Welcome to Berlin
The Berlin Mark Hotel is located is situated right in the centre of Berlin, in close proximity to Kurfürstendamm.
The staff at this 3 star central Berlin hotel have been trained to offer the best service and most comfortable stay possible to all valued guests.
All rooms have been designed with the comfort and convenience of the valued guest foremost in mind and the 239 spacious guestrooms are all well-furnished and nicely equipped to give a home away from home feeling.
It also has a variety of facilities and services that are sure to meet the need of both business and leisure travellers.
Berlin Mark Hotel offers breakfast daily from 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM in the breakfast room and room service (limited hours). The hotel has a snack bar and deli. Business amenities include a 24-hour business center and conference rooms. Wireless high-speed Internet access is available in public areas (surcharge). Additional amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and air conditioning in public areas.
Modern and contemporary, the recently renovated Excelsior Hotel Berlin is one of the most popular city centre hotels. Experience this stylish urban address – only steps from the fashionable Kurfurstendamm Boulevard. Explore the surrounding neighbourhood’s vibrant shopping, dining, and nightlife, then return to your elegantly appointed room or suite with commanding city views. Relax in our air-conditioned “Living Room Library”, featuring a cosy fireplace and four Apple Workstations with free Internet access. Perfect for a business dinner or intimate meal for two, our FRANKE Brasserie blends a striking design with superb cuisine. Whether you’re travelling on business or holiday, you’ll enjoy first-class service and amenities on par with the best hotels in Berlin.
The Berlin Excelsior Hotel has a multi-lingual front desk staff with currency exchange and a safe-deposit box. There is complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access in public areas of the hotel. Three floors of the hotel are non-smoking and there is complimentary on site parking and off site parking (surcharge) is available. The hotel serves a hot/cold breakfast buffet (surcharge) and there is a bar. Business-friendly amenities feature 320 square meters of meeting facilities, including five meeting and conference rooms together with technology support staff. Guests enjoy the garden and a fitness facility. The full-service spa features a sauna, aromatherapy, facial, and body treatments, manicures/ pedicures, massages and beauty services.
The hotel Meliá Berlín is located in the heart of the German capital on the river Spree, a short walk from the main tourist attractions such as the Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island, the Friedrichstadtpalast Theater or Alexanderplatz.
In addition to its privileged location at the corner of the lively streets Friedrichstrasse and Am Weidendamm, this 4-star Superior Hotel offers 364 guestrooms distributed on eight stories, together with an events area with 7 paneled meeting rooms of different sizes.
For most of the latter part of the 20th century, Berlin has stood as a symbol of the division between East and West, split by the infamous fortified wall erected to separate the socialist sector from the democratic district. When the Berlin Wall was pulled down in 1990 the city discovered that it suddenly had two of everything, most notably two very distinct societies separated both socially and economically. The past decade has seen Berlin embracing unification and rebuilding itself as a modern European capital.
For nearly 30 years the Wall sealed off the imposing Brandenburg Gate from the West, but now traffic passes through it freely. Similarly Alexanderplatz, which was one of the main centres of 1920s Berlin, and later post-war East Germany, has once again become one of the city’s focal centres. The site of the infamous Check Point Charlie with its threatening monitoring tower erected to ensure no one crossed over from East to West, is now a museum, and while the tower no longer stands, visitors can see the East Side Gallery, a surviving chunk of the real Wall, now decorated by local artists.
Berlin is once again a vibrant centre for the arts, with many museums, galleries and theatres. At the Kulturforum visitors will find a number of impressive museums and concert venues from the spectacular Berliner Philharmonie concert hall to the complex’s Picture Gallery, which houses a vast collection of European paintings from the 13th to 18th centuries.
Berlin still boasts a fantastic nightlife, and while tastes have changed since the height of the cabaret halls of the 1920s and 30s, there is a vast array of venues catering to all tastes. Berlin’s calendar is also packed with festivals and parties from the Christopher Street Day gay and lesbian parade in June to the Jazz Fest Berlin in November. All this contributes to an ever-evolving city that makes a holiday in Berlin an exciting and attractive prospect.