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Impeccable Service in one of Europe’s Most Amazing Cities

hotel doorBerlin is in a league of its own and this hotel joins it. The world’s foremost travel magazine, the Condé Nast Traveller, said that this secret hotel is one of the best places to stay in the world, so us trying to convince you to stay here seems a bit futile. This five star hotel offers sumptuous accommodation, a luxurious décor and Michelin-starred cuisine and if you decide to stay here, you’ll understand why it’s one of the best places to stay in the world.

There is complimentary Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk and concierge service, valet parking and all meeting facilities and public areas have phones and a private safe. There is laundry and shoeshine service, twice-daily housekeeping and a la carte breakfast is included!

If you want to relax, you can do so in separate men’s and women’s saunas and on the latest fitness machines. There are luxury amenities in all rooms and this hotel boasts 10 conference and meeting facilities that can house up to 180 guests.

In the Local Area

This secret hotel’s location offers the best of Berlin. It is located in Berlin’s historic district, the Mitte and has a wonderful view of the Gendarmenmarkt Square, which is home to the best museums, theaters and entertainment venues of Germany’s capital and also three of the most world-renowned cathedrals.

There aren’t many cities in the world that have experienced so many changes as Berlin has – when the wall fell, two different cities were merged and the long and exciting process of healing and development begun and it’s still underway.

A short walk from the hotel and you will arrive at the famous Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and the Opera House.

The Brandenburg Gate is a symbol for the hardship that Germany and Europe have been through the past 100 years. Construction started in 1788 and ended in 1791; during the World War II, the gate was almost destroyed but it was fully restored from 2000 to 2002.

The Reichstag is a historical building opened in 1894 and it served to house the Reichstag or the Imperial Diet. It was severely damaged in 1933 and after the Second World War ended it was no longer in use. Right now it serves as a meeting place for the Bundestag (or the Federal Assembly) and it is a symbol for Germany’s commitment to renewable energy.

If you need directions or ideas about what to visit in Berlin, then the concierge at this secret hotel will be more than happy to assist you.

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