…sincere hospitality in the heart of Berlin
Sleep, reside and meet in the heart of the German capital - rich in history, our Hotel Albrechtshof in Berlin's Mitte district awaits you! After being founded as a hospice as early as 1910 with the support of affluent friends of the Berlin City Mission, the hotel has exhibited the extent it features today since 1913. Probably the most famous guest, civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King met here, at the "Hospiz am Bahnhof Friedrichstraße" ("Hospice at the Friedrichstraße station"), with spokesmen of the church during his only visit to East Berlin in 1964.
Today, our hotel provides more than 98 tastefully appointed modern rooms, as well as over six conference rooms suitable for up to 80 persons. Whether you are a lover of culture, of shopping or a reveler - Berlin offers a range of amusements suiting all tastes - as does our hotel with different arrangements.
Discover all facets of Berlin: From Brandenburger Tor, the famous icon of Berlin, to Gendarmenmarkt up to the Reichstag. Likewise, Alexanderplatz, the KaDeWe, Museum Island, Potsdamer Platz or, right next to it, the Bundestag featuring its impressive glass dome, invite guests to visit and marvel. Whether on foot, by bus or by boat: our hotel in Berlin's Mitte district, right next to the Friedrichstraße station, represents the ideal starting point to discover all of Germany's vibrant capital.
After an exciting day in Berlin, our hotel provides a place of calmness for you to relax and the hotel's own Restaurant ALvis looks forward to pamper you with local culinary treats. Here, you can feel at home on your vacation!
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[Translate to English:] 360° Ansicht - Rezeption im Hotel Albrechtshof
[Translate to English:] Tägliche Morgenandacht
[Translate to English:] Als Unternehmen der Berliner Stadtmission und zugehörig zum Verband christlicher Hoteliers, freuen wir uns, dass wir tägliche Morgenandachten im Hotel Albrechtshof anbieten können. An jedem Wochentag von 8:15 - 8:30 Uhr begleitet ein Missionar der Berliner Stadtmission die interessierten Gäste durch ein Bibelwort, gemeinsames Gebet und Gesang in der Martin-Luther-King Kapelle.