Hotels in Germany
The Waldorf Astoria Berlin is a classic. An all-suites hotel, the Deluxe upgrade will score you a view over the city skyline. Their marble bathrooms include heated floors and posh cosmetic products from Italian designer Salvatore Ferragamo.
Titanic Deluxe Berlin is a five-star hotel on Französiche Straße in the historic Gendarmenmarkt area, a rare Berlin location featuring gorgeous 18th-century architecture. The hotel building formerly served as the State Opera's warehouse.
A five-star design hotel directly across from the Sony Center at Potsdamer Platz, the Mandala Hotel offers spacious, modern accommodations with delightful luxury suites that include kitchen facilites.
Soho House, the London-based members' club, ramps-up the Berlin luxury-hotel scene with a fresh edge and a welcomed dose of English eccentricity.
A five-star hotel in an Art Deco building designed by architect Jan Kleihues, Sofitel Berlin Kurfürstendamm is a designer hotel full of artworks, including paintings by Katrin Kampmann, sculpture by Marcus Lüpertz and even graffiti by Miss Tic.
As you approach the Regent Berlin from outside, you might feel your spirits sink: its facade is rather humdrum. Fear not, head within and let your jaw drop at its sumptuous interior.
Unlike a lot of self-consciously funky hotels around the world, the Michelberger is genuinely cool, friendly and fun. Built in a refurbished factory on Warschauerstraße in former East Berlin, the whole operation feels like a large-scale college art project.
Built in 1889 as a private residence, transformed into a hotel in 1911 and now revitalized by American design team Ted Berner and Dayna Lee, the Hotel Zoo is an iconic venue with an eye for the future. A true luxury hotel, elements of whimsy and fantasy bring this place to life.
The Rocco Forte group is regarded for making magic out of run-down but exquisitely situated properties. Among their accomplishments: Hotel de Rome, set in Berlin's former Dresdner Bank and directly at the Berliner Dome and Museum Island.
One of Berlin's hottest, five-star hotels, Das Stue aims to please. In a building that formerly housed the Danish Embassy, a gorgeous restored staircase and eye-catching artworks lend to the interior aesthetic.
The Circus Hotel in Berlin has mastered the art of hospitality. They offer the intimacy you normally associate with a bed and breakfast, the coziness of a local airbnb and the high level of service one expects when staying in a quality hotel.
The Amano Hotel on Augustraße hosts out-of-town visitors, but Mitte-district hip residents also consider it a favorite neighborhood haunt, where they pack into its smoky downstairs bar or head north to its buzzing rooftop terrace.
Recently opened Amano Grand Central is the third offspring from the Berlin Amano Hotel Group's ever-expanding family of trendy, top-level accommodations for reasonable pricing.
The Hotel Adlon Kempinski is considered the crown jewel among Berlin's hotel culture.
25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin is located next to the Berlin Zoo's elephant enclosure and ape house.