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Set in the former headquarters of a 19th-century bank, Hotel de Rome forms a major part of Bebelplatz, the historic square best known as the site of the Nazis' notorious book burning in 1933. Full review →
Relative newcomer Hotel de Rome undeniably raised the luxury bar in Berlin by accentuating its historic address and imposing architecture with contemporary glamour.
What puts the Hotel de Rome over the top for us, making it one of our favorite hotels in Berlin, is the location.
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. Full review →
The interior is a vision of Post-Modern ideas, while the Italian restaurant, the Opera café and the spa area live up to the expectations of a hotel geared towards the international jet set.
Discreet service and a subdued but boutiquey atmosphere make the Hotel de Rome a major draw for the Hollywood jet set. Full review →
The Rocco Forte chain makes its Berlin bow in this classically designed building off Unter den Linden in the center of Berlin. Full review →
Converted bank on Bebelplatz with indoor/outdoor Mediterranean dining and a spa inside the old jewel vault. Full review →
To feed your luxury cravings, set up shop in this 19th-century bank on historic Bebelplatz for a delightful alchemy of historic and contemporary flair. Full review →
A luxury hotel on the Bebelplatz in the impressive framework of a building dating from 1889.
The Hotel de Rome is a luxury property in central Berlin, within walking distance of many major historic sights. Full review →
Occupying a nineteenth-century former Dresdner Bank building, this high-class hotel mixes history with a swanky interior, luxurious rooms.
This contemporary palace combines modern amenities with classical charm, making it one of Rocco Forte's true gems Full review →A personal business concierge responds to last-minute requests, and parking is available for a whopping daily fee.
Original features enhanced by contemporary touches in the spa, cocktail bar and elegant hotel restaurant. Rooms are restrained and luxurious, some with views of Bebelplatz. Full review →
In 2006, this 19th-century manse, originally built as the headquarters of Dresdener Bank, was transformed by Rocco Forte into a grand and sumptuous affair. Full review →
The Rocco Forte group typically makes magic out of run-down but exquisitely situated properties, like Brown’s Hotel in London and the Hotel de Russie in Rome. Full review →
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