The hotel is named after the Electoral Princess Henrietta of Brandenburg, who lived from 1627 to 1667. She was the first wife of the Grand Electoral Prince of Brandenburg, Frederick William.
The hotels rooms combine individual décor with a welcoming atmosphere. For guests on longer breaks and those who prefer self-catering, the hotel offers comfortable apartments with kitchenette.
In the Shezan restaurant you can enjoy Indian specialities and various international dishes daily from 11:30 to 24:00. Fine wines are available to accompany your meal, and the restaurant provides room service. During the summer, you can also dine on the hotel’s boat, which is moored just in front of the restaurant. In the Attaché Bar you can savour a wide range of wines, champagnes and spirits in a refined setting. The exclusive furnishings and modern, cosmopolitan atmosphere make for an unforgettable experience. Please note that the bar is closed on Sundays.
The surrounding area boasts a wealth of attractions, shops and restaurants. The Märkisches Museum underground station is just a short walk away. From here, the U2 service takes you directly to such destinations as Potsdamer Platz, Alexanderplatz and the renowned Kurfürstendamm boulevard. Hotel Henriette also makes a good base for guests visiting the nearby Berlin Congress Centre.