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Berlin Guide or with photos for hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
Hotels
Introduction:
The order of listing is as follows: Hotels: Traditional, Trendy or Modern; SR = Single Room, DR = Double Room; Price = the most reasonable room is listed in EUR (1 Euro is about 1 Dollar) including 16% VAT; Best restaurants are also listed under Hotels 

(1) Adlon, Grand Hotel; Hotels: Traditional; In 1997, the new Hotel Adlon was inaugurated on the same site as the original renowned Grand Hotel at the Brandenburg Gate, the atmosphere captures the spirit of its legendary past, former guests include Einstein and Roosevelt, SR EUR 320-440, DR EUR 370-490, Suite EUR 650-8,500; Fax: +49-30-22612222; Unter den Linden 77; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Tube: Unter den Linden; e-mail: adlon@kempinski.com; website: www.hotel-adlon.de

(2) Art'Otel Ermelerhaus; Hotels: Trendy; With artworks from Georg Baselitz and interior design and architecture from Johanne Nalbach (choose your room color: red, green, blue or aubergine), SR/DR from EUR 128, Suite EUR 248, Restaurant 'Im Ermelerhaus' has beautiful interior (see Restaurants); Tel: +49-30-240620; Fax: +49-3024062222; Wallstrasse 70-73; 10179 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Restaurant 'Im Ermelerhaus': Tue-Sat 6pm-1am; Tube: Maerkisches Museum; e-mail: info@artotel.de; website: www.artotel.de

(3) Bleibtreu Hotel; Hotels: Trendy; A small hotel with 60 rooms located in a side street of the Kurfuerstendamm, the ecological furniture was designed exclusively for this Hotel, Bar & Restaurant and a relaxation area with steam bath and anti-stress treatments, SR EUR 117, DR EUR 175; Tel: +49-30-884740; Fax: +49-30-88474-444; Bleibtreustrasse 31; 10707 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Tube: Kurfuerstendamm; e-mail: info@bleibtreu.com; website: www.bleibtreu.com

(4) Brandenburger Hof; Hotels: Traditional; Located in a quiet side street only a few steps from the Kurfuerstendamm, the classical 'Relais & Chateaux' turn-of-the-century mansion boasts 82 stylish rooms and Suite, SR EUR 151-222, DR EUR217-253, Suite EUR 407, the Gourmet Restaurant 'Die Quadriga' has one Michelin star; Tel: +49-30-214050; Fax: +49-30-21405100; Eislebener Str. 14; 10789 Berlin-Wilmersdorf ; Open: Restaurant 'Die Quadriga': Mon-Fri from 7pm; Tube: Wittenbergplatz; e-mail: info@brandenburger-hof.com; website: www.brandenburger-hof.com

(5) Four Seasons; Hotels: Traditional; This newly built hotel has a conservative Grand Hotel interior, breakfast here is unique in Berlin, with individual three-tiered displays of different variations and no extra charge for any additional orders, SR/DR EUR 285-345, Suite EUR 380-730; Tel: +49-30-20338; Fax: +49-30-20336166; Charlottenstrasse 49; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Restaurant 'Seasons': daily 11am-11pm; Tube: Friedrichstrasse; e-mail: ber.reservation@fourseasons.com; website: www.fourseasons.com/locations/Berlin

(6) Grand Hotel Esplanade Berlin; Hotels: Modern; Spacious and decorated with contemporary German art, SR/DR EUR 170-306, Suite 320-2,000, its ship 'Esplanade' rented for special occasions (up to 120 guests, EUR 500 per hour), almost legendary 'Harry's New York Bar' and gourmet restaurant 'Harlekin'; Tel: +49-30-25478-0; Fax: +49-30-265-1171; Luetzowufer 15; 10785 Berlin ; Open: Restaurant 'Harlekin': Tue-Sat 6pm-midnight; Tube: Nollendorfplatz; e-mail: info@esplanade.de; website: www.esplanade.de

(7) Grand Hyatt Berlin; Hotels: Modern; In the heart of the new Berlin at the Potsdamer Platz, this modern design hotel is adjacent to restaurants, shopping arcades and the city's main musical theatre, spa & fitness club on top of the hotel with a splendid view over the city, SR/DR EUR 185-330, Suite 360-935; Tel: +49-30-2553-1234; Fax: +49-30-2553-1235; Marlene-Dietrich-Platz 2; 10785 Berlin ; Open: Restaurant Vox: daily from noon; Tube: Potsdamer Platz; e-mail: afischer@hyattintl.com; website: www.berlin.hyatt.com

(8) Inter-Continental; Hotels: Modern; The Inter Conti is the unofficial conference headquarters of the government, the presidential suite has double ceilings and explosion proof windows, SR EUR194-245, DR EUR 295, Suite EUR 325-1,950, gourmet cuisine Zum Hugnotten restaurant, Pool & Fitness Club; Tel: +49-30-2602-0; Fax: +49-30-26022600; Budapester Strasse 2; 10787 Berlin-Tiergarten ; Open: Restauran 'Zum Hugenotten': Mon-Sat from 6pm-11.30pm; Tube: Zoologischer Garten; e-mail: berlin@interconti.com; website: www.berlin.interconti.com

(9) Kempinski Bristol; Hotels: Traditional; Known to Berliners as the 'Kempi', the Kempinski Bristol is located directly on the Kurfuerstendamm, ideal location for shoppers and hoppers, health spa with heated pool, hairdresser, shops and boutiques, SR EUR 214, DR EUR 250, Suite390-1,800; Tel: +49-30-884340; Fax: +49-30-8836075; Kurfuerstendamm 27; 10719 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Tube: Kurfuerstendamm; e-mail: kempinski@vertikal.de; website: www.kempinski-bristol.de

