Hotel Door

This luxury hotel is just a short walk away from the Kochstrasse underground station, conveniently connecting it to all of Berlin’s main attractions. Located on a quiet side road off the main shopping area, it makes a perfect base from which to enjoy everything that this city has to offer.

The stylish and contemporary rooms come with flat screen TVs, satellite channels, complimentary toiletries, high-speed internet access and work desks with lamps.

All guests are welcome to relax in the modern bar and lounge area, and during the summer months, the outdoor terrace is the ideal spot from which to watch the world go by with a cold drink in the sunshine.

If you’re visiting Berlin on business, you’ll find that the business centre has everything you need to ensure that things go smoothly while you’re away from the office. You’ll find conference rooms, courier services, overhead projectors and photocopying.

A property that is deserving of its official four star rating, this hotel makes a great choice for business and leisure travellers.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Kollwitz Platz is one of the biggest and best playgrounds that you’ll ever find. It’s packed full of wooden toys, a leafy park and ping-pong tables. There are also many cafes and ice cream parlours spread across the grounds.

For romance

For a date with a difference, try heading to Berlin Zoo. It’s the oldest zoo in Germany and houses the world’s largest number of species. It definitely makes a change from dinner and drinks.

For culture

Checkpoint Charlie marks the spot of the best-known Berlin Wall crossing point between East Berlin and West Berlin during the Cold War. History and war buffs will enjoy visiting the famous landmark, which is still regularly discussed in books and magazines around the world.

For shopping

Potsdamer Platz Arcades is a lively shopping mall with around 130 different outlets. Here, you’ll find everything from clothes and fashion accessories to electronic goods.

For eating out

Musashi is a tiny Japanese restaurant with a big reputation. It offers a lunch menu that is renowned amongst discerning sushi lovers, and the prices are reasonable.

For nightlife

Bei Schlawinchen is open 24 hours a day, and attracts a diverse mix of locals and expats. It serves cheap booze and offers great conversation away from the typical tourist spots.