This establishment has been part of the Maritim chain since 1995, but it was already operating as a hotel when this area of Berlin was part of East Germany. After entering the imposing entrance, a revolving door adorned with German flags, you find yourself in a vast lobby with several lounge spaces. The first of these, to the right, is decorated in light colours and has features television and a display case containing jewellery and porcelain objects. Another of the lounges is furnished with green armchairs and decorated with modern paintings and a number of bronze statues. At the end of a long corridor, you will see an eclectic collection of works by various artists, as well as the Maritim proArte bar. The interior decor in this space, which goes by the name 'Checkpoint', was clearly inspired by the 1970's style, and features a piano, a long, oval counter, colourful paintings, a carpet with geometric patterns, and grey and black armchairs. This establishment has a bike hire service, just like the rest of the hotels in the chain. Close to the reception counter is the indoor swimming pool, which is hidden away behind a little door and surrounded by a number of light coloured deckchairs. The walls are decorated with photos of underwater creatures. During your stay at the hotel you can also enjoy the solarium, a massage room, a sauna and a room entirely dedicated to beauty treatments. Towels are provided by the hotel. Separated by a window, there is a little room serving as a gym, equipped with a few exercise machines. If you fancy a cocktail, make your way to the bar.