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Grand Dame Hotel of West Berlin's most prestigious promenade, originally opened during roaring Weimar 20's, but then destroyed in WWII air strikes.
One of Berlin’s most famous hotels, the Kempinski was redecorated in the 1990s and has a classic interior.
An icon in western Berlin, Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin opened its doors in 1952 and has since hosted A-listers from John F. Kennedy to Cary Grant and Ava Gardner. Its traditional,... Full review →All rooms feature a selection of pillows and hypoallergenic bed linens (Tempur mattresses can be provided on request), a TV and minibar, and either a bathtub and/or a shower.
This hotel reigns as one of Berlin's most prestigious and visible hotels, enjoying a reputation equivalent to some of the best hotels in the world. Full review →
A traditional five-star hotel in central Berlin, with an address on one of the city's iconic shopping avenues. Full review →
The impressive building on the renowned Ku'damm is an elegant luxury hotel, which has already welcomed many a distinguished guest.
Located in a chic neighborhood,Kempinski Hotel Bristol is an upscale hotel in an excellent location for shopping and dining. Full review →
This hotel is located in Berlin's bustling commercial center, adjacent to the city's cafe scene and high end shopping. Long a key rendezvous for Berliners, the property is successor to... Full review →Be sure to book a room rate with breakfast or pay dearly upon arrival.
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. Full review →
Semicircular property with 301 rooms (some classic and outfitted with English and Continental antiques, others modern) and a leafy inner courtyard. Full review →
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