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Schlosshotel Im Grunewald

Schlosshotel Im Grunewald Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Set in a quiet residential neighborhood far from the city center, the 53-room Schlosshotel Im Grunewald is a small but opulent five-pearl boutique that was once a private mansion. The interiors have since been redesigned by Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld to dazzling effect. The standard Deluxe Rooms are small yet posh, offering free minibars and marble bathrooms with heated floors, and there are a handful of incredible suites. An indoor pool, full spa, and beautiful gardens provide plenty of space for the well-heeled traveler to relax, and the nearby Grunewald forest is a great natural perk. The service is top-notch on paper, with personal drivers and translators available, but not always so in practice. Non-smokers may not appreciate that the haze from the cigar lounge and designated smoking areas can intrude into the dining spaces. Travelers looking to sightsee should consider arranging for a car, or private driver, both of which the hotel can provide. Wi-Fi is free throughout.
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.
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.
The Westin Grand Berlin

The Westin Grand Berlin Rating: 4.5 Pearls

In a neighborhood populated with upscale hotels, the 400-room Westin Grand Berlin stands out for being less opulent than many of its posh five-pearl competitors. Its interior atrium with lovely skylight makes a big first impression, but this monument of the 1980s excels in business casual rather than white-gloved formality. The conservative rooms are modern, but generic, and only the various themed suites and Spa Suites exceed expectations. Almost every public space doubles as a meeting venue, and it's not uncommon for events to be occurring throughout the airy lobby. Check out the nearby Hilton Hotel - Berlin for similar amenities and rates, or the Regent Berlin for something a bit more grand. There is a pesky fee for Wi-Fi, unless you're an SPG member.
Regent Berlin

Regent Berlin Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Located between the tree-lined Unter den Linden and the beautiful Gendarmenmarkt Square, the 195-room Regent Berlin is a luxury property with one of the best locations in the city. The hotel prides itself on great service and first-class amenities, delivering on both. Plenty of public transportation is nearby and private drivers are available. Large rooms and suites blend traditional elegance and modernity, with classical furnishings, impressive marble bathrooms, and Bose Hi-Fi entertainment systems -- but they could use a refresh. The Michelin-starred Fischers Fritz is one of Berlin's best restaurants, with prices to match, and a traditional English afternoon tea can be had in the hotel's wood-paneled lounge complete with a fireplace. A modern spa and fitness center round out the expected facilities. Regent Berlin consistently rates as one of city's best hotels. Wi-Fi is free throughout.
SANA Berlin Hotel

SANA Berlin Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale hotel, part of the Portuguese SANA chain, is in a convenient western Berlin location, within walking distance to dining and shopping options on popular Kurfürstendamm avenue. Its rooms are large and have an appealing modern minimalism with lauded views of the city. The hotel differentiates itself by its Portuguese flair and having a number of even larger apartment-style rooms with kitchenettes for long stays. Lack of adequate air-conditioning can be an issue throughout summer months, which is only partially alleviated by room windows that open to the city air. The small indoor pool is a bonus for the generally younger clientele, as is the free breakfast, served late through the day. The nearby Hotel Q! lacks the pool, but has more stylish rooms for cheaper rates.
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.
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.
Hotel Q!

Hotel Q! Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The edgy Hotel Q! is as much a club as it is a hotel, something its NH Berlin Kurfüerstendamm isn't as swanky, but it has larger rooms and cheaper rates.

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