The Schlüter Palais is located close to the popular Savignyplatz.

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Germany is one of the most highly developed and potent industrial nations across the globe. Technologically advanced companies, an excellent middle class and a level of craftsmanship unique as compared to international standards are the foundations of its powerful economy.

Berlin - the vibrant metropolis along the Spree river represents Germany like no other city. This is the place where parliament and government meet, the most important media with their editorial offices, German and international organisations from industry and society. The city that never sleeps and permanently reinvents itself has long since become a tourist magnet for people from all across the globe. Its lively flair and numerous monuments of the recent past render it an attractive site with long-range perspectives. National and especially international investors are increasingly focussing on Berlin with its ultramodern infrastructure.

In the historical neighbourhood of Charlottenburg, Schlüterstraße is the parallel axis to Kurfürstendamm. Between Kurfürstendamm and Goethestraße life is throbbing with a colourful choice of little stores and diverse restaurants, like for example NU, well-known for its Asian specialities, the Adnan with its superb Mediterranean kitchen, the SET, a well-liked breakfast restaurant, Luther & Wegner and the Ovest, to name just a few.


The Schlüter Palais is located close to the popular Savignyplatz. If you have had too much of the city's hubbub, you will find it right around the corner. A small green oasis in the shadow of plane trees, lined with blossoming shrubs and bushes, offering moments of peace and relaxation in the heart of the bustling metropolis. It offers green alcoves, where amblers and tourists, but also employees from the nearby offices like to rest.
Savignyplatz connects the neighbourhood of the northern Grolmanstraße with the Kurfürstendamm scene of the street's southern part with its various little bars, excellent restaurants and fancy boutiques.

Kurfürstendamm, the glamorous boulevard and exclusive shopping mile featuring brands like Louis Vuitton, GUCCI, HERMES and the KaDeWe are at easy walking distance.

Opportunities to shop and to go out are virtually limitless. Just a short stroll away, the long-standing Theater des Westens can be found. Right in the centre of Berlin, it is one of Germany's most prestigious and beautiful theatres.

Traffic connections

Public Transport
S-Bahn stations: Charlottenburg or Savignyplatz 0.5 miles/750 m
The S-Bahn and underground station Zoologischer Garten is in walking distance of about 0.6 miles/950 m
Underground stations: Bismarckstraße, Deutsche Oper, Ernst-Reuter-Platz, Wilmersdorfer Straße

Berlin Tegel: 5.3 miles/8.6 km
BBI Berlin-Schönefeld: 15.5 miles/25 km

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