Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz
It may look very 21st century, but Berlin's tallest hotel (soaring to an impressive 150m) was actually built under the East German regime back in 1970 as a domicile for foreign guests. Fast-forward to... Read More
It may look very 21st century, but Berlin's tallest hotel (soaring to an impressive 150m) was actually built under the East German regime back in 1970 as a domicile for foreign guests. Fast-forward to 2014 and you get to hang your hat in a stylish full-service hotel with 1001 air-conditioned rooms decked out in natural tones and featuring marble baths, floor heating and rain showers. The nicest ones face the TV Tower and offer great sunset views. Three restaurants provide sustenance, among them the Zille Stube which specializes in hearty Old Berlin-style fare. On sunny days, there are few better places to be than the rooftop Panorama Terrace with the entire city at your feet. In summer, a 'base-flying' station sets up here, giving you close-ups of the daredevils jumping off the building in a controlled fall.
- Recommended as Best Hotels Because: Right on Alexanderplatz and close to great shopping and eating, the location is unbeatable as are views from the upper rooms and the rooftop terrace.
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