The Hotel Adlon is a legendary hotel in Berlin. It is located in Paris Plaza, at the end of the prestigious Unter Den Linden. The first Hotel Adlon was built in 1907 in the original place of the Redern Palace. Lorenz Adlon was a businessman and his hotel became one of the most famous men in Europe before World War II. Charlie Chaplin and Marlene Dietrich stayed there and since it stands right next to the American, French, Russian and English Embassies, it was a favorite place for journalists too. It remained open during the war and served as a military hospital but it burned down in 1945. What they rebuilt it in 1997 after the reunification of the two countries, it was a great success. Its greatest publicity was perhaps when Michael Jackson almost dropped his son out of the window!
The Arte Luise Kunst Hotel is a modern art museum in itself and has gone from a place with elements of crisis, to modernity. We speak of communism and the subsequent evolution along with its art, art that we see in this hotel, which is a treasure of originality! It's a place you have to visit and find out about if going to Berlin.
A picture of Berlin taken from the balcony of our room at the Hotel Meliá (excellent treatment and location).
it's a fantastic city, with a combination of great museums to visit and liveliness, both during the day and at night (especially if the sun is out). Well worth a visit.
The Allegra Berlin is located near the river Spree. The hotel is within walking distance of several tourist attractions, including the lively Oranienburger Straße. S-Bahn and U-Bahn rail services are close by. The room rate includes a delicious breakfast buffet. The hotel restaurant and bar are open all day. It has 78 rooms and is a 3 star hotel.
This is a fully refurbished hotel in ancient historical building that retains its original glory. There are 146 standard rooms, deluxe rooms and suites with terrace or balcony with stunning views. It also has superior rooms and suites that are fully equipped, including luxury amenities.