Sustainable conference hotel Berlin Brandenburg
Salon Ruth - 122 m2
Salon Ruth on the first floor of the granary is ideal for conferences, seminars or team building, especially with the other three salons Annelise, Lilli and Margret, which are only separated from them by a foyer. A waxed industrial concrete floor, an open wood and glass construction with historical mechanics give the room its particularly inspiring atmosphere. Because of the solid wooden supports, three projectors with USB interfaces working in parallel and three screens were permanently installed.
The salon is named after Ruth Hübotter, born July 15, 1939, great-granddaughter of August Julius Albert Borsig, daughter of Annelise Harmsen née von Borsig. Ruth has inherited and displayed her mother's passion and her ancestors' love for natural flora. She is co-founder of the "Open Gate to Gardens in and around Hanover". This idea spread throughout Germany and, like her ancestors, she has been a member of the German Horticultural Society for decades.