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Landgut Stober

Conference hotel

Landgut Stober which was recognized as Europe's greenest hotel in 2017 & 2021, is a place of inspiration for responsible business. This is exactly why 80% of our clients book us for executive coaching, team building, networking formats, employee motivation & stakeholder management. Here, just outside Berlin, people met 80 years ago to talk about change in the world, about a better world - that is our spirit.

The historic conference venue, which has become famous for the meetings of the Kreisau Circle, offers the perfect setting for inspiring meetings in 30 different salons; in a place where history and the future become one. Every guest receives a certificate for their climate-positive stay. Many salons have a view of the lake, most are barrier-free and can be darkened. Salon August is accessible by car and in the distillery and granary, historical fixtures and artifacts from the Borsig era add to that nostalgic ambiance. 

The Bio-Hotel, Brandenburg's first certified organic hotel, has 300 rooms/428 beds (169 single rooms, 108 double rooms, 20 junior suites, 3 suites - including 3 barrier-free rooms). Sleep carefree and worry-free on our COCO-MAT beds made of natural materials in electrosmog-reduced rooms. The rich organic breakfast buffet includes many regional products, leaving you perfectly satisfied. 

In the spirit of the Borsigs, the climate-positive Landgut Stober continues its social, economic and ecological responsibility today: 20% of the profits are donated to charitable organizations, 20% are passed on to its employees in the form of higher salaries/social benefits, 40% are reinvested in the company to secure and maintain the location and jobs and a further 10% go towards special repayments on long-term loans. The estate is certified as a "Leader" by SUSTAINABLE MEETINGS BERLIN.

Virtual tour htps://landgut-stober.de/3d-rundgang.html

Conference rooms

  • max. room dimension up to 597m²
  • 30 Event spaces total
  • max. room height up to 4.4m
  • Exhibition space from 1 to 10,000m²
  • suitable for up to 2,000 participants
Name 360° Room area Room height Welcome reception Banquet Classroom Arrange seating in rows Arrange seating in u form
Salon August n.a. n.a. 597m² 3.1m 1,050 360 350 750 n.a.
Salon Conrad, Arnold, Ernst n.a. n.a. 505m² 4.4m 900 340 300 700 n.a.
Panorama n.a. n.a. 121m² 5m n.a. n.a. 80 100 n.a.
Weinkeller n.a. n.a. 120m² 2.65m 100 90 n.a. n.a. n.a.
Kreativgalerie n.a. n.a. 294m² 2.7m 200 150 80 200 n.a.
Brennerei "Dicke Bertha" n.a. n.a. 120m² 5m 120 n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
Salon Ruth n.a. n.a. 122m² 2.8m 150 n.a. 70 120 n.a.
Salon Albert n.a. n.a. 78m² 3.7m 100 60 35 70 n.a.
Salon Luise n.a. n.a. 125m² 3.4m 120 80 60 120 n.a.
Salon Anna n.a. n.a. 57m² 3.1m 60 50 35 60 n.a.

Equipment in event spaces

  • Accessible
  • Audio system
  • Business center
  • Fixed stage
  • Full darkness
  • In-house technical personnel
  • Natural light
  • Projection technology
  • WiFi in event spaces

Conference hotel equipment

  • 300 Rooms
  • 3 Accessible rooms

Sustainability performance

Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) Leader

Obligation criteria

  • Governance - Integrating a sustainability strategy
  • Governance - Implementing sustainability goals
  • Governance - Sustainable business development management
  • Compliance - Observing laws and guidelines
  • Compliance – Integrating a code of conduct
  • Compliance - Active incident management for breaches of compliance
  • Data Privacy – Ensuring data management meets the statutory requirements
  • Corporate culture – Communicating the sustainability vision statement
  • Transparency - Public sustainability reporting
  • Risk analysis - Structured risk management
  • Shareholders - Transparent information on shareholder structure and participations

Environment Leader

Obligation criteria

  • Energy – Use of renewable energies
  • Carbon emissions – Auditing carbon footprint
  • Carbon footprint - Travel management system to cut carbon emissions
  • Carbon footprint - Mobility management strategies to reduce carbon emissions
  • Energy – Managing energy saving and efficiency
  • Emissions and environmental pollution control - Avoidance of noise, light, etc.
  • Waste – Systematic waste avoidance, sorting, and recycling
  • Environmental management – Environmental management system in place
  • Environmental management – Increasing energy efficiency of facilities
  • Environmental management – Safe treatment of hazardous materials
  • Environmental management – Putting green office strategies into place
  • Environmental management – Reducing water consumption
  • Environmental management – Eco-friendly furnishings for premises and locations
  • Environmental management – Using eco-friendly consumables

Optional criteria

  • Environmental costs – Carbon offset for projects and business activities

Society Leader

Obligation criteria

  • Employee satisfaction – Promoting employee loyalty and motivation
  • Work-life balance - Flexible working time models and CSR catalogue
  • Occupational health and safety measures - Safeguarding productivity
  • HR strategy – Supporting staff development and training
  • HR plan – Strategic HR management
  • HR strategy – Appraisal interviews and incentive system in place
  • Diversity - Management of diversity and equal opportunities
  • Diversity - Ensuring the workplace is free from discrimination
  • Training and further training – Promoting professional and personal development
  • Training and further training – Developing skills in sustainability
  • Suggestion scheme – Strengthening sustainable processes
  • Dialogue - Involving stakeholders groups
  • Accessibility – facilitating participation

Optional criteria

  • Diversity - Integrating not-for-profit organisations
  • Social commitment - Regulating donations and sponsoring
  • Social commitment - Supporting company volunteer programmes

Business Leader

Obligation criteria

  • Quality – Introducing structured quality management
  • Quality – Establishing a structured complaints management procedure
  • Quality – Regular dialogue with stakeholders to improve quality
  • Risks – Established risk analysis of products and projects
  • Innovation – Expanding the sustainable service portfolio
  • Innovation – Sustainable product and innovation management
  • Security – Establishing a user safety process
  • Budget discipline – Structured bid and invoicing management
  • Remuneration policy – Equitable remuneration structure
  • Suppliers – Aligning the supply chain along sustainable lines
  • Suppliers – Monitoring sustainability criteria in the supply chain
  • Suppliers – Hiring of sustainable locations
  • Resources – Efficient purchasing of sustainable products and services
  • Memberships – Transparent information on association memberships

Optional criteria

  • Financing – Ecological and ethical financial participation

Further details

Sustainable Partner

Certified since 2023

Overall performance

5 of 5 Points

Leader

Location & Connection

Landgut Stober
Behnitzer Dorfstraße 27-31,  D-14641 Berlin, 

Do you have any questions? We are your contact - The visitBerlin Berlin Convention Office convention@visitBerlin.de

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