Island of peace and serenity
A “dream island” in the middle of the Chiemgau region, about 1 hour from Munich airport, is the former Benedictine monastery Seeon. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, the three-star superior conference hotel offers a perfect ambience for meetings, conferences and seminars in Upper Bavaria. The historic and charming architecture, a picturesque landscape and intact nature make the peninsula in the Klostersee a fascinating place of peace and serenity, hospitality and inspiration.
The foundation of the monastery, which dates back to 994, now serves as a cultural, educational and conference center and makes overnight stays in a historic ambience possible. The 90 former monks’ cells are now a total of 89 single and double rooms in a stylish and elegant design. Simplicity and tranquility radiate luxury here. All rooms have a view over the monastery lake or the historic courtyard; a bathing jetty invites you to take a swim in the lake and the garden area to relax. A restaurant serves regional, seasonal, and honest dishes. The monastery bar is open to guests in the evening.
The restaurant Ex libris, the former library of the monastery, is exclusively available for conference guests and surprises with creative culinary delights: sometimes Mediterranean, sometimes Bavarian, always different! The Klosterstüberl Bar serves as a meeting place at late hours.
Kloster Seeon offers 14 conference rooms ranging from 20 sqm to 300 sqm, with individual seating and state-of-the-art technology. Light atmosphere, pure ambience and high rooms inspire mind and imagination. Whether in the baroque ballroom with stage and sound system, in the Benediktussaal with direct exit to the garden and the lakeside or in the Kramerhaus with historical vault and fireplace: you will find the perfect place with the right ambience.
3 days/2 nights
This program is just one example of how we can design your individual group request. We customise the programmes as desired.
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© Kloster Seeon/Peter von Felbert
© Kloster Seeon/Günter Standl