Kameha Grand Hotel – Oberkassel, Bonn, Germany

AL_Europe_KamehaWe’ve selected this impressive venue again to provide the space to move an already-successful format up to the next level.

A modern conference hall with extra-large screen and classroom-style seating, together with flexible break-out rooms, means that the core sessions are well-equipped. The huge central glass-sided space at the centre of the hotel allows proper areas for coffee breaks and networking, and to view sponsor exhibits. Lunches are served in the adjoining area, making the whole event experience one of interaction and connections.

To book your accommodation at the conference venue please contact the hotel reservations department:
Email:                    reservations@kamehagrand.com
Telephone:            + 49 (0) 228 – 4334 5666

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Alternative hotels:

Maritim Hotel Bonn 

  

4.2km from the Kameha Grand
Standard Double room from 105 EUR per night, plus breakfast*
Superior Double room from 125 EUR per night, plus breakfast*

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Hilton Bonn
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4.8km from the Kameha Grand
King Room from 189 EUR per night, plus breakfast*

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Steigenberger Grandhotel Petersberg

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10.4km from the Kameha Grand
Rooms from 236 EUR per night, including breakfast*

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*rates correct on 28.02.16

 

Gala Dinner Venue:

Steigenberger Grandhotel Petersberg

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Guest speaker: Perry McCarthy (The Original Stig)
BBC Top Gear’s Original Stig
Perry is a former British racing driver who competed in Formula Ford, Formula 3 and F3000. He was a test driver for the Williams and Benetton teams during the 1990’s. In 2002 Perry reverted to racing competing at Le Mans and numerous other events. He is probably most famous for his role as the Stig on the BBC’s Top Gear show.

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