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Hotel Adlon Kempinski

Mitte 97 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 1907 limestone block is located next to the Brandenburg Gate and near major embassies and the Reichstag. — Condé Nast Traveler

The first Adlon was considered Europe's ultimate luxury resort until it was destroyed in the war and the new version, built in 1997, has a nostalgic aesthetic. — Fodor's

If any Berlin hotel offers a sense of local history, it’s Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin — Forbes Travel Guide

Berlin’s most storied sleep right by the Brandenburg Gate, with Michelin-starred dining, yoga and an indoor pool. — Jetsetter

The Hotel Adlon Kempinski surely boasts the most distinguished location in the city—right on historic Pariser Platz, opposite the Brandenburg Gate. — Afar Magazine

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from $295

Das Stue

Charlottenburg 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hugging the Tiergarten park, Das Stue is as warm and welcoming as its name (Danish for 'living room') suggests. — Lonely Planet

Lodge in luxury at the severely stylish prewar Danish embassy, where views of the zoo’s antelopes and ostriches from the elegant 1920s-themed bar add to the charm. — Rough Guide

Das Stue’s enviable location, in the quietly upscale embassy quarter on the edge of the sprawling Tiergarten Park, is only part of its appeal. — Afar Magazine

History meets contemporary style in the heart of Berlin... still retains governmental grandeur... now mixed with warming touches like cozy nooks designed by Patricia Uriquola. — Fodor's

From the elegant fine-dining restaurant to the cozy library, the hotel is immaculately decorated, offering the crème de la crème of hotel experiences. — Oyster

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from $222

Hotel de Rome

Mitte 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This contemporary palace combines modern amenities with classical charm, making it one of Rocco Forte's true gems — Star Service

Architecturally stunning luxury hotel in a converted 19th-century former bank headquarters on historic Bebelplatz, off Unter den Linden a short walk from the Brandenburg Gate. — Andrew Harper

In the heart of Berlin’s fashionable Mitte district, the 146-room Hotel de Rome gives the reigning Hotel Adlon and The Regent some serious competition. — Condé Nast Traveler

Discreet service and a subdued but boutiquey atmosphere make the Hotel de Rome a major draw for the Hollywood jet set. — Fodor's

Occupying a nineteenth-century former Dresdner Bank building, this high-class hotel mixes history with a swanky interior, luxurious rooms. — Rough Guide

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from $306

The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin

Charlottenburg 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At one of Berlin's most popular full-on luxury addresses, rooms and suites are done up in natural hues and classical dark-wood furniture. — Lonely Planet

Rooms at this sandstone, steel, and glass skyscraper on Potsdamer Platz, overlooking the Tiergarten, have heated bathroom floors, cherry armoires, and a brown and gold palette. — Condé Nast Traveler

This outstanding hotel overlooks Potsdamer Platz from a privileged front-row plot — Star Service

The ultra-luxurious Ritz-Carlton Berlin’s modern façade is reminscent of the Rockefeller Centre. — DK Eyewitness

The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin is housed inside a soaring Art Deco-inspired skyscraper near the Potsdamer Platz. — Travel + Leisure

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from $246

Grand Hyatt Berlin

Charlottenburg 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The best place to take in all the architectural wonders of Potsdamer Platz—and to decide whether or not you like it—is the Grand Hyatt's top-floor fitness center and spa. — Concierge

This trapezoidal-shaped hotel on the Potsdamer Platz boasts modern, minimalist guestrooms equipped with state-of-the-art technology. — Michelin Guide

This top contender proves a dynamo, but not without a sumptuous aesthetic — Star Service

Minimalist architectural gem with culinary superstars and a sky-high spa in the city center. — Jetsetter

This is the most exciting, best-designed, and most iconoclastic hotel in Berlin, a government-rated five-star mecca. — Frommer's

