Radisson Blu Hotel Berlin
Karl Liebknecht Strasse 3 Berlin, 10178 DE
Berlin Metro Area: Berlin City Centre
427 rooms, 6 floors
Perfectly located right in the heart of the German capital, directly on the river Spree and opposite the famous Berlin Cathedral. Just a few steps away you will find the world-famous art treasures of the museum island, the Boulevard Unter den Linden and the exclusive shops along the Friedrichstrasse.
Your voyage of discovery will begin in the hotel lobby with the AquaDom. Standing 25 metres high it is the worlds largest cylindrical aquarium boasting 2,500 tropical fish and 1 million litres of salt-water.
The Radisson Blu Hotel Berlin features 427 rooms and suits offering the comfort that you would expect from a 5-star hotel: LCD flat screen TV, a trouser press, air-conditioning, a laptop-size safe, a minibar and free wireless-lan and high-speed Internet access. Many rooms also have a balcony.
The restaurant HEat, with its show kitchen, offers an eclectic combination of different cooking techniques. Special features are the Indian Tandoor ovens, the Australian wood oven and the French rotisserie grill.
Relaxation can be found in the bars or the spa area Splash with pool, saunas and 24-hour fitness room, where can also be booked massages or beauty treatments.
The DomLounge - a unique event location on the top floor is featuring 5 brand new function rooms and 4 foyers with stunning views of Berlin. The conference foyer overlooking the Berlin Cathedral is the perfect entrance to the conference area with 10 meeting rooms.
(Additional fees may apply to some amenities)
- Internet Access
- Pets Welcome
- Room Service
- Fitness Facility
- Kids Welcome
- Spa Services
- Business Center
- Wheelchair Accessible
Property Has 1 Restaurants On-site
Meal Plans Available at Property -
Type of Restaurant - Full Service Restaurant
Type of Cuisine - International
Meals Served - Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner
Restaurant Description -
Restaurant HEat surprises with its open show kitchen
and large summer terrace overlooking the Berlin