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Germany (11)

Das Stue

Welcome to Berlin's first luxury boutique hotel. Situated in the diplomatic district, the Das Stue hotel is right in the centre of Germany's capital. Nestled in the lush Tiergarten park and adjacent to the Zoo, it is only a short drive from all the shopping, art & entertainment hot spots in both East and West Berlin.

Occupying a 1930s building that originally was Berlin's Royal Danish Embassy, Das Stue's unique heritage is reflected in its name, the Danish term for "living room." The hotel incorporates the prominence of its classicist facade and the natural beauty of its leafy Tiergarten address, formerly the city's royal hunting grounds. The owners have created a sophisticated urban retreat with personalized comforts – much like the living room of someone who is well connected in Berlin and has immediate access to the city's countless attractions.

Patricia Urquiola, the acclaimed Spanish architect and designer, brings her signature sleek and elegant touch to the hotel’s interiors. Michelin-starred Catalan chef Paco Pérez helms Das Stue’s own Michelin-starred eatery, serving avant-garde Mediterranean cuisine combined with local accents.


Hotel De Rome Rocco Forte

Buzzing with the energy of a city reborn, Berlin is a European capital like no other. At its heart, on historic Bebelplatz lies Hotel De Rome, amongst the history, architecture and culture of the Mitte district.

Hotel De Rome is one of Berlin’s most intriguing buildings. Once the headquarters of the Dresdner bank, there’s a fascinating history to discover within its walls. A swimming pool in the former jewel vault. A grand ballroom is the old cashier’s hall. Oak-panelled suites in the old bank director offices. Now a five-star hotel, it offers exceptional hospitality, flavoursome cuisine and first-rate facilities.

Spacious and inviting, each of 108 Berlin Rooms is decorated in tones of cream, blue and red. The little touches that make you feel at home. Hotel de Rome’s 37 Berlin Suites are roomy, comfortable and elegant with contemporary design and historic detail.

Hotel De Rome is where historical legacy meets contemporary living in the heart of Berlin. You’ll be perfectly placed to explore the city - moments from the boutiques of Friedrichstrasse, historical landmarks such as the Brandburg Gate, Alexanderplatz and the Reichstag, as well as cultural attractions including Museum Island and the Jewish Museum.


Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin

Situated in Pariser Platz Square and on Unter den Linden Boulevard, Hotel Adlon Kempinski is within close proximity to the most famous landmark of Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate, and surrounded by sights and attractions, exclusive boutiques, galleries and theatres...

Hotel Adlon Kempinski offers you an extensive range of five-star services to ensure your visit to Berlin is a trip to remember, from incredible city tours to luxury limousine and concierge services.

Choose to stay in one of its elegant guest rooms or pick from 13 different suite types all with beautiful views of Berlin. As well as an extensive spa offering, the hotel has two stylish bars and three refined restaurants for guests to enjoy.

Berlin is a great place for dining out. In the city’s dining establishments, old and new traditions from both the East and the West come together. To get an idea of how different haute cuisine can taste, you do not have to roam about Berlin. At Hotel Adlon Kempinski, you can embark on a journey of endless culinary possibilities.



am Steinplatz

A survivor of two world wars, this ‘grande dame’ of the West Berlin hotel scene has long been an elegant and sophisticated meeting point for the city’s artists, aristocrats, and prominent Berliners. Re-opened in 2013, its striking interior design is a perfect mix of old and new, a fact that mirrors its location, retaining many original period features complemented by sophisticated contemporary furnishings.

Based in the heart of West Berlin’s sophisticated and changing neighbourhood, the am Steinplatz is where old and new Berlin meet. Showcasing exquisite architectural accents and a wealth of amenities, the Hotel am Steinplatz, Autograph Collection welcomes travelers to Berlin's exclusive Charlottenburg district with a seamless blend of culture, history and lifestyle.

At first sight Hotel Am Steinplatz may still resemble the Art Nouveau hotel which opened its doors in 1913. However, walk through its impressive canopied entrance and you’ll discover a refreshingly modern, high-end boutique hotel. The lobby – an expanse of polished grey marble dotted with contemporary pieces – immediately soothes and relaxes. Upstairs, the hotel’s 84 individually-styled rooms – including 2 types of suite – offer ample space to relax, sleep and revive. In the evening, take a seat at the marble cocktail bar for an aperitif, followed by dinner in the restaurant where you can watch award-winning chefs conjure their creations. To unwind and indulge, head to the 300 sq m spa that spans the top two floors – where you can enjoy a comprehensive range of treatments and outdoor terrace.


Ritz Carlton Berlin

Experience The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin, one of the most striking luxury hotels in the charismatic and architecturally-rich Potsdamer Platz quarter. This five-star hotel’s location near the Berlin Wall is only minutes from world-class museums, upscale shopping and historic landmarks, enticing guests to enjoy the city's vibrant fusion of art, entertainment, and culture from one of the most exceptional vantage points in Berlin, Germany.

Experience the energy of a vibrant city center, then retreat to the refined tranquility of The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin - one of the most exclusive five star hotels in Berlin. From afternoon tea in the Tea Lounge, to the freshly baked croissants served in Brasserie Desbrosses, guests will delight in the daily surprises destined to leave indelible impressions.

The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin offers luxurious 303 guest rooms including 39 suites, 1 Presidential Suite and 1 The Ritz-Carlton Apartment (265 sq m).


Regent Berlin

One of the best luxury hotels in the world, Regent Berlin is the epitome of timeless refinement and impeccable service, set in the heart of Berlin’s historic Mitte district, overlooking beautiful Gendarmenmarkt Square. Situated on Charlottenstraße in Berlin’s historic Mitte district, Regent Berlin is just a short stroll from all the best sights and experiences the city has to offer.

