Venue & Hospitality
Welcome to the Official Attendee Housing Site for the 17th International Conference on Emerging Materials and Nanotechnology which will be held in Berlin, Germany. The Conference will take place in the following dates and location.
Venue: Best Western Premier Airporthotel Fontane Berlin,
Jonas-Lie-Straße 5-11 15831 Berlin,Blankenfelde-Mahlow
Conference Dates: March 07-08, 2019
Hotel Services & Amenities
- Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
- Business Center.
- Business Phone Service.
- Complimentary Printing Service.
- Express Mail.
- Meeting Rooms.
- Office Rental.
- Photo Copying Service.
- Secretarial Service.
- Video Conference.
- Video Messaging.
- Video Phone.
- Baggage Storage.
Driving Directions to
Trotting Marienfelde: 7 km B 96 straight ahead
Airport: BERlin - Schönefeld SXF: 7 km By car from the airport Schoenefeld direction Potsdam on B 96a. After approx. 6 km at the traffic light turn left towards Mahlow and immediately the first narrow street on the right to the hotel.
Exhibition Ground: Berlin ExcpoCenter Airport: 4 km Airport Tempelhof: 14 km
Motorway: A 10, exit Rangsdorf: 7 km A 113, exit Schönefeld - South: 7 km (B 96a direction Potsdam, please read above Directions Airport Schoenefeld) A 100, exit Tempelhof, 14 km (B 96 direction Zossen until exit "B.-M.-Mahlow / Am Lückefeld")
A10 (Berliner Ring): Exit Rangsdorf direction Bln.-Tempelhof on B 96. After approx. 6 km Exit "B.-M.- Mahlow / Am Lückefeld" at ARAL gas station and Mc Donalds. Then follow the hotel signs. From the street "Am Lückefeld" take the first street left "Goethestraße". Third street on the left "Sigrid-Undset-Straße". This leads to the "Jonas Lie Street".
From Berlin:B 96 direction Zossen. Exit "B.-M. - Mahlow". Then follow hotel signs: left to the underpass of the B 96, left direction Mc Donalds. At the ARAL petrol station turn right into the street "Am Lückefeld". First street left "Goethestraße". Third street on the left "Sigrid-Undset-Straße". This leads to the "Jonas Lie Street".
Railway Station: IC-Station: Berlin - Schönefeld: 6 km (our chargeable shuttle bus will pick you up) ICE train station: Berlin - Südkreuz: 16 km (S-Bahn no. 2 without change to Mahlow) S-Bahn stop - S -Bahn line S2 (without change Brandenburger Tor, Potsdamer Platz): Mahlow : 2 km
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