(10) Ritz Carlton Schlosshotel; Hotels: Traditional; Originally built by Wilhelm II's treasurer for 5m Goldmarks, this Palais was rebuilt after the fall of the wall, decorated byChanel designer Karl Lagerfeld, it is a small gem of top quality, SR/DR EUR 255-360, Suite EUR 380-3,000; Tel: +49-30-895840; Fax: +49-30-89584800; Brahmsstrasse 10; 14193 Berlin-Grunewald ; Open: Restaurant 'Vivaldi': noon-2pm, 6.30pm-11pm; Tube: Grunewald; e-mail: ritzcarltonbln@aol.com; website: www.ritzcarlton.com

(11) Royal Dorint am Gendarmenmarkt; Hotels: Trendy; Directly adjacent to the Gendarmenmarkt, you would hardly guess from outside the stylish modern design awaiting you inside this outstanding designer hotel, for shopping fans the Friedrichstrasse is just around the corner, SR EUR 250 / DR EUR 260-340, Suite 370-600; Tel: +49-30-203750; Fax: +49-30-20375100; Charlottenstrasse 50-52; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Tube: Friedrichstrasse; e-mail: info.bergen@dorint.com; website: www.dorint.de/berlin-gendarmenmarkt

(12) Savoy Hotel; Hotels: Traditional; To quote Thomas Mann: 'We were going to our good old Savoy Hotel, a small hotel, but so friendly and comfortable!', friendliness and comfort have been the hallmark of the Savoy Hotel for almost seven decades, SR EUR 142-192, DR EUR 192-242, Suite EUR 212-302; Tel: +49-30-311030; Fax: +49-30-31103-333; Fasanenstrasse 9-10; 10623 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Tube: Zoologischer Garten; e-mail: info@hotel-savoy.com; website: www.hotel-savoy.com

(13) Schweitzer Hof, Dorint; Hotels: Modern; After reopening in 1999, this functional hotel has 384 rooms, 53 of which are specially equipped for business purposes with the latest communication facilities, the spa centre has Berlin's largest hotel pool complex, SR EUR 160, DR EUR 170-235, Suite 305-360; Tel: +49-30-2696-0; Fax: +49-30-2696-1000; Budapester Strasse 21-29; 10787 Berlin ; Tube: Zoologischer Garten; e-mail: info.Bersch@dorint.com; website: www.dorint.de
 

Berlin Guide or with photos for hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
Restaurants
Introduction:
Restaurants: Gourmet, Traditional, Trendy or Cafe; Booking is recommended, best restaurants are also listed under 'Hotels'

(14) Aigner; Restaurants: Trendy; Diners with a table at the window can enjoy the splendid view over the Gendarmenmarkt, the best table is the chancellor's table, original Viennese Art-Nouveau interior and excellent New-Viennese cuisine, main course EUR 15-20; Tel: +49-30-20375 1850; Fax: +49-30-203751859; Franzoesische Strasse 25; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: daily noon-1am; Tube: Franzoesische Strasse; e-mail: info@aigner-gendarmenmakrt.de; website: www.aigner-gendarmenmarkt.de

(15) Altes Zollhaus; Restaurants: Traditional; Situated on the pituresque bank of the Landwehrkanal in an old half-timberd house, here you can have the traditional German cuisine in a cosy atmosphere, the duck is recomended, main course EUR 15-23; Tel: +49-30-692 3300; Fax: +49-30-6923566; Carl-Herz-Ufer 30; 10961 Berlin ; Open: Tue-Sat from 6pm; Tube: Prinzenstrasse; website: www.altes-zollhaus.de

(16) Alt-Luxemburg; Restaurants: Gourmet; Karl Wannemacher does not believe in trendy design or cuisine, steadfast believer of the conservative old-fashioned classics, main course EUR 24-30; Tel: +49-30-323 8730; Fax: +49-30-3274003; Windscheidstrasse 31; 10627 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Mon-Sat from 5pm; Tube: Charlottenburg; e-mail: info@altluxemburg.de; website: www.altluxemburg.de

(18) Bamberger Reiter; Restaurants: Gourmet; For years one of the top classic gourmet restaurants in Berlin, it is now focussing on Austrian cuisine, intimate atmosphere in three small dining rooms with classic country interior, main course EUR 15-18, no credit cards accepted; Tel: +49-30-218 4282; Fax: +49-30-2142348; Regensburger Strasse 7; 10777 Berlin-Schoeneberg ; Open: Tue-Sat 5.30pm-1am; Tube: Spichernstrasse; website: www.schloss-glienicke.de/baframe.htm

(19) Borchardt; Restaurants: Traditional; In the 19th century, Borchardt was a meeting place for the city's elite, since 1992 the dining room with its high marble columns has regained its status with celebrities and politicians, such as Karl Lagerfeld or Gerhard Schroeder, main course EUR 14-25; Tel: +49-30-2038 7110; Fax: +49-30-20387150; Franzoesische Strasse 47; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: daily 11.30am-midnight; Tube: Stadtmitte; website: no website available yet

(20) Cafe am neuem See; Restaurants: Trendy; The best beer garden in Berlin is located at the picturesque lakeside in the Tiergarten, the place to go on warm summer evenings in a rustic environment, main course EUR 8-13; Tel: +49-30-254 4930; Lichtensteinallee 1; 10787 Berlin ; Open: Mon-Son 10am-11pm; Tube: Zoologischer Garten; website: no website available yet

(21) Cafe im Literaturhaus; Restaurants: Cafe; In the most expensive shopping street of Berlin, this charming coffee house is situated in a small park, poetic and literature readings are often held here, ideal for breakfast, lunch or a coffee break, main course EUR 10-16; Tel: +49-30-882 5414; Fasanenstrasse 23; 10719 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: daily 9.30am-1am; Tube: Uhlandstrasse; website: no website available yet

(22) Einstein, Cafe; Restaurants: Cafe; A Berlin classic: Viennese coffee house ambience in a beautiful old villa with garden, the waiters seem sometimes to be slightly arrogant, TV presenter Alfred Biolek and conductor George Solti were spotted here, main course EUR 18-20; Tel: +49-30-261 5096; Fax: +49-30-2619176; Kurfuerstenstrasse 58; 10785 Berlin Unter den Linden 42, 10117 Belrin; Open: daily 10am-2pm; Tube: Nollendorfplatz; e-mail: Ecafe@cafeeinstein.com; website: www.cafeeinstein.com

