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“WELCOME to the Holiday Inn Garden Court Berlin-Kurfuerstendamm!”“The 4 star garni hotel is excellently situated in the heart of Berlin, at the boulevard K
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“Welcome to Holiday Berlin-Mitte”“The comfortable 4- Star-Hotel is central located to the New City Centre of Berlin. In wal
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“Welcome. You will feel at home in the HOLIDAY INN DRESDEN!”“Within just a few minutes you can reach our business and conference hotel from the motorw
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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Berlin, Germany!

Germany's capital of Berlin revels in a modern, vibrant economy. Despite large scale destruction endured during World War II, modern Berlin survives as a leading European cultural center, with museums, historic sites, and landmark war reminders along with shopping malls, tranquil city center parks and a multitude of restaurants, cafés and beer-gardens between Havel and Mueggelsee. Five museums on the Museumsinsel (Museum Island), built between 1824 and 1930, are now a World Heritage site. Pergamon Museum houses spectacular archaeological antiquities including the huge altar of Zeuss and Babylon's famed Ishtar Gate. Berlin Cathedral, built as the court church for Germany's Imperial family, has reopened. Conclusion of the cold war led to restoration of Brandenburg Gate, the majestic arch once symbolizing division between East and West. Other oft-photographed sites include Checkpoint Charlie, the former border crossing where Russian and American tanks faced off. Reichstag, built from 1884 to 1894 to house state parliament, underwent renovations in the 1990s with the glass dome now a major landmark. Formal gardens surround Charlottenburg Palace, Germany's oldest surviving Prussian Palace. The former East Berlin showcases the East Side Wall Gallery, State Library, Humboldt University, and the tree-lined Unter der Linden. The western sector, including the heart of Berlin, awaits with the Victory Column, Bellevue Palace, Congress Hall, and the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. The Nikolai Quarter is home to the Red Town Hall. Among newer Berlin attractions is the Jewish Museum, designed by Daniel Libeskind, and completed in 1999 with spiraling walls, sloping floors, and a windowless Holocaust Tower. Berlin, crisscrossed with canals and the Spree River, has boat tours with glimpses of Museum Island, the Berlin Cathedral, the Reichstag and Berlin's new government quarter.

We have organized our listings of Berlin's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Berlin area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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Hotels centrally located in the Tiergarten and Kurfürstendamm areas, near the zoo among other landmarks.
Hotels located in the areas of Charlottenburg and Kurfürstendamm, one of Berlins major shopping areas.
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Hotels within the metropolitan Berlin area.
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Hotels in communities surrounding the Greater Berlin area, including Cottbus, Wandlitz, Dresden, Leipzig and others.
The Mitte District (Central District) was rebuilt as the centre of the new East Berlin and houses many hotels and attractions.

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Area Facts: Berlin's most famous landmark is the Berlin Wall. The 'iron curtain', as it was known, divided the city in two during the period from 1961 to 1989. After its fall this city has experienced a second ‘Gründerzeit' (economic revival). The international dialing code for Germany is 49. The city code for Berlin is 30.

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