Much has changed in Berlin over the past 20 years, and the city’s accommodation has had to adapt accordingly. But happily, following a long drought, a flood of new Berlins hotels has now arrived.
The biggest proliferation of hotels in Berlin has been in the eastern part of the city. When the Berlin Wall came down, visitors to the east found little else but grim hotels. After reunification, developers moved in and there are now a number of fashionable hotels dotted across this part of the city, particularly in the Mitte district.
While the east of the city is your best bet for smaller accommodation – particularly guesthouses and trendy boutique hotels – the western part is still your best bet for traditional flagship hotels, from mid to high-range.
A number of hotels can be found along the bourgeois boulevards of Charlottenburg, particularly on the long avenue of Kurfürstendamm, or in the quieter side-streets just off the main strip. This is a good area for shopping with a number of boutiques nearby.
Also in the west, at the top end of Kurfürstendamm, the area between Breitscheidplatz and Lützowplatz is home to several deluxe hotels. The residential districts of Schöneberg, Kreuzberg, Wilmersdorf and Tiergarten also have a wide range of places to stay.
Read more in our Berlin Guide.
|100%||Express By Holiday Inn Berlin City Centre West|
|95%||Arcotel John F|
|93%||Rocco Forte Hotel de Rome|
|93%||Appartement Hackescher Markt|
|93%||Soho House Berlin|
|92%||Best Western Hotel am Spittelmarkt|
|92%||Casa Camper Berlin|
|92%||Abacus Tierpark Hotel|
|91%||Max Beer Apartments|
|91%||The Mandala Suites|
|91%||Berlin City Appartments|
|90%||Best Western Kanthotel|