(24) Ermelerhaus, Im; Restaurants: Traditional; The restaurant is part of the gastronomic complex of a modern Art Hotel and is situated in a unique room, featuring a Rococo ceiling on the first floor of a 18th century palace, main course EUR 11-22; Tel: +49-30-2406 2904; Fax: +49-30-24062222; Wallstrasse 70-73; 10179 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Tue-Sat 6pm-1am; Tube: Maerkisches Museum; e-mail: info@artotel.de; website: www.artotel.de

(25) First Floor (Hotel Palace); Restaurants: Gourmet; Located on the First Floor in the Palace Hotel, this restaurant has its 1 Michelin Star and award from Gault Millau for years, excellent location for business lunch, which are a bargain as well as a long wine list of 800, main course EUR 30-40; Tel: +49-30-2502 1020; Fax: +49-30-2502-1175; Budapester Str. 45; 10787 Berlin ; Open: Sun-Fri 12am-3pm, daily 6pm-11.30pm; Tube: Berlin Zoo; e-mail: info@palace.de; website: www.palace.de

(26) Funkturm; Restaurants: Traditional; The 150 m (500 ft) tall radio tower, resembling the Eiffel Tower, was built in 1924, visitors can enjoy splendid views from the 125 m (400 ft) observation terrace or dine in the lofty restaurant at 55 m (180 ft); Tel: +49-30-3038 2996; Messedamm 22; 14055 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Tue-Sun 11.30am-11pm; Tube: Witzleben; website: no website available yet

(27) Guy; Restaurants: Trendy; Four tiers of trendy interior together with an impressive renaissance-inspired courtyard create an atmosphere worthy of the classical surroundings at the Gendarmenmarkt, main course EUR 22-27; Tel: +49-30-2094 2600; Fax: +49-30-2094 2612; Jaegerstr. 59-60; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Mon-Sat 12am-3pm and 6pm-1am; Tube: Franz. Strasse; e-mail: info@guy-restaurant.de; website: www.guy-restaurant.de

(28) Heising; Restaurants: Traditional; With velvet curtains, carpets, silver cutlery and a fireplace, guests have the feeling of a private living room, classic French Cuisine and excellent service from the well educated owner and his wife; Tel: +49-30-302 5515; Fax: +49-30-302 4186; Rankestr. 32; 10719 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Mon-Sat from 7pm; Tube: Kurfuerstendamm; website: no website available yet

(29) Kaiserstuben; Restaurants: Traditional; An old-fashioned location, used to be opposite the Pergamon museum now in the Palais am Festungsgraben, with creative new cuisine; Tel: +49-30-2061 0548; Fax: +49-30-20452981; Am Festungsgraben 1; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Tue-Sat 6pm-1am; Tube: Friedrichstrasse; e-mail: info@kaiserstuben.de; website: www.kaiserstuben.de

(30) Le Cochon Bourgeois; Restaurants: Trendy; The ideal location for a romantic or contemplative dinner in stucco ambience, soothed by the sentimental tunes of the live pianoplayer (every day from 8 to 11.30 pm) those who have not booked in advance, take a drink at the bar; Tel: +49-30-693 0101; Fax: +49-30-6943480; Fichtestr. 24; 10967 Berlin ; Open: Tue-Sat from 6pm; Tube: Suedstern; website: no website available yet

(31) Leysieffer; Restaurants: Cafe; Leysieffer sells the best pralines, cakes and sweets in town, the smallish cafe on the first floor has a breathtaking lavish ceiling; Tel: +49-30-885 7480; Fax: +49-30-88574819; Kurfuerstendamm 218; 10719 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Cafe: Mon-Sun 10am-7pm; Tube: Kurfuerstendamm; website: www.leysieffer.de

(32) Lutter & Wegner 1811 (in the West); Restaurants: Traditional; Founded in 1811, destroyed during the war and re-opened in West Berlin after the war for long the only Lutter & Wegner successor, main course EUR 12-20; Tel: +49-30-881 3440; Fax: +49-30-881 9256; Schlueterstrasse 55; Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: daily 6pm-midnight, bar -1.30am; Tube: Savignyplatz; website: www.restaurantlutterundwegner.de

(33) Lutter & Wegner am Gendarmenmarkt; Restaurants: Traditional; Founded in 1811, destroyed during the war and finally re-opened three years ago just a stonethrow away from the old place, but fashion designer Jil Sander or actor Pierce Brosnan were already here, main course EUR 15-22; Tel: +49-30-202 9540; Fax: +49-30-2029 5425; Charlottenstrasse 56; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: daily 11am-2am; Tube: Franzoesische Strasse; website: www.lutter-wegner-gendarmenmarkt.de

(34) Margaux; Restaurants: Gourmet; A new stylish and elegant creation of interior design, French modern cuisine, wine list (boasts 600 wines, including 30 different kinds of Chateau Margaux) and choice of cheese, excellent location near the Brandenburg Gate, main course EUR 34-49; Tel: +49-30-2265 2611; Fax: +49-30-22652612; Unter den Linden 78, Entrance Wilhelmstrasse; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Mon-Sat noon-2pm and 7-11pm; Tube: Unter den Linden; e-mail: info@margaux-berlin.de; website: www.margaux-berlin.de

(35) Maxwell; Restaurants: Trendy; Located in a beautiful old brewery setting and interior courtyard, Maxwell was one of the first to establish and up-market trendy setting in the former East-Berlin; Tel: +49-30-280 7121; Fax: +49-30-28599848; Bergstrasse 22; 10105 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: daily 6pm-midnight; Tube: Rosenthaler Platz; e-mail: maxwell.berlin@t-online.de; website: www.restaurant-maxwell.de

