Reasons to choose Hotel Indigo Berlin – Ku’damm
Hotel Indigo Berlin – Ku’damm were centrally located in Berlins central and popular KuDamm district, close to great shops, restaurants, galleries and nightlife.
You can enjoy spacious bedrooms, warm service and delicious cocktails in the bar. After enjoying our invigorating spa inspired rain fall shower, why not listen to your own music on the iPod docking station, available in every room. Free Wi Fi is available. The Hotel Indigo Berlin Kudamm hotel, just opposite the University of the Arts, blends beautifully with our busy cultural district.
Inspired by the light and atmosphere of a neighborhood artists studio, our rooms and lobby are designed in a bright, modern style that forms a strong connection with the area.
The artistic theme continues in each room, with neighborhood inspired murals and stylish furniture. Our restaurant and bar offer locally sourced ingredients and an extensive drink menu, while our lobby tips its hat to the citys booming modern art scene found right outside.
Travel Tips near Hotel Indigo Berlin – Ku’damm
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.