If you like going shopping in Berlin, then you are in good hands in the Schloßstraße in Berlin-Steglitz. There are four shopping centres, which are all in the immediate vicinity of each other and ensure a varied and successful shopping experience to you. From our Anna 1908 you walk only 2 minutes and then you are ready to start shopping!

Frühstücksraum Anna 1908 Berlin SteglitzThe smallest of these four shopping centres is the Schloss-Straßen-Center. With its open and light-flooded architecture, it is far from being a shopping bunker in which we no longer know whether it is day or night outside. It is just a pleasant shopping atmosphere there, which is not least because of the selected stores.

Besides the obligatory food court, which holds a varied gastronomic offer for you, the Schloss-Straßen-Center offers an extensive selection of shops. You can find more than 70 stores on 3 floors which put up for sale fashion, jewellery, shoes, consumer electronics, home accessories, toys and much more.

The largest shop in Schloss-Straßen-Center is Primark. Here you can get hold of the latest fashion trends at bargain prices and you will certainly not leave the Schloss-Straßen-Center without one of the typical brown Primark-paper bags.

Fortunately, our Anna 1908 is just around the corner, so you can put down your bags in the hotel room before you check out the other malls “Das Schloss”, the “Boulevard Berlin” and the “Forum Steglitz”. Like I earlier said: In the Schloßstraße, everybody becomes happy!

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Verkehrslichter bei Nacht in Berlin
Innsbrucker Platz
Berlin Steglitz

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