(36) Opernpalais; Restaurants: Cafe; A breathtaking selection of German cakes is on display at this large old-fashioned coffee house, the place to go for traditional German coffee time or just for a light snack before the opera next door; Tel: +49-30-202683; Fax: +49-30-2044438; Under den Linden 5; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: daily 9am-midnight; Tube: Friedrichstrasse; e-mail: opernpalais@berlin.de; website: www.opernpalais.de

(37) Paris Bar; Restaurants: Traditional; Well known Berlin Classic with a rather chaotic French interior and Bistro Food, popular with VIPs and super models, such as Nadja Auermann and Claudia Schiffer, reservation required, main course EUR 10-24; Tel: +49-30-313 8052; Fax: +49-30-3132816; Kantstrasse 152; 10623 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Noon to 2am; Tube: Uhlandstrasse; website: www.parisbar.de

(38) Paris-Moskau; Restaurants: Trendy; The restaurant is named after a former railway station between Paris and Moscow, excellent cuisine, traditional atmosphere and dignified service; Tel: +49-30-394 2081; Alt-Moabit 141; 10557 Berlin-Tiergarten ; Open: daily from 6pm; Tube: Lehrter Stadtbahnhof; website: www.paris-moskau.de

(39) Portalis; Restaurants: Trendy; New Berlin subsidiary of the well-known Munich Gourmet Temple Tantris, the creative international cuisine is more convincing than the modern interior design, main course EUR 26-29; Tel: +49-30-2045 5496; Fax: +49-30-20455498; Kronenstr. 55-58; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Tue-Sat 7pm-midnight; Tube: Franzoesische Strasse; e-mail: portalis@t-online.de; website: www.tantris.de

(40) Remise; Restaurants: Trendy; Ideal place for a pleasant meal on the outskirts of Berlin in the Palace of Klein-Glienicke opposite Potsdam, the menu (38-45 Euro) offers German gourmet cuisine by chef Franz Raneburger, no credit cards accepted; Tel: +49-30-805 4000; Koenigstrasse 36; 14109 Berlin-Wannsee ; Open: Wed-Sun noon-midnight; Tube: Wannsee; website: www.schloss-glienicke.de

(42) Schwarzenraben; Restaurants: Trendy; Decoration of the 1990s with chocolate, pistachio and coconut colours, the Cocktail bar 'Engelspalast' is draped with velour, original new Italian cuisine is served in the like of wild boar pate with chocolate, main course EUR 10-22; Tel: +49-30-2839 1698; Neue Schoenhauser Strasse 13; 10178 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: daily 6.30pm-midnight; Tube: Weinmeisterstrasse; e-mail: info@schwarzenraben.de; website: www.schwarzenraben.de

(43) Vau; Restaurants: Gourmet; Very popular and trendy with excellent food by chef Kolja Kleeberg, high ceiling with minimalist design, the small courtyard is used at lunchtime, main course EUR 35; Tel: +49-30-202 9730; Fax: +49-30-20297311; Jaegerstrasse 54-55; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Mon-Sat from noon and from 7pm; Tube: Franz. Strasse; e-mail: restaurant@vau-verlin.de; website: www.vau-berlin.de

(44) Villa Kellermann; Restaurants: Traditional; Fabulous view over the Heiliger See, good Italian food and wine at attractive prices, ideal for relaxing after Sight-seeing at Sanssouci; Tel: +49-331-291572; Fax: +49-331-2803738; Mangerstr. 34-336; 14467 Potsdam ; Open: Tue-Sun noon-midnight; Tube: Potsdam; website: no website available yet

(45) Vivaldi (Ritz-Carlton); Restaurants: Gourmet; Designed by Karl Lagerfeld this first class gourmet restaurant with crystal chandeliers has one of the most beautiful restaurant interiors in town; Tel: +49-30-895840; Fax: +49-30-89584800; Brahmsstrasse 10; 14193 Berlin-Grunewald ; Open: 12am-2pm and 6pm-11pm; Tube: Grunewald; e-mail: ritzcarltonbln@aol.com; website: www.ritzcarlton.com

(46) Weltbuehne; Restaurants: Trendy; Popular with politicians on weekdays: interesting blend of restaurant, cafe and cocktail bar, in the summer, breakfast, lunch and dinner is served in the garden, wide selection of international newspapers and magazines; Tel: +49-30-2800 9444; Fax: +49-30-28009449; Gormannstr. 14/Linienstr.; 10119 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: daily 10am-2am, Fri-Sat 10am-4am; Tube: Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz; e-mail: wbb@die-weltbuehne.de; website: www.die-weltbuehne.de

(47) Zum Hugenotten (Inter-Continental); Restaurants: Gourmet; Located in the Inter-Continental Hotel near the Tiergarten, the gourmet cuisine offers fine French and regional specialities in a pleasant conservative interior, main course EUR 33-37; Tel: +49-30-2602-0; Fax: +49-30-26022600; Budapester Strasse 2; 10787 Berlin-Tiergarten ; Open: Mon-Sat 6pm-11.30pm; Tube: Zoologischer Garten; e-mail: berlin@interconti.com; website: www.berlin.interconti.com

 

Berlin Guide or with photos for hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
Shopping
Introduction:
Shopping: Department Stores, Where to Shop, Made in Germany

(49) Automobil Forum; Shopping: Made in Germany; Showrooms from Audi to Volkswagen: every brand under the roof of the VW Group can be found here, this also includes Bentley, Bugatti and Lamborghini; Tel: +49-30-2092 1200; Fax: +49-30-20921201; Unter den Linden 21; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Mon-Fri 9am-8pm, Sat-Sun 10am-6pm; Tube: Unter den Linden; website: www.volkswagen.de/forum

(50) BMW Cars; Shopping: Made in Germany; BMW - the elegant solution to sophisticated sports cars, have a look at your favourite ultimate driving machine in reality; Tel: +49-30-34983550; Fax: +49-30-34983561; Kurfuerstendamm 31; 10719 Berlin ; Open: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 10am-8pm; Tube: Uhlandstrasse; e-mail: bmwinfo@bmw.de; website: www.bmw.de

