Archive for August, 2014

Upcoming events in Berlin

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

Hey Friends! :)


Today we would like to show you some nice things (you shouldnt miss) that will happen the next days. There will be food, there will be art and there will be culture. So here is our top 3 things for the next days….


1. Street Food Thursday


Every Thursday evening from 5pm-10pm  the market hall Nine (Markthalle 9) becomes a platform for all those who dedicate themselves without on-site restaurant and large starting capital but with even more creativity to their passion: cooking! The appeal of the matter is, of course, to try lots of little things from various corners of the world for little money. Affordable for all – a democratic restaurant. “Street Food”.
Specifically, this means British Pies, Thai Tapioca Dumplings, Mexican tacos, Allgäu cheese noodles, Peruvian ceviche, Nigerian Fufu, American Barbeque, Korean Buns and much more, and especially every Thursday something new!


Street Food Thursday + Facebook


2. Aquarella Berlin


Since 2011, the “city foundation Berlin” and Berlins biggest shipping company “Riedel” organize a unique light-water-music show. This year the whole event will take place on the 29th and 30th of August. There will be a magnificent boat parade and a beautiful ship ballet that connect sightseeing, food and music. Tickets will cost 40€. Just have a look at these fotos. Some of them are just breathtaking. This is a really unique experience you should not miss…


Fotos of the Aquarella 2013


Aquarella Website / Tickets


3. 10 years Berghain


Berlins best and world famous Club “Berghain” celebrates its 10th birthday this year. Therefore the “Berghain” presents a big art exhibition showing many fotos of the history of this mystical place. Everyboday is welcome. No one has to wait for 2 hours. Entry form 4pm – 11pm. A ticket costs 5€.




For more INFO just ask at the reception….


Have some great days! :)

Things you should do while you are in Berlin

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

Hey Friends! :)


as evrybody knows, Berlin offers a wide range of culture and history. But after you have seen all these things there are a lot more things to explore. Here we show you 3 things you should not miss during your stay.


1. David Bowie exhibition


The David Bowie exhibition at “Martin-Gropius-Bau” was extended till the 24th of August. David Bowieis the first exhibition about Bowie’s extraordinary career and celebrates one of the most pioneering and influential artists of modern times. Relying on state-of-the-art multimedia technology David Bowie creates an immersive exhibition experience focusing on Bowie’s numerous disciplines and forms of expression. It demonstrates his creative process, shifting styles and collaborative work with designers and artists in the field of fashion, sound, graphics, theatre and film.


David Bowie Berlin


2. EXIT: Search, Detect, Solve, Escape


One Team, one room, one mission and on hour of time. This is a new fun activity that has startet growing in Japan. It was as successfully as it now finds its way to the rest of the world. And of course Berlin is one city where you can find on of these places. You can find this place at “Lehrter Str. 16“. The scenarios can be played in German and in English. You would have to reserve it.




3. Bite Club


Every second Monday of a month next to “Badeschiff” at the “Arena” area, the Bite Club offers a space to enjoy treat foods from local traders and partake of convivial evening drinks. they are constantly on the hunt for the newest and best of Berlin’s food traders and trucks, their core of regulars are joined by new members at each edition, complemented by specialist wine and rum bars. Just check out their website for more INFO and dates.


Bite Club


If you need directions, ask us at the reception.


Have a nice day!! 😀

Potsdamer Schlössernacht 2014

Monday, August 4th, 2014

In about 2 weeks, on the 16th of August, Potsdam and the Park Sanssouci will host the annual “Schlössernacht” (Palaces by Night) for the 16th time. Nowhere Prussia’s Baroque is more dazzling, lush and romantic than in the park of Sanssouci. Palaces and Gardens present themselves in a landscape of incomparable harmony. The former summer paradise of the Prussian kings near the capital Berlin is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Once a year, you can experience a magnificently illuminated park in a romantic mood night. Again there will be concerts and dance performances with drama and literature lectures. As every year on the night before the “Schlössernacht” there will be a kick-off concert. This year performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.


Hundreds of actors make the nightly program of the Potsdam Castle Night. Masks and costumes of bygone eras meet the visitors – from the orangery to the New Palace, the Chinese House to the Roman Baths, from the gallery to the Church of Peace. Even the trees are starting to talk. They tell how they came to this place, in this unique park landscape, devised by the great landscape architect Peter Lenne. English park architecture mingles with ancient Near Eastern and Roman-Latin influences. An opportunity for visitors to stroll like Prussia’s King Frederick the Great did.


At midnight big fireworks is shown infront of the New Palace.This much is certain: Those who visit Sanssouci that night, reserves unforgettable images in their heads. A ticket will cost 46,20€. Which is a fair price for a special event like this….


For more Information just ask at the reception or have a look at this link!


16th Potsdamer Schlössernacht