Best Luxury Hotels In Berlin

Berlin, the vibrant heart of Germany, is a city rich in history, culture, and innovation. Visitors will find an eclectic mix of architecture, ranging from the remnants of the Berlin Wall that once divided the city, to the sleek glass dome of the Reichstag that symbolises transparency and democracy. Known for its dynamic art scene, Berlin is a canvas for artists and creatives from around the globe, offering an excellent and inspiring selection of galleries, street art, and performances. Home to Michelin­ starred restaurants, along with a renowned sustainable eating scene, the culinary landscape here is varied and of extremely high standards making it a popular choice with ‘foodie’ travellers. This is a city that pulsates with life – it is a living, breathing entity that embodies resilience, transformation, and an unyielding spirit of freedom.

The Hoxton, Charlottenburg

The Hoxton, Charlottenburg features 234 tastefully designed rooms and a series of culinary and social spaces including The Teahouse and House of Tandoor, offering a rich blend of North Indian cuisine and local culinary delights. The interior design, crafted by AIME Studios, showcases a blend of rough nouveau aesthetics, combining elements of Brutalism with the theatrical charm of Charlottenburg’s golden era, adorned with Art Deco fittings and bespoke artworks. The hotel also hosts The Apartment, a dynamic venue for events, and maintains a community focus through partnerships with local charities and cultural initiatives. This venture promises guests an immersive experience reflective of its vibrant neighbourhood, underlining The Hoxton’s commitment to being an integral part of the communities it inhabits.

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Hotel Telegraphenamt

Steeped in history, Telegraphenamt is housed in Berlin’s former Telegraph office, which was considered Germany’s most sophisticated postal building. Its basement contained one of the largest pneumatic mail tube systems in Europe – revolutionising the way to deliver mail at the time. Spearheaded by renowned Berlin proprietor Roland Mary, the historically listed building was lovingly restored and modernised, reopening as Telegraphenamt in late 2022 to enrich the neighbourhoods around Hackesche Höfe, Auguststrasse and Torstrasse with its diverse offerings of culture, venue uses, and gastronomy.

The meticulously restored historic building boasts 97 charming rooms and maisonettes, ranging from 21 and 140 square meters, serving as retreats in the metropolis. Inspired by the Berlin of the 1920s, the building’s history and the current lifestyle of the city, the original building elements such as the columns, capped ceilings in the rooms and the exposed brick walls have been integrated into the modern interior design. Rooms facing Monbijoupark afford views of the TV Tower, the Berlin Cathedral, and the red City Hall. The seven maisonettes, with 14-feet high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, offer an exceptional living space.

Telegraphenamt is also home to the destination restaurant ROOT. With a versatile offering, the ROOT menu has influences from across the globe, but with most of the ingredients being sourced locally. Behind the concept is the team of Roland Mary, who operates several restaurants in Berlin including the iconic Borchardt – a celebrity favourite, with past guests including George Clooney, Leonardo DiCaprio, Madonna, and Barack Obama. Guests can also enjoy bespoke cocktails at ROOT bar: where chic ambience meets eclectic cocktail art, and the hotel’s meeting and event spaces that have played backdrop to Berlin Fashion Week parties.

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JW Marriott Hotel Berlin

Found just off Potsdamer Platz, this hotel with views of Berlin’s landmarks is ideal for sightseers. The large ten-storey property first opened in 2005, but was relaunched by JW Marriott in 2023 with a fresh look. Its health club incorporates a spa, an indoor pool, a hot tub and treatment rooms. 505 bedrooms are designed by El Ghoneimi, with public spaces taking inspiration from the nearby Tiergarten. Chef Friedemann Heinrich is at the helm of the food and drink offer, which includes the Market Restaurant (where ingredients are supplied from the hotel’s kitchen garden), a steakhouse, The Berlin Baking Company, a Cigar Lounge, and Bar 26.