(51) Escada Fashion; Shopping: Made in Germany; Escada is one of the top German fashion brands with an international reputation, the design is up-market and elegant; Tel: +49-30-238 6404; Fax: +49-30-2386449; Friedrichstrasse 176-179; 10117 Berlin-Mitte Kurfuerstendamm 186-187, 10707 Berlin-Charlottenburg; Open: Mon-Fri 10am-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm; Tube: Stadtmitte; website: www.escada.com

(52) Fasanenstrasse; Shopping: Where to shop; Bulgari, Cartier, Chanel, Christofle, Damiani, Gucci, Lalique, Louis Vuitton, Mulberry, Patrick Hellmann, Schauder & Jundef and others; Tel: ; Fasanenstrasse; Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Mon-Fri 10am-8pm, Sat 9.30am-4pm; Tube: Uhlandstrasse; website: 

(53) Friedrichstrasse; Shopping: Where to shop; The street was completely rebuilt since the fall of the wall, the Quartier 206 Department Complex with Designers from La Perla to Donna Karan is located next to the Galeries Lafayette, Escada und Budapester Shoes have their own stores; Tel: ; Friedrichstrasse; Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Mon-Fri 10am-8pm, Sat 9.30am-4pm; Tube: Franzoesische Strasse; website:

(54) Galeries Lafayette; Shopping: Department Stores; A new modern department store in the Friedrichstrasse designed by Jean Nouvel, with a spectacular interior, the delicious French food department is a heaven for shoppers needing refreshment; Tel: +49-30-20948-0; Friedrichstr. 76-78; 10117 Berlin-Mitte; Open: Mon-Sat 10.00am-8pm; Tube: Franzoesische Strasse; website: www.galerieslafayette.de

(55) Goldpfeil Leather Goods; Shopping: Made in Germany; Founded in 1856, Goldpfeil offers fine German leather goods and accessories with the golden arrow mark; Tel: +49-30-2181192; Fax: +49-30-2113236; Kurfuerstendamm 216; 10789 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Mon-Fri 10am-7pm, Sat 10am-4pm; Tube: Kurfuerstendamm /Savignyplatz; e-mail: gp@goldpfeil.de; website: www.goldpfeil.de

(56) Hackesche Hoefe; Shopping: Where to shop; An Ensemble of 8 courtyards with beautiful turn of the century facades between the Rosenthaler and the Sophien streets, young and trendy shopping address for Lingerie, Womenswear and Accessories; Tel: +49-30-44044490; Rosenthaler Str. 40-41; 10178 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Mon-Fri 10am-8pm, Sat 9.30am-4pm; Tube: Hackescher Markt; website: 

(57) Jil Sander Fashion; Shopping: Made in Germany; Jil Sander, founded by the German designer with the same name, offers the plain cool look for the successful business woman, using only the most exquisite materials, a range for men was recently added; Tel: +49-30-8867020; Fax: +49-30-88670260; Kurfuerstendamm 185; 10719 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Mon-Fri 10am-7pm, Sat 10am-4pm; Tube: Kurfuerstendamm /Savignyplatz /Adenauerplatz; website: www.jilsander.com

(58) Kadewe (Kaufhaus des Westens); Shopping: Department Stores; The KaDeWe is the largest department store on the European continent, the most popular department is the delicatessen floor - the gourmet's Mecca, the discerning palate can choose from around 33,000 products in the largest food-hall in Europe; Tel: +49-30-2121-0; Fax: +49-30-2121-2620; Tauentzienstrasse 21-24; 10789 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Mon-Fri 9.30am-8pm, Sat 9am-4pm; Tube: Wittenbergplatz; e-mail: info@kadewe.com; website: www.kadewe.de

(59) KPM Porcelain; Shopping: Made in Germany; Frederick the Great named the Koenigliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin in 1763, each piece of KPM is painted by hand - Berliners lovingly call it the White Gold; Tel: +49-30-390090; Wegelystrasse 1; 10623 Berlin Kurfuerstendamm 27, 10719 Berlin or Unter den Linden 33; Open: Mon-Fri 9.30am-7pm, Sat 9am-4pm; Tube: Tiergarten; website: www.kpm-berlin.de

(60) Kurfuerstendamm; Shopping: Where to shop; Tablewear: Baccarat, KPM, Meissen, Gunther Lambert, Shoes: Tizian, Bally, Tod's, Clothes: Burberry, Cerruti, Dior, Escada, Armani, Hermes, Prada, Rene Lezard, Versace, Valesntino, YSL, etc.; Tel: ; Kurfuerstendamm; Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Mon-Fri 10am-8pm, Sat 9.30am-4pm; Tube: Uhlandstrasse; website: 

(61) Meissener Porcelain; Shopping: Made in Germany; Porcelain was produced in China since the 13th century, the European white porcelain was discovered first in 1707/08 after Augustus the Strong ordered research, in 1710 the Royal Polish Electoral Saxonian Porcelain Manufactory of Meissen was opened; Tel: +49-30-22679 0228; Fax: +49-30-204 3581; Unter den Linden 39; 10117 Berlin Kurfuerstendamm 26, 10719 Berlin; Open: Mon-Fri 11am-7pm, Sat 10am-4pm; Tube: Stadtmitte; e-mail: sales@meissen.de; website: www.meissener-porzellan.de

(62) Mercedes Cars; Shopping: Made in Germany; The new Berlin headquarters in glass and steel is the largest and most representative branch in Europe; Tel: +49-30-390100; Salzufer 1; 12277 Berlin ; Open: Mon-Fri 9am-midnight, Sat 9am-10pm, Sun 10am-10pm; Tube: Tiergarten; website: www.mercedes-benz.com

(63) Porsche Cars; Shopping: Made in Germany; Life with a Porsche begins long before one owns one, Porsche understands your desire to touch, feel and look; Tel: +49-30-8908-0; Eduard Winter, Karlsruher Str. 25-27; 10711 Berlin ; Open: Mon-Fri 7am-8pm, Sat 9am-1.30pm; Tube: Charlottenburg; website: www.porschezentrum-berlin.de

