Hotels in Berlin
Book the light-filled Camper Suite, with views of the historic Mitte district and fiery Spanish-red walls softened by wood accents.
Owned by Spanish-based hotel company Meliá Hotels International, the Hotel Meliá Berlin sits on the River Spree and offers river views from many of its guest rooms. The hotel's 364 guestrooms and suites are modernly decorated in shades of red and gold with dark wood accents.
Set far from the city center in the exclusive enclave of Grunewald (which borders the Grunewald Forest, once hunting grounds for the royal family), this former private palace is an oasis of luxury. Built in 1912 by Dr.
Housed inside a historic 1910 mansion on the city’s famous Kurfurstendamm, the Askanischer Hof Hotel has 15 guestrooms and one suite outfitted with décor reminiscent of the 1920’s. The lobby also has a 1920’s, Art Deco theme with marble walls and an impressive candelabra.
Unlike a lot of self-consciously funky hotels around the world, the Michelberger is genuinely cool. And friendly and funny: hallway TV’s play a permanent loop of The Big Lebowski in German.
Berlin’s first boutique hotel sits in what proprietor Tini Countess Rothkirch says is “the most beautiful spot in the city”—directly across from Gendarmenmarkt square.
A rather humdrum façade belies the sumptuous interiors at the Regent—which is just steps from Gendarmenmarkt square (and which was a Four Seasons property until 2004).
This newly expanded hotel is set around a secluded courtyard and has a modern café to match its 50 studios and apartments.
The hotel presents an alluring combination of elegance and affordability—as well as the stylish breakfast café Club del Mar—on a tree-lined street in Prenzlauer Berg.
The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin is housed inside a soaring Art Deco-inspired skyscraper near the Potsdamer Platz. The hotel has 303 guest rooms, including 40 suites, each designed by Peter Silling and decorated with original watercolors painted by professor Markus Luepertz.
Housed inside an upscale, repurposed, 19th-century apartment building, the Reihmers Hofgarten has 22 exclusive guestrooms and one suite.
For years, Berlin’s high-end hotels just weren’t cool. That all changed with Soho House, the London-based members’ club, providing Berlin with a welcome dose of English eccentricity and becoming the overnight choice for the art and fashion set.
Sitting in the shadow of the Brandenburg Gate, the Hotel Adlon Kempinski is one of Berlin’s most historic and luxurious hotels. Originally built in 1907, the hotel was destroyed in 1945 and reopened in 1997.