ONE OF THE MOST ICONIC
GRANDE DAME HOTELS IN EUROPE
Originally Built in 1958 by renowned architects William Pereira and Charles Luckman, it re-opened in 1978 as the InterContinental Berlin, and with its famous chessboard façade it is today, still one of the most iconic and internationally renowned hotels in the German capital.
Over the decades the building has had extensive additions and renovations to ensure this listed iconic landmark hotel is as relevant today as it was in 1958. With unrivalled world-class security, the InterContinental Berlin has been the focus of economic, political and cultural life for decades, perfectly situated in the embassy district between Kurfürstendamm and Potsdamer Platz, it has a first-class reputation for hosting international conferences and events.
The Presidential Suite, equipped with bulletproof windows, doors and walls was opened in 1998 with its first guest being President of the United States, Bill Clinton. Luxury and comprehensive security is also a feature of the 70 rooms and suites that comprise the exclusive Club InterContinental – delivering personalised service and special entrance security to all high-profile visitors.
Over the years, guests have included numerous statesmen and iconic figures, from Alfred Hitchcock to Joe Biden and George Bush, Michael Jackson to Tom Hanks to name just a few.