(64) Quartier 206, Department Store; Shopping: Department Stores; Designer Stores with brands like B54, Burlington, Cerruti, Donna Karan, DKNY, Etro, Genny, Gucci, Kieselstein-Cord, La Perla, Out of Asia, Sisley, Stephane Kelian, Strenesse and others; Tel: +49-30-20946240; Friedrichstrasse 71; 10117 Berlin ; Open: Mon-Fri 9.30am-8pm, Sat 9am-4pm; Tube: Franzoesische Strasse; website: www.quartier206.com

(65) Stilwerk; Shopping: Department Stores; Berlin's largest centre for interior design, 52 shops offer over 400 brand names from Alessi to Zeyko over 19,000 square meters, the top floor can be hired for events; Tel: +49-30-31515620; Kantstrasse 19; 10623 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Mon-Fri 10am-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 2pm-6pm; Tube: Savignyplatz; website: www.stilwerk.de/berlin
 

Berlin Guide or with photos for hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
Entertainment
Introduction:
Entertainment: Museums, Performances, Bars, Night Clubs, Other; Landmarks are: the Berliner Dome, the Brandenburger Tor, the Siegessaeule and the Gedaechtniskirche

(66) 925; Entertainment: Bar; New and smart with an impressive view on the illuminated Gendarmenmarkt and its classical buildings, dominating colours are red, black and the 925 silver, hungry visitors can dine in the trendy Trenta Sei restaurant next door (same owner); Tel: +49-30-2045 2630; Fax: +49-30-20452631; Markgrafenstr. 36 am Gendarmenmarkt; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: daily 5pm-4am; Tube: Hausvogteiplatz; website: no website available yet

(67) Bar am Luetzowplatz; Entertainment: Bar; The supposedly longest bar in Berlin is one of the great traditional Berlin Bar favourites in West Berlin, very popular happy hour; Tel: +49-30-262 6807; Luetzowplatz 7; 10785 Berlin ; Open: daily 3pm-4am; Tube: Nollendorfplatz; website: www.baramluetzowplatz.de

(68) Bar jeder Vernunft; Entertainment: Performances; One of the very few still existing grand Art-Deco Circus tents, ideal for an amusing evening with Cabaret, the entertainment program is varied, snacks and drinks are served at the table; Tel: +49-30-883 1582; Schaperstrasse 24; 10719 Berlin-Wilmersdorf ; Open: Ticket Box: Mon-Sun noon-7pm; Tube: ; website: www.bar-jeder-vernunft.de

(69) Berlin Wall (East Side Gallery); Entertainment: Museum; 107.3 kilometres of cement wall, watchtowers and tank obstacles have been reduced for the most part to rubble or went to collectors around the world, the largest remaining stretch of wall is the East Side Gallery (largest open-air gallery in the world; Tel: ; Muehlenstrasse; ; Tube: Warschauer Strasse; website: www.berliner-mauer.de

(70) Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral); Entertainment: Museum; This pompous Lutheran church in Neo-Renaissance style was completed in 1905 under Emperor Wilhelm II by the architect Julius Carl Rauschendorff, crypt houses Hohenzollern dynasty members, excellent concerts next to a regular church service; Tel: +49-30-202690; Am Lustgarten; 10178 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Mon-Sat 9am-7.30pm, Sun 11.30am-7.30pm, service Mon-Fri noon & 6pm, Sun 10am & 6pm; Tube: Friedrichstrasse; website: www.berlinerdom.de

(71) Blu; Entertainment: Nightclub; Situated at the Potsdamer Platz this new High-Tech-Disco extends over three floors, Berlin's Nouveau Crowd dances to Berlin's largest computerized light show, the entrance is guarded by four fierce-looking and Russian-speaking doormen; Tel: +49-30-2559 3030; Fax: +49-30-25593040; Marlene-Dietrich-Platz 4; 10785 Berlin-Tiergarten ; Open: Wed-Sat from 10pm; Tube: ; e-mail: info@blu-berlin.de; website: www.blu-berlin.de

(72) Blue Note Bar; Entertainment: Nightclub; After midnight often impossible to squeeze through the mass of fun-seeking born-in-the-Sixties crowd, the dance floor is a techno-free jazz club atmosphere with a serious flirt-factor.; Tel: +49-30-218 7248; Coubirestrasse 13; 10787 Berlin-Schoeneberg ; Open: Thu-Sat 10pm-4am, Sun 9pm-4am; Tube: Wittenbergplatz; website: no website available yet

(73) Checkpoint Charlie Museum; Entertainment: Museum; Relic of the old border patrol, where visitors used to cross over from the Western into the Eastern sector, the exhibition includes vivid examples of attempts to escape from East Germany; Tel: +49-30-253 7250; Friedrichstrasse 43-45; 10969 Berlin-Kreuzberg ; Open: daily 9am-11pm; Tube: Kochstrasse; e-mail: info@mauer-museum.com; website: www.mauer-museum.com

(74) Deutsche Staatsoper; Entertainment: Performances; The grandest of Berlin's three opera houses, founded as Prussia's Royal Court Opera for Frederick the Great in 1742 and designed in neo-classical Greek temple style, daniel Barenboim is the musical director of the Staatsoper, tickets 12-200 DM; Tel: +49-30-2035 4555; Unter den Linden 5-7; 10109 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Ticket Box: Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat-Sun 2pm-6pm; Tube: Franzoesische Strasse; website: www.staatsoper-berlin.org

(75) Deutsches Theater & Kammerspiele; Entertainment: Performances; Originally built between 1849-1850 to house the Friedrich-Wilhelm Theatre, it reopened after reconstruction in 1883 with Friedrich Schiller's 'Intrigue and love', it was here that Max Reinhardt and Bertold Brecht began their careers; Tel: +49-30-2844 1225; Schumannstrasse 13; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Tube: Friedrichstrasse; e-mail: service@deutsches-theater.de; website: www.deutsches-theater.de

