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Das Stue

Das Stue Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Located in Berlin’s diplomatic district, Das Stue is a boutique, luxury hotel with 79 chic rooms. From the elegant fine-dining restaurant to the cozy library, the hotel is immaculately decorated, offering the crème de la crème of hotel experiences. There is an indoor pool and a beautiful outdoor terrace. The location is a bit far from several of Berlin's tourist attractions, but there are some galleries, restaurants, and shops in the neighborhood. Guests looking for a more convenient location may want to check out Melia Berlin, a modern, upscale hotel near a transportation hub.

The Mandala Hotel

The Mandala Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Berlin Wall once ran through Potsdamer Platz, where luxury hotels and skyscrapers now tower over a bustling public square. The Mandala Hotel is an independently owned, discreet upscale property in the midst of Berlin's urban jungle, eschewing all the flash outside for understated elegance. Its rooms were formerly apartments and it shows in their huge layouts with kitchenettes and wall-sized windows. The Mandala has an expansive spa on the top floor and an outdoor terrace with views of the city, and also features a two-star Michelin restaurant with an interior garden. The nearby Grand Hyatt Berlin has a pool, bigger staff, and similar amenities, but lacks some of the quiet sophistication found here as well as the enormous rooms.

Sir F.K. Savigny Hotel Berlin

Sir F.K. Savigny Hotel Berlin Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The sleek Sir F.K. Savigny Hotel is a design-inspired boutique hotel in the elegant Charlottenburg neighborhood. All 45 rooms share an ultra-modern black and white motif, complete with flowing white curtains and striking black and white photographs. This hotel offers great freebies, such as in-room Wi-Fi, a minibar stocked with beer and soft drinks, and a Nespresso machine. Bright rooms get excellent natural night and have big flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. An attractive garden with tables and chairs is located out back of the 19th century building, and some rooms have balconies for private outdoor space. While bathrooms lack complete privacy and some guests consider the breakfast to be expensive, this is a great pick for design, location, and freebies.

Michelberger Hotel

Michelberger Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Michelberger Hotel is a trendy, budget-friendly option set in a former warehouse in the Friedrichshain neighborhood. Most of the 119 rooms have spare, modern decor; the exception is the Gold Room, which is decked out in an opulent, romantic style. Some of the rooms have exposed cement, big windows, and open showers, while others have bunk beds and can accommodate larger groups. Higher-end rooms such as the Chalet and Gold Rooms come with better amenities and artistic decor. A big breakfast buffet (for a fee) is served daily, and food and drinks can be ordered from the outdoor terrace. Highlights at this quirky hotel include a stylish lobby full of books and magazines and a bar with live DJs. The local neighborhood is full of more restaurants, bars, and nightlife.

nhow Berlin

nhow Berlin Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The nhow Berlin is an offbeat, creative hotel overlooking the River Spree. This futuristic property has a music theme and offers rare amenities like Gibson guitar room service and two recording studios on-site. Bright colors, psychedelic patterns, and funky-shaped furniture have high visual impact in the lobby, bar, and restaurant. The wild decor is somewhat muted in the rooms, though there's still plenty of pink, and quirky furniture. Rooms are equipped with iPod docks, TVs embedded in mirrors, and electric kettles. A modern fitness center has Precor equipment and a sauna. While there is a pesky fee for Wi-Fi, this innovative hotel offers 24-hour room service and a hip bar and restaurant.

Casa Camper Berlin

Casa Camper Berlin Rating: 3.5 Pearls

In a location convenient to accessing restaurants, night clubs, and transportation, the modern Casa Camper Berlin is an upper-mid-range, boutique property. Its 51 rooms offer trendy, industrial features like work table lamps on nightstands and steel pegs for hanging clothes. The hotel has a 24-hour lounge with free fruit, snacks, and non-alcoholic drinks as well as a bar working on the honor system. There’s also a modern restaurant serving Asian cuisine. Guests looking for a creative vibe may also want to consider PLUS Berlin, a hotel and hostel with an art garden.

Grand City Hotel Berlin Ku'Damm

Grand City Hotel Berlin Ku'Damm Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Grand City Hotel Berlin Ku'Damm is a mid-range option with spare amenities. There are some signs of age in the building, but for the most part everything looks fresh and clean. Quiet rooms are considerably more modern than at sister properties within this small chain -- rooms here have flat-screen TVs, a playful, modern design, and updated bathrooms. The sleek, jazz-themed breakfast area is appealing, as is the patio dining area and the small lobby fireplace. The biggest perk here is the location. The hotel is close to Berlin's best shopping along the Kurfurstendamm and is surrounded by dining options and cafes.

Precise Casa Berlin

Precise Casa Berlin Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Precise Casa Berlin is a mid-range boutique hotel with 35 simple, minimalistic rooms and suites. While standard rooms are small, they have nice updates like flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Deluxe rooms or apartments provide a significant space upgrade, with sitting areas, kitchenettes, and huge soaking tubs. The location in elegant Charlottenburg is near excellent shopping, including the famous Kurfurstendamm, a street lined with boutiques. Convenient extras here include a cozy, modern breakfast room and a bar off the lobby, but the rooms have no air-conditioning -- resulting in uncomfortable summer nights -- and there can be some street noise in the front of the building.

Hotel Astoria am Kurfuerstendamm

Hotel Astoria am Kurfuerstendamm Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The simple 32-room Hotel Astoria -- built in 1888 -- is tucked away in a quiet street off Kurfürstendamm. Big, clean rooms are decorated with classic touches including dark wood furniture. A wave of recent refurbishments have introduced more modern amenities, such as flat-screen TVs and fluffy white duvets. Some rooms have a private balcony, and all guests can enjoy the communal outdoor terrace. While indoor common areas could use some updating, this cozy hotel offers an extensive free breakfast, a nice bar, bike rentals, and free Wi-Fi.

The Circus Hotel

The Circus Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Overlooking Rosenthaler Platz, The Circus Hotel sits across the busy intersection from its older sibling, The Circus Hostel. The latter's success as a backpacker's destination lead to the opening of this 65-room boutique property catering to a hip crowd with a little more disposable income, but the rates are still less than at other mid-range properties in Berlin. Late breakfasts, bike rentals, and free walking tours led by knowledgeable staff all make this eclectic hotel stand out from the crowd, but the laudable eco-friendly and sustainable policies come with a downside -- no air-conditioning, which can be a deal breaker on hot summer nights. Travelers seeking more creature comforts in the city center can check the Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin Hauptbahnhof to the west, which also has a pool for only slightly higher rates.

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Locations

  • Charlottenburg
  • East Berlin
  • Friedrichshain
  • Kreuzberg
  • Ku'Damm
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • Grand City
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