The capital of Germany is a multicultural metropolis boasting magnificent monuments, such as the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag, and an astonishingly diverse arts and cultural scene. In the various quarters of the city, you'll find a wealth of trendy shops and chic restaurants. Whatever you're looking for, chances are you'll find it in Berlin.
The exact location
See it. Feel it. Discover it. Vienna House Andel’s Berlin is located in the district of Lichtenberg, on the border with Prenzlauer Berg and Friedrichshain. Guests can enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the city from the hotel's 65 m tower. Enjoy a memorable dinner in the Skykitchen, the Michelin-starred restaurant, or relax with a drink in the bar.
Theater im DelphiRead more
A silent witness of the 1920s and the perfect stage for theatre, dance, opera, concerts, performance, forum, exhibitions and film. Once known as “Little Hollywood”, the former silent film theatre today is a space for special performances from the worlds of culture and the arts. From Transmediale to Berlinale to Fashion Week Berlin – the venue has hosted them all.
Entering Heckmann Höfe from Oranienburger Straße, you’re greeted by a sweet and delicious scent. Ensconced in the basement of the courtyard building is the Bonbonmacherei candy factory. Here the famous bonbons with raspberry and woodruff flavour are made and sold the way they were 50 years ago. So fill up on some sweets, but then make sure you get on your way – because Heckmann Höfe has so many more restaurants, galleries and artisan shops that are worth discovering.Read more
In Berlin-Friedrichshain, there’s a “secret cinema” by the name of “Durchsfenster” (literally “through the window”). A private apartment in the ground floor of a residential building. No advertisements, no sign indicating its presence. As the name implies, you really do have to climb through a window to access the secret screening room. A different film is shown here every day, and the movie is always a surprise. Except for Mondays: then it’s Star Trek night.Read more
BERLIN SHOPPING SPREES
Berlin is a mecca for shoppers and browsers. Every neighbourhood, or Kiez, has its own selection of trendy labels, flagship stores and quirky boutiques.
For some of the best-known shopping areas, head for the Hackesche Höfe courtyard, the Oranienburgerstrasse and Bergmannstrasse area, the famous Alexanderplatz or Kurfürstendamm.
MORNING RUN WITH ‘KIEZ‘ FLAIR
Explore the neighbourhood of the Vienna House Andel’s Berlin and make yourself fit for the day. Every Thursday at 6.00 am hotel guests are invited to an early morning run with three various routes of choice and an afterwards energy breakfast in the a.lounge. Please register no later than Wednesday for the following day at [email protected] or at the reception desk.
BERLIN – MARKETS
The hustle and bustle of Berlin's street markets is a feast for the senses. Enticing smells, intense bursts of colour, people from all over the world – and, of course, great street food. Berlin's markets are an education for your taste buds.
Try the Markthalle Neun, Marheineke or Arminius market halls or the weekly farmers' market at Südstern.
BERLIN – NIGHTLIFE
Berlin's nightlife is famous for its extraordinary variety, from elegant cocktail bars to the latest hipster hangouts. Tip: check out notices on phone kiosks, keep an eye on the entrances to underground cellars, explore courtyards ...
Berlin – where nightlife lives.
Schöneberg, Torstraße, Osthafen, Savignyplatz.
- From the Hauptbahnhof train station:
Take tram no. 5 (M5) towards Zingster Straße and get off at the Landsberger Allee stop.
(Bus fare: approx. EUR 3.40*)
- From the Ostbahnhof train station:
Take S-Bahn no. S75 towards Wartenburg and change at Ostkreuz. From there, take S-bahn S42 (the Ringbahn) to Landsberger Allee.
(Bus fare: approx. EUR 3.40*)
Plan your journey by train and by public transport.
*Price quoted is for guidance only.
- From Tegel airport (TXL):
Take the TXL bus and get off at the Beusselstraße stop. Then catch the S-bahn S41 (Ringbahn) to Landsberger Allee.
(Journey time by bus: approx. 26 mins. Fare: approx.
- From Schönefeld airport:
Take S-Bahn S9 towards Spandau and get off at the Treptower Park. Then catch S-Bahn S8, S41 (Ringbahn) or S85 to Landsberger Allee stop.
(Journey time: approx. 30 mins. Fare: EUR 3.40*)
Plan your journey by public transport.
*Price quoted is for guidance only.
- Coming from the south or west:
Take the A2 northbound as far as the Weder junction, then take the A10 to the Nuthetal junction, and then the A115 as far as the Funkturm/Messedamm-Nord junction on the A100. Leave the A100 at the Innsbrucker Platz junction and turn left onto the B1. Follow the B1 for about 9 km until you reach Mollstraße. Then turn right and follow the road for about 3.5 km until you reach Landsberger Allee. The hotel is on the right.
- Coming from the north:
Take the A24 and at the Oranienburg junction take the A111 as far as the Funkturm junction on the A100. Leave the A100 at the Seestraße junction and follow Seestraße towards Wedding. After 2 km turn right onto Müllerstraße (B96). Continue for 2 km along into Chausseestraße and then after 1.7 km turn left into Torstraße. Then continue straight on along Mollstraße and over the Platz der Vereinten Nationen and onto Landsberger Allee. After 3.5 km you'll come to the hotel on the right.
- Coming from Tegel airport (TXL):
At the first traffic lights turn left on to Saatwinkler Damm. Then turn left into Seestraße, which leads to Osloer Straße/Bornholmer Straße/Wisbyer Straße/Ostseestraße. Carry straight on into Michelangelo Straße and follow the road into Kniprode Straße. At the second traffic lights turn left into Storkower Straße. After the Landsberger Allee crossing you'll come to the hotel on the right.
- Coming from Schönefeld airport (SXF):
Take the B96a northbound towards Berlin. After 23.5 km turn right onto Landesberger Allee and follow the road for 800 m until you reach the hotel.
Please note: Berlin's low emissions zone (Umweltzone)
All drivers in the centre of Berlin, including drivers of foreign-registered vehicles, must acquire a low emissions sign (Umweltplakette) and display it on the windscreen.
The hotel team will be happy to give you directions for getting to the hotel without entering the low emissions zone. Just ask the concierge. Alternatively, you can order your low emissions sign easily online.
Vienna House Andel’s Berlin has 550 parking spaces in its underground car park. € 18 per day.
Driving an electric vehicle?
Charge your car for free at one of the hotel's three charging points. If you have any questions, just ask the concierge.
Tip: Park & ride at Vienna House Andel’s Berlin. If you're going away on a trip, you can park your car at favourable rates in the hotel's underground car park and then travel to the airport via public transport.
Via personal transfer
For a stress-free journey to or from the hotel, ask the concierge to organise a personal transfer for you.
- SSE – Europe's largest swimming & diving pool: 100 m
- Berlin Velodrome: 100 m
- Landsberger Allee S-Bahn station: 100 m
- City centre east/Alexanderplatz: 3.3 km
- Hauptbahnhof station: 6.8 km
- City centre west/Kurfürstendamm: 10.3 km
- Tegel airport: 13.5 km
- Berlin Messe: 13.7 km
- Schönefeld airport: 21.3 km
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