Nestled on Französischer Straße in the heart of Berlin, Titanic Gendarmenmarkt is a contemporary-style hotel that welcomes guests with cosy accommodation and an array of facilities. The hotel sits directly next to the Gendarmenmarkt Square and just a stone’s throw from the Friedrichstraße and the Unter den Linden. Staying here, guests are also well-connected to other parts of the city as the two metro stations are nearby.
Guests can kick back in one of the elegant rooms that feature wooden furniture and warm colour tones. The rooms come fitted out with flat-screen TVs, work desks, minibars, safes, and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Each bedroom boasts classically-decorated en suite bathroom with a rainforest shower and hairdryer.
Appetites are catered to at an on-site restaurant, Beef Grill Club that offers steakhouse-style dishes with a twist and aims at providing fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere. A wide selection of wines as well as traditional cocktails can be also ordered to complement each meal.
Must be 18 or older with a valid ID for alcohol
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Famous for its many museums, galleries and a wide variety of cultural and architectural landmarks, Berlin is a popular destination amongst culture seekers. As well as offering countless sightseeing opportunities, the city has a unique nightlife scene, with many bars, clubs and live music events providing locals and tourists with entertainment throughout the year.
Around Christmas time, travellers may choose from up to 60 different Christmas markets, the most famous being Charlottenburg Castle Christmas Market, where a multitude of Christmas tree decorations, traditional souvenirs, local delicacies and mulled wine may be enjoyed in a cheery atmosphere, with carols and bright lights around.
Shopping fans may visit designer boutiques on Kurfürstendamm, one of the most famous avenues in Berlin, or find a bargain at one of the flea markets in Mauer Park. The Cathedral, Berlin’s largest church, boasts artistic furnishings, including a Sauer organ and a 70-metre dome featuring colourful mosaics. Tourists can also head to Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site consisting of five of the city’s most important museums. Here, visitors can admire classical antiquities, excavated findings of the Near East, Islamic art and much more. Baroque gardens and art collections dating back to the 18th-century France can be admired at the Charlottenburg Palace, while nature enthusiasts may take to the nearby trails of Grunewald forest.