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Breathe in Berlin’s royal past while walking through the gardens of beautiful Charlottenburg Palace, which lends its name to this well-heeled neighborhood. Here you'll find some of the oldest homes in the city: upper-class apartment buildings with ornate facades and marble-floored foyers line the cobblestone streets. Stroll by sophisticated restaurants, through little parks, or around Lake Lietzensee. Window shop down Kurfürstendamm, the most renowned high-end shopping street in Berlin, where you can find all the big designer names. In the evening, visit one of the old theaters close by Zoo Station which were nightlife hot spots in the 1920s, or dine in one of the many international restaurants around Savignyplatz before heading to other parts of town for a night out.
Nice and not so big art gallery. You really enjoying art there as it is not crowded and overwhelming. I love the Picasso collection, but Matisse and Cezanne are my favorite. Tour guide on English or German is included to the ticket price.
Incredible building, and home of a congregation pastored by Gerhard Jacobi through the reign of the National Socialists and WWII, part of The Confessing Church that spoke out against the regime. Made more beautiful in its brokenness.
The Charlottenburg palace is situated in the far western part of Berlin. Although, it's not in the prime tourist area, it can be easily combined with other attractions close by in order not to come only for it. These include the Olympiastadium, Gleiss 17 platform and Wannsee. If visiting all of the above count on a full day. The palace...
Warm, Elegant, and intimate neighborhood restaurant a short walk from Schloss Charlottenberg, and the super small Museum Gems; the Scharf Gerstenberg, The Berggruen and the Brohan. This restaurant is the ideal place to relax after a day of art exploration, but the art continues with exhibitions of quality original art by select Berlin Artists .The Baba Ganouch and the Hummus...
We found this restaurant on Trip Advisor and it does not disappoint! The food was simple yet delicious, our waitress was incredibly kind and friendly. If you are planning to visit Berlin, definitely try and visit this restaurant, as the food is amazing, the staff fantastic and it's a wonderful little place.
$$ - $$$ • German, Seafood, European, Central European
"Had an amazing meal here with"
reviewed February 28, 2020 by Chris R
Had an amazing meal here with my wife whilst on a weekend away in Berlin.The service was second to none with the hosts being really attentive making recommendations and actually caring if we enjoyed our meal which we most certainly did !
I can not recommend Die Eselin Von highly enough the food was amazing as before the service is...
Our stay was the best. Dominik at the front desk made me feel welcome from the moment I stepped through the doors. He and the staff here went above and beyond every single day. He went so far as to search out an HDMI cable so my daughter and I could watch tv using her computer and offered to walk...
We allways stay at this modern Hotel when beeing in Berlin.
Absolutely nothing to complain about. Service, rooms, location, cafe is high class and really value for money. Sure we come back to Hotel Q.
The 25hours is Hotel is an amazing experience!
In fact you got what you are paying for.
Incredible stuff all people working there are more than friendly it shows that the working philosophy is open minded and give space to each individual to be originally they self, that swap over you. The architect put almost everything to give the hotel...
"Always a place I look forward to visiting and staying in while in Berlin for the Fruit Logistica Conference every feb."
reviewed February 21, 2020 by jennifermD3746PS
The room was excellent, very clean and even the staff obeyed not to clean when it need to. The location is quite ideal, near the train station and surrounded by other restaurants you can sample out foods around.
I stayed twenty+ times in Concorde/Sofitel Ku'damm and for many years it used to be my favorite accommodation in Berlin. I do join other reviewers here with their positive feelings but I have to say that this time I saw many changes that alert me: no morning newspapers in public areas or in-room, concierge is on duty just few hours...