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FAQ

FAQ

Questions about your arrival and your stay

  • Do you have a hygiene concept?

    Yes, however there are no Covid regulations at the moment. Here you can download our genereal hygiene concept.

  • How many rooms are there and do they have a balcony?

    There are 127 rooms in different categories.

    Not all of our rooms have a balcony, but the majority do. If you prefer a room with a balcony, we recommend booking a room in our Collegium Premium category. These all have a balcony.

  • How do I arrive by car?

    Coming from Hanover (Hannover), Cassel (Kassel)

    Take the A 5. At the Bad Homburger Kreuz (intersection Bad Homburg) drive onto the A 661, direction Bad Homburg, which will turn into the B 455. Drive in the direction of Königstein as far as to the Königstein roundabout. Take the first exit in the roundabout, B 8 in the direction of Limburg. After you have left Königstein

    Coming from Mannheim, Freiburg, Basel

    Take the A 5 as far as the exit Frankfurt-West [exit Messe (Fair)], then take the A 648 out of town, in direction A 66 (Wiesbaden). Then you have to change onto the A 66 to Wiesbaden. After a few kilometres on the A 66 there will be the exit to the B 8 at the Main-Taunus-Zentrum
    (Main-Taunus-Centre), direction Königstein. Drive on the two-laned B 8 till the end, then drive right on the B 8/B 519 in the direction of Königstein. At the Königstein roundabout you have to take the second exit, B 8 in the direction of Limburg. After you have left Königstein

    Coming from Würzburg, Munich (München)

    Take the A 3 as far as to the Offenbacher Kreuz (intersection Offenbach), then drive onto the A 661 in the direction of Bad Homburg which will be B 455 later on. Drive as far as to the Königstein roundabout. Take the first exit in the roundabout, B 8 in the direction of Limburg. After you have left Königstein

    After you have left Königstein

    After you have left Königstein, stay on the B 8 and pass through Glashütten, 2 km (1.2 miles)
    behind the exit place name sign Glashütten at a big crossing – on a field – turn right to Schmitten/Oberems. Oberems follows, at the incline on the left you can already see the Collegium Glashütten. Pass through Oberems, at the exit of the village turn left in the direction of Niederems. After approximately 200 metres (220 yards) you get to our entrance. You’ve done it!

    Coming from Wiesbaden, Mayence (Mainz)

    Take the A 3 direction Cologne. (e.g. over the B 455 or the A 66) as far as to the exit Idstein. From here see the description Cologne.

    Coming from Cologne (Köln)

    Take the A 3 as far as to the exit Idstein. Before the entry to Idstein turn right in the direction of Usingen/ Waldems and change onto the B 275. Follow the B 275 as far as the centre of Waldems-Esch. Then turn right on the B 8, direction Königstein/Frankfurt. Only a few kilometres later, you will come to a junction, turn left there to Schmitten/Oberems. Oberems follows, at the incline on your left you can already see the Collegium Glashütten. Drive through the village, at the exit of the village turn left into the direction of Niederems. After approximately 200 metres (220 yards) you get to our entrance. You’ve made it!

  • Is the hotel accessible by public transport?

    The best stop for you is Frankfurt/Main central station. You arrive above ground. To continue your journey, use the escalators to get to the underground S-Bahn station. There the S 4 in the direction of Kronberg, usually from platform 103 or 104, exceptions will be announced.
    Get off at the terminus Kronberg. From there a short cab transfer to Glashütten-Oberems is necessary. You are welcome to book this in advance directly with us. Here you can find an online order form.

    The bus stop "Wüstemser Straße" is located 200 m from Collegium Glashütten. There is a bus several times a day in the direction of Idstein or Königstein.

  • Do you have parking spaces and electric parking spaces?

    Yes, we even have 161 free parking spaces, including 1 handicapped accessible and 2 charging stations for electric cars. (However, charging is subject to a fee).

  • Are there extra beds and baby cribs in the house?

    We have some extra beds and baby cribs, which you are welcome to request. The cost of an extra bed is € 15,-/night, the cost of a baby crib is € 10 ,-/night. 

  • Do you have a bar?

    Yes, our Yellow-Bar is open daily from 6 pm. 

  • Do you have a restaurant?

    Yes, your can enjoy all meals in our Freis' Restaurant. Breakfast is available from 7 - 10 am and dinner from 6:30 - 9:00 pm. In the warm months the adjoining sun terrace is also at your disposal during meals.  

  • Do you have a swimming pool?

    Yes, we have a 550 square meter recreation area with pool, sauna and steam bath.

    Pool and Fitness are open from Monday til Thursday from 6-9 am and from 4-11 pm and Friday til Sunday and on holidays all day long from 7 am. 

    Our sauna is open Monday til Thursday from 6-10 pm and from Friday til Sunday as well as on holidays from 4-10 pm. 

  • Do you have a fitness area?

