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Hotel Adlon Kempinski

Hotel Adlon Kempinski Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Hotel Adlon Kempinski is an elegant, classic hotel with a rich history. Its predecessor was one of the most popular hotels in Europe through World War II, hosting guests such as Charlie Chaplin and Josephine Baker. The original building was demolished, but after the fall of the Berlin Wall, a building inspired by the original was built on the same location near the Brandenburg Gate. This 382-room hotel still attracts A-list clientele -- this is where Michael Jackson dangled his baby son from a balcony in 2002. Luxurious rooms have heavy drapes, four-poster canopy beds, plush couches, and fresh cut roses. Marble bathrooms offer soaking tubs and heated floors. These inviting rooms, combined with the hotel's impressive amenities -- an indoor pool, full spa, fitness center, and variety of restaurants -- make this one of the best picks in Berlin.
H10 Berlin Ku'damm

H10 Berlin Ku'damm Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Part of the Spanish hotel chain H10 that continues to expand through Europe, H10 Berlin Ku'damm opened in 2011, renovating an old historic property and adding another building to create a modern 199-room, upscale property. It's in a convenient location in western Berlin, within walking distance of restaurants and Kurfürstendamm avenue, known locally as Ku'damm, one of the city's main tourist and shopping streets. Still, the hotel sits on a busy crossroad that can give street-facing rooms some unwanted city noise. The standard Deluxe Double Rooms are on the small side, but the urban elegance of lofted suites in the older building are memorable. Though slightly less luxurious, the nearby NH Berlin Kurfürstendamm has larger standard rooms and cheaper rates.
Hotel Berlin, Berlin

Hotel Berlin, Berlin Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With over 700 rooms, Hotel Berlin, Berlin, is one of the biggest hotels in its namesake city. The large public interiors reinforce the feeling, but some of its rooms which are quirky and individually designed give the venue the feel of a smaller hotel. The basic units aren't quite up to the standards of a four-pearl property, but neither are their prices. The Berlin, Berlin's other rooms are up to spec with differing amenities catering to different crowds -- work desks, Nespresso machines, and small balconies for instance -- though not everyone will appreciate the trendy decor. The SANA Berlin Hotel has comparable rates closer to the action in western Berlin along with the added perks of a small pool and free breakfast.
Hotel Savoy Berlin

Hotel Savoy Berlin Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The historic Hotel Savoy is located in the elegant Charlottenburg neighborhood. This hotel first opened its doors in 1929, and welcomed famous guests from Greta Garbo to Thomas Mann in its grander days. The 125 rooms are large and traditional, with simple bathrooms, free in-room Wi-Fi, coffee machines, and flat-screen TVs -- though they are starting to show some wear and tear. Perks here include a cigar lounge, several restaurants and bars, and a small fitness center with sauna. A color palette of regal red is found throughout this charming hotel, and though some guests complain of thin walls, service here is still top-notch.
Brilliant Apartments

Brilliant Apartments Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Made up of 11 apartments of various sizes in an historic building, Brilliant Apartments offers a cozy and homey place to stay in the trendy and picturesque Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin. The area is central, but fairly quiet, too, with lots of restaurants and shops within walking distance, and all major sights within a quick metro ride. There's a great cafe, Krone, on the first floor, which serves breakfast for a fee. The apartments are spacious and tastefully decorated, with separate kitchens, sitting areas, and dining areas.
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.
Hotel Art Nouveau Berlin

Hotel Art Nouveau Berlin Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Hotel Art Nouveau Berlin is a charming, family-run B&B in the Charlottenburg neighborhood. The 22 individually decorated rooms occupy the second and fourth floors of a historic apartment building, complete with an antique cage elevator. Rooms have stucco ceilings, wooden floors, and a great mix of antiques and contemporary decor. Technology includes small flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. An organic breakfast buffet is served in the sunny breakfast room and an honesty bar is open throughout the night. While there is no 24-hour reception and no air conditioning in the rooms, the great use of color and distinctly Berlin flair make this B&B a good pick.
Grand Hostel Berlin

Grand Hostel Berlin Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The 33-room Grand Hostel Berlin is a cut above the average for hostel accommodation, located in an historic Victorian building. It's in the hip neighborhood of Kreuzberg, opposite a picturesque canal and close to the city's nightlife scene. There's a hip library bar just off the lobby, and a restaurant and snack bar on-site too. Bicycles are available to rent for a fee from the front desk. There are private rooms and dorm rooms available, all of which are clean and comfortable with neutral decor.
ArtHotel Connection

ArtHotel Connection Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The 17-room Art Nouveau-style ArtHotel Connection is a friendly gay hotel in the Schoeneberg district, located on a floor of an historic apartment building. It's light on amenities, with no restaurant or bar on-site, but there are plenty of places to dine and drink in the neighborhood. This hotel isn't right in the center of the main tourist attractions, but they're easy to get to, with two underground stations close by. Rooms and public spaces make a feature of the nineteenth century architecture and feature quirky touches to add character. It's worth noting that some rooms share a bathroom.

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  • Historic
  • Luxury
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Locations

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

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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