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    Night(s)   |   2 Adult(s)   |   0 Children   |   From 12 May 2010 to 15 May 2010
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Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin


UNTER DEN LINDEN 77, Berlin, 10117

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Hotel Location
This exclusive luxury hotel lies on one of Berlin's most beautiful boulevards, Unter den Linden, which lies in the Mitte district of the city. Enjoying an idyllic location close to many of the city's top sights including the Brandenburg Gate, Pariser Platz, the Reichstag, the embassies and museums, as well as the most important theatres and opera houses. The German capital's diversity of shopping and entertainment venues may also easily be reached on foot. The hotel lies just a few paces away the nearest transport links directly in front of the hotel. Transfer to Tegel Airport (9 km away) takes approximately 30 minutes.
Important distances
Park: 0.12mi
Disco / Clubs: 0.03mi
Golf Course: 6.60mi
Public Transport: 0.06mi
Underground station: 0.03mi
Bus Station: 0.06mi
Train Station: 0.00mi
Points of interest near the accommodation
Brandenburg Gate163m
Berlin State Opera985m
Checkpoint Charlie1199m
Unter Den Linden55m
Potsdammer Platz803m
Pergamon Museum1208m
Museum Island1247m
Berlin Cathedral1445m
Further Hotel Information
Year of Construction: 1997
Number of rooms - total: 382
Last renovated: 2007
Number of floors- main building: 6
Number of double / twin rooms: 304
Number of Suites: 78
Hotel Facilities
24h. Check-in
24h. Reception
Money Exchange
Conference Room
Restaurant -s
Restaurant - non-smoking area
Room Service
Laundry Service
Wheelchair accessible
Indoor Pool
Steam bath
Room Facilities
Direct Dial telephone
Internet Access
Individual Air-conditioned
The hotel is situated in the immediate vicinity of the Brandenburg Gate, in the very heart of the vibrant metropolis Berlin. It is a fascinating masterpiece of elegant prominence and sophisticated architecture which breathes life into its history. Since its reopening in 1997, the hotel has continued its long tradition of excellent service and supreme quality.

Room information:
Generosity and attention to details are the hallmarks of the guestrooms and suites. Exquisite designs, materials and colours imbue every room and suite with its unique and personal charm. Distinguished interiors that strike a perfect balance between ambiance and service leave nothing to be desired. All guest rooms and suites are equipped with one regular phone and a cordless phone for in-house use, safe, minibar, flat-screen TV, Internet Protocol TV, video on demand, fax connection, WLAN, high speed Internet access and individually adjustable air conditioning. All the en suite bathrooms are equipped with a separate bathtub, shower and a separate toilet. The suites additionally feature a separate lounge/bedroom as well as a modern kitchenette. The bathroom also comes with a steam shower and selected suites have a hot tub and sauna.

Additional information
Regardless of the direction one is travelling from, one will access the city with the A10. The second motorway ring road is Berlin's inner city 'Stadtring', the A100. Guests arriving from Hamburg will travel via the Havelland and Oranienburg junctions in the direction of Reinickendorf. Follow the signs for Charlottenburg and take the Kaiserdamm exit. Take a left onto Knobelsdorffstraße, then right onto Sophie-Charlotten-Straße before taking a left at the first set of traffic lights onto Kaiserdamm. Take the second exit at the second roundabout, thus arriving at the Brandenburg Gate. Take a right and the hotel already comes into sight. From Hannover, the hotel may be reached by leaving the motorway at the Werder junction and heading for Drewitz Berlin Zentrum (centre). At the radio tower, stay in the right-hand lane in the direction of Charlottenburg and turn right onto Knobelsdorffstraße at the Kaiserdamm exit before continuing as above. Guests arriving from Dresden will reach the Schönefelder Kreuz junction and should then take the B179 in the direction of Treptow at the Treptow junction. The road leads through Treptow Park which lies on either side of the road up to Schlesisches Tor, a surface underground station. Guests should turn left here and turn right onto Wilhelmstraße after some 3.5 km. The hotel is to be found on the corner of Wilhelmstrasse/Unter den Linden.
Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin
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Points of interest near the accommodation
  • Brandenburg Gate163m
  • Reichstag376m
  • Berlin State Opera985m
  • Checkpoint Charlie1199m
  • Unter Den Linden55m
  • Friedrichstrasse586m
  • Potsdammer Platz803m
  • Pergamon Museum1208m
  • Museum Island1247m
  • Berlin Cathedral1445m
As the name says (Mitte means centre), this district is the heart of Berlin. After years of being the section favored by tour groups and visitors, it is back to being Berlin’s favorite and if you are seeking a buzzing, international feel, then look no further. Is an excellent place to begin your Berlinification and when it comes to nightlife, shopping and dining, Mitte has it all.

This is the district which was once separated by the Wall, and is a landmark area in the history of World War 2. After the dust from the fall of the Berlin Wall settled, hundreds of artists and bohemians took over the area and fed off the fresh buzz that resonated with the reunification of Germany.
Years later the artists have become wiser, the galleries more proper and developers have moved in. But the one thing that has not changed is the pull this neighbourhood asserts on any local.
One of the must-see landmarks of Berlin is located in this neighborhood: the Brandenburger Gate. It is the only one remaining of the original 14 gates that surrounded the city. It was here that the celebration of the reunification of Germany took place and it has been turned into an outdoor museum and a reminder of peace.
For an example of example of modern Berlin, take a look at the Potsdamer Platz with its new skyscrapers and the SonyCenter. Or Alexanderplatz, named in honor the visit of Czar Alexander I to Berlin in October 1805. It is home to Germany’s largest underground train station and the Berlin TV tower. The traditional seat of the city government is just a few blocks away and the Red City Hall is a short 5 min walk.
Also located in Mitte between the River Spree and Kupfergraben, Museum Island is home to some of Berlin's finest museums, including the Pergamon Museum, the National Gallery and the Altes Museum all of which have stood the test of time. Of particular interest is the Pergamon Museum which holds one of the world's most important collections of ancient artefacts which narrowly escaped the bombing of Berlin.

Mitte is well connected with the rest of Berlin. There are several metro stops e.g. line U9 (Stadtmitte, Friedrichstraße, etc.) and all the important bus lines stop here: 101, 123, 245, M27. Another great option is exploring Mitte by foot!
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