HYPERION Hotel Berlin in the western heart of the city

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HYPERION Hotel Berlin

Memorial Church on Kurfürstendamm - HYPERION Hotel Berlin

close to Kurfürstendamm

The western center of Berlin around Kurfürstendamm. German history has meant that Berlin has a large main center in both the west and the east. This is located in the western part of the city around Kurfürstendamm and Zoologischer Garten station, while Alexanderplatz, Friedrichstraße and Hackesche Höfe form the center in the eastern part. The HYPERION Hotel Berlin is located near the Kurfürstendamm and thus in the western center of Berlin, which residents and visitors like to visit for shopping.

Guests of the HYPERION Hotel Berlin are advised to leave their cars in the hotel parking lot during their stay and use the excellent public transportation system within the city.

Berlin subway - HYPERION Hotel Berlin

Explore Berlin by bus & train

Zoologischer Garten station, where regional trains and S-Bahn trains stop, is just a few minutes' walk away. From there, public transportation runs to all parts of the city. The exhibition grounds and the airport are also connected to the station. There is a bus station in front of the station building. Subway trains run from Zoologischer Garten and Kurfürstendamm stations.

The connection between the western and eastern parts of Berlin city center is not only by train, but also by bus. These run past the most famous Berlin sights.

Culture in Berlin

Berlin is more a part of the world than a city.
Jean Paul
Blue Man Group - HYPERION Hotel Berlin


The city of Berlin has a lot to offer. Musicals are wonderful events that regularly take place in Berlin at the Friedrichstadtpalast. Europe's largest revue theater also performs musicals, but there are other theaters and stages that attract lovers of musicals to the capital. The "Blue Man Group" attracts countless visitors to Potsdamer Platz to experience the musical in Berlin.

Image: © Stage Entertainment

Brandenburg Gate - HYPERION Hotel Berlin

Brandenburg Gate

Hardly any other monument in Berlin has become as much of a German symbol as the Brandenburg Gate. Built between 1788 and 1791 at the behest of King Frederick William II, the gate is probably the most important sight not only in the German capital, but in the whole of Germany. The six columns of the 26-metre-high sandstone building with its five arches are somewhat reminiscent of the Acropolis in Athens. At the top of the gate is the quadriga, dating from 1793, which depicts a team of four driven by the Greek goddess of victory, Nike.

Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church - HYPERION Hotel Berlin

Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

A ruined building in the middle of Berlin is probably Berlin's most famous landmark. The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church was almost razed to the ground during bombing raids in 1943. Only the remains of the former 113-meter-high tower were preserved. The Senate decided against restoration in order to erect a memorial against war and destruction.Inside the remaining tower, there are numerous murals and mosaics that still give an idea of the former splendor of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. The adjacent modern church building with its hexagonal bell tower was erected in 1961.

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