Located right beside the Brandenberg Gate in the heart of Berlin the Hotel Adlon Kempinski oozes old world charm. The hotel was destroyed in the Second World War and restored in 1997 with the help of London’s Ezra Attia Associates and Sweden’s AB Living Designs.
The spacious rooms and 13 different types of suites are decorated with with mahogany and cherry furnishings, limestone floors and all include black granite bathrooms with baths. Some rooms and suites have views of the famous Pariser Platz and Brandenberg Gate whilst others overlook a quiet inner courtyard.
The standout restaurant is the two Michelin-starred Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer serving sophisticated European cuisine which is headed up by chef Hendrik Otto. Sra Bua serves up high class Thai-Japanese dishes and Restaurant Quarré is great for lunch or brunch. Guests can also treat themselves with a Champagne and caviar afternoon tea in the lobby.
The spa includes a neoclassical indoor pool, a gym and spa suites offering Ayurveda treatments.