    Yes, we do. It can be used from Monday til Thursday from 6-9 am and from 4-11 pm and Friday til Sunday and on holidays all day long from 7 am. 

  • Do you have air conditioning?

    No, our rooms do not provide air conditioning. We rely on the fresh Taunus air instead.

  • Do the rooms have a balcony?

    Not all of our rooms have a balcony, but the majority do. If you prefer a room with balcony, we recommend booking a room of our Collegium Premium Category. These all have a balcony.

  • What about accessibility in your house?

    We have a handicapped accessible parking lot and a room equipped for the disabled. All rooms can be reached by elevator or via ramps, so that nothing should stand in the way of a pleasant stay in the countryside.

  • Can I bring a dog?

    Yes, dogs can stay in selected rooms. We charge a cleaning fee of € 10,-/day.

  • Where is the next ATM?

    The next Commerzbank ATM is in Idstein or Königstein. 

  • Is there WiFi in the hotel?

    Yes, you can use our free WiFi throughout the building. You will receive the access data at the reception. 

  • Is there a possibility to print something?

    Yes, we have two PC terminals with Internet access and connected printers in the foyer area that can be used free of charge. 

  • Is there a shopping facility at your hotel?

    In our hotel foyer there is a kiosk where you can purchase a wide range of drinks and snacks as well as hygiene products. Billing takes place via the reception desk. You will find the nearest Aldi and Rewe market in Glashütten. 

  • Do you have bedding for allergy sensitive people?

    Yes, all our bedding is suitable for allergy patients.

  • Can I get a bathrobe in your house?

    You can get a bathrobe for a fee of € 6,50. We also offer a wellness bag for € 9.90, which includes a large bath towel, bathrobe and slippers. 

  • I forgot my charging cable, can you help me out?

    You can choose from a number of different charging cables and rent them. The output and return takes place via the reception. 

  • You do not want daily room cleaning?

    You have the option to skip room cleaning for a stay of at least two nights. In your room you will find the appropriate door sign, which you simply hang on the door. As a small thank you, you will receive a drink voucher. 

  • Is it possible to rent bicycles from you?

    Yes, we have 2 e-bikes of the brand Hibike. Depending on availability, you can rent this at a daily rate of € 35.00 per piece.

Do you have any other general questions?

Please contact us.

Phone: 06082 20-0

e-mail:

Team Collegium Glashütten

Questions about your event

  • Which type of events can I hold in the hotel?

    The Collegium is suitable for all types of business events, from seminars to offsite and conferences.

  • How many conference rooms are there and with what capacities?

    There are 27 well-appointed meeting rooms ranging from small breakout rooms to large 220m² meeting rooms. In the largest room, 199 guests can be seated in theater style.

  • How are the conference rooms technically equipped?

    By default, your main room is always equipped with a beamer, screen, metaplan, flipchart and a moderator case.

    However, we also have other high-quality media technology that you are welcome to book for your event at an additional charge.

     

  • How does a conference in the Collegium work?

    The heart of an event is always our conference package Perfect Day. This includes your main room, which our experienced events team selects based on the number of participants. There is also catering during breaks at our coffee stations and the lunch buffet including soft and hot drinks in our in-house restaurant.

  • Are there other places for group work and discussions?

    The Collegium is a spacious building with large open spaces that offer plenty of space for group work and discussions with numerous different seating areas and bar tables. On warm days, you can also retreat to the hotel garden or the terrace.

  • How are the events managed?

    Our events team is at your side from the first contact, through the offer to the implementation of your event.

    There is also a team of media technicians who will be happy to help you install beamers, microphones, etc.

     

  • Can I bring my own conference technology?

    The Collegium already offers extensive in-house media technology. If something is still missing, we can either organize this for you with our external technology partner, or you can bring the desired technology with you. However, you should let us know in advance.

  • Are there any after work programs?

    Yes, we offer after work programs. We have some in-house ourselves, for others we have partners who know the house and the area well and are happy to support you.

  • Can I order a special meal for my conference guests?

    Culinary art has always been very popular in the Collegium. Our seminar-accompanying meals are always praised. If it should still be something special, such as a menu or barbecue buffet, you will find numerous suggestions in our banquets. Please ask our events team.

  • Can parking spaces be reserved for an event?

    Unfortunately no, but we offer 165 free parking spaces for our guests.

  • Do you have a lockable parking space for bicycles and motorbikes?

    No, but bicycles and motorbikes can be parked in our garage.

Do you have questions around an event?

Please contact us.

Phone: 06082 20-0

e-mail:

Team Collegium Glashütten

Compliance

Compliance

One of Commerzbank’s core values is integrity in dealings with each other and with our clients. We are emphatically committed to detecting and preventing financial crime. Commerzbank wishes to encourage everyone to join the fight against financial crime by reporting suspicious behaviour. We also systematically investigate any indications of violations of the law or of regulatory and internal requirements.

