The perfect location
Located in the centre of Berlin, the hotel is only a stone’s throw from the Spree by train station Friedrichstraße.
Established in 1910, the house first welcomed guests as a hospice at Friedrichstraße station. It was founded by the Berlin City Mission, which still owns and runs the hotel today. Besides housing business people, families and women travelling alone, famous characters such as the US civil rights activist Martin Luther King have also stayed there. The former hospice, now rebranded as martas Hotel Albrechtshof Berlin, has retained its historic elegance and charm.
The hotel has a total of 99 stylish and modern rooms, some of which offer barrier-free access. It also has an inhouse restaurant and six function rooms. Its central location makes the hotel an ideal starting point for urban discovery tours.
“A calm retreat in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the city. Whether you laze in our idyllic courtyard garden or at the bar, an overnight stay at the martas Hotel Albrechtshof will allow you to relax and unwind.”