The ideal choice for business travellers who only plan to be in the city for a brief period of time, this 4 star Top Secret Hotel has unbeatably convenient access to the Berlin Schoenfeld Airport in south Berlin. The journey to and from the airport is only 10 minutes and can be done via the hotel’s own airport shuttle service. The major motorways linking the capital to other nearby towns and cities are also within easy access so you will be able to take day trips and explore the surrounding area at your leisure. If you are using private or hired vehicles during your stay, the hotel has ample onsite parking, and if not the Johannisthaler Chaussee Underground Station is only a short stroll away. The spacious and comfortable guest rooms are fitted with modern features such as a flat screen LCD TV, mini-bar and hairdryer, and in the reception, guests can enjoy free newspaper, shoe shine services, air conditioning and free WiFi. For some well-deserved R&R time, head to the gymnasium to work out and relieve stress, or unwind in the contemporary solarium. Don’t miss these incredible rates in south Berlin close to the airport!
Berlin is a melting pot for cultures and diverse ethnicities which is apparent in the variety of restaurants and fine-dining options across the city. When you’ve tired of local delicacies and fancy something a little special, check out Bird – a New York style restaurant with strong Berlin influences. The warm and welcoming gastro-pub is often brimming with customers who come for the extensive drinks menu and classic steaks, burgers and homemade fries. The ingredients are all expertly and consciously sourced and the results are noticeable, especially in the sauces and dressings which are all made from scratch!
Experience the legendary Berlin nightlife in Oranienburgerstrasse in Mitte, at any one of the numerous bars, pubs and nightclubs. Just north of the River Spree, this buzzing neighbourhood comes alive at night time, when thrill-seekers from all over flock to hear the latest DJ sets and dance until the early hours. The area was once the hub for the Jewish community in Berlin and still houses the restored Neue Synagogue, which is worth a visit, if only just for the exterior. Art lovers will also appreciate the wealth of street art and elaborate murals which colour the streets with political and abstract messages. Just a little walk along the River Spree brings you to Museum Island and an area of many restaurants and pleasant bars.