Regent Berlin

Berlin, Germany

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    Classic hotel with that comfy residential feel

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    Classic hotel with that comfy residential feel

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    Classic hotel with that comfy residential feel

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    Classic hotel with that comfy residential feel

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    Classic hotel with that comfy residential feel

Why we choose Regent Berlin

Condé Nast Traveler: the Regent Berlin is Germany’s best hotel. Prides itself on impeccable service and first-class amenities

  • The two-Michelin-starred Fischers Fritz also has 18 Gault Millau points
  • A running concierge tailors routes according to your interest

Safe bet, established reputation, reliable property... It may not sound exhilarating, but when you’re shelling out for a top hotel, it’s nice to know it won’t disappoint. Splashy it’s not, but the details are well thought out, the service is top-notch and the luxury is everywhere.

What you need to know about the hotel

A home-away-from-home feeling topped off by attentive, unobtrusive service makes it a winner

  • Tea time with the hotel’s on-staff teamaster (in the Tea Lounge, of course) is a sumptuous, traditional affair
  • The Presidential Suite has to-die-for views of Gendarmenmarkt Square and a private balcony where you can kick back and relax
  • You’ll never go wrong by requesting the cocktail of the month, a sure-fire starter to a memorable Berlin evening

The hotel has several high points—gourmet restaurant Fischers Fritz, a two-Michelin-starred eatery specializing in seafood, for one. Its picturesque surroundings and proximity to all the good stuff is another. As far as design, the Art Deco style featuring Biedermeier furniture and marble elements is certainly posh but perhaps not memorable. Same for the spa and fitness area: very satisfactory but not knock-your-socks-off phenomenal. Still, the regal accommodations and luxurious vibe permeating the hotel make it one of our favorite places to stay in Germany.

Where is it and what's nearby

A big part of what makes the hotel special is a location that feels like an escape

  • The area surrounding the hotel is a cultural wonderland—notably Museum Island, which houses the city’s top five museums
  • A trip isn’t complete without visiting the Berlin Wall and remnants of the city’s sometimes-painful past, like Hitler’s bunker
  • KPM (Royal Porcelain Factory) has been world famous for its exquisite, hand-painted offerings since the 1700s

There may be no better Berlin hotel than the Regent Berlin. Standing on Gendarmenmarket Square in the Mitte District of the capital, it’s framed by two cathedrals and a concert hall. Plus, a short stroll takes you to the best museums, boutiques, the Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag and opera. There’s more, but you get the idea.

Berlin itself is a history buff’s dream come true. Not only are there staggering reminders of the World II and the Cold War era, but the city is museum central for everything from legendary artwork to Byzantine artifacts to Jewish culture. The city is also heavy on gardens, both public and private, which makes it a remarkably pretty place.

How to enjoy Berlin

Berlin has an almost idiosyncratic talent for combining quirky Bohemia with classy culture; gritty history and lovely green open spaces. It’s as easy to spend three days at one party as it is to enjoy a quiet Michelin-starred meal

  • Take a trip to the top of the Reichstag’s striking glass dome and enjoy 360° views of the city
  • The Jewish Museum’s shape suggests a broken Star of David and hosts heart-rending displays in memory of German Jews
  • Visit Museum Island, home to several world-class museums and exhibition spaces including the Pergamonmuseum

A good place to start exploring Berlin is in and around central Mitte. At one end you will find the iconic Brandenberg Gate which opens out onto the green expanse of Tiergarten Park. Nearby is the Reichstag, the impressive German Parliament building and the Peter Eisenmann moving memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. The monument comprises a garden of thousands of columns of varying heights. Also close by is Humboldt University, where Einstein taught.

No visit to this city would be complete without seeing the remnants of the Berlin Wall, the physical embodiment of the Cold War that literally cut East from West, dividing families as well as politics. A piece about a mile long remains in the Friedrichshain district. Decorated with more than 100 murals it is a wonderful open air gallery. The other remaining symbol of this part of Berlin’s history is Checkpoint Charlie the former border crossing between East and West and witness to many ingenious escape attempts.

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    When to visit Berlin

     Visit in the summer when Berliners come out to play enjoying the delights of pavement cafes and the lake-studded parks. In June is the street party that is the Christopher Street Day Parade. Twice a year, in January and August, you can experience the Long Night of the Museums, when the city’s cultural spots stay open late and host special events.

  • A word from the hotel

    During cocktail time ask the Bar team for their favorite ’Cocktail of the month’ before experiencing one of the many restaurants for dinner
    Stefan Athmann, General Manager

  • We say

    A hotel that embraces the culture of Berlin.

  • You need to know

    The décor is rather traditional, which may not suit lovers of more contemporary style.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Regent Berlin, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade at time of booking, subject to availability
  • Full breakfast daily for up to 2 in-room guests, in the restaurant
  • US $100 Food & Beverage credit, to be utilized during stay (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full)

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