Not far from the popular Boulevard Kurfurstendamm in the west of the city centre, this hotel is the perfect base for exploring Berlin. It boasts a quiet setting in the capital’s elegant Wilmersdorf district, and has two different underground stations practically on its doorstep. All of the main attractions are very easily reached, making it a great choice for those who like to pack their holidays with as much action as possible.
Hotel facilities include concierge, currency exchange, laundry, reception and shoe shine. If you require some assistance with planning the finer details of your stay, the staff will be more than happy to arrange theatre reservations or point you in the direction of their favourite restaurants, bars and cultural spots.
All rooms are spacious and come with all the little luxuries that make a stay extra special, including bathrobes, cable TV, high-speed internet access and en-suite bathrooms. For those who need to catch up with some work while in Berlin, the hotel’s excellent business centre provides everything that you might need. This includes conference rooms, a fax service, modem access, overhead projectors and photocopying.
If you’re looking for a real four star gem with plenty in the way of style, luxury and enviable location, you can be sure that this property will tick all of the boxes.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Bearpit Karaoke has become something of a Berlin institution in recent years. Every Sunday, crowds flock to Wall Park where they can enjoy the flea markets and food stalls, before picking a song and performing for the crowds. It’s a great spectator sport for families, and you might even pluck up the courage to give it a go yourself.
Travels With My Fork is a pop-up restaurant specialising in tiny dishes that are more traditionally served in Spain. It runs in various locations and dates, so check what’s available during your visit.It’s an evening with a difference for romancing couples.
The Pool Gallery showcases the very best of German street art and culture, and makes for a museum experience that’s a little bit out of the ordinary. The exhibitions are also fresh, exciting and innovative, and will impress even the most traditional of art lovers.
Wood Wood is a shop that helped to shape Berlin’s street scene, and it still has a massive influence on the city’s fashion to this day. It sells a wide range of clothing, footwear and accessories.
For eating out
Monsieur Vuong is a Vietnamese restaurant with an excellent reputation. Make sure that you try the pho. No reservations are taken, so get there earlier in the evening to avoid a long wait.
Soju Bar serves brilliant cocktails and long drinks in super-cool surroundings. DJs spin deep house and minimal techno, though if you prefer creating your own entertainment, you can enjoy a bit of karaoke in the toilets!