Germany’s capital is a fascinating mix of history and cutting-edge contemporary culture. The city’s museums and art galleries are world-class and it has an eclectic architectural mix including famous sites such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag building, sections of the Berlin Wall, and Alexanderplatz. Berlin has become world-renowned for its modern art scene, hospitality and entertainment. The city is at the heart of Germany and Europe’s rail network and the central station (Berlin Hauptbahnhof) is well located just to the west of the city centre.
This upscale hotel is set in a grand stone building in an excellent location between Alexanderplatz and Potsdamer Platz. The stylish rooms and suites come with Wall Street-inspired decor, and upgraded rooms include Nespresso machines. Guests can enjoy breakfast and dinner in the 23 Wallstreet restaurant, or sip cocktails in the chic bar. Facilities include an exercise room and a sauna.
Titanic Hotel Chaussee
The Titanic Hotel Chaussee is a contemporary hotel, located within walking distance of Berlin’s main station. All bedrooms feature Wi-Fi internet access, flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom with rainforest shower. The hotel also offers an on-site restaurant and lobby bar as well as an indoor swimming pool and spa area.
Hotel Adlon Kempinski
The Hotel Adlon was built in 1907 and has been famous for its luxurious accommodation and fantastic location next to the Brandenburg Gate ever since. The Adlon Kempinski boasts a Neo-Classical style indoor pool, a spa and an 800 sqm gym. There is also a two Michelin starred restaurant and a shopping arcade.
The Regent is a stylish oasis of calm amid the bustle of Berlin, yet perfectly situated in the heart of the city. Guest rooms provide a series of creature comforts to make your stay as relaxing as possible. Come evening, guests have a choice of a restaurant, bar and two lounges in which to unwind and they can also indulge themselves at the on-site spa.
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