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from $156

Regent Berlin

Mitte 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The simple facade of Regent Berlin doesn’t quite prepare you for the opulent hotel that lies within — Forbes Travel Guide

With Biedermeier furniture and dramatic chandeliers in the public areas, and antique desks and marble bathrooms in the rooms, the hotel blends sumptuous luxury with...upscale refinement. — Afar Magazine

The guests here expect first class service and they are not disappointed. — Michelin Guide

Located between the tree-lined Unter den Linden and the beautiful Gendarmenmarkt Square, the 195-room Regent Berlin is a luxury property with one of the best locations in the city. — Oyster

Ranking right up there with the Adlon, this is one of the most elegant and tranquil hotels in Berlin, a citadel of luxury and fine living. — Frommer's

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from $255

The Mandala Hotel

Charlottenburg 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A five-star design hotel directly across from the Sony Center at Potsdamer Platz, the Mandala Hotel offers spacious, modern accommodations with luxury suites that include kitchen facilities. — Travel + Leisure

One of the most posh and elegant hotels in the pivotal Potsdamer Platz neighborhood... One of this hotel's most charming features is its fifth-floor restaurant, FACIL. — Frommer's

Style-minded business travelers sentenced to central stays in Berlin's heart of darkness can't do better than this ultra-chic boutique hotel. — BlackBook

This privately owned addition to the Design Hotels portfolio is an oasis of calm, luxury and taste. — Time Out

This apartment hotel, in a great spot in Potsdamer Platz, has suites of 35– 100 sq m (375–1,100 sq ft) with kitchen, stereo, fitness area, sauna, daily papers and anything else you could possibly wish for. — DK Eyewitness

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from $167

Michelberger Hotel

Friedrichshain 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Modern, trendy and urbane, this relaxed haunt with its cool warehouse-style interior provides anything but workaday accommodation. — Rough Guide

Berlin’s Michelberger Hotel’s newest suite, Room 304, is an explorative and transformative space built to resemble a temporary house, and features the same layout and components of a modern residence. — Wallpaper

The style is eclectic flea market, fitting with its location in an old factory space, and the vibe is casual and fun. — Fodor's

With its purposefully boutique industrial look and buzzing creative feel, Michelberger might seem like Berlin in a nutshell to some. — Time Out

We can’t decide which catchy phrase best captures Hotel Michelberger’s edgy and original vibe. — EuroCheapo

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from $103

The Circus Hotel

Mitte 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At our favourite budget boutique hotel, none of the mod rooms are alike but all feature upbeat colours, thoughtful design details, sleek oak floors and quality beds. — Lonely Planet

In the heart of Mitte, the owners of the infamous Circus Hostel have created Circus Hotel, a downright classy older sibling. — Time Out

The Circus Hotel combines this bustling location with a style and service that gently impress rather than being in-your-face. — Afar Magazine

Fantastic and stylish budget-hotel run by the Circus Hostel over the road. — Rough Guide

This 64-room eco-friendly hotel offers highly comfortable rooms, a welcoming design aesthetic and lively public areas, including a good restaurant and bar. — The Telegraph

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from $108

Patrick Hellmann Schlosshotel

Berlin 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

As you may have gathered, the Schlosshotel was built for and still caters to old-money aristocrats, so egalitarian types... will likely feel out of place. — Concierge

In the beautiful, verdant setting of residential Grunewald, the small but palatial hotel is full of classic style and lavish decor. — Fodor's

One of the most historic and plushest hotels in Berlin... For anyone who can afford it and prefers a stay in the city's verdant suburbs, the experience can be elegant, historic, and charming. — Frommer's

Designed down to the dust ruffles by Karl Lagerfeld, this restored 1914 villa on the edge of Grunewald is a luxury that mere mortals can only dream of. — Time Out

This l9C palace located in the upmarket Grunewald district offers a perfect combination of wonderful historical detail and refined, modern style. — Michelin Guide

