At the H4 Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz,...
...you’ll be staying at a location that is right in tune with the latest developments in Germany’s capital.
Our H4 Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz (former Ramada Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz) is situated right at the beating heart of the German capital in a location steeped in history that was once divided by the vast Berlin Wall. In the immediate vicinity are the 368-metre-tall TV tower and the ultra-modern Alexa shopping centre with its enormous model railway, gastronomic facilities and world-famous fashion shops. Berlin Tegel airport is approximately eleven kilometres away. You can reach the Bahnhof Zoo railway station with its various connections to the surrounding towns and cities in approximately 16 minutes with the S-Bahn (city and suburban railway). Berlin Schönefeld airport is just under 29 minutes’ drive away.
Sightseeing attractions around the H4 Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz
With public transport such as the bus, S-Bahn (city and suburban railway) and U-Bahn (underground railway), you can conveniently reach Berlin’s main attractions, such as the Reichstag building, the Brandenburg Gate or the Victory Column on the Straße des 17. Juni. On the “Unter den Linden” boulevard, you will meet world-famous figures, such as Katy Perry, Cristiano Ronaldo or Nelson Mandela, in the Madame Tussauds waxwork museum.
Berlin’s liveliest street delights with its unusual street performers, cosy cafés and large selection of restaurants. Less than 20 minutes’ walk from our hotel is Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Here you can see monuments such as the time-honoured Berlin Cathedral, which is the largest church in Berlin, the Monbijou Bridge over the River Spree, the “Alte Nationalgalerie” art gallery by Friedrich August Stüler, the Neues Museum and the Pergamon Museum with its monumental altar.
Popular excursion destinations in and around Berlin
Be sure to make an excursion to the Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam. The former summer residence of Frederick William II has extensive grounds, impressive vineyard terraces and is home to Frederick William II’s last resting place.
If you are bringing children along, you might like to visit the Berlin Zoo, which is Germany’s oldest zoo, the Wild West town of El Dorado in Templin, the Scharmützelbob summer toboggan run located 70 km away or the AquaDom & Sea Life aquarium with over 5000 unusual inhabitants from the vast seas of our continent.