The H4 Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz.
Welcome to the Fernsehturm
Experience one of the city’s most important meeting points and discover the historical heart of Berlin at the same time. During your stay, the H4 Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz will pamper you with luxury.
Relax in one of our 336 rooms and suites, equipped with workstation, high-speed internet access inclusive, air conditioning, laptop-sized safe, flat screen TV, and bright, modern bathrooms.
Welcome to our H4 Hotel in Berlin
Our hotel rooms
Room example of the Suite
- approx. 50 m2
- Separate living and sleeping areas
- Living room with sitting area and work area
- Coffee and tea making facilities
- Individually adjustable air conditioning system
- Direct-dial telephone
- Safe suitable for a laptop
- Internet access inclusive
- Sky Sport inclusive
- 2 large flat-screen televisions
- Free access to our Executive Lounge
- Rainforest shower
- Large bathroom with 2 washbasins
- Underfloor heating
- Toiletries & Hairdryer
- Make-up mirror
- Additional guest WC
Restaurant and hotel bar at the H4 Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz
Kick-start your day with our fresh, aromatic coffee and richly varied breakfast buffet. For lunch and dinner, give your tastebuds a culinary treat with regional and international specialities, freshly prepared by our kitchen team.
Whether you prefer a simple, rustic style or something more elegant - we have the right ambience to suit every mood: Our restaurant team will tend to your every need in our “Gaumenfreund” restaurant, the cosy fireplace room, or in the hotel’s rustic bar, “Destille”.» Continue to gastronomy
Conferences at the H4 Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz
Events in the heart of Alexanderplatz
Experience a seminar, a conference, or a product presentation in high quality. The H4 Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz offers the perfect city-centre location, with direct connections to train stations and airports, and a spacious events area over 1,600 sqm.» To the meeting area
Places of interest near the H4 Hotel Berlin
Located between Alexanderplatz and the main train station are the Hackesche Höfe, a collection of picturesque buildings and dreamy courtyards that you would hardly expect to find in central Berlin.
The beautifully restored buildings now house a variety of businesses, shops, and cultural institutions, and some are even residential. This charming patchwork has become a fashionable meeting place, providing the perfect starting point for night owls as well as shoppers who prefer to avoid the mainstream.
The new Friedrichstadt-Palast opened its doors in 1984 and presents an ever-changing programme of world-renowned shows. It is not just artists who hold events here, but also politicians and dignitaries.
The Friedrichstadt-Palast has almost 2000 seats and is Europe’s largest revue theatre. The shows here are not run-of-the-mill musicals or plays, but revue performances with acrobatic and balletic elements. Although these days they come in modern guise complete with up-to-date-technology, they still have a hint of the Golden Twenties about them.
The Alexa shopping centre is located right on Alexanderplatz, standing out thanks to its red facade.
Inside the Alexa are five floors of everything your heart desires. Six days a week, around 180 shops offer everything from fashion and technology to lifestyle goods and accessories, and naturally your physical well-being is also taken care of. It is not just the size of the Alexa that makes an impression, but also its diversity. Here, no wish remains unfulfilled.
Royal pomp and imperial splendour await visitors to Charlottenburg Palace, located in the heart of Berlin. The palace owes its name to the first Queen of Prussia, Sophie Charlotte, who ordered its construction at the end of the 17th century.
Later monarchs, such as Frederick the Great, further expanded and rebuilt the palace complex, with every inhabitant leaving their own personal stamp. Today, you can also admire various valuable works of art and the Hohenzollern crown jewels.
Not only is Alexanderplatz Berlin’s most famous square, it is also the largest. It was named after the Russian Tsar Alexander’s visit to the city, and is known by locals simply as “Alex”. The square was once a major transport junction next to the Wall. Today, it is closed to traffic and invites visitors to stroll past the various shops now found here. Also, make sure to take a look at the extraordinary World Clock. And if you’re not afraid of heights, head up the Fernsehturm (TV tower) for views of Berlin from above.
East Side Gallery
It sounds like an art museum, but the East Side Gallery is more than just a museum, and quite unlike any other gallery.
Stretching over 1,316 metres, it is now the longest remaining continuous piece of the Berlin Wall. When the Wall fell in 1990, more than one hundred artists set out to transform this part of it into a work of art and a memorial piece. Here in the open air, you can see an artistic take on issues surrounding the fall of the Wall and German reunification.