Explore exciting Charlottenburg in Berlin
The cutting-edge art'otel berlin kudamm is conveniently located in the hip district of Charlottenburg, ideal for a weekend break or business trip. Just a short walk from our hotel, the famous Kurfürstendamm shopping boulevard features many boutiques, designer stores and restaurants. With a brief walk, you can also reach the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and the renowned KaDeWe department store. Nearby public transport stops, such as the Bleibtreustraße bus station, make it easy to navigate to Berlin’s most popular attractions.
art'otel berlin kudamm is convenient to the following:
- Kurfürstendamm (1 km)
One of the top shopping destinations in Berlin, this street is home to several stores and restaurants such as Louis Vuitton, Käthe Wohlfahrt and Hard Rock Cafe.
- Zoo Berlin (1.4 km)
The largest zoo in Berlin, this attraction is home to more species of animals than any other zoo in the world.
T: +49 (0) 30 254 010
- Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church (1.7 km)
Built in 1895 and damaged during World War II, this functioning church also houses a war memorial.
T: +49 (0) 30 218 502 3
- Charlottenburg Palace (3.5 km)
Constructed as a summer home for Queen Sophie Charlotte and her husband, this historic building houses a fine collection of art and hosts special events throughout the year.
T: +49 (0) 30 320 911
- Tiergarten (3.9 km)
Home to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and a variety of war memorials and statues, this beautiful park is the largest in the city.
- Holocaust Memorial (5 km)
Visit this unique memorial that pays tribute to the victims of the Holocaust.
T: +49 (0) 30 263 943 36
- Bundestag (5.6 km)
This important building was constructed in 1894 and now serves as the German House of Parliament.
T: +49 (0) 30 227 351 11
- Liquidrom (5.7 km)
Situated in the heart of Berlin, Liquidrom provides the perfect atmosphere for relaxing bathing, saunas and ultimate well-being.
Möckernstraße 10, 10963 Berlin
T: +49 (0) 30 258 007 820
- Brandenburg Gate (6 km)
This massive neoclassical monument was constructed in 1791 and is still one of Berlin’s most popular and recognisable landmarks.
- Jewish Museum Berlin (6.2 km)
A fascinating museum dedicated to the country’s Jewish population, this museum displays art, sculptures and ceremonial objects.
T: +49 (0) 30 259 933 00