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Hotel Melia Berlin


FRIEDRICHSTRASSE 103, Berlin, 10117

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Hotel Location
The hotel is located in the heart of the germany capital, directly at Friedrichstrasse and river Spree and within walking distance of all majors sights.
Important distances
Next Big City: 18.61mi
Sea: 139.86mi
Lake: 16.21mi
Forest: 7.80mi
Park: 1.20mi
Golf Course: 7.20mi
Bus Station: 0.06mi
Train Station: 0.06mi
Further Hotel Information
Year of Construction: 2006
Number of rooms - total: 364
Last renovated: 2006
Number of floors- main building: 8
Number of double / twin rooms: 248
Number of Junior Suites: 13
Number of Suites: 3
Hotel Facilities
Reception Area
24h. Check-in
24h. Reception
Conference Room
Room Service
Laundry Service
Tanning Studio
Room Facilities
Direct Dial telephone
Satellite / Cable TV
Internet Access
Double Beds
Individual Air-conditioned
Individual Heating
Spanish passion and attention to detail, thanks to its installations with 364 rooms and suites, 1200 sqm of conference space, an Executive Club The Level, the Panoramarestaurant Café Madrid, the bar meliá tapas and a fitness area the hotel is ideal for both business and leisure guests.

Room information:
Comfort rooms are quiet inward-facing and soundproofed outward-facing from the second to 6th floor. The guest rooms dispose of spacious work desks, W-LAN connection, bathroom with floorheating and bidet.

Hotels Point of interest
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Mitte: Berlin Mitte is the district with the most attractions to visit in Berlin. There is an endless list of historical and magnificent squares and buildings. The best known monument of Berlin is doubtless the “Brandenburger Tor”. It has been a symbol for Berlin in all times: before Germany’s reunification as well as today. From here you can easily explore the magnificent boulevard “Unter den Linden” with the famous “Adlon” hotel leading to the “Karl Liebknecht Strasse” street to the “Fernsehturm” tower; Berlin’s highest building. You will pass the “world time clock” and the popular Humboldt University, the national Opera and finally the “Museumsinsel” which is an ensemble of famous museums and a Unesco world heritage sight. The “Friedrichsstrasse” is nowadays a shopping street with shopping centers such as the Lafayette gallery and high class shops. To one direction it leads to the former “Checkpoint Charlie” and to the other direction to the “Oranienburger Strasse”. This former Jewish quarter is a popular place to go out in Berlin. Nearby you will find the new synagogue, the “Häkische Höfe” squares as well as the culture center “Tacheles”. The “Gendarmenmarkt” is one of Berlin’s most beautiful squares. Also located here is the “Schauspielhaus” theater, the German and the French Dome. Worth a visit is also the “Dorrotheenstädtische Friedhof” cemetery with the graves of writers Hegel, Brecht and Schinkel as well as Berlin’s “Nikolaiviertel” quarter that has kept its 18th century’s small town charm . The “Neue Regierungsviertel” (new governmental sight) is located between the districts of Berlin Mitte and Tiergarten.
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