NH Potsdam

Potsdam Hotel
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Total meeting space279 sq. m
Guest rooms143
Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse 88
Potsdam 14467

NH Potsdam

Potsdam Hotel
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Room features and guest services

  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Room service


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessible by

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Total meeting space279 sq. m
Meeting rooms9
Largest room244 sq. m
Second largest room199 sq. m
Space (Private)Available

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms143



Local Attractions


10 minutes away
The district of Babelsberg, the largest area of Potsdam, was famous in the early days of cinema as the home of UFA film studios. Originally developed around Nowawes, an old colony of spinners and weavers, the district's heritage can still be detected near the church on Weberplatz, a modest building constructed in 1753. Other highlights of this delightful area include Babelsberg Park, the third largest in Potsdam, laid out in 1832 and enlarged from 1843 onwards, and Schloss Babelsberg, a Neo-Gothic English-style palace built in 1834.

Neuer Garten and Marmorpalais

10 minutes away
Potsdam's large park, the Neuer Garten (New Garden), lies on the shores of the Heiliger See and covers an area of 253 acres. Splendidly landscaped in the sentimental style of the late 18th century and laid out in 1789, it was meant to reflect the style of a rural English country estate.

Russische Kolonie Alexandrowka

8 minutes away
The houses in the little settlement of Alexandrowka in Potsdam were built to demonstrate the close friendship that existed between the rulers of Germany and Russia, Frederick William III and the Czar Alexander. The houses were based on Russian models, and the settlement was laid out in the form of a St. Andrew's cross.

Schloss Cecilienhof, Neuer Garten

10 minutes away
One of the more interesting of the many other buildings found in Neuer Garten is Schloss Cecilienhof. Built between 1914-17 in the style of an English Tudor country house, Cecilienhof is most famous as the meeting place of the Potsdam Conference of July-August, 1945, between the US (Truman), the UK (Churchill), and the USSR (Stalin) at the end of WWII. The building is wonderfully preserved in the state it was in during the conference - including the main conference room itself - and many artifacts remain in place, along with displays detailing the event and its significance.

Film Museum Potsdam

7 minutes away
In the stunning 17th-century Baroque Marstall, the former Court Stables, Film Museum Potsdam is an excellent resource for film fans. With a worldwide focus, the museum regularly screens international and German movies and has many fascinating exhibits relating to the country's rich cinematic history, including the Babelsberg studio where many of the country's movies have been made over the past 100 years.

Holländisches Viertel (The Dutch Quarter)

2 minutes away
To the north of Bassinplatz lies the famous Dutch Quarter, the Holländisches Viertel, with 134 lovely red brick houses graced by shuttered windows, gables, and white trim. Built between 1737 and 1742 by Dutch craftsmen, the community is the largest collection of Dutch-style homes outside of the Netherlands. Covering four city blocks, it's as popular with tourists as it is locals, who flock here for its numerous boutique shops, quaint cafés, and restaurants.

St. Nicholas Church

Historical landmark
5 minutes away
St. Nicholas Church - the Nikolaikirche - is a Neoclassical church built between 1830-37. The most outstanding feature of this impressive structure is its 77-meter-high dome. Although not re-consecrated until 1981 due to extensive damage during WWII, it's a testament to the city's rich architectural history, a pleasing structure open to visitors for services and sightseeing. In front of the church is an obelisk built in 1753 with the likeness of the principal architects of Potsdam.

Altes Rathaus

Historical landmark
5 minutes away
In Potsdam's Alter Markt - the Old Market Square - stands the former Town Hall, or Altes Rathaus. Now better known as a center for cultural events and activities, this splendid Baroque building was built in 1753 with three-quarter-length Corinthian columns; a tower with a stepped dome; and a gilded figure of Atlas with the world on his back, the one original feature to survive the vagaries of weather and war.

Distance from airport

  • 30 km from venue


  • Paid parking


In the centre of the town, NH Potsdam is directly opposite the Dutch Quarter. Sanssouci Palace is 1.5km away and Berlin City is at 25km. Our hotel offers a historic atmosphere with a high level of comfort in 143 standard rooms. Guests can enjoy a world-class restaurant, a festive lobby bar and eight versatile banquet rooms that can accommodate up to 330 people for private events of any kind. Here you can find the ideal setting for your next event, meeting or seminar. Restaurant Hofgarten is equally suited for romantic dinners, business lunches or a festive outing with friends. The 120-seat dining room features a summer terrace, with room for an additional 50 people.

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