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As much an art gallery as it is a hotel, art'otel berlin mitte displays the work of Georg Baselitz, one of Germany's most famous contemporary artists. Stroll past original Baselitz pieces in the public areas, or admire his work in the privacy of your guest room. Our city-centre Berlin hotel also offers free Wi-Fi, private parking and business services.
The historic Ermelerhaus, attached to the hotel, provides meeting facilities and fresh cuisine from Upside Down Bar & Restaurant. If you’d like to explore Germany’s capital, walk to the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag building and Alexanderplatz, or board a train at the metro station just across from the hotel. Baselitz’s art and our city-centre location combine to create a one-of-a-kind experience of German culture.
100% non-smoking facility
|From USD $196 per night|
Radisson RewardsTM member benefits*
Guests who have signed up for the Radisson Rewards loyalty programme are entitled to discounts on food and drinks at art’otel berlin mitte. Drinks must be served in conjunction with a meal. Our Berlin hotel provides the following discounts based on status:
If you are not a Radisson Rewards member, you can sign up for the loyalty programme directly at the reception desk to benefit from this discount immediately. Collect and redeem your points at any of the many Radisson properties around the world. Join now!
Events at Upside Down Bar & Restaurant
|Out of Office - After Work Party
Thursday, 6–9 pm
Call it a day, let the phone go to voicemail and join us at Upside Down Bar after work on select Thursdays. Enjoy a complimentary welcome cocktail and free appetisers until 8 pm. Our DJs occasionally make a guest appearance to help you unwind with dancing and the latest hits.
|Baselitz Art Tour
Tuesday, 6–7 pm
We display more than 300 of Georg Baselitz’s original works at art’otel berlin mitte, and you can learn more about them with a free guided art tour. Baselitz was known for his bold rejection of accepted painting theories and his tendency to turn images on their head (sometimes literally), and our hotel and bar provide an ideal setting for learning more about this idiosyncratic artist.