This newly opened four star hotel is located on one of the most famous avenues in Berlin, Kurfurstendamm. The hotel is conveniently located to all major attractions and offers a choice of facilities and services to ensure your stay is as enjoyable as possible.
The Local Area
This top designed hotel is within easy reach of all the great attractions Berlin has to offer. Of course there is the Berlin Wall which separated the city for twenty eight years. Today only 1.5 kilometres of wall still stands. The East Side Gallery is the best preserved section and you will find information centres along the route to offer you information.
Grunewald is the largest forest area in Berlin and thousands of outdoor lovers visit this area each year. Ideal for bicycling, walking and horseback riding or just enjoying a peaceful picnic in beautiful surroundings.
Museum Island is located on the northern side of the Spree River and is home to five internationally recognised museums: the Old Museum, New Museum, Old National Gallery, Bode Museum and Bergarnon Museum.
You can spend a day wandering around the Berlin Zoo, the most visited zoo in Europe. This zoo is thirty four hectares and home to 17,500 animals including rare Panda Bears. There is also an aquarium on-site along with cafes and restaurants, an enjoyable day for the whole family.
Chalottenburg Palace is a must see, it is the largest Palace in Berlin and is also home to the large formal gardens which are a major tourist attraction on their own. The baroque style gardens were designed in 1697 and are beautifully landscaped. Parts of the interior of the palace along with the courtyard and gardens are open to the public year round enabling you to soak up the beauty of the area.
Berlin Dom, the largest Protestant church is a beautiful baroque monument located on the Spree River. The dome is decorated with eight magnificent mosaics and the organ alone is awe inspiring, made of seven thousand pipes, it is the largest organ in Germany. You can visit the dome by climbing the two hundred and seventy steps or enjoy a guided tour to learn a bit about the history of this fantastic architectural church.
If you love history, you will love Brandenburger Tor, one of Berlin’s most important monuments. It symbolises two hundred years of history. This is the gate where visitors would climb up onto a viewing platform to get a glimpse behind the iron curtain, when the wall was taken down the gate stood proud as a symbol of unity.