Cecilienhof was the last castle built by the House of Hohenzollern. The castle grounds are picturesquely nestled in the "Neuer Garten" park landscape close to the "Jungfernsee" lake.
It was erected between 1914 and 1917 in accordance to the wishes of the Emperor´s son Wilhelm of Prussia and Princess Cecilie in the half-timbered style of an English country manor.
Cecilienhof gained world recognition when the site was chosen for the negotiations of the victorious allies in the summer of 1945. Truman, Churchill and Stalin negotiated the "Potsdam Agreement" right here. The historic conference rooms and private chambers of the royal couple are open for visitors in the museum of the castle.
The castle and garden have been declared a UNESCO world heritage site.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in our castle hotel.