About RADISSON BLU HOTEL BERLIN
There are some wonders and sights that appear to be only plausible in films or literature, things so spectacular that they seem incapable of becoming tangible. One such thing might be a goliath 25 meter high cylindrical aquarium in the lobby of an immaculate Radisson Blu hotel – but in Berlin, they’re turning dreams into reality.
The breathtaking AquaDom, the world’s largest cylindrical aquarium, serves as a stunning centerpiece in this stylish, modern hotel. With upscale amenities like Free high-speed, wireless Internet, the 427 sophisticated rooms and suites of this striking hotel offer Berlin guests topnotch accommodation and convenient access to many cultural attractions near Alexanderplatz, Hackeshe Markt and Museum Island.
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Sip a beer or cocktail at the Atrium Bar while admiring the grandeur of the AquaDom, then head over to Restaurant HEat for an eclectic and unforgettable culinary experience. Keep up your fitness routine by visiting our on-site fitness center, or let your stress dissolve away in our Bio-Sauna. The hotel boasts 15 of the finest meeting rooms and event venues in Berlin, including the stellar DomLounge, which can be found on the hotel’s top floors.
To truly wow conference attendees, friends and family, book the elevator that travels through the center of the AquaDom to the premier DomLounge venue. Experience German comfort at its finest at this exquisite hotel by taking advantage of all the available amenities, including 24-hour room service, Apple Airplay meeting technology, breathtaking views of the city, and more than 2740 square meters of modern, flexible conference space.
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Berlin’s Christmas markets reflect its status as the nation’s capital and as its largest city. It boasts a wide variety of locations dotted around the city as well as different styles of market.
There are more than 60 markets that open towards the end of November and, in some cases, don’t close until the end of December.
There are small markets for the local communities in the city, trendy designer markets and ‘alternative’ markets.