Mövenpick Hotel Berlin with special offer marking 20 years since fhe fall of the wall

The Mövenpick Hotel Berlin is offering a particularly attractive package to coincide with the start of the 2009 anniversary year. “Berlin Changing Times”: two nights’ accommodation with a lot of extras for EUR 169 per person.   With 2009 marking the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the whole world is turning to the German capital. Countless venues and events have been organised to illustrate the way in which the capital has changed, with a multitude of attractions to appeal to visitors. The Mövenpick Hotel Berlin is located in the listed building complex of the former Siemenshöfe and features a particularly striking and impressive combination of historical ambience and modern design. It is situated in a prime location between the former East and West on Potsdamer Platz, making it the ideal starting point for a journey through time and the city’s impressive history.

The  hotel’s tailor-made package, with all the trimmings: two nights’ accommodation in a spacious double room with generous breakfast buffet included, dinner at the Restaurant Hof zwei, buffet or three-course menu at the chef’s discretion, use of the Hotel’s very own fitness and sauna area, a Berlin City Tour Card (72 hours of free travel on all public transport in Berlin and surroundings, and discounts on admissions to many Berlin highlights). Guests will also receive a Berlin book with information on the historical changes the city has experienced. The offer is available on request and subject to availability, for the period from 2nd October to 30th December 2009.

Comments (1)

  1. John says:

    20 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall. There have been a number of events that I have witnessed in my life, where I was watching the television and not believing what I was seeing. The Fall of the Wall was one. The death of Princess Diana and 9/11 are two others.
    The most unbelievable thing in my eyes is that I have never visited Berlin. Its only a train journey from here. I don’t suppose I would stay in the Mövenpick, but I once stayed in the one in Lubeck and had a good night.

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