Reasons to choose Hotel Indigo Berlin – East Side Gallery
Hotel Indigo Berlin – East Side Gallery. On the banks of the Spree lies a neighbourhood that wears its heart on its sleeve. Its a place where youll find stories around every corner and on every wall. In the heart of Berlin Friedrichshain Kreuzberg, the newly built Hotel INDIGO Berlin City East Side Gallery offers 118 well designed, air conditioned rooms – some with a breath taking view across the Spree.
Hotel Indigo Berlin City East City stands in a neighbourhood that wears its heart on its sleeve. Located next to the Mercedes Benz Arena, facing the East Side Gallery in the district of Friedrichshain Kreuzberg. We’re 20 kilometres from Berlin Schoenefeld Airport (SFX) and 12 kilometres from the motorway exit, Pankow.
Warschauer Strasse and Ostbahnhof railway station is a kilometre away, with frequent trains to Berlin City Centre and Schoenefeld Airport. Urban delights are just around the corner; with local shops, flea and food markets as well as the hip and ruff bars, as well as the RAW space. All major attractions of the city can be reached within a couple of minutes either by public transport, boat or walking. You can workout in the hotel’s Gym.
Enjoy lunch and dinner at the Gallery Restaurant and relax with a drink or light bite to eat at the Gallery Rooftop Bar with a stunning view over the city.
Travel Tips near Hotel Indigo Berlin – East Side Gallery
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.