If you’re looking for a great place to stay in a convenient location and excellent value for money, look no further than this wonderful 4 star Top Secret Hotel, ‘Newly renovated – huge savings in south Berlin’. Set in a prime location in Berlin East, and nearby to the Sonnenallee City rail station, you will easily be able to explore the capital at your leisure or attend work meetings and conferences if you’re visiting on business. The property has been recently renovated to include modern features and amenities for your comfort and convenience, such as onsite parking, WiFi, currency exchange, and gift shop. There is also a handy airport shuttle service available for guests, to make the journey to and from the city an easy and stress-free experience. Every one of the spacious guest rooms and suites is fitted with air conditioning, a mini-bar, double-glazed windows and television and services with daily housekeeping. Families travelling with children have the option to leave the kids with a babysitter if they want to enjoy an evening alone, or whilst they make use of the hotel’s own gym, sauna and massage facilities.
The city offers a number of diverse ways to travel around, and one which allows you to admire the sights and sounds at a slower, more relaxed pace is the Fat Tire Bike Tours. This innovative bicycle tour company runs several routes from the TV Tower, covering different periods of time; classic Berlin, Nazi and the Cold War, as well as a more recent addition, the Raw Tour, which examines the capital’s underground and subcultural identity through pressing issues such as urban renewal and gentrification. It’s the perfect opportunity to discover more about the history in an interactive and stimulating way, fun for both adults and teenagers alike!
If you’re left feeling a bit peckish afterwards, head to Schleusenkrug, a delightful café-restaurant that sits next to the lock at the edge of the Tiergarten. The beautiful views of the public gardens and park are a huge draw, especially in the warmer months when the beer garden opens up and people flock from all over town. The heart-warming, traditional German dishes served are the perfect pick-me-up, and vary from mighty grilled sausages to the famous Flammkuche pizza, all washed down with a pint of foamy beer. The breakfast at weekends is also spectacular and highly recommendable after a night out on the tiles, since it runs until 3pm!