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+49 30 288755-0
Right on the doorstep to the main train station, the IntercityHotel Berlin Hauptbahnhof is just a few short steps away from the city and everything it has to offer in terms of shopping and entertainment. Berlin's hotspots are easy to reach on foot: Federal Chancellery (approx. 6 minutes), Brandenburg Gate (approx. 20 minutes), Potsdamer Platz (approx. 30 minutes).
Highlights: WiFi (free of charge), lavish buffet breakfast with coffee to-go, à la carte restaurant offering regional and national dishes, bar, bistro and smoker's lounge, planted interior courtyard, 10 conference rooms for up to 220 people.Elegant décor and a cozy atmosphere await you in our 412 soundproofed rooms. Modern features include a flatscreen TV with Sky Sports and Bundesliga channels, air-conditioning, work desk, safe and minibar. FreeCityTicket also allows you to use public transport in Berlin and Potsdam free of charge.
„Great stay “
Review by Celine T
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
„Good Hotel but with some issues“
Review by Ajit_from_Australia
„Great Chain Hotel in Excellent Location“
Review by Deanne C
„Nice Hotel, Not Close to Downtown“
Review by Katie B
„Convenient business hotel“
Review by HobieKenobi
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. This enables guests to use all of the local public transport free of charge.
Enjoy optimum comfort in the 24 to 29 sqm business plus rooms. The exclusive facilities include:
Our 20 sqm standard rooms promise homely comfort at the highest level. They are furnished as follows:
A photographic art project by Rene Brandt, Stefan Brückner, János Buck and Giorgio Morra.
Bundestag, TV Tower, Berlin Wall. Kebabs, Currywurst, Berliner Weisse. Politics, history, subculture … Berlin has many faces. The characteristics of the capital are portrayed, mixed up and alienated in the photographs. A pattern or a structure can awaken associations with experiences of Berlin and sometimes all it takes is a colour to evoke a memory. Thus, the photographs can be compared with many different ideas and expectations of the city. Everyone can choose their own personal Berlin and make history.