Hotels in the Berlin City Centre

by Patrick M. Lind
A view of the Berlin Cathedral

A view of the Berlin Cathedral

Berliner Dom, Berlin image by Heather Russell from

The hotels in Berlin’s center resemble the city’s historical heritage and vibrant atmosphere. The large variety of individually designed hotels represent different styles and designs and let travelers chose according to their preference. As most of them are located directly next to Berlin’s tourist sights, they allow guests to explore the city’s famous historical and architectural landmarks by foot.

Hotel Adlon Kempinski

Located near the Brandenburg Gate, Hotel Adlon Kempinski is one of Berlin’s most prestigious addresses. The legendary hotel welcomes guests to 382 rooms and suites designed in a luxurious elegance with exquisite fabrics, plush furniture, parquet floors and marble bathrooms. Antique collectibles and decorative flower arrangements add to their warm and welcoming ambiance. All rooms come with high-tech amenities. The on-site wellness area features an indoor swimming pool, spa, fitness room, sauna and steam bar in a stylish setting reminiscent of a Roman Thermae with marble floors, wall frescoes and antique pillars. Culinary facilities include five gourmet restaurants, a lobby lounge and a cocktail bar.

Hotel de Rome Berlin

Hotel de Rome Berlin resides in a historic 19th century building near Berlin’s famous boulevard Unter den Linden (“Under the Linden Trees”). It opens to a stylish interior that combines classic elements with modern contemporary design. The lobby area features a large atrium with designer furniture, marble pillars, artsy flower arrangements and large globe lamps. It leads to the 146 rooms and suites that come in a voguish contemporary design with high ceilings, panorama windows and state-of-the-art amenities. Hotel facilities include a spa area with Yoga, Finnish Sauna, steam bath and fitness studio, a gourmet restaurant, American bar and a roof terrace cafe.

The Regent Berlin

Situated at Berlin’s beautiful Gendarmenmarkt Square, surrounded by famous 17th century buildings, The Regent Berlin offers an old-world classiness. Marble floors and wall panelings, chandeliers, stucco ceilings and antique furniture greet guests in the common areas. Pastel hues with exquisite fabrics, plush couches, chandeliers and large panorama windows characterize the 156 rooms and 39 suites. The wellness area with indoor pool, sauna, spa and fitness room encourages relaxation after a day of sight seeing. A gourmet restaurant, a lobby lounge with summer terrace, a cafe and a bar serve regional and international specialties in a sophisticated surrounding.

Lux Eleven Design Hotel Berlin

Lux Eleven Design Hotel Berlin invites guests to experience avant-garde design and living amid one of the hippest neighborhoods in the city center. A minimalist design defines the lobby area and rooms and suites. Large window fronts and subtle light illuminations create a light and airy ambiance in all rooms, which also come with state-of-the-art amenities. The hotel features a restaurant serving Italian gourmet cuisine as well as a fashion store and a spa with Aveda products and a hairdresser.

About the Author

Patrick M. Lind has been freelance writing since 2007 and has worked as an editor and journalist for He received a Master of Arts in history from the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands and has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and Middle East.

Photo Credits

  • Berliner Dom, Berlin image by Heather Russell from