Fitness
Football Pitch(es)
High speed internet
Indoor Swimming Pool
Laundry
Outdoor Swimming Pool
Tennis
Dortmund More info
20 Average temperature
range for June/July
Distance from hotel Time* KM
Training Centre (Klosterpforte) 0 ' 0
BVB Stadion Dortmund 115 ' 95.1
Dortmund Airport 56 ' 81.6
Airport Münster/Osnabrück 55 ' 59
Bielefeld Train Station 27 ' 23
*Estimations are approximate and subject to local traffic conditions
Who would expect to find a first-class hotel near the sleepy village of Marienfeld in the middle of East Westphalia? Probably nobody. Yet since its establishment the Hotel-Residence Klosterpforte has managed to position itself among the top names in Germany. It is the seclusion at the edge of the Teutoburg Forest that makes our little paradise so unique. The Hotel-Residence Klosterpforte covers a lavish 180.000 square metres and is meanwhile run by the family in its third generation. Eleven buildings are surrounded by spaciously laid out parks and gardens with ancient trees inviting you to linger and stroll around in. And if our own parks are not enough, there is a whole lot more in the glorious countryside of the region.
Train station
Stadium
Airport
Hotel
Training Ground
ROOMS
Total inventory: 151
Superior main building
Size: 18m2 Total inventory: 48
Bath
Flexible bed configuration
Mini Bar / Fridge
Shower
Wi-Fi
Deluxe main building
Size: 20m2 Total inventory: 26
A/C
Bath
Flexible bed configuration
Mini Bar / Fridge
Shower
Wi-Fi
Deluxe sporthotel
Size: 23m2 Total inventory: 40
A/C
Bath
Mini Bar / Fridge
Shower
Wi-Fi
Suite Sporthotel & main building
Size: 55m2 Total inventory: 5
A/C
Bath
Flexible bed configuration
Mini Bar / Fridge
Shower
Wi-Fi
Meeting ROOMS
Total number of meeting rooms: 11
Klosterforum
Size: 560m2
100
400
300
Saal Abtei
Size: 145m2
40
100
60
Johannes
Size: 73m2
30
36
Arena
Size: 36m2
10
12
Stadion
Size: 40m2
10
15
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Local Info Dortmund

With over 600,000 inhabitants, Dortmund is the third largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia and the urban center of the Ruhr area (“Ruhrgebiet”). The former production site for coal and steel is nowadays a national hub for education, culture and innovation. It is not without reason that Dortmund is the first German City to be honoured by the European Commission as European Capital of Innovation with the iCapital Award 2021. People from Dortmund love football, whether on the small football pitch next door or at “BVB Stadion Dortmund”, one of the most famous football stadiums in Europe and the home of Borussia Dortmund. On match day the whole city wears black and yellow, the BVB colours. Dortmund has a hands-on supportive community that knows, trusts and helps each other. Dortmund is also an international city, with people from over 180 nations. Football is the unifying element and an important mark of identification for the residents. This is one of the reasons why the German Football Association (DFB) has awarded Dortmund a unique football experience with the German Football Museum (Deutsches Fußballmuseum).

More info: https://www.dortmund.de/en/

Cilmate in June/July

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