Charlottenburg is one of the most sought after districts of Berlin and has been shaped over the centuries by Prussian nobility. It is synonymous with the best addresses in the city; a sophisticated way of life and a touch of royal charm.
No. 1 Charlottenburg is a 3 minute walk from the bucolic Tiergarten park. This picturesque environment provides an ideal setting for long walks and leisurely drinks at the Café am Neuen See.
No.1 Charlottenburg is intrinsically linked with the history of the Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin (Royal Porcelain Manufactory Berlin, or KPM). For over 250 years, the world famous and entirely hand-made "white gold" has been made under the sign of the cobalt-blue sceptre.
In the mid-18th century the Prussian King Friedrich II enthusiastically agreed to merchant Wilhelm Caspar Wegely’s proposal to set up a porcelain factory in Berlin. In 1873 KPM moved to Charlottenburg, including the land now occupied by No.1 Charlottenburg. KPM’s reputation for luxury and enduring quality, so intrinsic to the porcelain, is mirrored in the new residential district.
The mix of red and yellow bricks in the construction of the new KPM was unusually ornamental for an industrial building, and the very use of bricks for a non-ecclesiastical building was considered contemporary for its time.
KPM continued its relationship with royalty through occasions such as the building of greenhouses for Kaiser Wilhelm I and his grandson. Through its history, the Wegleystraße address has carried a prestige that is reflected by No.1 Charlottenburg, with an emphasis on quality and reference to the location’s heritage.
This iconic boulevard is a beautiful shopping avenue with many opportunities for dining as well as shopping.
A first-class shopping destination in a listed building. Bikini Berlin has re-opened following three years of renovation and invites guests to explore its extraordinary mix of brands and retailers.
Opened in 1844, Berlin Zoo is home to more than 20,000 animals, more than any other zoo in the world. The zoo is complemented by the Aquarium Berlin, which opened in 1913 and houses over 13,000 sea and freshwater inhabitants, together with amphibians, reptiles and insects.
One of the finest shopping centres in Europe. Located at Wittenbergplatz, its aim since 1907 has been to cater for the discerning tastes of the prosperous elite. Today, the gourmet floor is the world’s second largest delicatessen food hall.
Another Charlottenburg jewel, and one of the most famous concert and opera houses in Germany. Enrico Caruso made his concert debut here and many of Germany’s most important performers have played at the Theater des Westens, including Anna Pavlova and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau amongst many others.