From ultra-modern to classic chic: stay in one of these stunning hotels and enjoy a room with plenty of view!
Looking for somewhere to stay in Berlin that’s super stylish?
Whether you prefer luxurious four-poster beds or hanging out in a hammock, Berlin has plenty of places for you to lay your head when you’re done exploring the vibrant German capital.
Crash in one of these classy hotels next time you’re visiting Berlin and you’re guaranteed a memorable stay!
With 50 bedrooms, each a work of art, get some shut-eye and soak up the unusual surroundings at the Arte Luise Kunsthotel. Check out the safari themed room, or sit back and enjoy the show in French cabaret style quarters. Pass art installations in the lobby and read the philosophical quotes scrawled on the walls in the stairwell. If the weather is nice enjoy your breakfast in the outside restaurant overlooking the River Spree and the Reichstag.
Get a dose of old-school Hollywood glamour at Hotel Adlon Kempinski. These deluxe digs are a favourite of the rich and famous, including Brad Pitt, Barack Obama and Demi Moore. Next to the Brandenburg Gate, you’ll be right in the heart of the action and get to experience a little bit of luxury. The hotel’s spa suites come with their own private Finnish sauna and Turkish bath facilities, perfect for pampering those weary feet once you’re done with a busy day sight-seeing.
Take a walk on the wild side at the 25Hours Hotel Bikini Berlin in one of their stunning ‘jungle’ rooms, featuring your own hammock to hang out in and fantastic views of the city zoo. In fact, you can spy on the animals in their urban home from the hotel’s restaurant, sauna and ‘monkey bar’. Rent bicycles for free to explore the city on, or chill out in the Wohnzimmer lounge and listen to the tunes coming from the DJ corner.
4. Nhow Berlin
Following the success of Nhow Milan, Nhow Berlin offers music lovers the perfect hideout along the banks of the River Spree. All 300 rooms come fully kitted-out with the latest entertainment gadgets, but if you really want to holiday like a rockstar, book in to the Nhow Suite, 110 square metres spread over two floors with a private roof terrace. Enjoy time unwinding in the spa, or head to Fabrics, the hotel restaurant and sample a lazy Sunday brunch on the riverbank listening to live DJ sets.
5. Lux 11
Can’t decide if you want to go for a serviced suite or a self-catered apartment? Well the choice is yours at Lux 11, but whatever you go for you’ll be guaranteed clean modern design, high ceilings and bright spaces. Fully equipped with all mod-cons and free WiFi, located in the central Mitte district, it’s an ideal bolthole for families or groups of friends visiting Berlin.
Feel like royalty with a stay at Schlosshotel Im Grunewald from the moment you arrive, sweeping through the hotel’s gardens and up towards this palatial pad. With interiors designed by Karl Lagarfeld, guests looking for exclusive luxury come from all over the world to stay here and dine in Vivaldi, the hotel’s five-star restaurant. Treat yourself to a spot of high tea, or spend a romantic evening gorging on gournet grub.
Do you go for location or luxury star rating? Choosing the right hotel is rarely black or white, except at Hotel Q! where the bedrooms are minimalist and elegantly monchrome. Brighten things up and pop in to the hotel’s Fox Bar for a fireside cocktail before heading out to explore Berlin’s bustling nightlife nearby. Planning for a special occassion? Hotel Q! offers packages for couples and birthday retreats.
If it’s quirky charm you’re after, this city centre crash pad is about as kooky as they come. Sleep in peace in an actual coffin, or have time to reflect in a room entirely covered in mirrors. From creepy to cute, choose a very individual room to suit your tastes and experience ‘living in a work of art’.
The 342 rooms in this luxury lodging are usually all booked out, as its central location in Potsdamer Platz and great value facilities make it a popular choice for holidaymakers and business travellers alike. Grab some fresh German fare at the Grand Hyatt Berlin’s informal mesa Restaurant, or treat yourself to a little bit of r&r at the Club Olympus Spa. With parking and 24-hour services, it’s convenient and super-chic.
Only one historic building in the centre of Berlin has a 20 metre swimming pool, and that’s the Hotel de Rome. Originally the home of Dresden Bank, this Rocco Forte hotel has become one of the most exclusive places to spend the night in central Mitte. Choose from one of the 107 rooms or 30 suites, all finished in the same high-end style. Don’t forget to pay a visit to the hotel’s Bank Restaurant, where chefs Fulvio Pierangelini and Jörg Behrend have designed delicious Italian dishes using only local German ingredients. Guten appetit!
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