Reasons to choose Holiday Inn Berlin City East Side
In Holiday Inn Berlin City East Side our multipurpose Open Lobby is a creatively designed space where you can socialise or work in a convivial atmosphere. Savour regional dishes and European wines in the airy dining area. Grab a coffee and a snack from the To Go Café, then head to the comfortable Media Lounge. The well lit E Bar has sockets for charging devices, plus a computer and wireless printer available around the clock.
A central East Berlin hotel near the East Side Gallery Holiday Inn Berlin City East Side hotel is steps from the River Spree and a Berlin Wall remnant preserved as a monument and outdoor gallery. From nearby Warschauer Strasse station, the U and S Bahn network provides speedy links to popular East Berlin attractions, such as the GDR era TV Tower in Alexanderplatz . Its a 25 minute journey to the imposing Brandenburg Gate and the cultural riches of Museum Island .
Both Tegel Airport (TXL) and Schönefeld Airport (SXF) are 30 minutes away by car. Our family friendly hotel is next to the Mercedes Benz Arena , which presents major pop concerts and sporting events. Business guests can host conferences for up to 70 people in our flexible event spaces , while companies such as Daimler, Coca Cola and BASF are all within walking distance.
At this hotel you can enjoy: Inclusive Wi Fi A mini gym Underground parking at a daily rate Kids stay and eat free Our welcoming Open Lobby is a multipurpose space where you can relax with a cocktail or a Starbucks coffee , meet colleagues and friends for a meal, or check your emails. Our comfortable, streamlined rooms are decorated in soothing colours. As well as high quality bedding, they feature pillow menus and blackout blinds to ensure you get a restful nights sleep.
Travel Tips near Holiday Inn Berlin City East Side
The wall that divided West Berlin from the German Democratic Republic (GDR) of East Germany for 18 years defined Berlin.
Since the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989, the city has re-emerged as a dynamic global metropolis with exceptional variety and world-renowned attractions.
Berlin is more than nine times the size of Paris and has more brides than Venice.
Despite the fact that it has many historic and cultural landmarks, as well as shopping, dining, and entertainment, the city’s attractions only cover 66 percent of the area.
The remaining 44% of Berlin is home to 2,500 public parks, gardens, woods, and rivers, providing a welcome respite from the city’s bustle.
Charlottenburg is the largest surviving Hohenzollern palace, and it provides a lavish glimpse into Berlin’s more illustrious past.
The earliest elements of the palace, which were built in 1695 as a vacation house for Queen Sophie Charlotte of Prussia, date back to that year.
Outside, you can visit the baroque gardens, as well as numerous portions of the Schloss Charlottenburg’s interior.
Head to Museum Island for a deliciously cultured agenda that includes amazing art, architecture, and antiques. In this city, you may also listen to one of the top orchestras in the world, the Berliner Philharmoniker.