With its stunning leisure and relaxation centre complete with swimming pool, this five star luxury establishment is the perfect choice for anyone wanting an elegant stay in Berlin at a great price. Refined and a sheer pleasure, this hotel provides its guests a sublime stay in a choice location close to Berlins premier shopping and social areas.
Nothing is too much for the friendly staff here – from booking body and beauty treatments, organising city tours or airport transfers and a whole host of valet and VIP services, all is done with a smile and a touch of that fabulous German efficiency. For business guests, the smart and modern facilities can be booked to make sure your meeting or conference go smoothly.
All the guest rooms are furnished to exacting standards. Room facilities include air conditioning, and en suite bathroom with complementary toiletries, room and butler services, both cable and pay TV, a work station with lamp and high speed internet and a well stocked mini bar.
Our top picks close to this hotel
The Berlin Philharmonic is regarded as one of the world’s best. Their music has the capability to move you in a way you will seldom experience and a ticket booked to see this legendary orchestra is money well spent. When they are playing ‘at home’, they are housed in a sleek 1960’s building where atheistic and acoustics meet in style.
Berlin Zoo provides the perfect opportunity for your little monkeys to go wild! As the oldest zoo in Germany, this fascinating place houses a fantastic collection of the world flora and fauna and is a powerhouse of zoological research. The passionate and well informed staff are a pleasure and are happy to talk to you about their animals.
The Berlin Wall was mostly demolished in 1990; however a visit to this city would not be complete without some reference to it. The infamous Checkpoint Charlie which was active in the Cold War is now a tourist centre and is a poignant reminder of times past and excellent visual displays which draw you into the tumultuous history of this once famous landmark.
KaDeWa is Europe’s largest department store and sells both designer and high street goods. Wear comfortable shoes for the hours and hours you will find yourself shopping, and deep pockets for all the Euro’s you will end up spending.
For eating out
Super trendy with an eclectic interior styled from architectural salvage, the brilliant but pricey Little Otik serves impeccable food which is prepared using locally sourced ingredients and serves such wonders as pigs head soup.
Ashpalt is a swanky, New York basement style club where disco and funk rules the night and some serious dancing can be done. The in house DJ’s always make the night go with a swing. There is also an attached restaurant for an extra dimension in this hip Berlin nightspot.