Charme & Elegance
The Hyperion Hotel Berlin offers exclusive accommodation in the heart of Berlin. Choose from a selection of spacious and elegantly furnished rooms and suites, and relax after an eventful day in the capital.» Show rooms
A taste of Berlin
To enable you to enjoy your stay in the capital with all your senses, our kitchen team will conjure up a range of Berlin classic dishes. International pan-cooked and grilled dishes and a fine selection of beers and wines round off our culinary offer.» To the gastronomy
Healthy & active
The neighbouring ELIXIA Vitalclub offers plenty of leisure opportunities in a spacious fitness and spa area spread out over approximately 4,800 sqm, including a private pool.
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In the Berlin Philharmonie, music and architecture go hand-in-hand. It is not only the world’s most famous musicians who enter here - the building’s construction is also a treat for lovers of modern architecture. The building has formed part of Berlin’s Kulturforum since 1963.
The arrangement of audience seating surrounding a central stage is considered pioneering in modern concert hall construction. Apart from enjoying performances and rehearsals, visitors can join guided tours through the vast halls and extensive collection of musical instruments.
German Museum of Technology Berlin
Even from a distance, the German Museum of Technology in Berlin is a spectacular sight: a “candy bomber” appears to fly above the building, welcoming visitors inside. Over more than 25,000 square metres, over 100 collections on various technical issues are displayed.
The German Museum of Technology enchants explorers, technology lovers, and fans of rail and naval transport alike. In addition to the permanent exhibitions on “Aerospace”, “Rail transport”, “Naval transport” and “Production techniques”, the museum consistently surprises visitors with temporary displays presenting old and new technological achievements.
KaDeWe – the Kaufhaus des Westens
There is hardly a more famous department store that the “Kaufhaus des Westens” in Berlin, lovingly known as the KaDeWe. The department store was founded in Tauentzienstraße in 1907, where to this day it attracts customers from around the world with its wide range of goods of all kinds.
Spread over eight floors and a total of 60,000 square metres, customers will find whatever their heart desires - from cutting edge fashion and luxury jewellery to the finest delicacies from around the world. The gourmet food hall offers you the chance to try a range of exotic delicacies for yourself.
The Reichstag as the seat of the Federal Government
The Reichstag is the everyday abbreviation for the “Reichstag Building”, where the German Bundestag has convened since 1994. It was built between 1884 and 1894. The dome, today one of Berlin’s most famous landmarks, was only built during the renovation after German reunification.
For security reasons, you must book in advance to go on a guided tour of the Reichstag. You also need to book to visit the dome, although if there is space you can do this up to two hours before the tour.
Berlin Wall Memorial
In the heart of Berlin lies the main memorial that recalls the once divided Germany. Along a 1,400 metre section of the former Berlin Wall, exhibits and exhibitions give an impression of the era of the Wall.
Bernauer Straße, the location of the memorial, played a particularly important role at the time the city was divided. The heart of the memorial is the last remaining piece of the Berlin Wall. The foundations of a former residential building, which formed the border until 1980, make recent German history truly palpable.
There is hardly a monument in Berlin that has become more of an iconic German symbol than the Brandenburg Gate. Built from 1788 to 1791 at the behest of King Friedrich Wilhelm II, the gate is not just one of the most important attractions in Berlin, but throughout the whole of Germany.
The six columns supporting the 26 metre high sandstone building and its five arches are somewhat reminiscent of the Acropolis in Athens. Perched on top of the gate is a quadriga dating from 1793, from which the Greek goddess of victory, Nike, is driving four horses.