Hotel Adlon Kempinski
What We Love
- Located on the Mitte district’s main thoroughfare, Unter den Linden, opposite the Brandenburg Gate
- Dining includes the two-Michelin-starred Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer and Sra Bua by celeb chef Tim Raue
- Resense Spa features private spa suites and yoga and meditation classes with resident expert instruction
What To Know
- WiFi comes with an additional fee
- Use of the indoor pool and gym is free
- Upgraded limo and town-car service is available for a fee
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Built in 1907, all but destroyed in 1945 during WWII and rebuilt in 1997, the Adlon is known as one of Berlin’s most famous (and most opulent) hotels. Guests enjoy courtyard or city views from 382 rooms or gaze out at the Brandenburg Gate from the two-Michelin-starred Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer, while dining on contemporary European fare by chef de cuisine Hendrik Otto. Star chef Tim Raue also holds court on-site, serving Japanese-Thai fusion at Germany’s first outpost of his international hotspot restaurant and bar, Sra Bua. Burn it all off at a yoga class at the spa by Resense, in the indoor pool or with a morning trainer at the gym.
In the Area
Starting at the Brandenburg Gate, guests have easy access to Berlin’s sights from the hotel’s central Mitte location, including the Reichstag (go to the top for views of Tiergarten and the striking glass dome), picturesque Gendarmenmarkt and Neue Synagoge’s golden dome. Simply strolling along the Unter den Linden will take visitors past historic and religious architectural gems, war memorials and embassies, all under the shade of the linden trees which give the boulevard its name. At the other end, the walk culminates on Museum Island in the Spree River, home to five noteworthy state museums including the Pergamon.
How to Get There
best lication in town. excellent service, red carpet entrance for the rich and famous. brandenburger tor views. marble in a lot of spaces, large lobby with lots of seating. recommended if the price is right. meutermedia
My brother and I checked in an hour prior to check-in time (we called in advance). From the moment we pulled up, the service was great!
From the guy taking over the car to Joelle in the reception and a special thanks to Sebastian also from the reception for the tour to our room.
The pool area is definitely worth a visit. If you need anything just ask, seems to be the motto :)
Only complaint was that the terrace was closed,because the manager at the restaurant didn’t seem to bother opening it during the evening (it hadn’t been raining for a while and we just a coffee)....
Rest of the staff was great, smiling and very accommodating.
Room was large and well-equipped. Love that toilet and bathroom are separated. And the walk-in closet :)
Couldn't have asked for more. Although we were on a family sightseeing vacation, the hotel itself was a destination. Clean, well-appointed rooms. Nice pool area to relax after a long day. The breakfast buffet was incredible. The staff was friendly and welcoming. Thank you for a wonderful visit.
My daughter and I stayed at the Adlon for a week at Christmas time! We felt pampered from the moment we arrived through our departure! Our daily breakfast was absolutely delicious! We enjoyed our bathroom butler! We attended Christmas Eve service at the Berliner Dom. Stroll down to the Bandenburg Gate, then relax in the beautiful lobby with a glass of champagne!
We stayed at the Adlon for 10 nights in a junior suite overlooking Unter den Linden. The Lobby area is beautiful with an attractive bar in the center. Piano during late afternoon. Friendly helpful service. Rooms are well appointed with very good beds and linens. Kempinski breakfast is unparalleled for quality, quantity and healthiness. The area near the hotel, Brandenberg Tor, is definitely busy during the day but is very quiet after 9 pm. Easy walk to anything else to see in Berlin. The rooms themselves have good double pane windows and are virtually soundproof. There is an indoor pool. We highly recommend the Adlon and will definitely stay here again when in Berlin.