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Street sculpture in Berlin

Street sculpture in Berlin

Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the city has become a constantly transforming being. If the features of the city scape today were treasures laid out in a box, they would make for a […]

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A Tyrannosaurus Rex moves to Berlin

A Tyrannosaurus Rex moves to Berlin

Berlin gained its oldest and most highly anticipated resident last month, when the 66 million year old skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus Rex named Tristan Otto moved into the Naturkundemuseum. Expected to be on display for […]

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Faces of Berlin: Alexander von Humboldt

Faces of Berlin: Alexander von Humboldt

As part of our redesign in 2014, the hotel’s architect Jan Kleihues, designed the ‘Faces of Berlin’. This concept celebrates some of Berlin’s most beloved personalities in feature walls through the hotel and every month we present […]

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Faces of Berlin: Else ‘Yva’ Ernestine Neuländer-Simon

Faces of Berlin: Else ‘Yva’ Ernestine Neuländer-Simon

As part of our redesign in 2014, the hotel’s architect Jan Kleihues, designed the ‘Faces of Berlin’. This concept celebrates some of Berlin’s most beloved personalities in feature walls through the hotel and every month we present […]

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Christmas Market Season

Christmas Market Season

Christmas or ‘Weinacht’ is a busy and exciting time and this is especially the case in Germany when the famous Christmas markets pop up in village and city squares all over the country. Berlin is […]

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Autumn in the Parks

Autumn in the Parks

The German language is constantly fascinating, especially when words are mashed together to make one word that describes a whole process or activity. Take ‘Herbstspatziergang’ for example or ‘going out for an autumn walk’ in […]

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