This stunning four star hotel offers stylish guest rooms and a host of superior facilities within easy distance to all the major attractions Berlin has to offer. The perfect hotel for business travellers and holiday makers alike.
Business travellers can take advantage of the conference rooms, fax facilities, modem access and photocopy services available on site.
This fantastic four star hotel offers banqueting facilities, a car rental desk and a concierge service. Guest rooms are accessible via an elevator and the hotel offers a twenty four hour reception desk and onsite parking for your added convenience. There is a beautiful rooftop lounge and terrace area for your use during your stay along with a gift shop and spa, ensuring your holiday is a relaxing and memorable one.
The hotel offers a gym, massage, sauna and wellness centre. There is also two restaurants on site offering a host of delicious cuisine from traditional meals to international choices.
Each stylish guest room is air conditioned and comes complete with cable television, mini bar, telephone, internet access and a safe.
In the local area
This hotel is located at Alexanderplatz, a square built in 1805. It used to be the busiest square in Berlin back in its day. Today it is filled with monuments and surrounded by magnificent architecture.
Berlin Cathedral was built in 1894 and after suffering damage in World War II it was restored and finished in 1997. This is a major tourist attraction in Berlin where visitors can gaze at the panoramic views from the magnificent dome; enjoy the staircases, crypt and chapels.
Hackescher Markt is a square at the end of Orchienburger Strasse. It is a famous nightlife hub in Berlin and weekly markets are held during the day on Thursdays and Saturdays. The square is surrounded by nightclubs and pubs; the perfect stop for a drink in the evening where you can enjoy some of the bustle this area has to offer.
Museum Island is rich in history and culture. An island on Spree River which is home to significant museums including the Old Museum, New Museum, Bode Museum, Pergamon Museum and the Old National Gallery.
The Church of Saint Nicholas is a must when visiting the area. This is the oldest church in Berlin, which was rebuilt in 1981 after the pillars and vault collapsed in 1949. Today the church is a museum and open to visitors.
For city views, be sure to visit the Berlin TV Tower offering 360 degree panoramic views from 207 meters high. You can see everything from the top of the tower from Brandenburg Gate to Museum Island. This is the most visited attraction in Berlin and once you get to the top you will understand why!