The location

The location

ADG, located at Montabaur Castle, offers its clients a place where history, sophisticated design, and the latest technology merge - making it an ideal place to perform high-level trainings, conferences, and events.

The historic campus

The history of the castle dates to the year 959. For a long period, it was owned by the archbishop of Trier (Treves).

In 1970 the “Deutsche Genossenschaftskasse” handed Montabaur Castle over to the “Bundesgenossenschaftsschule Raiffeisen e.V.". After the merger of the separate cooperative associations into The National Association of German Cooperative Banks in 1972, Montabaur Castle became the centralized training institute for the cooperative sector which cumulated in the foundation of ADG in 1978 which has owned the historical castle ever since.

ADG has constantly been improving, renewing, and increasing the comfort and the capacity of the castle and its premises. In 2008 the new business spa was built. The new reception welcomes the guest in its own modern building since 2009 and in April 2011 the new conference and event centre was opened on the campus. In 2014 the new Coblenz guest house opened with exemplary energy efficiency in modern design.

Nowadays, Hotel Schloss Montabaur consists of two seminar buildings with 56 rooms available for seminars and conferences, one conference centre with 4 halls to host bigger events with up to 350 attendees and five guest houses with a total of 208 rooms to comfortably accommodate guests.

Hotel Schloss Montabaur is more than just a common conference centre or business hotel: it is history, design, contemporary equipment, and strategic location combined, making the Hotel Schloss Montabaur one of the best conference Hotels in Germany.

To get more information on Hotel Schloss Montabaur and some impressions of the campus, please click here.