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Capri By Fraser Berlin

Scharrenstraße 22, Berlin, Berlin State 10178

+1 415-937-6656

Day Room
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Capri By Fraser Berlin
Day Room / Refundable
2
72.45 EUR
Check-in: 10:00am
Check-out: 6:00pm - Same Day
Pay at Hotel No card to book
Day Room
X
Capri By Fraser Berlin
Day Room / Non-Refundable
2
61.95 EUR
Check-in: 10:00am
Check-out: 6:00pm - Same Day
Non-Refundable Card required to book no cancellation
Day Room
X
Capri By Fraser Berlin
Day Room / Refundable
2
61.95 EUR
Check-in: 10:00am
Check-out: 4:00pm - Same Day
Pay at Hotel No card to book
Day Room
X
Capri By Fraser Berlin
Day Room / Non-Refundable
2
51.45 EUR
Check-in: 10:00am
Check-out: 4:00pm - Same Day
Non-Refundable Card required to book no cancellation

Max. Occupancy of 2 People. See Booking Policy For More Details

* Rates Include Tax.

Hotel Amenities

Hotel Description

The Capri by Fraser Berlin hotel is located in the heart of Berlin. The multiple excellent historical and artistic museums in the vicinity of the day use rooms present a perfect opportunity for visitors into history. Even the lobby brings archaeology to life, with a glass-covered site of archaeological interest adding a unique flavour to the hotel. There’s also on-site dining, fitness and business centres, and free Wi-Fi for your convenience.

Neighborhood

  • Diverse Dining – Day room guests can dine within the hotel, and those exploring the local area have plenty of restaurants to sate their hunger. You can sink your teeth into authentic German cuisine, from octopus salad to fried goat cheese, at Rotisserie Weingrün, with regional dishes, a beer garden, and a 13th century venue at Zur Gerichtslaube. Sinophiles can find Chinese treats over at Jolly, whilst vegans can satisfy their appetites at Quy Nguyen.

  • Famous Heritage – The Brandenburg Gate (also known as Brandenburger Tor) is a landmark 18th century gate, perhaps the most famous location in all Berlin. Twelve Doric columns support the roof, atop which the winged statue of Victory drives a chariot of four horses. Northward is the Berlin Wall Memorial (Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer), a specially preserved stretch of the notorious man-made barrier that once cut the city in two during the Cold War.

  • Museum Island – The hotel itself resides on Museum Island, a small island in the Spree River that also plays host to a quintet of top class museums. Visitors can tour the 15th century Berlin Palace, a former royal and imperial home that now offers tours and exhibits, or delve further into the past admiring the prehistoric archaeology and Egyptian art displayed at the Neues Museum. Classical history fans are catered for too, with Greek and Roman art combined with Persian and Babylonian artefacts housed within the Pergamonmuseum, and if you prefer the Eastern Roman Empire then Byzantine artwork is available to browse at the Bode Museum.

We should mention

  1. On-site dining.

  2. Fitness centre.

  3. Business centre.

  4. Free Wi-Fi.

  5. Limited on-site parking (fee required).

  6. Pet-friendly hotel (fee required).

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