There is so much to see and do within walking distance of this Berlin hotel. From the Potsdamer Platz with its numerous theatres, cinemas, shopping mall and the famous Sony Centre to the renowned Tempodrom - a Berlin events venue - to historical landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, the Jewish museum and more, guests will find no shortage of sights and things to see and do.
Arts and Cultural
Internationales Congress Centrum (ICC)
One of the world's largest conference centres, the ICC hosts more than just conventions and other business-related events. Theatrical productions and concerts make a big splash here as well. Not only does it serve as the premier venue for the largest names in the entertainment industry and theater, but it also pays homage to post-war German architecture. Beautiful in sight and sound, this attraction is a must-visit in Berlin.
Shoppers will thrill to browsing and buying at KaDeWe. Chic boutiques and upscale markets are the domain of this classic Berlin department store. From shoes to beauty and lifestyle products, this retail haven is a top destination for fashion. Guests can easily spend an entire day, and with a host of gourmet culinary stores, a quick snack is always available.
Those seeking the hustle and bustle of city life will find it on Kurfuerstendamm. This very long and broad boulevard is home to top-of-the-line shops and restaurants. Visitors to this area can find anything and everything here. From bargain prices to haute couture fashion, the shops teem with a wide variety of clothes. Also, the restaurants and café offer food and refreshments that cater to any palate.
Sports and Entertainment
Bad at Spreewaldplatz
Water lovers will be quite taken with the wealth of choices available at Bad at Spreewaldplatz. This impressive aquatic center features an adult pool for swimming and diving as well as a children's pool with water slide. Families flock to this destination as everyone can find something to do here. Guests can relax poolside while they watch their children frolic in the pool, making this attraction a definite hit among families.
Built in 1936 for the XI Summer Olympic Games, Olympia Stadion is Germany's second largest stadium. It's also the home field for the Hertha Berlin football team. Guests take a step back in time when walking into one of the world's most famous stadiums, which is home to one of the greatest competitions in history. Guests wander where the greatest of athletes became champions.
What's Nearby - Corporate
- Bene GmbH - Büromöbel
- Sony Entertainment
- Deutsche Bahn
- US Government
- German Government