Hotel accommodation near Tulip Inn Frankfurter Tor Berlin - Berlin Germany

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Tulip Inn Frankfurter Tor Berlin

General Description Tulip Inn Berlin Frankfurter Tor is a modern city hotel located on the Frankfurter Allee close to Alexanderplatz with various historical attractions. The underground station Samariterstrasse opposite the hotel allows direct access to the exhibition centre and the city centre. All 120 guest rooms have bath-shower, WC, minibar, TV with Premiere, radio, telephone and fax-modem connections. Enjoy your meal on one of the three gourmet restaurants Bauernl?mmel, Sala Thai, Casa Toscana, which are available in the covered inner courtyard of the Plaza. A warm welcome awaits you at our bar Friedrichshain. Our conference room offers space for up to 20 people as well as daylight and standard equipment. It is ideal for many occasions. Excellent public transport facilities so that you can explore Berlin, both ancient and modern. Attractions Adagio: This night club has become an established institution in Berlin???s nightlif, and perhaps the most attractive venue in town. Clubbers, party animals and night owls feel right at home here. Enjoy the casual atmosphere at our bars. Alexanderplatz: Alexanderplatz, or "Alex" for short, is still a centre of Berlin. Alexanderplatz was named after the Russian Czar Alexander I., who visited Berlin in 1805. At the time, it was a market and parade ground before the gates of Berlin. Aquarium: Right next to the zoo entrance, the Aquarium boasts many freshwater and salt water animals as well as crocodiles, insects and spiders. Badeschiff: Under a futuristic seeming roof (only winters) which stretches like a caterpillar about bar and swimming-pool can relax guest with 25 degrees. Farther 2 saunas, 1 bar as well as 24 degrees warm water of the bath ship are available. Berliner Dom: The Berlin cathedral is on the Spreeinsel and is a Protestant cathedral according to the model of the Pertersdom in Rome. The current church building with its powerful dome comes from 1894 - in 1905. Brandenburger Tor: As the symbol of the city it was for a long time also a symbol of the partition of Germany. Located on Pariser Platz it is the most important classical building. After reunification the Gate was opened and is now freely accessible for visitors. Checkpoint Charlie: Checkpoint Charlie was the most famous border crossing in Berlin near the Glienicker bridge. The atmosphere of the cold war was to be as to felt to no other place as here.Only an imitation of the awake hut reminds of this frosty joint of the cold war Deutscher Dom: The designation cathedral donates here, however, confusion, because the building never had a religious function. Rather the term refers to the architectural form on the tower building with the dome. East-Side-Gallery: The East-Side-Gallery is the longest monument for peace and reconciliation in Berlin. In 1990, after the division of Berlin had come to an end, countless artists from all over the world painted the dreary 1.3 kilometer long wall. Europa Center: The Europe Centra became a symbol of West Berlin because of the revolving Mercedes star on the roof it is also known as the i-Punkt (the dot on the i). The 22-storey tower block is the dominant urban design element in the West Berlin city centre. Fernsehturm: The TV-Tower, 368m high (higher than the Eiffel Tower at 320m), symbol of East Berlin, was based on an idea by H. Henselmann. The viewing platform is at a height of 203m. Above this there is a revolving cafe. Friedrichstadtpalast: Founded by Max Reinhardt and Eric Charell in the Roaring Twenties the Friedrichstadtpalast is a landmark of Berlin. Here Marlene Dietrich made her revue stage debut. Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong are just a few stars who have performed here. Friedrichstrasse: The youngest shopping mile of Berlin calls Friedrichstrasse. The 3.3 kilometers long dead-straight north south axis experienced an unusual rebirth after the fall of the Wall. Fritzclub: The Fritzclub in co-operation with the radio station of the same name presents unusual programs. Live music with smaller bands and unknown plays get here in pleasant ambiance own lobby. Funkturm: The Funkturm, 150 metres high, is very popular among Berliners called the Langer Lulatsch (Beanpole). It was officially opened in 1926 at the Third Radio Exhibition. Gedaechtniskirche: The ruins of the spire ot the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedachtniskirche were not restored and left as a memorial to the Second World War. The church was built from 1891-95 by Kaiser Wilhelm II. as a memorial to his grandfather. Gendarmenmarkt: The gendarme's market belongs unambiguously to the most beautiful places of Berlin. It is controlled, first of all, by three monumental buildings: to the German cathedral, the French cathedral and the theatre. Hackesche Hoefe: The environment of the Hackeschen courts is connected like the whole shaving duration suburb on closest with the history and the destiny of the Berlin Jews. Freshly redeveloped, the Hackeschen courts are at present one of the most alive places. Hauptbahnhof: The building of the new central railway station is the most spectacular architecture project in Berlin. In May, 2006, to the FIFA football world championship Germany in 2006, the biggest interchange station of Europe was finished. ICC Berlin: ICC is a part of Berlins trade fair grounds. The modern machinelike Kongresshalle