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The Highlight at the andel’s Hotel in Berlin is our sky.bar on the 14th floor with a fantastic view over Berlin and its city lights.
Here you can enjoy fruity cocktails, delicious drinks and classic beverages with your business partners after the long day at IFA .
Our special for this event is to get a Cocktail for free, if you use your foursquare and check in in our sky.bar with 3 persons at the same time and order three of them and pay just for two.
This specials works from Sunday till Thursday.
The sky.bar has a seating capacity for 73 people and can also be reserved exclusively for private events.
Opening Hours: daily 6.00 p.m. – 2.00 a.m.Andel’s – sky bar Landsberger Allee 106 10369 Berlin Tel.: +49 30 453 053 2614 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Café Hardenberg, conveniently situated a mere five minute walk from « Am Zoo/Kurfürstendamm », combines friendly and efficient service with delicious and extremely good value food from a varied menu in a relaxed atmosphere, steeped in genuine, old-world charm.
The Hardenberg serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, to a background of music ranging from classical and jazz through to funk, rock and soul, depending on the time of day.
Popular with students from the nearby university, the Hardenberg represents a slice of the friendly, real and open-hearted character of Berlin.Café Hardenberg Hardenbergstr. 10 10623 Berlin Tel: +49 30 31 22 644
Situated in the hippest hangout district of Berlin, Fiedrichshain, ČSA is an excellent cocktail bar. The ČSA bar is a little bit off the track, but still very easy to reach by Berlin’s transport system. To get a true feel of any city, it is important to go off the beaten path and the tourist hotspots. Prenzlauer Berg, Friedrichshain and Mitte will surprise you with the wide variety of bars and restaurants. And what’s more, you do not have to spend a fortune to have a great night out.
The bar is tastefully decorated in a retro-soviet style which is to be expected because the building was once home to the Czechoslovakia’s National Airline, hence the name ČSA bar. Much of the décor dates from the 1950s with table-tops made from wooden doors.
At the bar there are over 100 cocktails and if you are one of those people that cannot make a decision given the huge choice, just ask the staff, or even better, tell them what kind of flavours you prefer and be ready to be surprised with an excellent cocktail because the staff are every bit as sophisticated as the decor.ČSA bar
96 Karl-Marx Allee 10243 Berlin Tel: +49 30 290 447 41 email@example.com www.csa-bar.de