Formerly a mining town, Siegen brings cities and towns together on the German-Dutch holiday road called the Orange Route. Located in the southwest region of the North Rhine-Westphalia, your hotel in Siegen will place you in the best central location during your business trip. Within a few minutes’ walk, you will find museums showcasing local artists such as Peter Paul Rubens, the history of Siegen and even a Guinness world record shop dedicated to The Beatles. The dense forests, mountains and reservoirs surrounding the town provide for excellent hiking. Beautiful villages with timbered homes are found along the way with local pubs and authentic eateries available for refreshments. Convention centres, shopping outlets, restaurants, theatres and more are all found close by.
Where will I find trade fair opportunities?
Siegen has several large trade fair sites near the town centre in addition to the many hotels that also offer convention facilities. The larger events usually take place at the Bühne der Stadt, the Siegerlandhalle or the Bismarckhalle. Having received a recent renovation, the Siegerlandhalle is the premier conference centre in the area. With the capacity to seat more than 2000 people (and more than 4000 standing), it allows for almost any kind of event. Concerts, productions, exhibitions and trade fair shows take place on a regular basis and can be reached within minutes of your hotel.
Why is Siegen a good choice for a business trip?
With reviewed ratings you can trust your hotel’s amenities to be of excellent quality. Leisure, fitness, entertainment, dining and touring opportunities are all close by so you can make the most of your time. The town’s main shopping centre City-Galleries offers everything from gift shops, restaurants, a supermarket and even a Drogerie. The main station next to the centre Siegen Hauptbahnof can connect you to other nearby towns and famous cities such as Cologne.
What are the most popular destinations near my hotel in Siegen?
The Haus Oranienstraße museum has temporary art installations, archaeological finds, varied contemporary exhibitions and live poet readings. It is also attached to the Siegerland Museum. Afterwards you can head from your Siegen hotel to the Schwarzes Schaf restaurant, a highly recommended eatery housed under large wooden beams. Its authentic German menu offers everything from tasty schnitzels to decadent Apfelstrudel, and the warm atmosphere will make you feel right at home.