Ameron Hotel Abion Spreebogen Berlin

Berlin Hotel
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ChainIndependent / Other
Brand
Other Affiliation
Built1994
Renovated2018
Total Meeting Space2,500 sq. m
Guest Rooms243
Alt-Moabit 99
Berlin 10559

Ameron Hotel Abion Spreebogen Berlin

Berlin Hotel
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09/01/2018 – 11/30/2018

Need Dates

  • 10/15/201810/31/2018
  • 12/03/201803/31/2019

Ratings

DEHOGA(Deutscher Hotel- und Gaststättenverband)
4
Northstar
3

Amenities

Room Features and Guest Services

  • Calls (Toll-Free)
  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Ocean or Water)
  • Voicemail Box

Facilities

  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Pet Friendly
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Services

  • AV Capabilities

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Spa or Salon

Venue Accessible By

  • Airport Shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train

Equipment

  • Dance Floor
  • Piano
  • Portable Heaters
  • Portable Walls
  • Staging Area

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space2,500 sq. m
Meeting Rooms10
Largest Room805 sq. m
Second Largest Room744 sq. m
Space (Private)Available

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms243
Singles (1 Bed)3
Doubles (2 Beds)240
Suites23
Single (1 Bed) Rate€129.00 – €255.00
Double (2 Beds) Rate€149.00 – €275.00

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Nearby


Local Attractions

Tegel Airport (TXL)

Airport
19 minutes away
Berlin Tegel "Otto Lilienthal" Airport (German: Flughafen Berlin-Tegel „Otto Lilienthal“) (IATA: TXL, ICAO: EDDT) is the main international airport of Berlin, the federal capital of Germany. It formerly served West Berlin. The airport is named after Otto Lilienthal and is the fourth busiest airport in Germany with just over 20.7 million passengers in 2014. In 2017 Berlin Tegel handled 20.5 million passengers. The airport is a hub for Eurowings as well as base for EasyJet, and Germania. It features flights to several European metropolitan and leisure destinations as well as some intercontinental routes. It is situated in Tegel, a section of the northern borough of Reinickendorf, 8 km (5.0 mi) northwest of the city centre of Berlin. Tegel Airport is notable for its hexagonal main terminal building around an open square, which makes walking distances as short as 30 m (98 ft) from the aircraft to the terminal exit. The airport was scheduled to close in June 2012 after Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) opened, but due to ongoing delays with BER, the future of Tegel is uncertain. A campaign was launched to keep Tegel Airport open, which gathered signatures for a referendum for voters to decide on the future of the airport. While the referendum was non-binding, it did result in a majority of votes cast in favor of keeping Tegel open and the city government subsequently announced to look into the possibilities of doing that again. However, the two other airport shareholders – the German federal state as well as the state of Brandenburg – already declined any change of plans and confirmed the planned closure of Tegel. Future plans also involve the redevelopment of Berlin Tegel Airport into the Urban Tech Republic, 221 hectares of building land will be available for up to 800 companies with some 17,500 employees in the Research and Industrial Park alone. In the central airport terminal, the Beuth University of Applied Sciences will establish the scientific core of the new technology park, with up to 2,500 students. It is envisaged that the adjoining areas will be used both for research and development and for manufacturing companies. Berlin TXL will also make an 80 hectares area available for industrial uses – the largest single inner-city development area in Berlin. source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berlin_Tegel_Airport
Berlin, DE

Main train station (Hauptbahnhof)

