Map & Directions

Hotel Berlin, Berlin is located at the very heart of the capital. Many trendy locations and famous attractions in Berlin may be easily and comfortably reached – whether by car, public transport or relaxed on foot.

For example, it will only take you a few minutes to get to the famous Kurfürstendamm with its noble department store KaDeWe, or you may visit the well-known Kulturforum in our immediate vicinity and the picturesque park Tiergarten. Or you may just as quickly find your way to both the oldest and simultaneously youngest hub of the city centre, Potsdamer Platz – just a short walk away from the elegant Friedrichstrasse and with a fast connection to the traditional centre of the eastern part of the city, Alexanderplatz.  

You may also comfortably take care of many of your commercial affairs on foot from the hotel: the embassy and governmental quarter is right on our doorstep – as are most of the renowned business quarters in downtown Berlin. 

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  • 40Seconds

    The 40 seconds  is an exclusive club at Potsdamer Platz – with a dance floor, elegant lounges, roof tops and a unique panorama view over Berlin.

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  • Brandenburger Tor

    The Brandenburg Gate is the only remaining town gate in Berlin and is one of the most famous buildings and landmarks of the city.

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  • Checkpoint Charlie

    Starting on 22 September 1961 at most famous East German-West German border crossing, allied soldiers registered members of the American, British and French armed forces before their trip to East Berlin.

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  • Goya

    The Goya is located in the former Metropol-Theater. It was renovated a few years ago – now it is a luxurious party and event location.

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  • KaDeWe

    The Kaufhaus des Westens (Department Store of the West) is the biggest department store in Europe.

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  • Kurfürstendamm

    The legendary Ku’damm is the most well-known shopping boulevard in the city.

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  • Siegessäule

    The Siegessäule with the golden Viktoria – also known as „Goldelse“ -  is one of the most impressive historic landmarks in town.

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  • Theater am Potsdamer Platz

    One of the most visited attractions in Berlin is the Stage Theater at Potsdamer Platz.

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  • Tiergarten

    What Central Park is to New Yorkers and Hyde Park to Londoners, the same holds true in regard to what Tiergarten - the green lung of the metropolis- represents to Berliners.

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  • Zoologischer Garten

    The  Zoologischer Garten is one of the biggest zoos in the world. It was opened in 1844 as the first German zoo.

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