With a central location between Alexanderplatz and Museum Island, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin is within easy reach of the city centre’s top attractions. In fact, you can enjoy one impressive attraction right in the hotel lobby: the AquaDom, the world’s largest freestanding cylindrical aquarium. This towering glass centrepiece teems with colourful sea life – a magical sight that will get your stay in Berlin off to a memorable start.
Radisson Blu Hotel
D-10178, Berlin, Germany
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Taxi Fares from the City to Schönefeld Airport
From City West (Station Zoo): about €45 Euros
From City East (Alexanderplatz): about €43 Euros
From Schönefeld Airport, follow the covered walkway to the train station. Take the S9 train to S Hackescher Markt station; it runs every 20 minutes. From there walk 500 meters to the hotel.
The journey takes around 40 minutes. The fastest route is usually via A113.
By train and tram:
Take either the RE 7 or the RB 14 Airport Express train to Alexanderplatz station; they run twice an hour and take just under 30 minutes. From Alexanderplatz head down Karl Loebknecht Strasse towards the River Spree on a 10-minute walk. The hotel is on the right, just before the bridge. Alternatively, take M4, M5, or M6 tram just one stop from S+U Alexanderplatz Bhf/Gontardstr to Spandauer Str./Marienkirche; the hotel is then just around the corner on Karl Loebknecht Strasse.
Take TXL bus outside Terminal A or B to Hauptbahnhof/Central Station. At Hauptbahnhof, take bus 245 towards Mitte Memhardstraße and disembark at the Spandauer Straße/Marienkirche stop, which is a 2-minute walk across the street from the hotel.
The quickest way to get from Tegel Airport to the hotel is by taxi. Expect a 30-minute journey, depending on traffic.
Taxi Fares from the City to Tegel Airport
From City West (Station Zoo): about €21 Euros
From City East (Alexanderplatz): about €25 Euros
A journey usually takes 30 minutes, depending on the traffic. The fastest route is usually via Saatwinkler Damm.
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