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Pleasant establishment comfortably furnished.
The hotel in the centre offers wonderful views over the city.
Hotel-Pension Dittberner is one of the foremost art hotels in the city and continues to entertain guests. The hotel's decor is punctuated with beautiful paintings, sculptures and other art forms, thereby giving you the vibe of a gallery. Each room is a haven where you can relax and rejuvenate and is sans any noise or chaos. For a comfortable yet budget stay, Hotel-Pension Dittberner is certainly the best bet. For rates, reservations and other information, check website.
Not every hotel around Kurfürstendamm is exclusive and expensive. This is proved by the small and moderately priced Ahorn Hotel, a modern establishment which offers both regular hotel rooms and apartments with separate kitchenette for longer stays. Guests benefit from the central location, but have to manage without certain services. Apart from breakfast, there is no catering in the hotel, although this shouldn't matter too much as the entire area is brimming with restaurants and cafés.
Due to its proximity to the International Conference Centre, there are a lot of hotels at the upper end of Kantstraße. One of these is the Kanthotel, part of the Best Western Hotel chain. This is a new building with comfortable, modern rooms and sound-proof windows which cut out noise from the busy street below. The centre of western Berlin is just a couple of bus stops away. Around the corner is Wilmersdorfer Straße, a pedestrian precinct which is still good for shopping, although it has seen better days.
A small temple of luxury housed in a former cathedral in the heart of what was once west Berlin's city center. The hotel has a Mediterranean architecture and romantic flair, enlivened by Florentine murals and outstanding design. Pets are allowed for a fee.
Situated in one of Kurfürstendamm's quiet and distinguished side streets, Hotel Bleibtreu is one of Berlin's finest mid-range establishments. "Global travelers, artists and business people" (as the hotel describes its clientele) are likely to be overwhelmed by the ornately decorated rooms. The attention to detail is remarkable, as is shown by the wardrobe handles made from semi-precious stones, exclusively designed for the Bleibtreu and hand-made in Italy. Every floor has its own unique color scheme. Further delights await guests in the espresso bar and bagel shop.