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SO/ Berlin Das Stue

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    SO/ Berlin Das Stue
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    SO/ Berlin Das Stue
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SO/ Berlin Das Stue is tucked away into a lush corner of the city’s embassy district, bordering the Tiergarten Park and the Zoologischer Garten Berlin. In fact, Das Stue’s modern wing faces the zoo’s outdoor exhibits that display ostriches, antelopes, and Przewalski horses. Guests can stroll past the zoo to view the many different embassies that fill the city’s vibrant Embassy Quarter. The hotel’s central location in Berlin places it within a short distance from numerous cultural institutions, such as the Kulturforum and the Berlin Philharmonic. Shopping enthusiasts will marvel at the many shopping centers and stores situated nearby, like the Kurfürstendamm and the legendary KaDeWe. Guests can also visit many famous landmarks, which allow for guests to delve deeply into German history. Places like Potsdamer Platz and the Brandenburg Gate are within walking distance of the hotel. There is always something exciting to do outside of the SO/ Berlin Das Stue!

Tiergarten Park
Tiergarten Park is a verdant oasis nestled in the center of Berlin. Originally a royal hunting ground for the Dukes of Prussia, Tiergarten Park has been a city park since the early 19th century. Tiergarten Park offers picturesque, tree-lined paths to stroll down and beautiful moments to gaze upon. The park is just a short walk away from the hotel.

Zoologischer Garten Berlin
Within Tiergarten Park resides the Zoologischer Garten Berlin (Berlin Zoological Garden), Germany’s oldest zoo. Built in 1844, the zoo and its aquarium are the most visited in all of Europe. Guests staying at the Das Stue can enter into the zoo directly from the hotel.

Potsdamer Platz
Beginning in the 18th century, Potsdamer Platz served as an important thoroughfare connecting Berlin to Potsdam. This changed, however, during World War II and the subsequent Cold War, when Potsdamer Platz suffered from serious neglect. But Potsdamer Platz received new life upon the reunification of Germany, as entrepreneurs invested heavily into the space for the development of new businesses and cultural venues. The area now features countless places to shop and visit, including primer museums, concert halls, and art galleries.

Brandenburg Gate
Since the reunification of Germany in 1990, the Brandenburg Gate has emerged as one of the most important monuments throughout the country. Constructed in the late 1700s along the Unter den Linden, the monument today represents national peace and unity among Germans following the Cold War.

Kulturforum
Constructed in during the mid-20th century, the Kulturforum possesses an impressive array of cultural institutions that highlight the best of German culture. Within the complex, guests can find such esteemed buildings, like the Berliner Philharmonie and the Neue Nationalgalerie. Additional cultural attractions like Potsdamer Platz and the Brandenburg Gate are located nearby.

Berliner Philharmonie
The Berliner Philharmonie is home to the famous Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. The building itself consists of two different concert halls, the Grand Hall and the Chamber Music Hall, which together can house just over 3,600 people. First built in 1960, the Berliner Philharmonie hosts thousands of guests every year.

Kurfürstendamm
For centuries, the Kurfürstendamm served as the royal bridle path to the Jagdschloss Grunewald, a royal palace in the center of Berlin. Starting in the late 1880s, though, enterprising merchants transformed the pathway into a bustling boulevard lined with numerous businesses. Today, the Kurfürstendamm features dozens of boutique shops, restaurants, and art galleries that continue uninterrupted along the boulevard for more than two miles.

KaDeWe
While the Kurfürstendamm is Berlin’s most famous shopping center, the KaDeWe is the city’s most famous department store. Short for Kaufhaus des Westens (“Department Store of the West” in English), KaDeWe has provided the finest luxury goods to Berliners since 1907. With two, massive floors filled entirely with rare merchandise, KaDeWe is among the best places to shop in Europe.


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