Luxurious textiles and classic Biedermeier furniture lend an air of timeless elegance to the 156 guest rooms and 39 suites of this five-star Berlin hotel. Each is styled as an individual haven with a bespoke handcrafted feel in an eclectic mix of warm colors that create an atmosphere of quiet comfort. Modern technology and amenities maximize convenience, while the sensuous sanctuary of marble bathrooms with walk-in showers and deep soaking tubs adds a sumptuous touch to every stay. A private French balcony is also a feature in all rooms and suites.

Ranked among the top hotels by both leisure and business travelers, Regent Berlin caters to every conceivable need or desire within an environment of quiet sophistication. A restful retreat, an exceptional meeting venue, and a glorious setting for grand occasions and celebrations.


Fairmont Vier Jahreszeiten Hamburg

The Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten is the essence of what is understood to be a Grand Hotel in the European tradition and offers an experience rich in spectacular historic charm and great luxury. Prominently located on the western side of the Inner Alster Lake shore in Germany, The Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten lies in the heart of the prime retail and commercial district of Germany.

All 156 guest rooms and suites are refurbished and equipped with the newest state-of-the-art technique, refitted to the highest standards in an amazingly young and detailed design with the highest level of luxury and elegance.

The Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten offers international top cuisine in Hamburg. In its four exquisite restaurants and bars a large choice of delicious dishes and drinks is served satisfying diverse tastes.

Over the rooftops of Hamburg extends the modern wellness oasis at Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten. The Spa and Fitness Club is situated in the 5th and 6th floor of the famous hotel and offers on over 500 sq m exquisite relaxing facilities for body and soul to the inhabitants of Hamburg.


Mandarin Oriental Munich

Located in a quiet street, Mandarin Oriental, Munich is a five-star hotel, close to many of the city’s most famous sites. A small, yet perfectly formed hotel, it offers luxury in the unique surroundings of the picturesque Old Town.

With 48 beautiful rooms, 25 spacious suites, a rooftop pool and excellent dining, it offers a truly luxurious experience.

Elegantly appointed and beautifully designed, Mandarin Oriental, Munich offers the perfect mix of Oriental style and German charm. Designed to reflect the contemporary elements of a East-meets-West luxury, guest rooms delight with elegant furniture, scenic views, large baths, and traditional oriental flourishes. With beautiful old town views, each suite has been individually furnished to provide a charming sense of personality while providing comfort.

Guests can relax in its stunning rooftop heated pool with views that reach over the city and all the way to the Alps. With a fully equipped fitness centre, guests can work up a sweat or lie back in our Turkish set bath and Finnish Sauna.


Schloss Elmau

Just 100 km south of Munich and 1000 m above sea level is Schloss Elmau, tucked deep in the calm of the Bavarian Alps. A sanctuary, framed by dramatic peaks, whispering forests and rushing streams.

A spa retreat & cultural hideaway, a family escape & romantic haven. A place to experience unbeatable music, literature & poetry, to feast on outstanding food & service - to relax, breathe deep and discover.

Enjoy the luxury of space & privacy in 47 suites & 2 Spas offering breathtaking views of the Wetterstein Mountain and rushing Ferchenbach creek.

In June 2015, Schloss Elmau hosted the G7 Summit with the heads of state & goverment from the US, Canada, Japan, France, Great Britain, Italy and Germany.


Ritz Carlton Wolfsburg

Discover The Ritz-Carlton, Wolfsburg and experience one of the most elegant hotels in Germany’s most prosperous city and home to Volkswagen’s worldwide headquarters. Inspired by an industry that thrives on mobility, this luxury hotel embraces fast-forward motion with high-tech surroundings and a contemporary aesthetic while still providing an array of opportunities for guests to relax – in 170 stylish guest rooms and exclusive suites, a soothing spa and its award-winning restaurants, including the 3-Star Michelin-rated AQUA, the epitome of modern European dining.

Delight in the seamless blend of art and technology at one of the finest boutique hotels in the city built by Germany’s industrial ingenuity, The Ritz-Carlton, Wolfsburg. With contemporary architecture that unveils a striking open circle as a symbol of welcome, guests find themselves drawn into a sleek, modern embrace, softened by artistic elements of pure delight. Enjoy having tea in the Lobby Lounge, where a “glass forest” sculpture inspires a sense of tranquility. Savor a dining experience as impressive as the surroundings at AQUA, where Sven Elverfeld’s award-winning cuisine combines the finest ingredients with transparency and creativity. Through large windows, gaze out onto the city of Wolfsburg, where the harbor basin and imposing power plant offer scintillating views.



Berlin is where the cool kids go, but Germany as a whole has become one of Europe’s best destinations for culture with some of the hippest historic environs around. The fact that tourism has increased dramatically in recent years, however, shouldn’t put you off. This is a big country with lots of room to roam, from the natural beauty and baroque palaces of Bavaria to ultrachic HafenCity in Hamburg and the coastal towns of the North Sea. One day you’ll see a medieval town, the next a cosmopolitan city — all easy to access by car or train in a few days. Berlin, of course, has it all: Hot new art galleries, history (note to self: the Brandenburg Gate), luxury hotels, and cutting-edge cuisine, fashion, design, and music. Young Germans are particularly friendly and eager to share their insider knowledge of what’s going on. Beyond the urban scene, smaller towns and cities are where you’ll find the most beautiful traditional German architecture, with cobble-stoned streets adding to the charm. The country’s temperate seasonal climate means everyone hits sidewalk cafes and music festivals (of which there are many) in the summer and hunkers down inside classic beerhalls with fireplaces by winter. Either way, it’s a win-win.