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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.
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 Ritz-Carlton, Berlin

The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 303-room Ritz-Carlton, located near Postdamer Platz, is one of the most luxurious hotels in Berlin. The rooms are gorgeous in a classically elegant way, featuring mahogany furniture, rich curtains, plush bedding, and massive marble bathrooms with separate soaking tubs and showers. Modern amenities include touch-screen controls and large flat-screen TVs. Wi-Fi is available, but it comes with a pesky additional fee. The hotel has plenty of amenities, including a large spa, indoor pool, sauna, and fitness center. There are also several dining and drinking options on-site, along with 24-hour room service.
Grand Hyatt Berlin

Grand Hyatt Berlin Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The prestigious location and upscale atmosphere draw travelers to this luxury Hyatt in Berlin's city center. It's right off the historic Potsdamer Platz, a triumph of post-Cold War business development, and within walking distance to many of Berlin's attractions. It's an expensive hotel in an expensive part of town, with views of the city from The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin.
NH Berlin Mitte

NH Berlin Mitte Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The NH Berlin Mitte is a 392-room property in the heart of the city. Rooms feature stylish, contemporary decor and flat-screen TVs. All rooms have minibars, coffeemakers, and soundproof windows. The hotel restaurant offers a (pricey) daily breakfast buffet and serves both international and Spanish cuisine for lunch and dinner. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Hotel perks include a small, modern fitness room, small sauna and spa area, and bike rental program. Overall, it's a nice upscale pick that offers a solid value.
Andel's Hotel Berlin

Andel's Hotel Berlin Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Geared mostly toward business guests, Andel’s Hotel is located outside of Berlin’s main city center, but most attractions can be reached easily by car or S-Bahn, two stops of which are situated outside of the hotel. With parking on-site, several huge meeting rooms, ballrooms, and presentation areas, a fitness center, and three saunas -- plus a whirlpool, Andel’s offers more amenities than most in its price range (that are located in the city center), but there's nothing of much interest to visit within walking distance. It’s a hip, modern hotel well-suited to anyone who doesn’t mind traveling by car or S-Bahn to visit the sights.
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.
Steigenberger Berlin

Steigenberger Berlin Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With more than 400 rooms, including suites, the Steinberger is one of the largest hotels in Berlin’s city center, but unlike many hotels of its size that err on the side of generic uniformity, the upscale Steinberger offers personality in its design, along with some special amenities that include a large, locally sourced breakfast spread, two fine-dining restaurants that highlight regional fare, and a lounge with regular live music. It also has an indoor swimming pool under a domed roof, a sauna, spa, and fitness center, plus ample meeting and event space. The hotel is within easy reach of Berlin’s busiest shopping area and the Berlin Zoo. All in all, the Steinberger offers great value at a reasonable price.
Grand Hotel Esplanade Berlin

Grand Hotel Esplanade Berlin Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The four-pearl Esplanade is located on Landwehr Canal, within a 10-minute walk to Tiergarten Park. It’s a bit far from many tourist attractions, but there’s a sightseeing bus pickup spot a short walk away. The property has a spa and small indoor pool as well as dining options, including a breakfast buffet with a large variety of foods, an upscale fusion restaurant, and a bar serving traditional German fare and ales. The popular Harry’s New-York Bar is also on-site, serving an extensive list of international drinks. Business travelers may also want to check out Meliá Berlin, a hotel that offers an exclusive floor with its own breakfast and meeting room.
InterContinental Berlin

InterContinental Berlin Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 558-room luxury property has a convenient location in central Berlin, overlooking the Zoological Gardens and a short walk from the famous Tiergarten. Contemporary rooms have sophisticated decor, spacious bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, and stocked minibars; some have great views of the gardens. The InterContinental has all of the amenities you'd expect from a big, upscale chain: an extensive spa, indoor pool, fitness center, and two restaurants (including one with a Michelin star). While this hotel is a solid luxury pick in Berlin, there are pesky fees for in-room Internet access and for use of the saunas in the fitness center. The InterContinental is a popular choice for large conferences, and the hotel can feel a bit overrun during such events.

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