Feb 24, 2020 - Feb 25, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Where to stay in Berlin
Having remodeled itself following the collapse of the Berlin Wall, the German capital is now one of the most exciting and vibrant cities in Europe. With a raft of eye-catching architectural delights, cool cultural attractions, chic dining options and, of course, that key historical resonance, there has never been a better time to visit Berlin.
Getting around is easy thanks to a network of integrated transport options, including the Metrobus and the reliable S-Bahn and U-Bahn services. The daily city sightseeing bus tours are a simple and convenient way to see what you want, when you want although can consider renting a car.
For a healthy bite into Berlin’s historical heritage – and the city boasts nearly 200 museums – staying in the city center (or ‘Mitte’) would be a solid choice for visiting the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag, while for those more interested in Berlin’s shopping delights, such as the popular Kurfürstendamm Street and its designer outlets, a hotel in Charlottenburg would tick the box.
Berlin City Center (Mitte) Hotels
A popular choice of five-star accommodation, the Grand Hyatt offers three restaurants, an indoor swimming pool and fitness facilities with the famous Potsdamer Platz just a stroll away.
The Hilton is an ideal base if exploring the city is on the agenda with sights such as the Brandenburg Gate, Friedrichstrasse and the Galleries Lafayette all close by. The Stadtmitte metro station is also in front of the hotel allowing easy access to the rest of the city.
Located in a listed building with modern interiors, the Wyndham Garden Hotel is a less expensive choice in Berlin Mitte and is close to metro facilities with the nearest station just ten minutes away.
West Berlin (Charlottenburg) Hotels
A relatively new hotel in the city, the five-star Waldorf Astoria is located opposite the Berlin Zoo and the landmark Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and is just two minutes from the city’s most famous shopping thoroughfare Kurfürstendamm Street (Ku'damm).
The Steigenberger is a prestigious choice close to the shopping, tourism and dining attractions. The hotel is also near to transport links and is within easy reach of the Olympic Stadium.
A budget choice hotel in the area, the Park Plaza is a quirky option for those who like a blend of contemporary design, art and photography. The rooms are modern and well presented with the hotel close to the shops of Kurfürstendamm.
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THE BEST CITY I HAVE BEEN TO! Great people, amazing history, so much to do and see and the people are great! Transport is super easy to use and loads of edginess all around the city!
Berlin is a city with a rich history, however it is contrasted by a contemporary, modern atmosphere that it exhibits today! A great place to experience the authenticity of German cuisine, as well as some excellent modern art. The history is all around you, but a walking tour of the city is a great way to learn some in depth information about what the city has endured.
I’d recommend the Jewish memorial museum, Brandenburg and anywhere in Alexander Platz
I didn’t spend a whole lot of time here, but the people were really friendly and transit was super easy to navigate!