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Top 10 luxury hotels in Berlin

Brimming with famous architecture, a vibrant nightlife and an impressive cultural landscape, Berlin is one of the world’s most exciting and captivating cities. From the iconic Brandenburg Gate and the stylish boutiques of the Kurfürstendamm to the verdant scenery of the Tiergarten Park, the German capital is overflowing with history, culture and a dynamic energy. Here are our top 10 luxury hotels in Berlin: The Mandala Hotel The Mandala is a contemporary design haven situated between the Reichstag, Holocaust Museum and the Philharmonic Hall. Delight in delectable Michelin-starred cuisine, elegant modern interiors and a luxury hotel spa with spectacular views over the city. Mandala Berlin Hotel Concorde Berlin Designed by German architect Jan Kleihues, the Concorde sits moments from Berlin’s most famous shopping boulevard, the Kurfürstendamm. Visitors can indulge at the hotel’s luxury spa, complete with sauna, steam room, plunge pool and a menu of deluxe treatments. Hotel Concorde Berlin Soho House Berlin Centrally located in the Mitte district, Soho House occupies a restored Bauhaus building that offers a variety of individually designed guestrooms, featuring stand-alone bathtubs or traditional record players. Unwind in the luxury hotel spa and rooftop pool before catching a film at the vintage cinema. Soho House Berlin Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin Occupying an enviable location on Pariser Platz, Hotel Adlon Kempinski combines the grandeur of the original property with contemporary 5-star comforts. Dine in style at the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant, which dates back to 1907. Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin Hotel Grand Hyatt Berlin Designed by Spanish architect Rafael Moneo, the Grand Hyatt is adorned with impressive artwork by world-famous artists, creating a stylish and vibrant ambiance. Guests can enjoy spellbinding vistas of the German capital from the luxury hotel spa and rooftop pool. Hotel Grand Hyatt Berlin Hotel Palace Berlin Located moments from the Potsdamer Platz and the emblematic Brandenburg Gate, the Palace is a modern hotel that boasts exclusive suites designed by London’s Ezra Attia and a Michelin-starred restaurant. Indulge at the hotel’s luxurious spa, which offers a range of treatments, sauna, ice room, solarium and whirlpool. Hotel Palace Berlin Hotel de Rome Occupying a converted 19th century bank building, Hotel de Rome is surrounded by a collection of Berlin’s cultural delights, including the magnificent State Opera House and the Brandenburg Gate. Visitors can enjoy the opulence of the hotel’s spa, which is located in the former jewel vault. Hotel de Rome Das Stue Hotel Originally the Royal Danish Embassy, Das Stue Hotel is a sophisticated design hotel set within a 1930s building, located moments from Tiergarten Park and Berlin Zoo. Unwind in relaxing spaces created by Spanish architect Patricia Urquiola, or in the luxury hotel spa with a range of revitalising treatments. Das Stue Hotel Alma Schlosshotel Im Grunewald Set within a historic mansion and styled by Karl Lagerfeld, Hotel Alma boasts impressive interiors complete with sparkling chandeliers and palatial lounge areas. Savour traditional and contemporary French cuisine in the hotel restaurant, Vivaldi, regarded as one of Berlin’s finest. Alma Schollhotel Im Grunewald Grand Hotel Esplanade Berlin Hotel Esplanade is within easy reach of the fashionable Kurfürstendamm and is situated between the Tiergarten park and one of the city’s tranquil canals. Guests can unwind in the luxury hotel spa, which offers a herb sauna, range of therapeutic treatments and indoor swimming pool. Grand Hotel Esplanade Berlin Emily Turner is Editor at Splendia. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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  1. Wow, that rooftop deck at Hotel de Rome is unbelievable! I have a friend that keeps offering to put me up in Berlin if I visit, but I may need to get away to spend at least one night there.

  2. I love Hotel de Rome, fab bar, rooftop, breakfast and the rooms are sooo stylish!! I have not yet tested Soho House though so that is definitely on the to-do list for my next Berlin trip.

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