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Holiday Inn Berlin - City East Side

Wanda-Kallenbach Str. 2





Check In: 3PM

Check Out: 12PM

Check-in Age: 18

E-mail Hotel

49 30 7400147 804



Berlin - City East Side Wanda-Kallenbach Str. 2

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Location Highlights
City Name:
Direction from City Center to Hotel:
Distance from Hotel:
1.86 MI/ 3 KM
Closest Convention Center:
Distance from Hotel:
8.7 MI/ 14 KM North West
Convenience Store:
0.5 MI/ 0.8 KM East
8.08 MI/ 13 KM
Indoor Tennis:
4.35 MI/ 7 KM
Must See

Must See

The East Side Gallery, the longest surviving section of the Berlin Wall, is a short walk from the hotel. Stroll beside the River Spree for 1.3km to see more than 100 striking murals painted by artists from around the globe after the fall of the Wall in 1989. Images on the protected monument include the iconic kiss between East German leader Erich Honecker and Soviet president Leonid Brezhnev.
Must Do

Must Do

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Museum Island is home to a cluster of cultural institutions in the middle of the River Spree. The imposing neoclassical Altes Museum houses Roman, Greek and Etruscan art. The restored Neues Museum has a renowned Egyptian collection, and the Pergamon Museum draws crowds to its huge rebuilt structures from the ancient world, such as the ornate Babylonian Ishtar Gate.
  • L'Osteria

    Pizza and Pasta

    Location: 0.62 MI/ 1 KM

    Serves: Lunch, Dinner, Dessert

  • Spreewirtschaft

    Come in and experience German cosiness. Start your concert or movie night with an own branded beer, relax after a shopping tour with your loved ones or enjoy a business lunch in an elegant ambience. The Spreewirtschaft always offers the right thing for every occasion.

Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

Rising from the vast expanse of Alexanderplatz, the iconic TV Tower, built in 1969, offers panoramic views over Berlin from its 203-metre-high observation deck. A 10-minute walk away, you can browse indie-designer wares in Mitte’s trendy Hackescher Markt area. The courtyards behind the art nouveau facade of the Hackesche Höfe complex house vibrant cafés, restaurants and boutiques.


If you’re visiting the city for 2 days or more, you could save money and avoid queues with the Berlin WelcomeCard, which provides free public transport in the city centre as well as discounts on 200 attractions. Across the river from the hotel at the expansive 19th-century covered market, Markthalle Neun, vendors offer a variety of globe-spanning snacks, as well as craft beers and wines.