(76) Dietrich's; Entertainment: Bar; Situated at the Potsdamer Platz just next to the Grand Hyatt and the Musical Theatre, smart atmosphere, nice-looking guests and friendly, polite and fast service; Tel: +49-30-2553 1768; Fax: +49-30-25531235; Marlene-Dietrich-Platz 2; 10785 Berlin-Tiergarten ; Open: daily 11am-1am; Tube: Potsdamer Platz; website: www.berlin.hyatt.com

(77) Egyptian Museum; Entertainment: Museum; Highlight is the bust of Queen Nefertiti, arguably the most beautiful woman in the world, which dates from 1350 BC and remained buried for 3000 years before being discovered by German archaeologists; Tel: +49-30-3209 1261; Schlossstr. 70; 14059 Berlin-Charlottenburg Bodemuseum, Museumsinsel, Bodestrasse 1-3, 10178 Berlin-Mitte; Open: Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat-Sun 11am-6pm; Tube: Sophie-Charlotte Platz or Richard Wagner Platz; website: www.smb.spk-berlin.de/amp/e/s.html

(78) Filmpark Babelsberg; Entertainment: Other; The entertaining film park is situated on the site of the film studios where Germany's first films were produced in 1912, expect to see sets from old films, special effects at work and stuntmen in action, calculate a 4-6 hours visit; Tel: +49-331-721 2717; Fax: +49-331-7212733; Grossbeerenstrasse; 14482 Potsdam ; Open: daily 10am-6pm; Tube: Potsdam-Babelsberg; e-mail: info@filmpark.de; website: www.filmpark.de

(79) Friedrichstadtpalast; Entertainment: Performances; Berlin's largest audience magnet, the only revue theatre in Germany and the largest in Europe, each production is unique and produced exclusively for the location, telephone reservations are possible; Tel: +49-30-2326 2326; Fax: +49-30-23262323; Friedrichstrasse 107; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Ticket Box: Sun-Mon 10am-6pm, Tue-Sat 10am-8pm; Tube: Oranienburger Tor / Friedrichstrasse; e-mail: info@friedrichstadtpalast.de; website: www.friedrichstadtpalast.de

(80) Gemaeldegalerie (Picture Gallery); Entertainment: Museum; Part of the new Kulturforum complex completed in 1988, collection of European Art including masterpieces from German, Dutch, Flemish and Spanish masters from Botticelli onwards, significant collection of Rembrand canvases; Tel: +49-30-2090 5555; Matthaikirchplatz 8; 10785 Berlin-Tiergarten ; Open: Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Thu 10am-10pm, Sat-Sun 11am-6pm; Tube: Richard Wagner Platz; website: www.smb.spk-berlin.de/gg

(81) Hamburger Bahnhof; Entertainment: Museum; The Museum-in-former-railway-station displays an exhibition including works by Andy Warhol, Joseph Beuys (including a video archive) and Amselm Kiefer, splendid exterior light installation by Dan Flavin. Excellent art bookshop; Tel: +49-30-2090 5555; Invalidenstrasse 50-51; 10557 Berlin ; Open: Tue-Sun 10am-5pm; Tube: Lehrter Stadtbahnhof; website: www.smb.spk-berlin.de/hbf

(82) Harry's New York Bar; Entertainment: Bar; Situated in the Grand Hotel Esplanade, ideal for the last drink of the evening, world business travellers and city hoppers enjoy the Bauhaus flair and soothing piano music; Tel: +49-30-25478 8633; Luetzowufer 15; 10785 Berlin ; Open: daily from 11am; Tube: Nollendorfplatz; website: www.esplanade.de

(83) Komische Oper; Entertainment: Performances; Dominated by its artistic director, Harry Kupfer and his young Russian-American musical director, Yakov Kreizberg, Kupfer is known for his radical but incisive interpretations (all sung in German); Tel: +49-30-202600; Behrenstrasse 55-57; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Ticket Box: Mon-Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 1pm-4.30 pm; Tube: Franzoesische Strasse; website: www.komische-oper-berlin.de

(84) Konzerthaus; Entertainment: Performances; Formerly the Schauspielhaus, the Konzerthaus is an 1821 architectural gem by Friedrich Schinkel, after being destroyed in the war and lovingly restored, it was reopened in 1984, fine orchestras, chamber music and organ recitals; Tel: +49-30-20309 2101; Gendarmenmarkt; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Ticket Box: Mon-Sat noon-8pm, Sun noon-4pm; Tube: Franzoesische Strasse; website: www.konzerthaus.de

(85) Kurvenstar; Entertainment: Nightclub; Usual tip from hotel porters and PR ladies, leather lounge and Pop-Art museum on a street-car corner, flashy colours, off-beat types, on the dance floor Black Music dominates, wakes up after 10pm; Tel: +49-30-2859 9710; Kleine Praesidentenstrasse 3; 10178 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Tue-Fri from 8pm, Sat-Sun from 2pm; Tube: Hackescher Markt; website: www.kurvenstar.de

(86) Neue Nationalgalerie; Entertainment: Museum; Mies van der Rohe's 1960s steel and glass construction has friends and foes, however, world-class modern art exhibitions are often displayed here; Tel: +49-30-266 2662; Potsdamer Strasse 50; 10785 Berlin Tiergarten ; Open: Tue-Thu, Sun 10am-6pm, Fri-Sat 10am-8pm; Tube: Potsdamer Platz; website: www.smb.spk-berlin.de/nng

(87) Neunzig Grad; Entertainment: Nightclub; After a successful relaunch, this nightclub epitomizes Berlin Nightlife, popular also for its Wednesdays after-work-parties (from 8pm), sometimes difficult to get past the doorman; Tel: +49-172-916 5869; Dennewitzstr. 37; 10785 Berlin-Schoeneberg ; Open: Wed 8pm-6am, Thu-Sat 11pm-6am; Tube: Gleisdreieck; website: no website available yet

