Ortner & Ortner's eco-friendly design of the Steigenberger Hotel Am Kanzleramt in Berlin

Steigenberger Hotel Group announced that the German capital acquired a new Steigenberger hotel in the form of a first class property located in Berlin's Europacity district near the main station and the Chancellery. The architectural design for the building was prepared by Ortner & Ortner of Berlin. The Steigenberger Hotel Am Kanzleramt is a four-star superior hotel that extends over a total floor area of over 247,569 square feet, and offers 339 rooms including 23 suites.

The property also has a restaurant area that extends over an area of 7,535 square feet, and has exclusive private dining facilities and an open-cooking station. The hotel similarly offers an 9,149-square-foot conferencing and meeting center, and a 4,306-square-foot ballroom/multi-functional space.

The top floor of the eight-story building is home to the Spa and Health and Beauty Centre, where guests can relax while enjoying direct views over the Federal Chancellery and the River Spree. Some 5,382-square-feet of rental space are available on the ground floor for restaurants and retail outlets.

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The new Steigenberger Hotel Am Kanzleramt has been certified in accordance with the standards of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB) for its sustainable and environmentally friendly design.

Steigenberger Hotels AG is based in Frankfurt am Main and is one of Europe's leading hotel groups. Its portfolio currently contains 99 hotels in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Egypt, China and Dubai, including 12 establishments that are under construction or in the planning phase. The umbrella brand Steigenberger Hotel Group includes the two brands Steigenberger Hotels and Resorts (individual First Class and Deluxe Hotels) and InterCityHotel (hotels in the upper mid-range category located in the direct vicinity of transport hubs such as railway stations and airports).

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