Conference Venue - Hotel Adlon Kempinski
Situated at Pariser Platz square and on the Unter den Linden boulevard, in close proximity to the most famous landmark of Berlin the Brandenburg Gate, surrounded by sights and attractions, exclusive boutiques, galleries and theaters...discover the unique location of the Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin.
Reopened in 1997. The legendary original Hotel Adlon was one of the most famous hotels in Europe. It opened in 1907 and was largely destroyed in 1945 in the closing days of World War II, though a small wing continued operating until 1984.
Originally built as a guest residence for visitors to Kaiser Wilhelm II, the hotel has hosted celebrity guests including Tsar Nicholas II, Thomas Edison, Charlie Chaplin, Henry Ford, Franklin Roosevelt, Paul von Hindenburg, John D. Rockefeller, Herbert Hoover, Albert Einstein, Enrico Caruso, Thomas Mann, Josephine Baker, Marlene Dietrich and Michael Jackson.
Deluxe room, single occupancy, including WIFI access, buffet breakfast and taxes
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To take advantage of this rate, please contact the Hotel Adlon Kempinski directly via:
+49 30 22 61 1111
Cost of travel and accommodation is not included in the conference fee. Delegates are responsible for arranging their own travel and accommodation.
For more information about Berlin, please visit the online travel guide for Berlin.
The closest airport to the hotel is Airport Berlin-Tegel (TXL), which is approximately 15 km away. The journey time is approximately 35 minutes, and a taxi should cost no more than EUR 30.00.
Delegates should make their own arrangements for travel to and around Berlin.
Transfer by taxi
If you would like to book your airport taxi transfer in advance, please contact the below company regularly used by KPMG in Germany.
Limousine and Chauffeur Service Barthel
Tel: +49 30 41 71 66 30 / +49 30 44 34 02 46
The average temperature in Berlin in November is 4°C (40°F).
Delegates planning to visit Germany on business should check with the German Consulate about their visa requirements. View a list of countries whose citizens require a visa to visit Germany.
Please note: this list is for guidance only. We strongly advise you to seek the advice of your preferred travel booking office or the nearest Consulate if you are uncertain about whether you need a visa.
Prices are correct at the time of publishing (February 2013) and may be subject to change.