The conference will be hosted in the Heinz Nixdorf Forum (HNF), which is the home of the world’s largest computer museum. In the scope of the banquet dinner, we will guide you through the museum! The cultural history of information technology in a time journey covering 5,000 years. The museum is home of about 6,000 objects relating to calculating, writing and printing, office automation and computer technology, over 2,000 of these objects are presented in the exhibition.
We have reserved rooms in three different hotels:
With each of these hotels a special discount has been negotiated. To obtain this discount, please fill out the corresponding reservation form for the hotel you have chosen and fax it directly to the hotel. Please note that the blocks of rooms are only reserved until 23 May 2016. Afterwards, rooms (at the conference rates) may still be available, but no guarantees can be given by the hotels.
The Welcome Hotel Paderborn is nearest to the conference venue (5 minutes walking distance) and offers all facilities of a classical business hotel. A special conference rate of 94€ per night for a single room (which includes breakfast and free W-LAN) is negotiated for you as participant of MobiHoc 2016. Additionally, you can book for a rate of 7€ per night a parking place if needed. For more information, please visit the website of the Welcome Hotel.Download Reservation Form
The Best Western Premier Arosa Hotel is centrally located and has a unique panoramic view of downtown Paderborn. A special conference rate of 85€ per night for a single room and 100€ per night for the business packet (which includes a single room, breakfast and W-LAN) is negotiated for you as participant of MobiHoc 2016. Additionally, you can book for a rate of 10€ per night a parking place if needed. For more information, please visit the website of the Arosa Hotel.Download Reservation Form
The Aspethera Hotel is located in the heart of the historic inner city and only a few footsteps away from the historic town hall of Paderborn where at the evening of the first day of MobiHoc (July 5) a welcome reception will be given. A special conference rate of 80€ per night for a single room and 115€ per night for a double room is negotiated for you as participant of MobiHoc 2016. Breakfast is included in this price. Additionally, you can book for a rate of 7€ per night a parking place if needed. For more information, please visit the website of the Aspethera Hotel.Download Reservation Form
If these hotels are booked out, alternative hotels in Paderborn (with no negotiated room rates) can be found via the tourist information website. For our part, we can recommend the following list of alternative hotels in Paderborn:
For European standards, Paderborn is a young city with a history that goes back over 1200 years. There are many places of historical interest to see. Most interestingly, high-tech and the Middle Ages go hand-in-hand in harmonious co-existence in this dynamic city city pulsating with life, but still small enough to feel familiar. Situated on the River Pader, the town encompasses numerous parks, and is surrounded by beautiful countryside.
The first documentary mention of Paderborn dates back to the year 777. Paderborn has been playing a major role in the catholic church (since 1929, Paderborn is an archbishopric). In 836, the holy relics of St. Liborius have been transferred to Paderborn - this is celebrated every year during the Libori festival. In about 1000, Paderborn was awarded town status. After recovering from the second world war, the University of Paderborn has been founded in 1972.
More information about the city can be found in the Paderborn City Guide.
The most convenient connection is to take a flight directly to Paderborn Airport (IATA code: PAD). The airport provides multiple connections per day to Munich and further to the US and to Asia. Alternatively, you may choose Düsseldorf (IATA code: DUS) or Hannover (IATA code: HAJ) as your final destination. Both airports provide direct train connections to Paderborn directly from the terminal building.
Paderborn is well connected to the German train network. have multiple connections per day to all major German cities.
The website of Deutsche Bahn provides a convenient search widget for train connections.