We have introduced a standardised reporting system, to run alongside our existing communication channels (the Compliance division and Internal Audit division). This Business Keeper Monitoring System (BKMS) is an internet-based application which enables customers, employees and third parties to report such activities that affect the Commerzbank Group online.

Online Reporting

If you wish to report activities, you can do this using your name or anonymously. We value open communication and would like to encourage you to submit your report using your
name. In any event, your information will always be handled in the strictest confidence. Likewise, we take into account the legitimate interests of all parties in the framework of the law.

We encourage you to set up an electronic mailbox in the system. This will enable us to communicate with you and to request any further information we may need. Such information can be submitted anonymously if so desired.

We have set up this system exclusively so as to receive reports about possible criminal activity, violations of the law or of regulatory and internal requirements within the Commerzbank Group. Abuse of this system for other purposes may constitute a criminal offence.

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Arrival

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Collegium Glashütten

Wüstemser Str. 1
61479 Glashütten-Oberems

Directions via Google Maps

Arrival

Collegium Glashütten
Wüstemser Str. 1
61479 Glashütten-Oberems

Directions

Coming from Hanover (Hannover), Cassel (Kassel)

Take the A 5. At the Bad Homburger Kreuz (intersection Bad Homburg) drive onto the A 661, direction Bad Homburg, which will turn into the B 455. Drive in the direction of Königstein as far as to the Königstein roundabout. Take the first exit in the roundabout, B 8 in the direction of Limburg. After you have left Königstein

Coming from Mannheim, Freiburg, Basel

Take the A 5 as far as the exit Frankfurt-West [exit Messe (Fair)], then take the A 648 out of town, in direction A 66 (Wiesbaden). Then you have to change onto the A 66 to Wiesbaden. After a few kilometres on the A 66 there will be the exit to the B 8 at the Main-Taunus-Zentrum (Main-Taunus-Centre), direction Königstein. Drive on the two-laned B 8 till the end, then drive right on the B 8/B 519 in the direction of Königstein. At the Königstein roundabout you have to take the second exit, B 8 in the direction of Limburg. After you have left Königstein

Coming from Würzburg, Munich (München)

Take the A 3 as far as to the Offenbacher Kreuz (intersection Offenbach), then drive onto the A 661 in the direction of Bad Homburg which will be B 455 later on. Drive as far as to the Königstein roundabout. Take the first exit in the roundabout, B 8 in the direction of Limburg. After you have left Königstein

After you have left Königstein

After you have left Königstein, stay on the B 8 and pass through Glashütten, 2 km (1.2 miles) behind the exit place name sign Glashütten at a big crossing – on a field – turn right to Schmitten / Oberems. Oberems follows, at the incline on the left you can already see the Collegium Glashütten. Pass through Oberems, at the exit of the village turn left in the direction of Niederems. After approximately 200 metres (220 yards) you get to our entrance. You’ve done it!

Coming from Wiesbaden, Mayence (Mainz)

Take the A 3 direction Cologne. (e.g. over the B 455 or the A 66) as far as to the exit Idstein. From here see the description Cologne.

Coming from Cologne (Köln)

Take the A 3 as far as to the exit Idstein. Before the entry to Idstein turn right in the direction of Usingen/ Waldems and change onto the B 275. Follow the B 275 as far as the centre of Waldems-Esch. Then turn right on the B 8, direction Königstein/Frankfurt. Only a few kilometres later, you will come to a junction, turn left there to Schmitten/Oberems. Oberems follows, at the incline on your left you can already see the Collegium Glashütten. Drive through the village, at the exit of the village turn left into the direction of Niederems. After approximately 200 metres (220 yards) you get to our entrance. You’ve made it!

Electric Cars

We have two charging stations for electric cars available.

Public transport

The best stopping point for you is Frankfurt/Main main station. You arrive above ground. To continue your journey, take the escalators to the underground "S-Bahn" station. There, the S 4 leaves in the direction to Kronberg, usually from platform 103 or 104, exceptions will be announced. Get out at the Kronberg terminus. From there a short cab transfer to Glashütten-Oberems is necessary. We recommend making reservations through Collegium Glashütten to avoid possible waiting times.

Arrange taxi pickup

Please order a taxi at least 2 hours before the planned pick-up. The vehicles are equipped with signs on which COLLEGIUM GLASHÜTTEN is written. Waiting times of 15 minutes at the airport or train stations are free of charge for our guests. Please also allow the taxi service a 10-minute grace period. The trip can be paid for to the driver either in cash or with a credit card.

Due to the corona pandemic, wearing a face mask is compulsory for both the driver and passengers throughout the journey. The passenger seat must remain free. Depending on the vehicle type, the number of passengers is reduced, i.e. in a 4-person taxi only 2 (maximum 3) people are allowed to sit in the back seat, in a large taxi only 4.

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