Hotels in Berlin are as numerous and varied as the faces of the city itself. The German capital's tumultuous history is inscribed on its architecture, landscape and culture - making it one of the most cosmopolitan and dynamic cities in the world. Once the capital of Prussia, then the German Empire and the Weimar Republic, Berlin was devastated towards the end of the Second World War and divided in two during the Cold War. For nearly 30 years, West Berlin sat as a cut-off enclave within... Read More…
Hotels in Berlin are as numerous and varied as the faces of the city itself. The German capital's tumultuous history is inscribed on its architecture, landscape and culture - making it one of the most cosmopolitan and dynamic cities in the world.
Once the capital of Prussia, then the German Empire and the Weimar Republic, Berlin was devastated towards the end of the Second World War and divided in two during the Cold War. For nearly 30 years, West Berlin sat as a cut-off enclave within communist East Germany, surrounded by the Berlin Wall.
Passing travellers and visitors staying in hotels in Berlin alike are amazed at the diversity of the city. Home to five million people from all over the world, Berlin looks, sounds and feels unlike anywhere else in Germany - a reflection of its unique history of destruction, division and reunification.
Berlin is also an economic centre - particularly in the service sector - attracting hundreds of thousands of business travellers each year.
So whether you're a backpacker looking for budget hotels in Berlin from which to explore the city's famed nightlife; whether you're coming in for a convention and you need hotels in Berlin near to one of the two airports; or whether you're looking for unforgettable hotels in Berlin for a city break like no other, here at Eurobookings we can help you find your ideal accommodation.
We list more than 650 hotels in Berlin and yet more in its neighbouring towns, so you need never compromise on what you want.
Hotels in Berlin - luxury options
Luxury hotels in Berlin are centred on the heart of the former West Berlin, particularly the main shopping district around Kurfürstendamm and in the elegant streets to the south of the sprawling Tiergarten park.
As an example of luxury hotels in Berlin, the Grand Hotel Esplanade Berlin is a fine illustration. Situated on Lützowufer on the south bank of the River Spree, the Grand Hotel Esplanade is within walking distance of most of central Berlin's historic monuments - such as the Brandenburg Gate, Potsdamer Platz and the Siegessäule (Victory Column) - and its retail and leisure heart on Kurfürstendamm.
The nearby Intercontinental Berlin and the Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof - both on Budapester Strasse -are just two more of the many luxury hotels in Berlin.
Berlin is also home to Europe's biggest conference centre, the Internationales Congress Centrum Berlin (ICC Berlin), in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, slightly to the west of the city centre. This area too is home to a cluster of quality hotels in Berlin.
Hotels in Berlin on a budget
Although Berlin was reunited in 1990, divisions between east and west are still apparent. The former East Berlin is generally poorer, cheaper and less polished that the western part of the city. But for all its faults, East Germany was renowned for the quality of many of its services. As such, some of the best budget hotels in Berlin - as well as the most exciting up and coming city quarters - are found in the eastern sector.
If you're looking for budget hotels in Berlin or somewhere to stay at the heart of the city's nightlife and culture, the Prenzlauer Berg in the former East Berlin and the famed Kreuzberg district in the West combine edginess with easy proximity to the rest of the city.
Boutique hotels in Berlin
As a UNESCO "city of design", Berlin is home to some amazing modern architecture. Hotels in Berlin are no exception to the taste for style.
The strikingly modern Arcotel John F is the brainchild of Viennese designer and architect Harald Schreiber. Situated just off Under den Linden on Werderscher Markt right next to the German foreign ministry, Arcotel John F is elegant and yet relaxing.
Alternatively, another of the stylishly modern hotels in Berlin is Hotel Gat Point Charlie, just moments away from the notorious crossing point between east and west, Checkpoint Charlie - which is also home to a museum about the history of the Wall.
No matter which hotels in Berlin you decide to stay at, you'll have no trouble getting around the whole of the city. Public transport sets a very high standard, with the overground S-Bahn and underground U-Bahn and a network of trams (mainly in the east) providing quick and easy access to practically every point of interest. Mainline trains run directly from Berlin Hauptbahnhof to destinations across Germany, and even as far afield as Moscow.
There are also numerous hotels in Berlin centred around the city's two functioning airports - Tegel and Schönefeld - and also around the historic Tempelhof airport, closed in 2008.
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