Conference venue

The Leonardo Royal Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz welcomes you to its extraordinary atmosphere: the historical structure meets puristic design, harmonious color concepts and modern design elements. The 4-star superior hotel is centrally located with perfect public transport connections – easily accessible and just a few minutes from numerous sights, such as the famous TV Tower and the Museum Island. The Volkspark Friedrichshain is right next door and is the ideal meeting place not only during the summer season. The "Vitruv" Restaurant, the "Leo 90" bar/lounge, the Wellness lounge, a 1.000 sqm conference area and 346 modern rooms and suites featuring free Wi-Fi will surprise you during your stay. Enjoy the genuinely friendly service, the warm hospitality and superior amenities.


Leonardo Hotel Royal Berlin Alexanderplatz
Otto-Braun-Straße 90, 10249 Berlin
phone: +49 (0)30 755 430 0, fax: +49 (0)30 755 430 810

Check-in: 3 p.m.
Check-out: 12 p.m. (noon)


A download of the quickest directions to the Leonardo Royal Hotel is available here.

Please click on the map to display the exact position of the hotel.


  • S- & U-Bahn station “Alexanderplatz”: 800 m
  • Tram stop “Am Friedrichshain”: 90 m
  • Bus stop “Am Friedrichshain”: 240 m
  • S- & U-Bahn station “Hauptbahnhof“: 4.6 km
  • Airport Tegel (TXL): 12 km
  • Airport Schönefeld (SXF): 19 km


Two parking lots and one underground parking garage are available. You will find P1 and P2 in Otto-Braun-Straße, right beside the hotel. To access P3, please drive behind the hotel into Georgenkirchstraße. The parking fee for 24 hours parking amounts to 18 Euro.

Dinner Venue “Kaisersaal”

The "Kaisersaal" (emperor’s hall) at Potsdamer Platz once was one of the numerous magnificent halls of the famous Grand Hotel Esplanade. It was here that Kaiser Wilhelm II held an exclusive men’s evening. In the "Golden Twenties", the Esplanade became the scene of popular tea and dancing afternoons, which were regularly broadcast on the radio. Stars like Charlie Chaplin and Greta Garbo stayed here.

During its colourful and turbulent history Grand Hotel Esplanade went from being one of the German capital’s most luxurious and celebrated hotels to a bombed-out ruin lost in the wastelands alongside the Berlin Wall.

After the fall of the wall in 1989 the remaining part of the hotel was safeguarded as a listed historical monument. However, when the resurrection of Potsdamer Platz was underway and the first plans for the new Sony Center were drawn up, this factor was not considered; the Kaisersaal stood in the way and was therefore earmarked for demolition. In 1993, a plan was developed to move the Kaisersaal 75 metres (246 feet) and integrate it into the Center itself. This was carried out in March 1996 at a cost of 75 million marks. Thus, a section of the Esplanade still survives today, albeit as a fragment incorporated into the soaring modern complex of the Sony Center.

A shuttle bus will take us from the conference hotel to the Kaisersaal for dinner on the evening of 24 September 2015.

Kaisersaal Gastronomie GmbH
Bellevuestraße 1
+49 (0)30 25751454