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18 Elisabethkirchstraße (0.08 km from Berlin Wall)

Set in Berlin 400 metres from Memorial of the Berlin Wall and 1.3 km from Natural History Museum SUITE & APART offers a restaurant city views and free WiFi.

Good 36 reviews
Grand Central Mitte Apartment
Grand Central Mitte Apartment

Torstrasse 156 (0.41 km from Berlin Wall)

These modern apartments are centrally located in Berlin near many shops and restaurants in the Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg districts. Grand Central Mitte Apartment is quiet and light-filled and features many design pieces and accessories.

Good 180 reviews

Torstraße 136 (0.49 km from Berlin Wall)

Free Wi-Fi and rooms with a flat-screen TV are offered at this design hotel in the centre of Berlin. Hotel MANI by AMANO is just a 5-minute walk from Hackescher Markt.

Very good 324 reviews
Berlin Apartments Mitte
Berlin Apartments Mitte

Different Locations In (0.50 km from Berlin Wall)

These fully equipped apartments are located in the Mitte district of central Berlin. All apartments feature free Wi-Fi and a modern kitchenette. Berlin Apartments Mitte have between 1 and 2 rooms. All feature a washing machine.

Good 88 reviews
Hotel Grenzfall
Hotel Grenzfall

Ackerstr. 136 (0.50 km from Berlin Wall)

Hotel Grenzfall lies in the central Mitte district of Berlin steps from the Berlin Wall documentation centre. It offers modern rooms and a restaurant with a bar and terrace. All rooms at the Hotel Grenzfall include satellite TV and internet access.

Very good 72 reviews
Raja Jooseppi Apartments
Raja Jooseppi Apartments

Brunnenstr. 44 (raja Jooseppi) (0.52 km from Berlin Wall)

These fully equipped apartments lie in the central Mitte district of Berlin. They are within a 10-minute walk of the lively Kastanienallee. The Raja Jooseppi Resort offers apartments of various sizes.

Very good 110 reviews
Hotel Adelante Berlin-Mitte
Hotel Adelante Berlin-Mitte

Borsigstr. 1 (0.52 km from Berlin Wall)

Good 116 reviews
Gorki Apartments
Gorki Apartments

Weinbergsweg 25 (0.53 km from Berlin Wall)

Gorki Apartments are centrally located in Berlin's trendy Mitte district surrounded by numerous bars cafés galleries and shops. Guests can relax in the elegantly furnished apartments.

Superb 195 reviews

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About Hotels in Berlin Wall!

The Berlin Wall was a barrier that divided the German city of Berlin from August 13, 1961 until November 9, 1989. It was constructed by the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) to prevent its citizens from fleeing to West Germany and other parts of Western Europe. The wall consisted of concrete posts and walls, barbed wire fences, guard towers and anti-vehicle trenches. It had a length of 155 km (96 mi), extending from the Baltic Sea south of Schwedt to the end point near Marienborn on the inner-German border. The wall also included a restricted area known as the "death strip," which was patrolled by East German guards who were authorized to use lethal force against anyone trying to escape over or under it.

The purpose of the wall was to both limit access between East and West Berlin and to prevent East Germans from escaping into West Germany - in effect creating a heavily fortified border between East and West. Although psychologically traumatic for many people living in Berlin at the time, it had important economic consequences as well: The flow of goods across this newly created internal border between East and West Germany was severely restricted due to an increase in tariffs on trade goods crossing between their two respective economies. This increased pressure eventually played a role in the fall of communism in Eastern Europe when demonstrations broke out in 1989 leading up to its eventual dismantling later that year.

The construction of this dividing line caused deep divisions within German society, with some people seeing it as necessary for security while others viewed it as an oppressive symbol designed only to restrict freedom. This tension would remain even after its dismantling in 1989, when westerners began visiting what had previously been off limits behind this Cold War symbol. The entire stretch of the former wall is now part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site dedicated to remembering those affected by its presence during one of history's darkest eras.