Eating makes people happy. So why not treat yourself to something tasty? Cana, our in-house restaurant, serves delicious Oriental-Arabic food. And if you do feel like eating out, we’ll gladly show you all the city’s best spots. Fancy a drink instead? Then why not spend the evening in our hotel bar, where our award-winning bartender Chris ‘Chrizz’ Korder and his creations await you. Your taste buds are in for a treat.
Your apartment hotel in Berlin
Just a short walk from the Berlin Stadtschloss/Humboldt Forum away, located directly on Berlin’s Museum Island, our apartment hotel is the ideal base for your city trip. Directly in front of our Living Hotel you will find the U2 station Märkisches Museum, from where you can explore the entire city area, from Prenzlauer Berg to the Zoological Garden. You can reach Alexanderplatz and the Fernsehturm within just one subway stop. Or you can explore the area on foot, for example the historic harbor 300 meters away. Are you planning a longstay? It’s also our insider tip for Berlin apartments to rent long term if business travel is bringing you to this cosmopolitan city. Whether you’re in town for a while or just a couple of days, we’ll work around your routine and make it our own. Book somewhere you can truly live. Discover Berlin, right on the doorstep of your hotel. Bask in our lobby’s impressive ambiance, watched over by none other than the Kurfürst himself. Get ready for an unforgettable stay in one of the most vibrant cities in the world at the Living Hotel Grosser Kurfürst Berlin. The perfect mix of conventional hotel rooms and comfortable serviced apartments, and the great location of our Berlin city hotel, are sure to impress. Alexanderplatz, Friedrichstrasse, Berlin State Library and numerous bars, restaurants and clubs: all of Berlin’s most visited places are near to our hotel in Berlin, making it the perfect choice for both city breaks and business trips.
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