Conferencing as a Cultural Experience

The Palais Salfeldt is a modern conference-centre - it opened its doors in 2008 - and has already welcomed a wide range of sophisticated conventions, meetings and events. It also offers a new stage to Quedlinburg’s rich array of spaces for cultural performances, exhibitions, and concerts. The Palais combines baroque with modern architecture thus providing a variety of rooms for all kinds of different occasions. The plenary hall, a masterpiece of modern daylighting and acoustics, comfortably holds an audience of up to 400 persons.
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Röttger Salfeldt
Variety at its best

The newly constructed upper hull of the former granary now houses the auditorium seating up to 400 persons. A curved and partly transparent ceiling sends a flood of indirect warm daylight throughout the room. (The room can be darkened completely closing the black-out curtains.) Two balconies are located at end of the hall and enable guests to step out during breaks. The room has air-conditioning and an integrated projector and stage lighting as well as a sound system. Moreover, it can easily be subdivided into two smaller assembly-halls.
This hall can also serve as a venue for exhibitions and fairs, as a concert-hall or cinema, as a ball room, for gala-dinners and receptions. Matter-of-fact athmosphere or charged with emotions - this hall does it all!

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Dorothea Erxleben
ideal for meetings

Modern-styled and day-lit through wall-high windows from both courtyards, this room encourages focussed and creative thinking. In the back there is a hidden space for the preparation of presentations, workshops, role-plays and little performances. The lobby right in front of the "Dorothea Erxleben" as well as both courtyards can be used for catering-breaks or little retreats for group-work preparation.
Dorothea Christiane Erxleben was the first female medical doctor in Germany. She was born in Quedlinburg in 1715 and practised here for many years.

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Lobby & Gallery
Flexible right from the start

The lobby welcomes guests and offers ample space for registration and documentation, catering during coffee-breaks, and –last not least – the essential lobby chats. In Summer, the two courtyards afford additional space for activities and catering in open air.
The glassed-in gallery on the first floor is the connection between the modern and the baroque part of the Palais. Poster exhibitions can be hosted here as well as catering arrangements with a view into both courtyards.

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The historic music room
Glamorous baroque for prestigious seminars, meetings & workshops

The Palais Salfeldt boasts a music room embellished by the same excellent Italian stucco craftsmen that had also decorated the feudal halls of Quedlinburg’s towering castle; an elegant setting for exclusive seminars, festive dinners and house concerts.
Conference Room with a suite of 7 further partly adjoining rooms.

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Historic "Klopstock" room
Glamorous baroque for prestigious seminars, meetings & workshops

Welcome to our baroque "Klopstock" suite, named after Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, a German poet of the 18th century who was born in Quedlinburg. The main room is accompanied by three smaller rooms - perfect for catering, discussion groups and minor exhibitions.

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historic "Klopstock" room
Glamorous baroque for prestigious seminars, meetings & workshops

Welcome to our baroque "Klopstock" suite, named after Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, a German poet of the 18th century who was born in Quedlinburg. The main room is accompanied by three smaller rooms - perfect for catering, discussion groups and minor exhibitions.

Facilities - reliable support of meetings & events

MOST IMPORTANTLY: Tell us your requirements and we will provide any equipment you may need.
If you plan for special presentations or stage events, our technician Alexander Voigt will make the neccessary technical preparations and monitor the proceedings - providing reliable support for a smooth and uncomplicated course of a convention.


On-site facilities:
  • 3 Projectors
  • 2 Overhead-projectors
  • 4 Wireless microphones
  • 1 Laptop
  • 2 Mobile screens (2x2m)
  • 4 Flip charts
  • 4 Pin boards
  • 2 Laser pointers
  • 2 Speaker's desks

"Röttger Salfeldt" plenary hall provides integrated stage lighting, a microphone, a sound-system, a projector with a screen and air-conditioning.

Room rates per day

"Musikzimmer"
1st floor, baroque, daylit, dimmable lighting, barrier-free
Area: 57m²
Theatre seating: 70
Parliamentary seating: 30
U-form arrangement: 28
350,-

"Musikzimmer"
with a suite of 7 further partly adjoining baroque rooms
1st floor, daylit, dimmable lighting, barrier-free
Total Area: 176m²
Theatre seating: 150
550,-

"Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock"
2nd floor, baroque, daylit, dimmable lighting, not barrier-free
Total area: 190m²
Theatre seating: 80
Parliamentary seating: 30
U-form arrangement : 72
350,-

Kornmarkt 5
Baroque unit - 424 qm
1050,-

"Lyonel Feininger"
1st floor, baroque, daylit, dimmable lighting, not barrier-free (4 steps)
Total area: 145qm
400,-

"Dorothea Erxleben"
Ground floor, modern, daylit, dimmable, air-conditioning, barrier-free
Area: 75m²
Theatre seating: 80
Parliamentary seating: 24
U-form seating: 24
300,-

"Röttger Salfeldt"
(with adjoining glassed-in „gallery“-lobby of 180m²)
1st floor, modern, daylit, dimmable lighting, air-conditioning, 2 balconies,
optional parting-wall, integrated conference
and stage equipment, barrier-free
Area: 500m²
Theatre seating: 400
Parliamentary seating: 220
U-form seating: 80
1.800,-

Glassed-in gallery
1st floor, modern, daylit, barrier-free
Area: 180qm
250,-

Modern unit 
Lobby, "Dorothea Erxleben", glassed-in gallery, "Röttger Salfeldt"
completely barrier-free
2.000,-

Palais Salfeldt 
As a unit of Kornmarkt 5 & 6.
3.000,-

Technical assistance
250,-

Kornmarkt 5 & 6

06484 Quedlinburg