With a convenient location close to Boulevard Kurfurstendamm in the West of the city centre, this Top Secret Hotel puts you in a prime position to explore the marvellous city of Berlin!
The property is close to both Hohenzollernplatz and Fehrbelliner Platz underground stations, making it easy for you to get around the city with ease. The hotel reception is open 24 hours a day, and here there are facilities and services including theatre reservations, currency exchange, laundry, and city tours can also be booked here! Rooms are very comfortable and stylish, with beautiful beds allowing you to get a great night’s sleep every night. The en-suite bathroom is spacious and bathrobes are available on request if you fancy snuggling up with a glass of wine from your very own mini-bar in the evening! There is also a state of the art television and high-speed Internet access is also available. Be sure to snap up this hot deal close to famous Kurfurstendamm!
Berlin has a wealth of historical points of interest, many of which stem from the Nazi regime under Adolf Hitler. The Topography of Terror Documentation Centre allows visitors to learn about the institutions during Nazi Germany that kept tabs on all citizens, as it was the headquarters of the Secret State Police, the SS and the Reich Security Main Office. There are a number of permanent and temporary exhibitions here, including photographic records of Nazi terror in the German provinces, how Hitler rose to power, and how the press was used to promote Nazi propaganda. Guided tours are strongly recommended, lasting one hour and are free of charge. Here you will learn how the personnel of the terror section of the Nazi regime organised themselves, how their actions were carried out, and how they were punished during the post-war period. Whether you are a keen historian or have no knowledge of life in Nazi Germany and want to learn more, this museum is certainly worth a visit.
Nightlife in Berlin is widely regarded as the best in Europe, with an eclectic range of clubs and bars to choose from. A particular favourite is Madame Claude Bar, a real gem of a place that features upside down furniture hanging from the ceiling! The friendly bartenders have some great drinks on offer at cheap prices, and the music selection features some classic indie anthems. You can also try your hand at table football while you’re here – but be warned about challenging the locals to a game!
Have a wonderful time in Berlin!