Hotel Adlon Kempinski vs art'otel berlin mitte

Both Hotel Adlon Kempinski and art'otel berlin mitte are praised by professional reviewers writing for major publications. On balance, Hotel Adlon Kempinski ranks significantly better than art'otel berlin mitte. Hotel Adlon Kempinski ranks #1 in Berlin with accolades from 20 publications including Oyster, Concierge and Time Out.

Hotel Adlon Kempinski
9 / 10
Unter den Linden 77, 10117 Berlin
From $299 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Shuttle Bus
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Michelin Guide
"Situated in the capital, this imposing grand hotel, which has hosted a list of crowned heads far too long to cite here, is synonymous with glitz and glamour."
"Berlin's most historic hotel... Rooms are mostly large and have lots of state-of-the-art electronic extras." Full review
"A favorite gathering place of intellectuals and art-world glitterati during the hotel's heyday... The rooms and suites... are a retro-modern hybrid of Art Deco and Asian fusion."
"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." Full review
Insight Guides
"Its many rooms and suites are some of the most luxurious in Berlin and have prices to match, but no other Berlin hotel offers a view of the iconic Brandenburger Tor."
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art'otel berlin mitte
7 / 10
Wallstrasse 70-73, 10179 Berlin
From $84 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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Lonely Planet
"This boutique hotel wears its ‘art’ moniker with a justified swagger: more than 400 works by renowned contemporary German artist Georg Baselitz decorate its 109 rooms and the public areas." Full review
DK Eyewitness
"Overlooking the Spree river, this upmarket hotel is well-priced and one of the most popular places in Mitte."
Time Out
"A real treasure on the Spree. This delightful hotel is a creative fusion of old and new, combining restored rococo reception rooms with ultra-modern bedrooms designed by Nalbach Nalbach." Full review
Rough Guide
"Smart, lively, quirky hotel – lots of contemporary and modern art, including an impressive range of Georg Baselitz paintings – in a quiet corner of Berlin, close to the U-Bahn."
"Over the past decade or so, hoteliers looking to create a USP and stand out from the pack have turned their rooms and public spaces into miniature art galleries." Full review
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