Recreation
2 km away
Berlin Hauptbahnhof (About this sound listen) (English: Berlin Central Station is the main railway station in Berlin, Germany. It came into full operation two days after a ceremonial opening on 26 May 2006. Berlin Hauptbahnhof is the largest train station in Europe. It is located on the site of the historic Lehrter Bahnhof, and until it opened as a main line station, it was a stop on the Berlin S-Bahn suburban railway temporarily named Berlin Hauptbahnhof–Lehrter Bahnhof. The station is operated by DB Station&Service, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn AG, and is classified as a Category 1 station, one of 21 in Germany and four in Berlin, the others being Berlin Gesundbrunnen, Berlin Südkreuz and Berlin Ostbahnhof. Lehrter Bahnhof (Lehrte Station) opened in 1871 as the terminus of the railway linking Berlin with Lehrte, near Hanover, which later became Germany's most important east-west main line. In 1882, with the completion of the Stadtbahn (City Railway, Berlin's four-track central elevated railway line, which carries both local and main line services), just north of the station, a smaller interchange station called Lehrter Stadtbahnhof was opened to provide connections with the new line. This station later became part of the Berlin S-Bahn. In 1884, after the closure of nearby Hamburger Bahnhof (Hamburg Station), Lehrter Bahnhof became the terminus for trains to and from Hamburg. Following heavy damage during World War II, limited services to the main station were resumed, but then suspended in 1951. In 1957, with the railways to West Berlin under the control of East Germany, Lehrter Bahnhof was demolished, but Lehrter Stadtbahnhof continued as a stop on the S-Bahn. In 1987, it was extensively renovated to commemorate Berlin's 750th anniversary. After German reunification it was decided to improve Berlin's railway network by constructing a new north-south main line, to supplement the east-west Stadtbahn. Lehrter Stadtbahnhof was considered to be the logical location for a new central station. source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berlin_Hauptbahnhof
Europaplatz 1
Berlin, DE 10557

Brandenburg Gate

Historical Landmark
3 km away
The Brandenburg Gate (German: Brandenburger Tor) is an 18th-century neoclassical monument in Berlin, built on the orders of Prussian king Frederick William II after the (temporarily) successful restoration of order during the early Batavian Revolution.[1] One of the best-known landmarks of Germany, it was built on the site of a former city gate that marked the start of the road from Berlin to the town of Brandenburg an der Havel, which used to be capital of the Margraviate of Brandenburg. It is located in the western part of the city centre of Berlin within Mitte, at the junction of Unter den Linden and Ebertstraße, immediately west of the Pariser Platz. One block to the north stands the Reichstag building, which houses the German parliament (Bundestag). The gate is the monumental entry to Unter den Linden, the renowned boulevard of linden trees, which led directly to the royal City Palace of the Prussian monarchs. Throughout its existence, the Brandenburg Gate was often a site for major historical events and is today considered not only as a symbol of the tumultuous history of Europe and Germany, but also of European unity and peace. source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brandenburg_Gate
Pariser Platz
Berlin, DE 10117

TV tower

Recreation
5 km away
Close to Alexanderplatz in Berlin-Mitte, the tower was constructed between 1965-69 by the government of the German Democratic Republic (GDR). It was intended to be both a symbol of Communist power and of Berlin. It remains the latter today, as it is easily visible throughout the central and some suburban districts of Berlin. With its height of 368 metres (including antenna) it is the tallest structure in Germany, and the second-tallest structure in the European Union. Of three tallest structures in Europe, it is 0.5m shorter than the Riga Radio and TV Tower, and 8m taller than the Trbovlje Power Station in 2017. The structure is also more than 220 meters higher than the old Berlin Radio Tower in the western part of the city, which was built in the 1920s. In addition to its main function as the location of several radio and television broadcasting stations, the building – internally known as "Fernmeldeturm 32" – serves as a viewing tower with observation deck including a bar at a height of 203 metres, as well as a rotating restaurant. Also, the Berlin TV Tower can be booked as a venue for events. The distinctive city landmark has undergone a radical, symbolic transformation: After German reunification, it changed from a politically charged, national symbol of the GDR into a citywide symbol of a reunited Berlin. Due to its universal and timeless design, it has increasingly been used as a trademark and is identified worldwide with Berlin and Germany. In 1979, the Berlin TV Tower received monument status by the GDR, a status which was perpetuated after the German reunification. The tower has become one of the most prominent symbols of the country and is often in the establishing shot of films set in Berlin, alongside monuments such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Victory Column and the Reichstag building. It is also one of the ten most popular attractions in Germany with more than 1,000,000 visitors every year. Due to its location near Alexanderplatz, it is occasionally called Alex Tower. source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fernsehturm_Berlin
Panoramastr. 1a
Berlin, DE 10178

Distance from Airport

  • 6 km from Venue

Parking

  • Paid Parking
  • Street Parking
  • Bus Parking

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In the district of Mitte/Tiergarten you can find the charming hotel, Ameron Hotel Abion Spreebogen Berlin Waterside on a historical site. This business hotel on the river Spree; centrally located, yet far removed from the big city noise, is a place for rest and relaxation, complete with a private atmosphere and high standard of service. Hotel has 243 elegantly furnished rooms. Hotel is a VDR-certified business hotel, offering various well equipped meeting rooms to host special events and corporate functions.