The hotel is located in the central Mitte district, within walking distance of many of the city's attractions including [node:169109], [node:169105] and the [node:169319]. At the same time, it's on a quiet side street so feels a little removed from the crowds.
The 167 rooms in the Park Plaza are bright and stylish. Large windows and high ceilings give a spacious feel and the in-room amenities (free WiFi, espresso machine and flat-screen televisions, complimentary fruit or wine) lend them a very welcoming, almost homey feel. The large bathrooms have walk-in showers, which is a nice touch.
The hotel's motif - money, or more specifically the New York Stock Exchange - is unavoidable though. Reniforced throughout with dollar bill carpets, stock-related quotes as wall decoration, and stencilled motivational dictums above the beds.
The New York Stock Exchange motifs continue most of the way through the hotel's otherwise fairly nondescript public areas.
Eating and drinking
The 23 Wallstreet restaurant serves regional and international cuisine and stocks an impressive selection of wines. You're likely to dine here at least once, so in summer grab a table on the landscaped terrace.The Rule 405 bar serves up great cocktails.
There's a fitness centre on site to keep you healthy, and a sauna to keep you relaxed.
Service is professional and sensitive.
Who stays there
Business travellers with a sense of humour, mostly.
Deals are available depending on what time of year and how much in advance you book.
- Business travellers
- Culture vultures
Pros & Cons
- Great facilities
- Good location
- The Wall Street theme might not be for everyone