11 Grunerstraße (0.2 km from Berliner Fernsehturm)
In a prime location in the center of Berlin Motel One Berlin-Alexanderplatz provides free WiFi throughout the property and a bar. The property is around a 15-minute walk from German Historical Museum 0.
Dircksenstr. 36 (0.3 km from Berliner Fernsehturm)
This hotel next to Berlin's famous Alexanderplatz square offers modern rooms with a flat-screen TV. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi and great public transport connections.
Rosa-luxemburg-straße 3 First Floo (0.3 km from Berliner Fernsehturm)
Located in central Berlin this spacious apartment is 300 metres from Alexanderplatz and many places to shop eat and dance. Luxx in Berlin is situated on the first floor of a restored building with high ceilings and large windows.
Rochstraße 9 (0.3 km from Berliner Fernsehturm)
Alexanderplatz Fresh Adorable Studio is located in Berlin just a 9-minute walk from Neues Museum and 0.6 miles from Alexanderplatz Metro Station. The property is close to several well-known attractions a 9-minute walk from Pergamon Museum 1.
Rosa-Luxemburg-Str. 9-13 (0.4 km from Berliner Fernsehturm)
Stylish rooms and apartments with kitchenettes are offered at Lux 11 as well as a designer boutique. It is 656 feet from Alexanderplatz Square in Berlin’s Mitte district.
Rosenstraße 1 (0.4 km from Berliner Fernsehturm)
A 5-minute walk from Berlin’s Alexanderplatz Square and the lively Hackescher Markt area this hotel offers a sauna area massage services and free WiFi.
Alexanderplatz 7 (0.4 km from Berliner Fernsehturm)
This 4-star-superior hotel offers 3 restaurants a spa and air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TVs. It is Berlin's tallest hotel and is located directly on Alexanderplatz Square.
AM Nussbaum 5 (0.4 km from Berliner Fernsehturm)
Along with free WiFi the 3 star superior Hotel Nikolai Residence offers rooms in an extremely central location just a 10-minute walk from Alexanderplatz Square. The Fernseher Turm TV tower is only 1640 feet away.
The Berliner Fernsehturm is a television tower located in the city of Berlin, Germany. At 368 meters (1,207 ft), it is the tallest structure in Germany and the third-tallest structure in Europe. It was built between 1965 and 1969 by the German Democratic Republic (GDR) government as a symbol of the city's third nation status. Since its opening in 1969, it has become one of Berlin's most recognizable landmarks and an important tourist destination.
The tower stands on Alexanderplatz, close to Potsdamer Platz, in central Berlin. The distinctive shape of the tower consists of a steel cone atop a concrete shaft for most of its height, with an enclosed steel sphere at its top, housing a tv studio and observation deck for visitors. The observation deck provides spectacular views over Berlin, on clear days up to 42 km away. The tower also houses several restaurants and cafes as well as souvenir shops selling Berlin merchandise and memorabilia from previous eras.
Constructed from reinforced concrete and steel profiles, the tower is constructed with four major support legs that hold up its weight against wind force. A glass elevator inside one of these supports takes visitors up to the observation deck at 203 meters above ground level where you can enjoy sweeping panoramic views over Germany’s capital city. While there are many other tall buildings in Europe that offer similar viewing opportunities such as London's Shard or Eiffel Tower in Paris—the Fernsehturm stands out due to its unique design and construction that makes it visible from all parts of town no matter where you are.
With almost 3 million visitors each year the Tower is not only an iconic landmark but also an important part of German history during the Cold War period when tensions between East and West were at their highest point since World War II ended twenty years earlier. Today it serves as both a reminder of this part of German history as well as being an essential part of present-day life in Berlin—a beacon for visitors exploring one of Europe's greatest cities!