Originally constructed in 1887 as a bank, Hotel de Rome retains its original ornate Renaissance architecture. This historic building is now combined with incredibly modern and abstract looking furnishings, replete with luxurious rooms and suites and modern amenities. Its ballroom, with high ceilings, intricate detailing, mosaic floors and a glass roof, and its Rooftop Terrace are the perfect venues to hold weddings and romantic dinner parties. A Victorian vibe permeates even through their conference rooms, allowing corporate honchos to conduct their meetings with panache. This hotel offers several activities for kids and services such as the Rose Crystal Lymphatic Facial at the spa for adults. The restaurant, serving Italian cuisine and the Bebel Bar and Velvet Room will satisfy even the most fastidious gastronome.
The Ritz-Carlton Berlin provides all the amenities and facilities that travelers have come to expect from the Ritz-Carlton group. The interiors are inspired by the work of the Prussian architect Karl-Friedrich Schinkel. Its rooms have comfortable feather beds, and the luxurious bathrooms have marble tubs. The in-house restaurants offer delicious food, while the fitness center will help you burn off extra calories and the spa can be a great place to relax after your workout. The hotel is situated on Potsdamer Platz and close to important businesses, government offices, two airports and several golf clubs.
C'est un des hôtels les plus stupéfiants de Berlin. Situé dans le charmant Gendarmenmarkt, ses clients pourront profiter de la vue offerte par ses grandes fenêtres sur le Deutscher Dom, le Französischer Dom et sur l'élégant théâtre Schauspielhaus. Le Hilton jouit d'un emplacement idéal, en plein centre de Berlin Est, proche de la Potsdamer Platz et de nombreux autres sites touristiques. Il y a aussi une station de métro, juste en face.
One of the leading hotels across Europe, the nhow Berlin hotel caters to music lovers. Based on the theme of music, it offers an uber-cool space to its guests. Every aspect of this hotel is dedicated to different forms of art and each of its rooms is aesthetically appealing with a touch of practicality too. Apart from the routine facilities, nhow Berlin also features recording studios equipped with modern amenities.
The Ostel hostel in Friedrichshain allows you the opportunity to live like a real Ossie in one of their DDR design guest rooms. The mattresses, bedding and plumbing are all new, so one needn't to worry about one's comfort, but the rest of the styling is authentic East German. The building itself is also vintage DDR. A variety of rooms are available, from an economical Pioneer Camp room with dorm beds to their DDR Holiday Apartment with a kitchen and living room.
Le Regent Hôtel (anciennement Four Seasons) est situé en plein cœur de Berlin. Le Regent est un des plus beaux hôtels de Berlin, et il vous fera vivre un véritable séjour cinq étoiles. Les chambres standard ont une superficie de 45 mètres carrés et proposent des équipements de luxe. Situé dans le quartier historique de Gendarmenmarkt, l'hôtel est en fait un édifice moderne, bien que son intérieur soit fait de décors classiques, d'antiquités et de peintures du XIXe siècle. Un établissement très luxueux.
Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz Hotel is the largest offers First Class accommodations with friendly service and a central location. The Park Inn Hotel is the ideal location for business and leisure traveling because of its situation on the famous Alexanderplatz in the heart of Berlin; just minutes away from dining, shopping and sightseeing. The spacious rooms feature modern amenities and décor and the casino on the 37th floor boasts stunning panoramic views of Berlin. The hotel also features two popular restaurants and a deli on-site.
Lux 11 lies in one of the most popular and uber cool Berlin district of Mitte. Opened in 2005, it is a hotel that spells style and elegance. It fuses historic architecture along with modern designs. All 72 apartments are equipped with a kitchenette, an internet connection, LCD-TVs, DVD players and fax machines. Once you step in here, a sense of calmness and serenity prevails. Try out the services of the in-house spa, and if you are too busy to cook, visit the on-site restaurant, which whips up some very lip-smacking dishes.
If you are a tourist and are looking for a basic yet comfortable stay in the city, then book a room at the H4 Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz. It is a four-star hotel that offers elegantly furnished rooms with modern room amenities. Relax by taking a trip to the spa housed in the hotel. Since it is located in the heart of the city, tourist attractions are in close proximity to the hotel.
This hostel in Berlin’s trendy Mitte district features free WiFi, a stylish bar, and its own club. Alexanderplatz Square S-Bahn Train and Underground Station is 300 metres away. ONE80° Hostels Berlin features uniquely designed rooms featuring works by Berlin artists. Every room has soundproofing, a small seating area and a wardrobe. Breakfast can be ordered at the hostel’s snack bar. A variety of drinks are available at the bar, which features contemporary-style décor. Many other bars and restaurants are within a 2-minute walk. Public transport from Alexanderplatz Square connects to the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie and Potsdamer Platz. Berlin Central Train Station can be reached via S-Bahn in 4 stops from Alexanderplatz square. From the same square, there are also direct train connections to Schönefeld Airport and direct bus connections to Tegel Airport.
Before the War, the Scheunenviertel was reputed to be one of Berlin's roughest neighborhoods. Nowadays, the area around Rosenthaler Straße is one of the coolest places in the capital; an artistic, commercial and gastronomic experimentation field. The Boarding House typifies the 'new' face of the Scheunenviertel, as its apartments are elegantly furnished and each boast a well-equipped kitchenette. If you're looking for a touch of luxury, you should book one of the airy maisonettes which stretch over the top two floors.
Erected a hundred years ago as a factory, this building was restored and turned into a hotel in 1997. The facade is dominated by large rectangular windows which glow in the evening sun; an elegant spire crowns the top. Although old on the outside, no attempt has been made to recreate a historical interior. All the rooms are elegantly simple, with just a few pieces of furniture and carefully chosen colour contrasts. Special attention has been paid to the needs of business guests, who will find specially designed rooms with modern office equipment. For those looking for leisure activities, Hackesche Markt, Berlin's new centre of diversion, is only a stone's throw away.