Hotels & Resorts in Berlin, Germany

Since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the city has become a breeding ground for artistic innovation. Grand hotels have reasserted themselves on Gendarmenmarkt or Unter den Linden. Architects have re-created museum spaces while this international stage has attracted investors from all over the world. New among the attractions are: I.M. Pei's Deutsches Historisches Museum and Daniel Libeskind's famous Jewish Museum. Passenger boats offer an easy way to view the city's developments by cruising the Spree River. Berlin boasts a total of 1,700 bridges, across the Havel and Spree Rivers and the tiny canals in between.
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Kempinski Hotel Bristol 301 Req Req   2
Regent Berlin 195 Req Req   1  
Sofitel Berlin Kurfuerstendamm 311         2    
Crowne Plaza Berlin City Centre 423 Req     2
Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz 1012 Req Req     3  
Riu Plaza Berlin 357 Req 17     1  
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