Hotels in Berlin

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Ringhotel Seehof


Located in Charlottenburg, near the conference centre, is this ‘excellent’ hotel, ‘civilised, peaceful’, wrote one reviewer; the atmosphere is quite smart and formal, with pleasant staff

art’otel Berlin Mitte


‘Comfortable, minimalist and elegant,’ say its fans. This hotel was built by the Austrian architect Johanne Nalbach in the lively Berlin-Mitte area.

Bleibtreu Hotel


In the Charlottenburg district, this ‘funky’ designer hotel is run with an emphasis on healthy living. 

Hotel Jurine


This three-star B&B hotel opened in 1997 and has since doubled in size, but it is still ‘welcoming and quiet’, says its nominator. 

Circus Hotel


The location of this hotel is great - opposite the Rosenthaler Platz, a transport hub, and on the northern edge of the Mitte district, adjoining the hip Prenzlauer Berg area - and the value for money found here is outstanding. 

Ackselhaus & Blue Home


Ackselhaus & Blue Home is set on a residential street in the trendy district of Prenzlauer Berg and comprises of two distinct hotels in one 19th century building, one blue and one ochre in colour.
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Residence Nikolai


Residence Nikolai is located on a quiet street in the Mitte district in the heart of Berlin, with Museum Island just 700m away.
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Honigmond Hotel


Set in the quiet Mitte area, but close to an U-Bahn station, this hotel is set in a former tenement house dating from 1895 and is elegantly colonial in style, with antique furniture, polished wood floors, patterned wallpaper and replica oil paintings. 

History, architecture and hedonism

Creative, bohemian, affordable, yet rich in history, architecture and culture… Berlin can keep a visitor happily busy for days.

Museum Island hosts five world-class museums, for starters. Neoclassical buildings stand side by side with those from the 21st century, and sometimes both are combined: the Reichstag, opened in 1894, was renovated in 1999 and now features a huge glass dome as a gesture to its original cupola.

The decades when the city was divided into east and west can be explored by visiting a restored section of the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie, and the DDR Museum gives a thorough insight into life in East Germany. The Jüdisches Museum explores two millennia of Jewish German history.

Culture and history aside, Berlin has forests, lakes and parks, a fantastic zoo, and a famous nightlife scene from which many dance music genres have emerged. 

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