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What happened at the Interhotel hotel?

The Interhotel hotels were under the control of the East German state security service, the Stasi, under the Tourist Department. The Stasi tried to monitor the activities of international tourists, by sending prostitutes to audio- and video-controlled hotel rooms.

What was the Stasi in Interhotel hotels in East Germany?

The Interhotel hotels were under the control of the East German state security service, the Stasi, under the Tourist Department. The Stasi tried to monitor the activities of international tourists, by sending prostitutes to audio- and video-controlled hotel rooms. They focused on hotels where political decisions were discussed,...

What happened to the Interhotel hotels after German reunification?

After German reunification, most of the hotels were still run by Interhotel AG. In 1991, some hotels were sold to the Klingbeil group, and in December 2006 some were sold to the Blackstone Group. The Interhotel hotels were under the control of the East German state security service, the Stasi, under the Tourist Department.

What happened to the Stasi in East Germany?

Jails were shut down as East German society began the first steps towards opening up. In the 1960s, the Stasi began to rely more heavily on covert surveillance and the employment of “unofficial collaborators”, or IMs, to keep tabs on its citizens; the beatings and executions continued, but on a much smaller scale.

Where can I visit the Stasi Museum in Berlin?

Stasi Museum (Berlin) - This is located at Ruschestraße 103, in Haus 1 on the former Stasi headquarters compound. The office of Erich Mielke, the head of the Stasi, was in this building and it has been preserved along with a number of other rooms.

What happened to the kiss Hotel in Berlin?

It was built on a design by Ferenc Kiss between 1976 and 1979. The hotel had 600 rooms with 1,000 beds and a conference hall with about 2,000 seats. It was closed for all East German guests, as one had to pay in a hard currency instead of the local East German mark. Between 1990 and 1992 the hotel was owned by Interhotel AG.

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