Since the reunited Berlin has become the capital of Germany, the number of hotel rooms has doubled due to increasing demand. The market for business travelers in particular was served. It is advisable to make reservations well in advance, especially if you are looking for an inexpensive hotel.
Luxurious (over € 200)
Moderate ( € 100 to € 200)
Inexpensive (up to € 100).
This is the minimum price for a double room with VAT (19%) and breakfast (usually as a buffet), unless otherwise stated.
Hotel Adlon Kempinski
The Adlon is one of the largest historical hotels in Berlin. Important personalities have always stayed here, including Einstein, Rockefeller, Charlie Chaplin and Marlene Dietrich. The hotel is located in the center of Berlin, close to the Brandenburg Gate and has lost none of its luxurious atmosphere. Elegant restaurants, bars and function rooms are reminiscent of the glorious past of the Adlon.
Address: Unter den Linden 77, 10117 Berlin
Telephone: +49 (0) 30 226 10.
The Savoy Hotel has been known for its comfort and hospitality for over 70 years – even the famous writer Thomas Mann raved about it. The small, centrally located and classically furnished hotel has a lot of charm and excellent service. Guests can take advantage of wellness treatments such as body and reflexology massages and acupuncture. The exclusive Times Bar offers a wide range of Cuban cigars and culinary delights.
Address: Charlottenburg, Fasanenstraße 9-10, 10623 Berlin
Telephone: +49 (0) 30 31 10 30.
Sheraton Berlin Grand Hotel Esplanade
The seven-story Sheraton Berlin Grand Hotel Esplanade with 394 rooms, located directly on the canal and a short walk to the Tiergarten and the famous KaDeWe (department store of the west), is an affordable hotel that is a good option for both business travelers and tourists. It offers two restaurants and Harry’s New York Bar. The hotel’s leisure facilities include a spa and fitness area with swimming pool and event facilities.
Address: Lützowufer 15 (Tiergarten), 10785 Berlin
Telephone: +49 (0) 30 254 78 82 55.
The hotel is conveniently located between the busy Kurfürstendamm and the Berlin exhibition center with the ICC Center on the small, picturesque Lietzensee. Traditional interior design includes real wood furniture and first-class technical equipment. The simple business equipment includes fax and Internet. Breakfast can be taken on the beautiful lakeside terrace, where excellent entertainment is provided in the evening at the open-air bar. Guests can also take advantage of an indoor pool, sauna and a range of wellness treatments.
Address: Charlottenburg, Lietzenseeufer 11, 14057 Berlin
Phone: +49 (0) 30 32 00 20.
This chic hotel, which is located on the Spree in the Mitte district, is very well suited for tourists who want to see the sights of Berlin. There are both moderately priced and more luxurious rooms to choose from.
The art nouveau-inspired room furnishings are kept in warm gold tones and often have an individual eye-catcher – there is even a suite with a golden bathtub. The hotel’s wellness center offers various beauty treatments.
Address: Friedrichstrasse 106, 10117 Berlin
Telephone: +49 (0) 30 28 49 00.
The Circus Hotel
The fantastically located Circus Hotel in Berlin Mitte is the newest project of the Circus Group, which also runs one of the most popular youth hostels in Berlin.
The Circus Hotel has 60 simple but chic rooms with their own fully equipped iPods, free Wi-Fi and a beautiful garden to relax in, all at very affordable prices.
Address: Rosenthaler Straße 1, French Buchholz, 10119 Berlin
Telephone: +49 (0) 30 20 00 39 39.
This absolute gem of a boutique hotel is hidden on a quiet street on the northern edge of Berlin Mitte and is a real revelation, because the exterior of the building does not suggest the captivatingly chic combination of historical and modern elements inside.
Here and there you can find antiques in the beautifully decorated rooms. Breakfast is also excellent. Not far there is a second hotel building in the same style.
Address: Mitte, Tieckstraße 11, 10115 Berlin
Telephone: +49 (0) 30 284 45 50.
The Hüttenpalast is the unicorn among the cheap accommodations in Berlin. Go here with your children, they will be thrilled and tell you about this hotel for a long time. In the former backyard factory for vacuum cleaners there are unusual, museum-ready but restored caravans and wooden huts in two halls. The associated shared bathrooms are separated by gender. In a third area there are separate hotel rooms with their own bathrooms in industrial chic, for all those who cannot make friends with caravans and wooden huts.
Address: Hobrechtstraße 66, 12047 Berlin
Telephone: +49 (0) 30 37 30 58 06.
The room prices in this unique nostalgia object of East German design, which is as tasteless as it is fabulous, are extremely different. The Ostel is partly a hotel, partly a museum, which is why it is also one of the most unusual Berlin hotels. You should be prepared for a lot of brown and orange. The short distance to the Berghain techno temple and the trendy Berlin Friedrichshain is also great.
Address: Wriezener Karree 5, Friedrichshain, 10243 Berlin
Telephone: +49 (0) 30 25 76 86 60.