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  • Berlin
  • 15 Apr. 202416 Apr. 2024
    15 Apr.16 Apr.
  • 1 room, 1 adult
  • 1 room, 1 guest

Berlin, 9 hotels

Berlin – A city with a blend of history and modernity

The capital of Germany is an attraction in itself! Even a short stay in Berlin or a trip to Friedrichshain and Wedding offers an unforgettable travel adventure for singles, couples, or the whole family. For those who want to explore the popular sights of the Spree metropolis directly, finding the right hotel in Berlin is essential. The selection of suitable B&B hotels in Berlin and throughout Germany is huge! Whether you prefer accommodation near the Central Station, in Friedrichshain, near Tiergarten or in Charlottenburg, in the City Ost or directly on Potsdamer Platz, close to the Berlin Wall or near the popular Checkpoint Charlie - with us, you'll always find the perfect hotel for your trip to Berlin! Choose one of the affordable B&B Hotels in Berlin and discover the vibrant and multifaceted German capital. Whether Alexanderplatz, Brandenburg Gate, Victory Column or Ku'damm: a trip to Berlin is always worthwhile and offers endless opportunities for discovery. Once divided, then reunited, Berlin has not only a rich history to offer but also has plenty on offer in terms of gastronomy with approximately 6,500 restaurants and pubs. Berlin will inspire you!

 

Stay overnight in the capital – the centre of Europe

The city of Berlin is one of the most impressive cities in Germany. It is also one of the most visited cities in Europe and has a population of around three million people. In addition to the historical sights, Berlin has plenty of cafés, bars and restaurants where you can spend relaxing evenings. If you want to experience some culture, Berlin has all kinds of museums and theatres. There are numerous events almost every day and these enliven the city around the clock. There is also plenty to see for art lovers.

From modern to historic - Berlin offers diversity

The city is a vibrant mix of history and innovation, where one can experience the best of both worlds in just a few hours. For example, Berlin is home to the so-called Yorck cinema group, which has been awarded as the "European Cinema Operator of the Year". The Yorck cinemas are spread throughout the city (fourteen in total, including an open-air cinema) and continue to operate as independent and exceptional cinema operators. Berlin's neighbourhoods are constantly evolving thanks to the diverse population and global influences, which gives the districts a special charm. Are you travelling to Berlin by plane? Our B&B HOTEL Berlin Airport would like to welcome you to the city.

 

Historical world history – discovering Berlin´s culture

The Brandenburg Gate is a popular destination for tourists as well as an important part of Berlin's history. The Brandenburg Gate, whose name originated from Friedrich Wilhelm II, the then King of Prussia, was built as a symbol of freedom and peace. Today, the Brandenburg Gate is a symbol of the fall of the Iron Curtain, which divided Berlin, as well as the reunification of Germany after 1989. Not far from the Brandenburg Gate is the Victory Column and the Berlin Zoological Garden as well as our B&B Hotel Berlin Tiergarten. The zoo always attracts interested visitors and is still the oldest zoo in Germany and a popular tourist destination on a short break to Berlin.

 

Hotel at Alexanderplatz – at the heart of Berlin’s landmarks

The Berlin television tower is a landmark of the city. It is over 368 meters high and its glass surfaces offer spectacular views of the entire city reaching as far as 42 km. The television tower is located between Alexanderplatz and Friedrichstraße. The Telecafé located in the tower is one of the most popular locations in Berlin. But that is not the only reason why Alexanderplatz in Berlin is a central and extraordinary square in the German capital. Surrounded by historical buildings, this square offers plenty of interesting and new experiences for every traveller. Our B&B Hotel Berlin on Alexanderplatz lets you explore Berlin from the historic centre while offering perfect connections to all other parts of Berlin.

 

Urban heart – the new centre

Potsdamer Platz in Berlin is one of the busiest places in all of Germany and has the space to go along with it - here you'll find numerous entertainment options spread across approximately 68,000 m². From shopping malls, restaurants and shops to cinemas, as well as large cultural offerings such as museums & galleries or concert halls, you can find it all on Potsdamer Platz. Here you'll find numerous futuristic new buildings and skyscrapers, best accessed from our B&B Hotel at Potsdamer Platz. Centrally located, you'll find yourself in the new centre of the metropolis with direct access to subway stations, making it easier to explore Berlin and conveniently connecting the most important neighbourhoods. The hippest districts of Berlin are: Wedding, Neukölln, Tegel, Schöneberg, Steglitz, Tempelhof and Charlottenburg. Other hotels in Berlin include the B&B HOTEL Berlin Adlershof, the B&B HOTEL Berlin City West which is close to a number of parks and the B&B Hotel Berlin Berlin Mitte, located in the heart of the city.