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from $206

InterContinental Berlin

Charlottenburg 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel is located in a mostly residential setting, east of Zoo Station, a few short blocks from the intimate and exceptional Das Stue, with its zoo views and Michelin-starred dining room — Star Service

InterContinental Berlin has a central location, great for visitors interested in historical monuments, museums, shopping or the Groߟer Tiergarten, the largest urban park in in the city. — Gayot

This 558-room luxury property has a convenient location in central Berlin, overlooking the Zoological Gardens and a short walk from the famous Tiergarten. — Oyster

From the heavily trafficked street, the huge "InterConti," the epitome of old West Berlin, evokes the Louvre with its glass pyramid entrance. — Fodor's

Slick contemporary sleep at the heart of this cool capital, close to Potsdamer Platz and Kurfürstendamm Boulevard. — Jetsetter

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from $120

Soho House Berlin

Prenzlauer Berg 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of Mitte’s foremost havens of hip, offering quirkily decorated rooms that mix vintage with contemporary design tropes. — Afar Magazine

Soho House Berlin is a stylish Berlin hotel offering decadent interiors, excellent dining and a rooftop pool, close to Alexanderplatz and Mitte. — The Telegraph

These days, Soho House occupies eight floors, and has installed one of their excellent Cowshed spas, a library and its own cinema. — Time Out

Berlin's upwardly mobile creative classes have a new clubhouse. — BlackBook

Private members’ club in a restored Bauhaus building with forty rooms that range from tiny to extra-large. Decor is quirky and fun, hinting at the faded glamour of the late 1920s. — Rough Guide

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from $231

The Westin Grand Berlin

Mitte 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Airy lobby dominated by dramatic staircase for grand entrances by international jetsetters. — BlackBook

Now under management by the Westin group and devoid of its original sense of stiffness, it's one of Berlin's finest hotels. — Frommer's

A glamorous five-star spa hotel in central Berlin, with breakfast and your own piece of the Berlin Wall. — Jetsetter

Fully living up to its name, this GDR-era hotel originally served party bigwigs but has since been overhauled to provide oodles of traditional upmarket luxury. — Rough Guide

Luxury accommodation in an historic spot, at the corner of Friedrichstraße and Unter den Linden, offering large, elegant rooms and US-style service. — DK Eyewitness

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from $206

Casa Camper Berlin

Mitte 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This funky three-star, devised by trendy shoe company Casa Camper, exudes many of the same hip, arty qualities as its original sister boutique in Barcelona. — The Telegraph

In a location convenient to accessing restaurants, night clubs, and transportation, the modern Casa Camper Berlin is an upper-mid-range, boutique property. — Oyster

Fernando Amat and Jordi Tio are behind the design of this high quality interior. — Michelin Guide

Smart boutique hotel whose solid-wood interiors try to mirror a bit of Berlin’s quirkiness. — Rough Guide

This boutique hotel offers a convenient location in the heart of Mitte, with spacious rooms and plenty of perks. — Fodor's

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from $180

Arte Luise Kunsthotel

Mitte 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

What began in 2008 as an “art lab” in a palatial (but condemned) 1825-vintage residential building has evolved into a livable museum-cum-hotel near Berlin’s government district. — Travel + Leisure

The 30 rooms in this small hotel were all individually and imaginatively designed by different local artists, with themes ranging from loud pop art to classic Modernism. — DK Eyewitness

Housed in a former neoclassical residential palace just a short walk from the Reichstag and Brandenburger Tor, this ‘artist home’ is one of the city’s more imaginative small hotels. — Time Out

Each room here is an eccentric, and impressive, work of art: one comes with bananas all over the walls and hot-pink velvet bedding, while another is Alice in Wonderland-themed. — Rough Guide

This hotel boasts that it is a "home for artists"... Clients from the arts, media, and even the political or business world are drawn to this unusual hostelry. — Frommer's

