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Start planning your stay in Berlin by using Hotelsgrids free searching service which will help you find  the best hotel deals in Berlin to sweeten your stay.  The system compare hotel prices of all major hotel sites from a single page enabling you to Explore the suggested hotels online, read hotel accommodation reviews to select the hotel that best fit your needs and budget. Once you have selected a hotel  use the online booking capabilities to finalized the hotel reservations  process.  Try the list of popular hotels in Berlin to quick pick a hotel  and/or use the map to explore Berlin before you get there.  We also have listed some points of interest to  get you started.



Popular Berlin Hotels

   Hotel Concorde Berlin

  Augsburger Strasse 41

  Score from 685 reviews: Fantastic, 9.4

Large bathrooms Good for shopping Very modern


   Louisa's Place

  Kurfürstendamm 160

  Score from 221 reviews: Great, 9.1

Stunning pool Large rooms Excellent service


    Upstalsboom Hotel Friedrichshain

 Gubener Strasse 42

 Score from 768 reviews: Great, 8.6

Tasty breakfast Big balcony Clean rooms


   The Regent Berlin

  Charlottenstrasse 49

  Score from 249 reviews: Fantastic, 9.6

Superb dining Large bathrooms Large rooms


   Ramada Hotel Berlin Mitte

 Chausseestrasse 118-120

  Score from 130 reviews: Good, 7.9

Great location Excellent service Clean rooms


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Berlin  is the capital city of Germany and is one of the 16 states of Germany. With a population of 3.5 million people,Berlin is Germany's largest city.

Here is a list of places of interest in Berlin:

Brandenburg Gate is a landmarks of the city of Berlin.

Reichstag & Government Quarter -The Reichstag is the German parliament building and with its new glass cupola designed by Sir Norman Foster, has become one of Berlin's most popular attractions.

Schloss Charlottenburg - Built between 1695 and 1699 for Sophie Charlotte (wife of King Freidrich I of Prussia) and extensively rebuilt after World War II due to damage caused thereby, this is Berlin's largest and arguably most beautiful palace.

Take Bus number 100 or 200 -  Both services set out from Zoologischer Garten railway station and follow similar routes. Many of Berlin's major sights can be seen from these bus routes.

Checkpoint Charlie Museum - The museum exhibits an extensive collection of real-life stories, propaganda and memorabilia from the time of Berlin's occupation and division by the Allied Forces. Checkpoint Charlie itself was a former border crossing point between the American and Soviet occupational zones (1945 - 1990). Replicas of the US Army patrol hut and entry/exit sign can be found on the site. The acutal hut in use at the time of German reunification is in the Alliierten-Museum in the Zehlendorf district.

Unter den Linden - Unter den Linden is a wide boulevard that extends eastwards from the Brandenburg Gate. It is lined with great architectural buildings, coffee shops, bars and restaurants.

 East Side Gallery - The longest remaining section (around 1 mile) of the Berlin Wall that still stands today. It is found on Mühlenstraße.