Set in the heart of the distinct and trendy Friedrichshain borough of East Berlin, this spectacular 4 star Top hotel on Tripadvisor near Alexanderplatz will give you the chance to stay in a relaxing and tranquil setting, amongst the liveliness of one of Europe’s most popular capitals. The property boasts a wide array of luxury details and home comforts as standard, and is a suitable base for any type of traveller; from families and business guests to romantic getaways.
Guests are made to feel right at home from the moment they walk into the reception, both by the warm welcome from the friendly staff and by the inviting environment, complete with club lounge, lobby bar and convenient PC centre available to all guests. If you are travelling into any of the international airports in Berlin, the hotel provides a handy transfer shuttle service to ensure your trip starts and finishes in the most straightforward and stress-free way possible. There is also underground valet parking on-site for any guests using private and rented vehicles during their stay. Luxury and relaxation is a priority at this first-class hotel, and guests can enjoy downtime in a variety of facilities including a gym, spa, Jacuzzi, and wellness centre with massages.
If you’re lucky enough to be in town at the same time as the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, it’s definitely worth trying to get your hands on some tickets for a once in a lifetime experience of Germany’s best classical music played against a stunning architectural backdrop. The multi award-winning orchestra has been going for centuries and continues to please and astonish any number of international and local audiences. A favourite amongst classical music enthusiasts and novices alike, the romantic symphonies are bound to move anyone!
Follow up a performance at the concert hall with an avant-garde dining experience at Burgermeister. This century-old public toilet(!)-turned-burger joint is one of the best places to get a real, juicy hamburger with exquisite condiments, and certainly the most unique! The sides are to die for and the prices are very reasonable – not to be missed! If you’re still not ready for bed, head to Cinema Café for a nightcap in the form of an authentic, local beer. The setting is dark and intimate, with romantic candlelight and movie-themed décor for added interest; you can almost forget you’re in the 21st century until you step back outside again to see the busy streets and bright lights of the city.