The nhow Berlin is a modern masterpiece by renowned interior architect Karim Rashid. The hotel is ideally situated on the banks of the river Spree, with views across the water and Berlin’s Friedrichshain district.
This is Europe’s first hotel dedicated to music, so you will encounter musical theming everywhere you look.
With so much on your doorstep, you may never want to leave the nhow! Its terraces, bars and restaurants overlook the river. You can relax in the hotel’s Art Gallery, or take it easy in the spa. For the more energetic, you can test yourself in the gym, working your way through the top-grade Precor workout equipment.
Then try a cocktail at the Envy bar overlooking the Oberbaum Bridge, where the wide selection of spirits is as unconventional and colourful as the Bar’s design. Or head for Fabrics, the home of international cuisine with a regional touch, where you’ll find the ideal blend of quality ingredients and natural flavours.
Reception is open 24/7, so whenever wanderlust takes you, ask reception to give you an insider’s view of the authentic city hotspots. The concierge can hire you a bike.
WiFi is free, throughout the hotel, and you can check in any time from 3pm (check-out is before noon).
There are two airports within easy reach of our hotel, both just 17km (and around half an hour’s travel) away. If arriving by air, take a bus from Tegel Airport towards Alexanderplatz, getting off at Berlin Main Train Station. Then catch the S5 towards Strausberg or the S75 towards Wartenberg.
Exit at Warschauer Straße station and you are just 300m from your destination (via Stralauer Allee on your left). If you land at Schönefeld Airport, take the S9 train towards Pankow, changing at Ostkreuz for the S5 to Westkreuz. As above, get off at Warschauer Straße station and take the short 300 metre walk down Stralauer Allee to the hotel. Trains leave every 20 minutes and cost €2,80 per person.
Berlin’s main train station is 8 kms away. Three routes will bring you to your destination: the S5 to Strausberg; the S7 to Ahrensfelde; or the S75 to Wartenberg. In each case, get off at Warschauer Straße and walk the 300 metres down S tralauer Allee to the hotel: each trip takes around 15 minutes.
Ostbahnhof, the nearest railway station, is less than two kilometres away. If this is your arrival point, catch the S3 to Friedrichshagen, S7 to Ahrensfelde or the S75 to Wartenberg and get off at Warschauer Straße. Then walk the 300 metres down Stralauer Allee to the hotel. Trains leave every 10 min and cost €2,10 per person If you take the underground, your stop is Warschauer Straße.
The hotel address for your satnav is Nhow Berlin, Stralauer Allee 3, 10245. If you drive into Berlin from the north you need to join the A10 Berliner Ring and take exit 35 to Pankow. Continue on the A114/B109 which merges onto Prenzlauer.
Promenade/Prenzlauer Allee. Go straight on, and turn left at Danziger Strasse. Then after 5 km, turn left at Stralauer Allee. The hotel will be on your right. If arriving from the south, take exit 23 from the A100, marked Britzer Damm, and merge onto the B179. Turn right at Hermannplatz (continuing on the B179). At the roundabout take the first exit into Skalitzer Straße. After crossing the bridge turn right at Stralauer Allee. The hotel will be on your right.From the west, you need to take exit 20 on the A100, signed for Tempelhofer Damm. Merge onto the B96 and turn right at B179 Tempelhofer Ufer. At the roundabout take the second exit into Skalitzer Straße. After crossing the bridge, turn right at Stralauer Allee. The hotel will be on your right. Should you arrive from the east, head round the B10 Berliner Ring until you see exit B1/B5, marked Hellersdorf/Zentrum. Continue for 20 km, then turn left at B96a/ Warschauer Straße. Continue onwards, then turn left at Stralauer Allee. The hotel will be on your right. Limited hotel parking is available on a first come, first served basis, and costs €16 per day. f you would like to request to reserve a car parking space then please email email@example.com
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