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Located directly at Berlin-Schönefeld airport, InterCityHotel Berlin-Brandenburg Airport pampers you with contemporary comfort. You'll get to the terminals in no time. What's more, it only takes about 6 minutes to walk to the railway station, which easily gets you to the city centre.
Highlights: WiFi (free of charge), lavish buffet breakfast, bistro lounge and bar offering cakes and snacks, FreeCityTicket granting use of local public transport in Berlin and Potsdam at no charge, sauna and gym (closed due to renovations), 6 conference and function rooms for up to 210 people.The 198 rooms are decorated in warm colors and offer leisure and business travellers a cozy and comfortable atmosphere. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV, radio, work desk, laptop safe, minibar and air-conditioning.
„It is not often I rate a hotel like this (five stars). But this time...“
Review by mikaelranggard
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„Conveniently close to airport“
Review by Fiona M
Review by john461212
„it is what it is“
Review by richard c
Review by markfoodyburton
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. This enables guests to use all of the local public transport free of charge.
Our tastefully furnished standard rooms are finished in gentle shades. You will get relaxed night's sleep here.
A photographic art project by Alexandra Heide and Rico Lützner.
The photographer Alexandra Heide had a view on Schoenefeld Airport for her photographic work. Her medium is the Polaroid picture – symbolizing a kind of "photographic postcard" to her, on which she retains impressions, experiences and memories, and "writes them down with light". The photographer Rico Lützner also selects the topic transit as a basis to his concept, but in the middle of Berlin. In realizing his idea, the artist has chosen infrared photography because it also represents a transitional space from the visible to the invisible light for him.