Design Hotel Berlin
Welcome to the city of a thousand faces! Crooked houses in small back courtyards, stately buildings next to multicultural weekly markets, trendy designer shops, classy restaurants, random galleries and countless museums, theatres and cabarets all combine to make up this fascinating city that attracts visitors from all around the globe.??Visitors are spoiled for choice making it difficult to decide just where to begin... Spend your morning in the "Jewish Museum", pop to the Reichstag after lunch, and if you're lucky and manage to beat the random door policy, spend your evening in the "Berghain" – reputedly one of the hardest nightclubs in Berlin to get into. It is the juxtaposition of contrasts that makes Berlin such an exciting city full of surprises. ?You will be pleased to know, however, that there will be no surprises when you stay in one of our eight Motel One design hotels. Whichever Motel One hotel you choose, you can be assured of the same good value and excellent standards of service and quality. ?Our Motel One hotels offer an inspired fusion of classic elegance and contemporary style. Experience our warm welcome in the One Lounge, relax and recuperate from a day's sightseeing in one of our stylish and functional rooms and enjoy a fresh and varied buffet breakfast that will put a spring in the step of even the most reluctant early riser! ?And if there's anything we've overlooked, feel free to speak to our service personnel who are there to make your stay as memorable as possible.??Back out on the streets of Berlin, don't miss the masterpiece that is the Sony Centre, with its "cyberpunk corporate urban (futuristic)" aesthetic (Suzuki, David (2003). Good News for a Change:How Everyday People Are Helping the Planet). The complex of seven buildings made of steel and glass was created by the German born architect, Helmut Jahn and erected for 600 million EUR on Berlin's Potsdamer Platz. Completed in 2000, the spectacular tent roof looks quite otherworldly when it glows silver-blue and magenta at night. ? Berlin's Potsdamer Platz is one of the most striking examples of the urban renewal that has helped transformed the city into the "new Berlin". ?Once part of the dormant wasteland where the Berlin wall stood, the area is now a lively hub at the heart of the city with state-of-the-art architecture and a vibrant leisure mile offering giant 3-D cinemas, theatres and international cuisine. Take the opportunity to visit the "BORCHERT" – arguably one of Germany's most important restaurants, where the city's elite and luminaries from the worlds of art, entertainment, fashion, business and politics meet to power-dine. ?Our cheap Motel One Design hotels located close to the city centre are the perfect base for you to discover Berlin and explore the very many facets of this fascinating city.