Mark Apart Hotel Berlin

Business & family hotel on Berlin's Kudamm

The three-star Mark Apart Hotel Berlin boasts a central location near the famous shopping promenade Kurfürstendamm as well as spacious rooms. In addition to its 122 rooms in various categories, the hotel has a breakfast restaurant.

The family apartments featuring two separate bedrooms make this establishment popular with families. Parking spaces are available for use by guests in the inner courtyard.

Stylish rooms for business guests or families

The 122 designer-style hotel rooms at the Mark Apart Hotel Berlin are available in three different categories: standard and business ─ each of which can be booked either as single or double rooms ─ as well as apartments 

featuring two separate bedrooms for up to four people. Room sizes vary from 13 to 40 square metres depending on the category. WiFi access is provided throughout.

Varied, freshly prepared breakfast buffet

Every morning, the breakfast restaurant at the Mark Apart Hotel Berlin offers a buffet with a wide selection of foods, 

including freshly-baked bread rolls, cold meats, cheeses and several varieties of muesli alongside daily changing hot dishes.

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Central location off the Kurfürstendamm

The Mark Apart Hotel Berlin is centrally located in the district of Charlottenburg, in a side street just off the popular Kurfürstendamm shopping mile. It boasts excellent road and public transport links: local and long-distance train services

operate from the railway station "Zoologischer Garten", which is only a 15-minute walk from the hotel. Berlin Brandenburg Airport BER can be reached within an hour by public transport.

Shopping and entertainment in western Berlin

There are countless upmarket restaurants, bars and shops around the Kurfürstendamm within walking distance of the hotel. Moreover, the immediate surrounding area is home to some popular tourist attractions on the western side of the city, 

such as the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, the zoo and the Story of Berlin ─ an interactive exhibition about the history of Berlin. The Berlin exhibition grounds, PotsdamerPlatz and Brandenburg Gate are also readily accessible by public transport.