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KU’DAMM

For those of you wanting to stay in an area of Berlin that’s a little more charming and laidback but close to all of the city’s sights, look no further than Max Brown Ku’damm. The hotel is on the border between the Wilmersdorf District and Charlottenburg, a relaxed, residential neighbourhood that’s hard not to get caught up in. Hop on over to Benedict for an all-day breakfast menu and more delicious lunch and dinner options between 8:00 and 22:30 every day. However, if you prefer to avoid the crowds, it’s best to plan your visit outside of the peak hours between 9:00 and 10:30. In a hurry? You can always grab a coffee and a tasty treat from their bakery next to the Front Desk.

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MAX BROWN COMFORTS

At Max Brown, we’ve mastered the basics so well that you won’t miss fancy pillow menus and room service. That doesn’t mean our hotels are basic. Far from it. Have a look around and you’ll see that we make a big effort with every small detail, all so you feel more like a local than a tourist. Here are the four Max Brown essentials:

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MUSIC

In every room, you’ll find a Crosley record player to play your favorite tunes. Or, if you’re on the go, explore our Max Brown Spotify playlists inspired by each of our cities.

COFFEE

Sometimes you just need a fresh brew to start your day. Don’t worry about searching for a great cup of coffee in the neighborhood every morning—it’s right here.

BED

We’re all about being cosy and comfy. And we’ve been told that we have some of the comfiest beds around – it might be the cause for a few late checkouts too.

LOCATION

There’s so much to see, but don’t worry, we’re right at the heart of it all. Find us near scenic canals, historic landmarks, top museums, and train stations for easy travel.

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IN THE CENTRE OF IT ALL

Those who still make it out the door after the delicious breakfast at the Benedict, can wander through the enticing stalls of the Thai street food market, enjoy wine and cheese at the famed Paris Bar and browse the boutiques at BIKINI, Germany’s first concept mall. And after a day exploring the city, you can fall into your heavenly Max Brown bed.

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