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Hotel The Regent Berlin


CHARLOTTEN STRASSE 49, Berlin, 10117

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Hotel Location
This exclusive city hotel is located opposite the Gendarmenmarkt square in the Mitte district of Berlin just a few minutes walk from the Brandenburg Gate. Nearby Friedrichstraße counts amongst the most exclusive shopping streets in the metropolis and its many restaurants mean that it is a true paradise for gourmets. Links to the public transport network may easily be reached on foot.
Further Hotel Information
Year of Construction: 1996
Number of rooms - total: 204
Number of floors- main building: 8
Number of double / twin rooms: 20
Number of Suites: 46
Hotel Facilities
Restaurant -s
Restaurant - non-smoking area
Room Facilities
Direct Dial telephone
Central Air-conditioned
This luxury hotel combines history and charm with the most modern of comforts. Comprising a total of 204 rooms spread over 8 floors of which 46 are suites, the hotel features a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a bar and an air-conditioned restaurant with a non-smoking area. There are garage facilities available for an additional fee and room and laundry services round off the hotel's offerings.

Room information:
The stylish rooms each come with an en suite bathroom with a shower, a hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, satellite/ cable TV, Internet access, a minibar/ fridge, air conditioning and a hire safe. The suites additionally feature a DVD player, a CD player and a separate lounge/ bedroom area.

Hotels Point of interest
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Pankow: Towards the end of the 19th century when Berlin started to turn into a metropolis, wealthy citizens started to settle down around the small village Pankow and the palace Niederschönhausen. The bourgeoisie flair is still present in the dignified environs of the Amalien Park. Since the 1950s Pankow, as East Berlin’s exclusive residential area, is associated with politicians, famous artists, authors and scientists who used to live in this part of the city. The castle Schönhausen, where formerly Queen Christine (the wife of Friedrich the Great) resided, became the residence of GDR president Wilhelm Pieck and accommodated visitors such as Fidel Castro or Mikhail Gorbachev.
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