Those after a spacious, contemporary hotel with a luxe feel need look no further than this newly opened Secret Hotel, ‘Just opened – Top Design Hotel on Kurfurstendamm’, conveniently located off Kurfurstendamm boulevard. Finely furnished en suite rooms feature room service, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi access and a flat-screen TV. Make full use of the exceptional leisure facilities that the hotel offers, including spa area with sauna, gym and steam baths. Those on business can optimise the fully equipped business centre featuring executive lounge and ADSL internet for all your conference needs. Also featuring a 24 hour reception and restaurant specialising in Mediterranean and international cuisine, this Secret Hotel provides guests with all necessary amenities to ensure maximum convenience.
In the local area
Located off one of the most famous and desirable avenues in Berlin, the Kurfurstendamm, this Secret Hotel is the perfect base in which to explore this thrilling city. Lined with leafy trees and luxury boutiques such as Chanel and Louis Vuitton shopaholics are sure to enjoy this chic setting. A stone’s throw away from the majestic KaDeWe department store, the second largest of its kind in Europe after Harrods, there is plenty of choice for those wanting to indulge in a spot of luxury retail therapy.
Why not pay a visit to the iconic Café Kranzler? Whilst mostly destroyed during the Battle of Berlin, this redeveloped building featuring ice cream parlour and smokers’ room pays homage to its pre-WWII history and popularity with bohemians and famous artists. Remnants of Berlin’s vibrant past are also visible in the form of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, its ruins commemorating those who fell during the second WW. Wander down to the striking Victory Column in the Platz der Republik designed in 1864 to celebrate the Prussian victory in the Danish-Prussian war; the stunning gold statue is sure to inspire and awe.
Also within walking distance is the iconic Potsdamer Platz, a dazzlingly modern public square 1km south of the Reichstag and Brandenburg Gate. Formerly divided by the Berlin Wall, it is now a futurist centre of commerce and architecture surrounded by beer halls, cafes, restaurants, theatres and clubs. Families and couples alike are sure to enjoy the world famous Berlin Zoo, resident home to Knut the polar bear and Bao the giant panda who help to draw in millions of visitors, making it the most visited zoo in Europe.
Within close proximity to Savignyplatz station and city rail Station Bahnhof Zoologischer Garten, exploring Berlin could not be easier.