(88) Newton Bar; Entertainment: Bar; The bar's spectacular eye catchers is the huge black & white photograph of naked 'Walking Women' made by its name patron - Berlin-born star photographer, Helmut Newton. Cigar smokers appreciate the hmidor on the first floor; Tel: +49-30-2061 2990; Charlottenstrasse 57; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: daily 6pm-4am; Tube: Stadtmitte; website: no website available yet

(89) Pergamon Museum & Altes Museum; Entertainment: Museum; Famous for the superbly preserved Gate of Ishtar, the white carved marble Hellenistic Pergamon Altar (180-160 BC) and other architectural and artistic wonders of the ancient Greek, Roman and Babylonian worlds; Tel: +49-30-2090 5555; Am Kupfergraben; 10178 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Tue-Sun 9am-5pm; Tube: ; website: www.smb.spk-berlin.de/ant

(90) Philharmonie; Entertainment: Performances; Home to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra with its current director Claudio Abbado has a daring modern architecture and it became world famous under the late Herbert von Karajan; Tel: +49-30-2548 8132; Matthaikirchstrasse 1; 10785 Berlin-Tiergarten ; Open: Ticket Box: Mon-Fri 3.30pm-6pm, Sat-Sun 11am-2pm; Tube: Kurfuerstenstrasse; website: www.berlin-philharmonic.de

(91) Potsdam Palaces and Gardens; Entertainment: Museum; The summer palace of Sanssouci gives its name to a beautiful park and a royal complex with highlights including the grand 18th century New Palais and the Gemaeldegalerie; Tel: +49-331-969 4202; Fax: +49-331-9694107; Schopenhauerstrasse / Zur historischen Muehle; 14469 Potsdam ; Tube: ; website: www.spsg.de

(92) Reichstag; Entertainment: Museum; Completed in 1894, the massive Neo-Renaissance building was restored in 1970, British architect Lord Norman Foster redesigned it in 1999 with a glass dome, a viewing gallery and a restaurant, book a table here to jump the queue through the backdoor; Tel: +49-30-226 2990 (Restaurant); Platz der Republik; 10557 Berlin ; Open: daily 8am-12pm; Tube: Under den Linden; website: www.bundestag.de

(93) Reingold; Entertainment: Bar; Ring the doorbell to enter this cozy modern bar and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere in gold and red, depending on the weather, there is a barbecue on Fridays on the terrace; Tel: +49-30-2838 7676; Novalisstr. 11; 10115 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: daily 6pm-4am; Tube: Friedrichstrasse; website: www.reingold.de

(94) Rive Gauche; Entertainment: Nightclub; After opening in September 2000, the Rive Gauche is Berlin's smartest Nightclub, excellent Design, large dance floor and good Sandwich Bar, Saturdays the fun starts after 1am, after work club every Thursday from 6pm; Tel: +49-30-2809 9055; Fax: +49-30-28099052; Friedrichstrasse 105; 10117 Berlin-Mitte ; Open: Thu from 6pm, Fri-Sat from 11pm; Tube: Oranienburger Tor / Friedrichstrasse; e-mail: info@rive-gauche.de; website: www.rive-gauche.de

(95) Sage Club; Entertainment: Nightclub; Berlin's trendiest club with three dance areas & VIP-area with pool, Fridays & Saturdays the pool area is reserved for the privileged, newcomers might have to wait a bit, however, a smart turn-out or unusual outfit could facilitate entrance; Tel: +49-30-278 9830; Koepenicker Str. 76; 10179 Berlin-Mitte ; Tube: Heinrich-Heine Strasse; website: www.sage-club.de

(96) Schaubuehne am Lehniner Platz; Entertainment: Theatre; Many premieres of famous contemporary theatre playwrights such as Botho Strauss, more on the modern side but also heavy on Anton Chechow; Tel: +49-30-89 0023; Kurfuerstendamm 153; 10709 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Ticket Box: Mon-Sat 11am-6.30pm, Sun 3-6.30pm; Tube: Adenauerplatz; website: www.schaubuehne.de

(97) Schloss Charlottenburg; Entertainment: Museum; Frederick III built this palace 1695-1699 for his wife, Sophie Charlotte. Highlights include the Porcelain Cabinet, Golden Gallery and the Baroque garden, today it is the only palace which bears the marks of almost all Prussian Kings; Tel: +49-30-32 0911; Schlossstrasse/Spandauer Damm; 14059 Berlin-Charlottenburg ; Open: Tue-Sun 10am-5pm, Thu 10am-8pm; Tube: ; website: www.smb.spk-berlin.de/e/loc/c.html

(98) Sony Center Music Box; Entertainment: Other; This is the first entertainment centre in the world with interactive attractions, shows and rides dedicated to all types of music. Play a water harp or conduct the Berlin Philharmonic - virtually; Tel: +49-30-5513 7137; Fax: +49-30-25755797; Sony Center, Kemperplatz 1; 10785 Berlin Potsdamer Platz ; Open: Sun-Thu 10am-8pm, Fri-Sat 10am-10pm; Tube: Potsdamer Platz; e-mail: feedback@music-box.de; website: www.music-box.de

(99) Theater des Westens; Entertainment: Theatre; The former Staedtische Oper Berlin with its magnificent facade is the place to go for Berlin musicals, some of them from the roaring '20s, sometimes staring Ute Lemper or Helen Schneider as well as other German musical or cabaret stars; Tel: +49-30-88420 8510; Kantstrasse 12; 10623 Berlin-Tiergarten ; Open: Box office: Mon-Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 11am-2pm; Tube: Zoologischer Garten; website: www.theater-des-westens.de

(100) Zoological Garden; Entertainment: Other; The oldest zoo in Germany harbours 14,000 animals representing 1400 different specie and it is located in the centre of Berlin with a large park, the newly built Hippo house can be hired for events; Tel: +49-30-254010; Fax: +49-30-25401255; Hardenbergplatz 8; 10787 Berlin ; Open: Mon-Sun 9am-6pm; Tube: Zoologischer Garten; e-mail: info@zoo-berlin.de; website: www.zoo-berlin.de
 

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