RecommendedRoom lists the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Berlin as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews. The ratings you see are an aggregate from several platforms and is always higher than 4 out of 5 stars.
Berlin is by evidence the largest city in Germany while it also serves as the capital of the country. Berlin is influenced by a temperate seasonal climate which is a result of the location of the city on the European Plain. About a third of the city of Berlin is composed of forest parks, gardens, rivers, and lakes making it a natural scenic beauty. As a result, this makes the city a center of tourist attractions.
Berlin is a world city full of culture, media, politics, and science as well as rich history where it has served as the administrative capitals of several European kingdoms during its history.
The metropolis of Berlin is a major tourist destination as a result of a number of things such as its high-tech firms, a continental hub for air traffic and rail traffic and world-renowned museums and entertainment venues. The city has also been the host to numerous sporting events over the years.
The city is even more popular as a tourist attraction for its festivals, diverse architecture and design, nightlife and contemporary arts. Berlin has also recently and increasingly become a popular location for international film productions due to the world’s oldest large-scale movie studio complex.
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“This charismatic refuge in a 1930s Danish diplomatic outpost flaunts understated grandeur and has the Tiergarten park as a front yard. A crocodile sculpture flanked by sweeping staircases fluidly leads the way to a hip bar, a Michelin-starred restaurant and sleekly furnished and spacious rooms.”
“The Hotel am Steinplatz in Berlin opened as a luxury hotel in 1913, in an elegant building designed by the German Art Nouveau-inspired architect August Endell. A super luxurious and comfortable experience that has both Old World aristocratic touches as well as a stylish modern feel.”
“Just off Berlin’s grand royal boulevard of Unter den Linden, the imposing Hotel de Rome is popular with visiting diplomats and politicians. It has an unexpected back story: as the central bank of the German Democratic Republic, it likely played host to even more backroom deals than it does today.”
“Casa Camper is located in the heart of Berlin’s Mitte shopping and sightseeing district, a short walk from Museum Island and the Mulackstrasse boutiques. The hotel is stylish but understated, offering stunning views over the rooftops of central Berlin and the steeples of Prenzlauer Berg.”
“The name Hüttenpalast – which translates loosely as ‘hut palace’ –gives some idea of what to expect from Berlin’s most idiosyncratic accommodation option. It’s a former vacuum cleaner factory in the hip Neukölln district and offers ‘rooms’ in a range of converted vintage caravans and repurposed huts in an indoor setting among fake grass and fairy-lit silver birches.”
Featured in The Guardian’s 20 great hotels to stay in Germany in 2016.
“The newest addition to the Turkish luxury hotel chain, Titanic Deluxe Berlin opened this March in a newly renovated landmarked 19th-century building that once housed the costumes of the Berlin State Opera. Amenities include a 1,000-square-meter spa with a hamam and a restaurant run by popular local Turkish restaurant Hasir.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Berlin.
“Almodóvar Hotel, a 60-room eco boutique property that opened in 2012 in the Friedrichshain district, combines smart, pared-down design with a focus on environmental sustainability that stretches from the textiles to the lighting to the organic, vegetarian breakfast spread.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Berlin.
“A fashionable, comfortable and modern experience with sweeping views of old Berlin.If the name Bikini Berlin doesn’t give you a sense of this boutique hotel’s playful vibe, you’ll get it from the bicycles dangling from the ceiling at the entrance and the receptionists’ casually hip disheveled sweatshirts.”
“For those looking to enjoy Berlin from a less urban home base, the Schlosshotel im Grunewald, in the upscale and leafy Charlottenburg neighborhood, offers bucolic surroundings and luxury.”
“The ultimate in creative crash pads, Michelberger perfectly encapsulates Berlin’s offbeat DIY spirit without being self-consciously cool. Rooms don’t hide their factory pedigree, but are comfortable and come in sizes suitable for lovebirds, families or rock bands.”