was opened in 1979. It largest hall can seat 5000 persons. The building is 320 metres long, 80 metres wide and 40 metres high and is connected to the exhibition hall. KADEWE: Berlin would be unimaginable without the Departament Store of the West (Kaufhaus des Westens). The largest department store on the European continent is more than a well-stocked shopping paradise: KaDeWe is a legend. Kongresshalle: The Kongresshalle, nicknamed Schwangere Auster (Pregnant Oyster) because of its suspended ached roof, was a gift from the Americans. It was handed over at the International Building Exhibition. Max Schmeling Halle: Mega stars from the music branch, top athletes and international sizes of the show business care in the Max Schmeling hall for entertaining hours and unforgettable experiences. Museumsinsel: One of the most superb museum complexes in all of Europe lies on the north point of the Spree island in the center of the city. Here you can visit Bode Museum, Old National Galery, Pergamonmuseum, Altes Museum. Neue Nationalgalerie: The 8.50 meter high hall, constructs under the biggest cantilever steel plate of the world (inside two not carrying installation shafts), stands on a stone terrace under which the real museum projectile is. Nikolaiviertel: Behind the Rathaus, extending towards the River Spree, is the Nikolaiviertel, Berlin???s oldest district with numerous cafe???s and restaurants Olympiastadion: The stadium is 300m long and 230m wide and not very high. It is an architectural masterpiece. Philharmonie: The building housed the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra with its chief conductor Herbert von Karajan, and thus became known as Karajans circus. It was built from 1960-63. The Kammermusiksaal was not opened unti the ???80s. Potsdamer Platz: The square gained new significance in the wake of reunification and became new Europe???s largest construction site. Such global firms as Daimler-Benz, Sony and Asea Brown Boveri had a new urban ensemble of office buildings, apartments a.s.o. Potsdamer Platz Arkaden: The new Potsdamer Platz Arkaden is the largest shopping centre around the Potsdamer Platz. Reichstag: It was erected between 1884 and 1894 in the Italien High Renaissance style. After reunification of th two German states resumed its sessions in its new convention hall after it was massively extended and redesigned. An imposing feature is the cupola. Restaurants Nearby: Enjoy your meal on one of the three gourmet restaurants Bauernlummel, Sala Thai, Casa Toscana which are available in the roofed-over inner courtyard of the Plaza. A warm welcome awaits you at our bar Friedrichshain. Ringcenter: The Ringcenter is the largest shopping center in direct surroundings of the hotel. Rotes Rathaus: The red town hall, so called because of the colour of the building material. During the GDR period the building was used by the government (Council of Ministers), and it is now again used by the Berlin Senate. Schauspielhaus: After the devastation in the Second World War the building was reopened completely rekonstuiert and as a concert hall in 1984. Schloss Bellevue: After the Second World War the Schloss Bellevue was restored by 1959 as the offical residence of the President of the Frederal Republic of Germany. Schloss Charlottenburg: Schloss Charlottenburg itself was the summer residence of the Prussian kings. Together with the guard barracks opposite it is one of the museum centres in West Berlin. Siegessaule: In the centre of Grosser Stern is the Siegessaule, 67m high, which was erected in 1873 on the old K???nigsplatz as a memorial. At the feet of the 8m high Goddess of Victory, who the Berliners call Gold-Else, there is a magnificant panoramic view. Staatsoper Berlin: Who experiences an opera evening, comes not only to the pleasure of a performance of the traditionally excellently occupied ensemble, but has at the same time the opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful opera houses of the world. Theater des Westens: The Theater des Westens in Kantstrasse opened in 1896 to stage mainly light entertainment. It is still one of the leading theatres for musicals in Germany. Tiergarten: Tiergarten used to be the Electors hunting grounds, stretching across both sides of the street. After the Second World War it supplied wood for the freezing people of Berlin. Tierpark Berlin: In Berlin there are several oases of the rest and peace. One is of it the zoo Friedrichsfelde with the castle of the same name. On about 160 ha of surface one finds a landscape zoo with about 8.700 animals. Velodrom: The velodrom is the biggest event hall in berlin.Heretop events from sport,concert and show arae take place. Zoologischer Garten: It is Germany???s oldest zoo, opened in 1844 and one of the largest in Europe. One of the two entrances is the beautiful Elephantentor. It is one of the zoos with the greatest variety of species in the world
Frankfurterallee 73a
Hotel Facilities
Business Center, High-speed Internet, Fitness Room/Gym, Restaurant,
Parking, Pet Friendly, Disabled Access, Concierge, Tour Desk, Bar / Lounge,
Elevator / Lift, 24 Hour Reception, Babysitting / Child Services, Air
Conditioned, Non-Smoking Rooms, Banquet Facilities, Conference Room(s),
Currency Exchange, Multilingual Staff, Safe-Deposit Box, Mini Bar, Cable /
Satellite TV, Bath / Hot Tub, Wake-up Service, Meeting Rooms, Hair Dryer,
TV, Laundry service, Desk, Direct dial phone, Shower
Price (approx.)
EUR 40.00



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