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- Brandenburg Gate
- Potsdamer Platz
- Olympic Stadium
- Checkpoint Charlie
- Berlin Zoo
- Messe Berlin
- Hackescher Markt
- Museum Island (Museumsinsel)
- Mercedes-Benz Arena
- Reichstag Building
- Deutsche Oper Berlin
- Estrel Convention Center
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Berlin seemingly takes the best of Germany and its western influences and merges them into a frenzy of music, art, fashion and general eclecticism. And food, we mustn’t forget food! There’s always something going on in Berlin with its infectious energy (which, incidentally, you can buy by the bottle) and it’s guaranteed to be moving at a quick pace. Quite possibly Europe’s most vibrant city; the sense of style is certainly alternative, and this is reflected within our selection of boutique hotels in Berlin. A great option for traveling couples and friends interested in design accommodation, Hotels.com’s website and app, aided by an ever-trusty review plugin from guests, can help you wade through the multitude of options and match personalized accommodation to you and fellow your travelers’ wants and needs. So relax and just enjoy taking your time choosing your boutique hotels in Berlin; the currywurst, Berliner and Königsberger Klopse aren’t going anywhere.
Berlin in a nutshell
While Berlin has a plethora of hidden gems to visit - the Berlin Wall, Museum Island and Reichstag Building, for starters - there’s still a collection of great mainstream attractions for haute-couture travelers that would normally enjoy boutique hotels in Berlin and prefer activities and sights a little off the beaten track. The pick of the bunch, from a design perspective, is the Brandenburg Gate, a soaring structure in pristine condition with an incredible amount of detail. For an equally breath-taking experience but in a different sense, the Berlin Philharmonic hosts some of the best orchestras on the planet - a spectacle for all types of tourists but an absolute must-see for those with more discerning tastes (fans of boutique hotels in Berlin, especially!). As a treat for art lovers with equal passion for good food, and the truest symbol of Berlin’s thirst to make experiences even more dynamic, you must try the Zagreus Project (found in 10119). This bimonthly showing invites an artist to an event on-site and matches the food to the work’s theme for the night, creating a treat for the senses.
How to have a fabulous time in Berlin
Germany’s first city manages to have a surprise around every corner, just about, and we don’t just mean our boutique hotels in Berlin! A perfect example of the unconventional, off-the-cuff ideas the capital loves to experiment with is the Badeschiff in 12435. A place to go and swim, day or night (when it becomes a nightclub!), this former river barge is a hotspot for like-minded travelers. As already mentioned, food is also a big focus for the German capital and, once again, Berlin has taken eating and mixed it seamlessly with another city passion, cycling; creating the Fat Bike Tour. Here, you’ll be given a comprehensive guide to some of the best eating stops in town, as well as some classic Berlin and stylish accommodation history to get your teeth into! But Berlin’s best hidden gem is quite possibly, and literally, its biggest-kept secret: Tierpark. Berlin Zoo often takes the limelight due to its more central location but Tierpark is a sanctuary (the largest of its kind in Europe) that offers something a bit different with most of the animals’ living areas being converted from stunning former communist quarters.
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