The Meliá Berlin hotel (opened October 2006) is located in the heart of the German capital just a few minutes walk from famous
monuments and tourist attractions such as the Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island or Alexanderplatz. The Melia is next to the river
Spree where boat companies offer sightseeing trips down the river through the city of Berlin starting very close to the hotel.
The government district with the "Reichstag" and the "Kanzleramt" are also nearby. In the evening, you can enjoy one of the fantastic
performances at the famous theatre "Friedrichstadtpalast". Thanks to its facilities, its central location and the direct connection
to all local public transports, the Meliá Berlin hotel is ideal for both business and leisure guests. A bell boy will welcome you and
help you on arrival, while a concierge provides a tickets service for all of the shows even at very short notice.
The hotel has 20 rooms fully equipped for disabled guests. Accessible guest rooms in warm and welcoming tones and with modern wooden
furnishings. 32m2 room with spacious work desk and ISDN Internet connection. Barrier-free access to all areas of the room, including
a roll in shower and emergency alarm system. Door peephole height adjusted for wheelchair users and barrier- free access to the
bathroom and shower. Berlin very well may be the best city in the world for
20th century history. Berlin is also one of the most wheelchair accessible cities in Europe. The flat topography and heavy bombing
during World War II have resulted in accessible sidewalks, few cobblestones and modern buildings. There are much fewer cobblestone
streets or 100 year old buildings used for hotels and museums than you will find in Paris or Rome. Additionally, public
transportation such as buses and subways provide good disabled access around Berlin. Ninety-five percent of the busses in Berlin
are accessible via a ramp that the driver will lower onto the curb. Both the front and rear doors have ramps. In some instances the
bus can lower to the curb and the floor of the bus may be level with the pavement, and you won’t even need the ramp. Over 50 underground and over 100 train stations are equipped with elevators or ramps, to
provide easy access to the platforms. For
information on travelling by train in Berlin
All rooms provide a small coffee table and 2 armchairs, satellite TV with movies on demand and pay TV and conference system. All rooms with double bed or possibility to set up as twin beds. Other services include
- Direct dial telephone with voice mail
- Flat screen TV with 27 channels and video on demand in 4 languages
- In-room Minibar
- Bedside table and cupboard on both sides of the bed
- Smoke detectors Sprinkler
- All windows may be opened
- Full body mirror
- Bidet, Shower and bathtub
Keep in shape. Wind down. Chill out...The 140 sqm Fitness Centre at the Meliá Berlin is located on the top floor
and enjoys direct access to a large terrace with stunning views over the city. The fitness room is equipped with
high performance equipment, a weights
area and a fitness and running machines: Gym with walking belt, bike, bodybuilding area. Close by is a Finish sauna and a relaxing
zone with access to a balcony. In a separate room we offer a solarium.
Food and Drink
Melia Berlin Hotel offers you a variety of restaurants to choose for every occasion:
Varying breakfast buffet with show-cooking area, Restaurant "Café Madrid", Bar "meliá tapas", serving a wide range of delicious
Spanish tapas and the Lobby Bar. There is a wonderful selection of restaurant and cafes to enjoys as you meander through the streets
and down by the river.
Good for anyone who would enjoy a city break in a central location.
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Commode shower chairs, hoists, scooters and other mobility equipment are available
for hire. This must be arranged at the time of booking your holiday.
Berlin has 2 airports...
Schönefeld Airport is located southeast of town and is used by budget airlines such as EasyJet and Ryannair.
Tegel Airport is located on the northwest side of Berlin and is used by larger airlines including Lufthansa, British Airways,
Continental, and Delta.Airport transfers available in wheelchair adapted vehicles.
Transfer time is approximately 20-30 minutes.
Approximate flight time from London to Berlin is 2 hour 10 min.
Flights available from most UK airports.
Free Phone 0800 622 6000
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