Hotels in Germany

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.

The Burg Colmberg is a 14th-century castle straight out of a storybook, rising from a rocky crag above a tiny village. It offers an eclectic collection of rooms tucked throughout a warren of crooked hallways, hidden staircases, and cozy sitting nooks.

A short walk from the St. Pauli quarter and the Speicherstadt warehouse district.

The 313-year-old Hotel Elephant, was once the preferred meeting spot for intellectuals like Goethe.

For those who want to be closer to the action, the Hotel Stadt Hamburg is in the charming village of Westerland. You'll have to walk five minutes to the beach, but this tidy hotel, built in 1869, is an ideal base for exploration.

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.