 

The way to Potsdam – B&B hotels outside of Berlin

The capital of the state of Brandenburg is renowned for its beautiful and special castles. That is why many people consider a visit to Potsdam a must when they are near Berlin. The former kings of Prussia imparted the city with its unique flair, which can still be felt today. Just a few minutes from downtown Potsdam is our B&B Hotel Berlin Dreilinden, perfect for your overnight stay. You can park for free in front of our hotel (subject to availability). High-speed Wi-Fi, air conditioning and access to Sky TV are free in all our B&B Hotels. Somewhat further outside and closer to the beautiful Diedersdorfer Heide and the Großbeerener Graben is our B&B HOTEL Berlin-Süd Genshagen, another excellent option for overnight accommodation. If you land at Berlin Airport, you can reach our hotel in Süd-Gehnshagen by taxi or S-Bahn.

 

B&B Hotel in Berlin Charlottenburg – a place of contrasts

Berlin Charlottenburg is a district in Berlin. Charlottenburg is renowned for its culture as well as historic buildings, making it one of the most popular districts in Berlin for tourists. Charlottenburg was an independent city until 1920, after which it was made a district of Berlin. Today the district is known for many things, including its large shopping arcade: the Kurfürstendamm. With its vibrant atmosphere inspired by fashion, commerce, and gastronomy, the Kurfürstendamm is the number one shopping destination in Berlin.

Experience Charlottenburg up close

Here you'll find several special places, such as Charlottengrad, which showcases life in East Germany during the Soviet era. Old Trabant cars parked outside houses and murals depicting scenes from communist history adorn the walls, providing a glimpse into the past. Thanks to its luxury boutiques and special pre-war buildings, Berlin Charlottenburg is a district of contrasts and also offers an artistically designed palace garden and numerous parks. It is not only art enthusiasts that are enthralled by the vast Baroque buildings and landscaped gardens surrounding the palace grounds. Savignyplatz also invites you to enjoy dinner in a relaxed atmosphere with its numerous bars, rustic restaurants, as well as more modern luxury restaurants offering plenty of comfort. Starting from our B&B hotel in Berlin Charlottenburg, you'll find yourself in the heart of Charlottenburg and just a 15-minute walk from Charlottenburg Palace and the River Spree. The journey from Berlin-Schöneberg Airport and Berlin Brandenburg Airport (Ber) to Charlottenburg takes around an hour by train, and around 30 minutes by taxi.

 

Berlin at night – a city that never sleeps

Berlin has a vibrant night-life and is renowned for its colourful bars, clubs and lounges. Especially on weekends, it's hard to decide where to go! In Kreuzberg, for example, there are lots of cool bars, while in Prenzlauer Berg, you can find beautiful cafés. Also the Ku'damm (for West Berliners: Ku'damm) is a well-known boulevard in Berlin. The nights in Berlin can be long, and international music can be heard everywhere. The night-life in Berlin is excellent, and it doesn't matter whether you visit a nightclub or a restaurant - each district of Berlin has its own atmosphere. One popular place to go is the bar “Klunkerkranich” in Kreuzberg. It has a large roof terrace where you can enjoy the best view over all of Berlin in the evening! The nightclubs in Berlin are diverse and the admission prices (subject to availability) are usually quite affordable. This creates a firework display of night owl party goers roaming the streets of Berlin, especially at the weekend.

 

Berlin cuisine – culinary diversity and international dishes

Berlin cuisine is inspired by many nationalities. There are so many different specialities from all over the world, and Berlin offers restaurants of all price ranges. The Berliner Imbiss has almost become a tradition in the capital, which is why the Berlin bratwurst only tastes like the original here. Even the food stalls, which are often more than just small kitchens, incorporate various cultures such as Turkish, Italian, Thai, or Indian cuisine. This cultural and culinary diversity, which is almost unparalleled in any other city comes free with every short break in Berlin. Kurfürstendamm and Savignyplatz also offer international cuisine with many excellent fast-food restaurants.

 

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