Grand Hyatt Berlin

Category:

Marlene-Dietrich-Platz 2
10785 2

Rooms:
342
Conference rooms:
9

Conference rooms

Name m2
Grand Ballroom B 253 44 54 105 180 220
Grand Ballroom A 490 60 63 250 350 500
Grand Ballroom A + B 743 0 96 350 480 850
Renzo Piano 100 26 30 60 60 90
José Rafael Moneo 88 20 24 33 40 70
Piano - Moneo 188 56 54 99 120 180
Arata Isozaki 60 20 21 24 30 45
Hans Kollhoff 40 8 15 12 20 28
Isozaki - Kollhoff 100 32 33 39 60 73
Richard Rogers 60 20 21 24 30 45
Boardroom 60 18 0 0 0 0
Bibliothek 135 20 27 51 80 90

Description

Powerful architecture, innovative design, clean-cut lines and first-class natural materials are characteristic of the style of Grand Hyatt Berlin. All suites at the five-star-superior hotel feature contemporary art. The 342 luxurious guestrooms and suites are equipped with the latest BeoVision TV from Bang & Olufsen, and there are also flat-screen TVs in the spacious bathrooms. Vox restaurant is one of Berlin’s hot spots, featuring a show kitchen and serving the freshest sushi. Tizian Restaurant & Lounge serves international classics, while mesa is the table where friends gather to eat and drink, offering a relaxed atmosphere and authentic German cuisine which you will enjoy sharing with friends and family. Located on the top floor of the hotel, Club Olympus Spa & Fitness, with picture-perfect views of Berlin, offers facials and massages, a gym with sophisticated cardio and weight-lifting equipment, a generous indoor swimming pool with a sun terrace, a sauna, a whirlpool bath and a steam bath. The Grand Club offers the additional benefits of privacy and personalised service.

Description of the meeting rooms and conference facilities

Grand Hyatt Berlin has nine flexible, intelligently designed event rooms for small meetings, private functions or large events for up to 850 guests. The 743 m² ballroom is bathed in daylight and fitted with a high-quality parquet floor. With warm colours, residentialstyle interior and contemporary art, all rooms create a private atmosphere, adding a personal note to every event. Celebrate and meet in the new event rooms designed by New York architect Tony Chi to meet the highest demands.