The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin

Berlin, Germany

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    A warm welcome and traditional service in central Berlin

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    A warm welcome and traditional service in central Berlin

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    A warm welcome and traditional service in central Berlin

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    A warm welcome and traditional service in central Berlin

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    A warm welcome and traditional service in central Berlin

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    A warm welcome and traditional service in central Berlin

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    A warm welcome and traditional service in central Berlin

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    A warm welcome and traditional service in central Berlin

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    A warm welcome and traditional service in central Berlin

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    A warm welcome and traditional service in central Berlin

Why we choose The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin

Dazzling urban hotel at the heart of Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz

  • German Imperial style meets 21st century chic
  • Glamorous tea lounge for a perfect afternoon treat
  • Access to more than 130 boutiques within walking distance of the hotel

Luxury fabrics and antiques give a sense of charm to this modern, city center hotel. The sharp, clean lines of the exterior open up into a warm, opulent interior where tradition and traditional service are held in high regard. You’ll find this in the many thoughtful details, such as the exquisite afternoon tea and elegant cocktail bar, which combine to create a welcoming urban hideaway.

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We suggest

Take the rooms on the Club Level—worth the little extra cost.

What you need to know about the hotel

A centrally located haven for those visiting this energetic city

  • Hard to turn down the Curtain Club’s fragrant cocktails—just don’t let the Moscow Mule fool you; it delivers a fair kick
  • The hotel pool glitters with decorative mosaics and a star-studded ceiling
  • Tiergarten Park, next to the hotel, is an extensive green space, ideal for a morning jog

The club level rooms on the tenth and eleventh floors overlook the vast expanse of the Tiergarten Park and include a few added extras, like a dedicated concierge, an iPad and Mac and complimentary snacks. Worth every penny.

Pushing the boat out even more, The Apartment includes a gourmet fitted kitchen, genuine artworks, a cozy fireplace and a telescope with which to enjoy the views out over the skyline of Berlin.

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This hotel makes business pleasurable with all the tech facilities available.

Where is it and what's nearby

Located in the city center, overlooking the Tiergarten Park, and within striking distance of dozens of theaters, museums and shopping malls

  • Within the Potsdamer Platz district hosting unique boutiques and upscale shopping
  • Surrounded by more than 400 museums that are known for hosting interesting events and exhibitions throughout the year

The Ritz-Carlton Berlin is in the dead center of Berlin, where East and West have now merged, just steps from the historic Brandenburg Gate. The fusion of what were once two cities, each with a distinct feel and dynamic, has created an entirely new beast. Heaving with fresh art and culture, traditions renovated and new stories to tell, this is a vibrant, energetic destination with lots to offer the visitor.

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.

  • We say

    From the Callery Am Kupfergraben 10 designed by David Copperfield, to the best markets at Paul-Lincke-Ufer, this city has something for everyone.

  • We say

    Reputation for reliable, friendly service.

  • A word from the hotel

    The best markets can be found at Paul-Lincke-Ufer, along the waterside you find the biggest Turkish market with fresh products and loudly advertising chandlers, southern flair in the north of Germany.
    André Trojanowski, Executive Chef

  • A word from the hotel

    For a romantic dinner, I recommend the Italian restaurant Al Contadino Sotto Le Stelle and a drink on the roof terrace of the Amano Hotel (both on Auguststrasse).
    Robert Petrovic, General Manager

  • A word from the hotel

    Not to be missed... shopping at Hackescher Markt and then have one of Berlin’s best coffees at Coffein Bar (Neue Schoenhauser Str. 15)
    Thomas Munko, Concierge

  • Awards and accolades

    The Ritz-Carlton Berlin is a member of Condé Nast Traveler’s Platinum Circle, having featured in the Gold List for five consecutive years.

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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Buffet breakfast daily for up to two in-room guests
  • Superior, Deluxe and Club rooms will receive a EUR €85 food &bBeverage credit to be utilized during stay
  • Suite bookings will receive complimentary access to the Club Lounge, which offers four daily complimentary food and beverage presentations as well a dedicated concierge, laptop, wireless high-speed internet, panoramic windows, and regional and international newspapers and magazines
  • Club Level bookings: guests receive a EUR €85 food & beverage credit to be utilized during stay

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