Aparthotel in Berlin
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As its name suggests the Berlin Kurfürstendamm is situated just a short walk from the famous Avenue in the German capital and has 132 well-furnished studios and apartments with a living room, work space and fully equipped kitchen to provide you with all the comforts for a city break to Berlin or pleasant stay.
There is a choice of a studio apartment for 2 people or a two room apartment for 4 people. The studio apartments have two sofa beds and the two room apartments have a sofa bed and a choice of either a double bed or two singles. The apartments are fully equipped with all the comforts of home such as a television and telephone, so it is easy to stay for a long time. For those times when you feel like a snack there is even a vending machine for sandwiches and drinks and your car will be safely stowed for the night in the private covered parking. The hotel also offers a range of services including breakfast and internet access plus a meeting room. Perfect for either a long-term let, a long weekend, or a short business trip, whatever your reason for visiting Berlin, the Aparthotel in Kurfürstendamm is the perfect place to stay.
The Heart of Germany
Berlin, the capital since the unification of East and West Germany in 1990, is a world centre for politics, culture, science and media. The Aparthotel in Berlin is located just a few steps from the famous 3.5 km long Kurfürstendamm, which has been nicknamed the German Champs Elysee. Berlin is a city of contrasts, between the old architecture, such as the Charlottenburg Palace, which was originally just meant to be a small garden castle for Sophie Charlotte, the wife of Elector Friedrich III, but turned into Berlin's most magnificent palace, and the stunning new buildings, like the Sony Centre. Must see tourist attractions include Gendarmenmarkt, a beautiful square that includes both the French and the German cathedral as well as the Concert House. Of course, no visit to Berlin would be complete without a visit to the Brandenburg Gate which has now come to symbolise German unity. The gate, made of sandstone is one of the finest examples of German classicism. The Reichstag, the home of the German parliament, was redesigned by the English architect, Sir Norman Foster and its glass dome has now become one of Berlin's landmarks. Potzdamer Platz is one of the most important new squares in Berlin and features the famous Wertheim department store as well as numerous shops, hotels and restaurants.