Area Attractions

Located at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin Mitte, Grand Hyatt Berlin offers the ideal starting point for exploring the capital’s history up close. Start your journey by discovering Germany’s momentous past, from the Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie to the East Side Gallery and the monument to the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Grand Hyatt Berlin

Marlene-Dietrich-Platz 2
Berlin, Germany, 10785

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Berlin Fashion & Style

Bergmannstraße

One of the most colorful streets of the capital, in the center of the Kreuzberg district, offers a mixture of cafés, boutiques and second-hand shops. The long-established market hall at the Marheinekeplatz features organic food, delicacies and other local products.

Flea markets

On weekends, the city’s nearly 50 flea markets feature second-hand articles, art and antiques. Highlights include the flea markets at the Mauerpark, the Arkonaplatz and Nowkoelln, as well as the antiques and books market at the Bodemuseum and the first flea market in Berlin on Straße des 17. Juni.

Galeries Lafayette

Discover the famous Parisian store’s only international location with its unique assortment of French and international brands and products, or its indulgent gourmet department of French delicacies. Ask the concierge for our 10 % off voucher!

Hackescher Markt

The area around the Hackesche Höfe (courtyard), featuring designer shops, boutiques and international fashion chains, is a trendy hotspot among fashion lovers. In addition to being suitable for shopping and relaxing in its cafés, the Hackesche Markt also offers an ideal starting point for Berlin’s nightlife.

Classic Arts & Culture

Berlin between East and West

The city’s eventful history can be experienced first-hand at many locations, including the famous Checkpoint Charlie border crossing point, the interactive GDR museum, the Berlin Wall memorial or the Asisi-Panorama, all of which provide a fascinating look back at the Cold War.

Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate)

The emblem of Berlins is the city’s only preserved city gate. During the Cold War, this triumphal arch was an iconic symbol of the divided city.

Dalí Museum

The private museum "Dalí – The Exhibition at Potsdamer Platz" shows more than 450 original exhibits by Salvador Dalí in almost all art techniques. An extensive insight into the oeuvre of the genius artist is given right in Berlin’s lively center.

Explore Berlin as a border crosser

What to See: Visit the Watchtower at Potsdamer Platz

The Berlin Wall is probably the most famous historical landmark in the city. But at Potsdamer Platz, you will not only find this part of history. Here also stands the last remaining watchtower of its kind, a declared historical monument, from where the border between East and West Berlin was secured.

What to Know: Berlin’s first traffic light

Potsdamer Platz is not only about architectural masterpieces. Here you can also find Berlin’s first traffic light, which was built in 1924. In the Roaring Twenties, Potsdamer Platz was one of the busiest traffic knots in Europe. The first traffic light can still be seen at its original spot and is the secret landmark of this special place.

Where to Eat: Berlin’s Currywurst

Currywurst belongs to Berlin like the Eiffel Tower belongs to Paris. Opinions continue to differ on where you can get the best Currywurst in the city. As Potsdamer Platz unites East and West Berlin, you can maybe find the best Curry-compromise in the city at Jamborre Bar, T: +49 30 2553 1572.

What to Bring Home: A part of Berlin’s history

If you would prefer something different to the standard souvenirs like t-shirts or coffee cups, then a hand-crafted single-copy of the Berlin Wall might be a perfect alternative for you. The best part is that you can even paint the bricks by yourself, to provide a very personalized memory of Berlin.

Berlin's Unique Outdoor Scene

Berlin on the water

For relaxed sightseeing instead of a long walk, sail on the Spree or Landwehrkanal beside historic and modern buildings while enjoying the city’s incomparable bridges, unusual shorelines and beautiful cityscape. Our special tip: a historical sightseeing cruise with Stern und Kreisschiffahrt, starting from the Nikolai district.

Bike rental

If you want to discover the city by bike, we provide bikes via our concierge for a fee of € 20 per day.

Fernsehturm (TV Tower)

At 368 m (1,207 ft) tall, the highest building in Germany offers amazing views and the Telecafé, which rotates around its own axis every half hour.

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