowned, double-headed imperial eagle. Below it, the motto of Bremen's merchants, "Buten un binnen, wagen un winnen" (outside and in – venture and win), was added in 1899.

Burg Blomendal

Historical Landmark
30 minutes away
Medieval moated mansion in the Blumenthal district. A moated mansion in Bremen? Look no further than the north Bremen district of Blumenthal. Today, Burg Blomendal is a venue for exhibitions and various functions, such as weddings with a medieval touch.

Mühle am Wall

Mill dating back over a century in Wallanlagen Park. Open to visitors, also houses a restaurant. If you are strolling from the main station to the city centre, the first notable feature you come across is the windmill in Wallanlagen Park. This is a great place for a walk, or simply to wind down and relax. The windmill is open to the public and also houses a restaurant.

Birgittine convent

20 minutes away
Right at the heart of the Schnoor quarter is a Birgittine convent, a place of tranquility and contemplation. If the word 'convent' conjures up images of dark, dank walls and cold cells, then the Birgittine convent will come as a pleasant surprise. The newly built convent (2002) has a bright, friendly orange colour. Guests are welcome to stay at the convent, to share the life of the nuns or to simply take some time out.


The carillon consists of 30 Meissen porcelain bells. The revolving tower features ten carved wooden panels depicting various Atlantic crossings. The carillon in Böttcherstrasse consists of 30 Meissen porcelain bells, which play a mixture of sea shanties and traditional folk songs. The tower at the side of the building contains ten wooden tablets depicting 'Atlantic conquerors' – explorers who crossed the ocean by sea or air – which turn in time with the music. Every hour on the hour, from April to December, the carillon delights visitors of all ages. It is an important and charming component of the overall work of art that is the Böttcherstrasse.

Town hall

Historical Landmark
20 minutes away
Bremen's town hall is regarded as the jewel in the crown of the historical market square. The Upper Hall, where the city council used to convene, is the most magnificent ceremonial venue in Bremen. The model ships that hang from the ceiling bear witness to the importance of commerce and maritime trade for the city. Their miniature cannons can even be fired if the occasion demands. At the start of the 20th century, the grand old town hall was in need of an extension. Designed by architect Gabriel von Seidel, the modern building blends seamlessly with the medieval section to form a harmonious whole.

Drop Tower

30 minutes away
Experiments with weightlessness are conducted here. The top of the tower serves as a function room. The Fallturm drop tower at Bremen University is 146 metres high, with a 110-metre tube that allows experiments to be carried out in zero-gravity conditions. It can produce up to ten seconds of free fall, making Bremen's drop tower a unique scientific facility and an important part of aerospace research. There are spectacular views across Bremen from the top of the drop tower, and the rooms can be hired for functions and meetings. The Guardian newspaper described the Panorama Room as a 'James Bond lounge' due to its location and furnishings.

Roland statue

20 minutes away
Bremen's "statue of liberty" - a symbol of trading rights and freedom since 1404. Germany's largest Roland statue. There are Roland statues in many German towns and cities, symbolising freedom and market rights. Bremen's Roland statue is one of the most beautiful, and, according to UNESCO experts, the most representative and one of the oldest examples. Together with Bremen's town hall, the statue received World Heritage status on 2 June 2004.

Distance from Airport

  • 7 km from Venue


  • Paid Parking€18.00 / day
  • Valet Parking


Maritim Hotel & Congress Centrum Bremen is located in the heart of Bremen and offers 261 fully furnished rooms. We also offer 18 spaces that are ideal for events, conferences, meetings and other parties accommodating up to 1600 guests comfortably. All the rooms are equipped with necessary infrastructure to make your event successful and memorable.


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