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Bürgerhaus Rochlitz

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The Bürgerhaus is the prime location for events of all kinds in the large district town of Rochlitz.

The Bürgerhaus is the prime location for events of all kinds in the large district town of Rochlitz. For almost four decades, the building, modernised in 2013, has provided the perfect setting for bringing people together, entertaining or informing them. Concerts and conferences are organised here just as professionally as company anniversaries or family celebrations. As different as the needs may be: Multifunctional rooms, a large stage, modern communication media, sound and lighting technology as well as a team of experienced employees contribute to the success.

Whether finger food, menu or buffet, large event or small celebration - the perfect combination of first-class quality and excellent service is guaranteed. With more than 20 years of experience in this business, Gastroservice Seifert is the right partner to give your event a stylish setting. Let your wishes run wild, look forward to freshly prepared dishes, delicious drinks and a variety of creative ideas for exquisite culinary delights.

Well-equipped for your event, 4 rooms ranging from 70 to a maximum of 400 m² are available.

  • The large hall seats up to 320. 
  • The small hall seats up to 150 (large and small hall can be combined) 
  • Wedding room seats 50
  • The Workshop room seats 40
  • Generous cloakroom area
  • Foyer
  • Lift
  • Parking area close by

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Bürgerhaus Rochlitz
Leipziger Straße 15
09306 Rochlitz
Deutschland

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Phone: +49 (0)171 8002560
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Website: www.buergerhaus-rochlitz.de

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