Hotels in Berlin

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Hotels in Berlin

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Bleibtreu Hotel

Bleibtreu Hotel

Berlin

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

Ringhotel Seehof

Berlin

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
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art’otel Berlin Mitte

art’otel Berlin Mitte

Berlin

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

Hotel Jurine

Berlin

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. 
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Circus Hotel

Circus Hotel

Berlin

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. 
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Ackselhaus & Blue Home

Ackselhaus & Blue Home

Berlin

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

Berlin

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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  • disabled

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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