WELCOME TO CITY WEST
Berlin has a big city vibe and boasts multicultural flair, with magnificent buildings like Brandenburg Gate or the Reichstag and a fascinating theatre, arts and cultural scene. The exciting area known as City West includes the localities of Charlottenburg, Schöneberg, Wilmersdorf and Tiergarten. Formerly known as Neuer Westen (“New West”), this part of Berlin today is one of the city’s trendiest and most luxurious shopping paradises.
The exact location
Vienna Townhouse Berlin is located in Berlin’s Charlottenburg district in the immediate vicinity of the Ku’damm (Kurfürstendamm), one the most famous avenues in Berlin. A home away from home as you discover the city? The main train station is just 4 km, the airport about 7 km away. A fan of the theatrical arts? Then you should visit the historic Renaissance Theater, only four minutes from the apartment house.
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RENAISSANCE THEATER – CULTURE DELUXE
Europe’s only fully preserved Art Deco theatre is a jewel of architectural design, a real eyecatcher, and Berlin’s go-to venue for internationally acclaimed playwrights whose works have conquered the stages of the world from New York and London to Paris and Amsterdam. Here prominent performers shine in leading roles with guest performances and readings, and it is not uncommon for a piece to have its German premiere at the Renaissance Theater.Read more
BERLIN – SHOPPING
Take a stroll and press your nose against all the lavishly decorated shop windows. If you love to shop, then the area around Kurfürstendamm, Schlüterstraße, Kantstraße and Tauentzienstraße is like heaven on earth.
Visit the famous KaDeWe department store, the Europa-Center shopping mall, the stylish design centre stilwerk Berlin, the iconic delicatessen Rogacki, the chic boutiques at Savignyplatz or the little concept stores and specialty shops in beautiful Leonhardtstraße.
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The nightlife in Charlottenburg is glamorous and knows no closing times. A second small vodka breakfast at Schwarzes Café, a draught beer at the iconic artist pub Diener, or a martini with celebrity spotting at Paris Bar – no matter where you go, the motto is: see and be seen!
- From Berlin Tegel (TXL):
Take bus line X9 in the direction of “S+U Zoologischer Garten” and get off at “U Ernst-Reuter-Platz”. Change to bus 245 in the direction of “S+U Zoologischer Garten” and get off one stop later at “Steinplatz”. From here, Vienna Townhouse Berlin is just four minutes away on foot.
(Travel time: approx. 60 min., price bus: approx. EUR 2,80*)
- From Berlin Schönefeld (SXF):
Take regional train RE7 in the direction of Dessau Hauptbahnhof and get off at the station “S + U Zoologischer Garten”. From here, it is just a 12-minute walk to Vienna Townhouse Berlin.
(Travel time: approx. 47 min., price train: approx. EUR 3.40*)
Plan your arrival by public transport.
*The prices shown are approximate.
- From the main station:
Take the S7 train in the direction of Potsdam-Hauptbahnhof and get off at the station “S+U Zoologischer Garten”. From there, it’s just a 12-minute walk to Vienna Townhouse Berlin.
(Price train/bus: approx. EUR 2.80*)
- From Ostbahnhof station:
Take the S9 train in the direction of Spandau and get off at the station “S+U Zoologischer Garten”. Then take bus line M45 in the direction of Spandau-Johannesstift and get off at “Steinplatz”. From here, Vienna Townhouse Berlin is just four minutes away on foot.
(Price train/bus: approx. EUR 2.80*)
Plan your arrival by train and public transport.
*The prices shown are approximate.
Coming from the south and west:
Coming from Munich/Leipzig, take the A9 to Berlin, continue on the A115 and the A100 city motorway and exit at “Kaiserdamm”. Then follow the B2 along Bismarckstraße in the direction of Ernst-Reuter-Platz. Take the first exit on the right via Hardenbergstraße, turn right onto Steinplatz and right again into Goethestraße. The apartment house will be on the right.
- Coming from the north:
Coming from Hamburg/Rostock, take the A11/A24 towards Berlin. Continue along the A100 city motorway and exit at “Kaiserdamm”. Then follow the B2 along Bismarckstraße in the direction of Ernst-Reuter-Platz. Take the first exit on the right via Hardenbergstraße, turn right onto Steinplatz and right again into Goethestraße. The apartment house will be on the right.
- Coming from Berlin Tegel (TXL):
Take the A111 towards Dresden/Magdeburg/Leipzig/Zentrum and change to the A100. Exist at “Spandauer Damm” and follow this road until you turn right into Otto-Suhr-Allee. Follow Otto-Suhr-Allee to Ernst-Reuter-Platz. Take the second exit on the right into Hardenbergstraße, turn right onto Steinplatz and right again into Goethestraße. The apartment house will be on the right.
- Coming from Schönefeld (SXF):
Head north on the A113 towards Berlin-Zentrum. Change to the A100 and take exit 16 “Wexstraße” towards the city centre (“Zentrum”). After 500 meters, turn right onto Bundesplatz and again slightly right into Bundesallee. Go straight ahead and follow the road until it turns into Joachimstaler Straße. After approx. 750 m, turn left into Hardenbergstraße, left again onto Steinplatz and right into Goethestraße. The apartment house will be on the right.
Note: Berlin’s Environmental Zone
All drivers entering the city centre (this also applies to foreign vehicles) must purchase an “environmental badge” to be affixed in a visible location on the inside of the windscreen. Want to know how to reach the apartments without crossing the environmental zone? Just ask the portier. The environmental badge can be ordered online.
There are eight parking spaces available in the underground car park of Vienna Townhouse Berlin. Parking reservations are not possible due to the low capacity. The fee for a space is EUR 18/day.
- Renaissance Theater: 300 m
- City West Centre/Kurfürstendamm: 1.7 km
- S+U Bahnhof Zoologischer Garten: 550 m
- City East Centre/Alexanderplatz: 7 km
- Main station: 4.2 km
- Berlin Tegel Airport: 7 km
- Messe Berlin trade fair: 4.4 km
- Berlin Schönefeld Airport: 21,3 km
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