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from $46

Kempinski Hotel Bristol

Charlottenburg 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A traditional five-star hotel in central Berlin, with an address on one of the city's iconic shopping avenues. — Jetsetter

Located in a chic neighborhood,Kempinski Hotel Bristol is an upscale hotel in an excellent location for shopping and dining. — Oyster

Grand Dame Hotel of West Berlin's most prestigious promenade, originally opened during roaring Weimar 20's, but then destroyed in WWII air strikes. — BlackBook

One of Berlin’s most famous hotels, the Kempinski was redecorated in the 1990s and has a classic interior. — DK Eyewitness

Berlin's most famous hotel, and the well-aged mother of all Kempinskis, was first a celebrated restaurant before being rebuilt in its present form in 1951. — Time Out

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from $119

Ackselhaus

Prenzlauer Berg 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Small offbeat hotel on an attractive residential street in the heart of the lively Prenzlauer Berg scene. — Rough Guide

At this charismatic retreat in a 19th-century building you'll sleep in large, classily decorated themed rooms. — Lonely Planet

Just doors apart, what ties these two establishments together - aside from their shared reception desk - is a wonderfully realised 'modernised colonial' style. — Time Out

Ackselhaus has several impressive themed rooms, including the safari-esque Africa suite and the Picasso room, and many feature freestanding tubs, rainforest showers, and flat-screen TVs. — Fodor's

A majestic building from the 1800s has been restored and turned into a bastion of elegance and affordability. — Frommer's

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from $141

Bleibtreu Hotel

Charlottenburg 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Opened in 1995, Berlin's first design hotel is relatively unassuming, with simple and serene rooms decorated with untreated oak, polished stone, and neutral shades. — Fodor's

The Bleibtreu is a friendly, smart and cosy establishment. The rooms are on the smaller side, but they're all very modern, and decorated with environmentally sound materials. — Time Out

The welcoming guestrooms in this restored 19 patrician house are well furnished in a modern style. — Michelin Guide

Guests here have a plethora of pretty streetside cafes and art galleries at their beck and call, and there are plenty of real estate offices touting multi-million-euro flats and mansions. — Star Service

The place has a Birkenstock heart; the 60 stylish rooms, as well as the common spaces, are decorated with environmentally friendly untreated woods and all-natural textiles. — Concierge

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from $71

Sofitel Berlin Kurfuerstendamm

Charlottenburg 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Mod rooms, contemporary artworks and a French brasserie in Berlin's upscale Ku'damm neighborhood. — Jetsetter

The location on the Kurfuerstendamm, is near perfect, situated in the heart of the city and a 20-minute drive from the airport, boasts that it has the largest guest rooms in Berlin. — Star Service

If you like edgy design combined with the amenities of a big-city property, the Concorde should fit the bill. — Lonely Planet

The luxury Sofitel Berlin Kurfuerstendamm has a lot going for it, starting with its central location bordering the famed Kurfurstendamm shopping district. — Oyster

The famous Berlin architect, Jan Kleihues, went for understated elegance in the hotel design, which features minimalist interiors in warm colors and modern art on the walls. — Frommer's

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from $141

Hilton Berlin

Mitte 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This city hotel stands out for its impressive lobby, its wide range of wellness and fitness facilities, and its rooms, some of which look onto the Gendarmen market. — Michelin Guide

This plush five-star set on Berlin’s striking Gendarmenmarkt offers a central location and 600 comfortable, contemporary rooms. — The Telegraph

Luxurious, expensive and not very different to any other Hilton hotel, apart from its fine view of the Gendarmenmarkt. — Rough Guide

The Hilton Berlin is a huge 601-room luxury hotel in the heart of Berlin's Mitte district, directly across from Gendarmenmarkt Square. — Oyster

Graced with perhaps the most comprehensive meeting facilities in the city, this premier convention hotel also supplies a variety of amenities, enough to please leisure travelers, too. — Star Service

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from $171
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