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Das Stue

Flawlessly combining a warm and sophisticated interior design overlook with a contemporary hospitality concept, Das Stue can be found on the south-western edge of the large and lovely Tiergarten. The magnificent main building was designed in the 1930s by renowned architect Johann Emil Schaudt and boasts sweeping staircases combined with innovative light displays. Food lovers will really be in their element here, as Michelin starred cuisine is just waiting to be enjoyed in the Cinco restaurant, which offers a number of imaginative high-end Spanish-Mediterranean fusion dishes. The onsite facilities are simply magnificent, while most of the large guestrooms and lavish suites provide enchanting views of the Tiergarten from their huge balconies and picture windows.

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The Ritz Carlton Berlin

Set on Potsdamer Platz, this sumptuous hotel has long been popular among business travellers and lovers of luxury. Guests will find a number of stirring attractions located within easy walking distance, such as the Brandenburg Gate and the Holocaust Museum, while the whole plaza is surrounded by sections of the original Berlin Wall. The hotel interiors combine old European elegance with touches of modern New York City style and guests are invited to make use of the exclusive Club lounge as well as the wellness spa and a wide range of other facilities. Each of the 303 guestrooms and 40 suites are created in the same elegantly luxurious style and most come complete with enchanting views of Potsdamer Platz or Tiergarten Park.

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Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin

This elegant hotel has welcomed a number of high-profile guests over the years including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Michael Jackson. This hotel overlooks the Brandenburg Gate and boasts a number of facilities that are fit for royalty such as the magnificent spa that covers two floors. The grand lobby is especially impressive and boasts a huge Murano chandelier as well as an iconic elephant fountain. There are 80 different suites to choose from in total and although they vary in terms of size and amenities, you can be sure that each suite will be extremely comfortable.

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The Westin Grand Berlin

Everything about this hotel is set to impress, from the huge staircase in the lobby lit with tiny golden lights and an enormous overhead chandelier to the first-rate service. The Westin Grand can be found in the heart of the historic Friedrich City district and special tours are available upon request. There are several different styles of rooms and suites to choose from and those who are seeking pure luxury and relaxation are sure to love the Spa Suite, which provides impressive city views as well as an enormous living room and a bathroom complete with a bathtub spa.

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Hotel de Rome, a Rocco Forte Hotel

This elegant establishment started life in the 19th century as a prestigious bank and has managed to retain much of its original luxury and sophistication. Guests are sure to appreciate the glamorous location right on Unter den Linden’s historic Bebelplatz, which is home to the State Opera, St. Hedwig’s Cathedral and a wealth of other attractions. While each of the 145 guestrooms and 37 suites are comfortable and stylish, guests who are looking for something truly special should make sure they reserve the magnificent Renaissance Room. This huge suite once served as the meeting room for the bank’s most prominent members and boasts oak panelling complete with a hidden bookcase door. The colourful Bebel Suite is another popular option as it boasts a wraparound terrace and a library containing more than a thousand books.

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Waldorf Astoria Berlin

Set in the upmarket City West district, this classic hotel combines excellent service with a very convenient location. The classic Art Deco is blended with contemporary touches and guests can be sure they will receive a warm welcome from the ever-attentive staff. The fifth floor is home to German’s only Guerlain Spa, which covers more than a thousand square metres and provides an impressive array of relaxation and beauty treatments for guests to choose from. Each of the 232 guestrooms and suites boasts huge picture windows that perfectly showcase the enchanting views of the Berlin Zoological Garden.

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Grand Hyatt Berlin

Set on Potsdamer Platz, this elegant hotel boasts the distinction of being the first ever Grand Hyatt to have been established in Europe. Guests will find all the sophisticated touches they would expect from this legendary hotel brand, including a club room set with a roaring fireplace and grand piano. The rooftop spa and pool provide guests with the opportunity to unwind in style while soaking up stunning city views, while the largest suites here come complete with their very own marble spa tub as well as a wide range of other modern amenities.

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Hotel Zoo Berlin, a Member of Design Hotel

Unwinding on the rooftop terrace while sipping a cool cocktail is a popular activity among both hotel guests and residents of Berlin. There are plenty of imaginative and inspiring touches throughout the hotel that just beg to be admired such as the seventy-foot-long jade carpeted catwalk and the iconic Living Room with its huge fireplace and wing chairs. Luxury lovers who truly want to splurge should secure one of the two Penthouse Suites that can be found on the sixth floor, where they will be treated to a double-sided fireplace and a large array of beauty products in the elegant bathroom.

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