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Crowne Plaza Berlin City Centre Ku'damm

Explore Berlin

The hotel is located in the heart of the western part of Berlin. The KaDeWe, Gedächtniskirche and Berlin Zoo are just a few minutes away. You can reach us easily via train

Things To Do

Things To Do

Madame Tussauds

Unter den Linden 74, Berlin, 10117

Madame Tussauds is presenting its world famous and fascinating wax figures also in Berlin and guarantees the unique experience to meet celebrities such as Albert Einstein, Boris Becker etc. nearly “true-to-life”.

Legoland

Potsdamer Strasse 4, Berlin, 10785

The LEGOLAND Discovery Centre in the Sony Center at the Potdamer Platz is the first indoor Leogland. On 3.500 qm the visitors can enjoy an interactive world made of LEGO bricks.

AquaDom & Sealife Berlin

Spandauer Strase 3, Berlin, 10178

Enjoy a journey from the river Spree to the depths of the oceans and discover the different species living in our rivers, lakes and the sea. Experience the colourful corals,home to over 1,500 tropical fish in the world's largest cylindrical aquarium.

Jewish Museum Berlin

Lindenstrasse 9 - 14, Berlin, 10969

Experience 2000 years of German-Jewish history and the extravagant architecture of Daniel Libeskind at the Jewish Museum Berlin. Visit also the Restaurant Liebermanns directly at the museum with its Israeli – Mediterranean cuisine.

KaDeWe (department store)

Tauentzienstrasse 21 - 24, Berlin, 10789

The KaDeWe, which covers a sales area of about 60,000 sq. m and is the largest department store on the continent, The highlight of the famous, exclusive and elegant superior department store is the food department

New National Gallery

Potdamer Strasse, Berlin, 10785

The New National Gallery, the "light glass temple" houses European paintings and sculptures of the 20th century, ranging from Classic Modern to the art of the 1960s. The museum is located on Potsdamer Platz.

Schloss Charlottenburg (Castle)

Spandauer Damm 20 - 24, Berlin, 14059

Charlottenburg Castle was built at the end of the 17th century and became the summer residence fo the Prussian Kings. It is regarded as the most magnificent example of baroque architecture of the House of the Hohenzollern.

Botanischer Garten (Botanic Garden)

Unter den Eichen, Berlin, 12203

With over 18,000 species of plants in an area of around 42 hectares the Botanical Garden in Berlin is the largest in Europe. The glass conservatories housing tropical and subtropical plants are also impressive.

Shopping Mall Europe - Center

Tauentzienstr, 9 -12, Berlin, 10789

The Europa Center ist a big shopping center. Here you will find over 80 businesses – diverse shopping possibilities, a large culinary selection and colourful entertainment program.

Fair Grounds and ICC

Messedamm 22, Berlin, 14055

The grounds of Messe Berlin (Berlin Trade Fair) are located around the base of the Berlin "Funkturm" (Radio Tower) and are made up of approximately 160,000 square meters, with 26 large exhibition halls, that host 80 trade fairs annually.. The futuristic-looking International Congress Centrum (ICC) was built in the 1970s and remains the largest multi-functional conference center in Europe to this day.

Potsdamer Platz

In the Second World War Potsdamer Platz was destroyed and after the division of the city it remained a piece of dreary derelict land. This new urban district that was built from the drawing board after reunification accommodates the Sony Center, the DaimlerChrysler Quartier with the Potsdamer Platz Arcades - a large shopping arcade, "Weinhaus Huth", Potsdamer Platz Theatre (tickets can be booked through the Crowne Plaza Berlin City Centre) as well as other interesting buildings.

Government District and Reichstag

The accessible glass dome of the Reichstag, which was designed by the British architect Sir Norman Foster, ranks among the great tourist attractions in the capital. The building, which was erected between 1884 and 1894 and has now been completely restored, is situated in the centre of the government district and is the seat of the German Parliament or Bundestag.

Local Tips

Local Tips

Must See

The Fernsehturm, or TV Tower, is right next to Alexanderplatz square in the heart of Berlin. One of Europe’s tallest structures, the iconic, space-age spire was built during the 1960s and is still a centre for broadcasting. If you ride the express lift to the observation deck, bar and rotating restaurant, you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views over the city.

What's New

Just down the street from the hotel, the LEGO® Store Berlin is a colourful home for a well-loved brand. Whether you’re visiting the city on business and looking for something to take home to the kids or sightseeing with family, it’s definitely worth stopping in for a look around. A bit of nostalgia is also ideal for breaking up a long day of meetings.

Tips

Available at hotel reception, the Berlin WelcomeCard gives you discounted or even complimentary entry to many major Berlin attractions. You’ll save money and jump the queue as you admire the view from the TV Tower, explore Museum Island or spot gorillas and giant pandas at Berlin Zoo. It includes one-day use of the hop-on hop-off tourist bus and free use of the city’s public transport system.

Must Do

You’ll find the best shopping in Berlin right outside our front door. Kaufhaus des Westens, KaDeWe to its friends, is the city’s most famous department store. The venerable shopping centre was founded in 1907, and like London's Harrods attracts tourists as well as shoppers. Upstairs, dining options include a winter garden with a striking glass ceiling and views of Wittenbergplatz square.

Don't Go Home Without

The 18th-century Brandenburg Gate is a splendid example of neoclassical design and a symbol of unity for the German people. It’s easily reached by U-Bahn from the hotel or via an invigorating walk across the Tiergarten. While you’re there, survey the city from the roof of the nearby Reichstag parliament building and admire the grand architecture along the magnificent Unter den Linden boulevard.