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This Dorint hotel (previously Sofitel) benefits from an exceptional location overlooking Kurfürstendamm, Berlin’s best and busiest shopping street. The hotel It is, however, tucked away behind the boulevard, meaning you can feel a sense of peace and quiet while being very much in the middle of it all. After you’ve spent your day shopping and exploring Berlin using the convenient U-Bahn links, you can walk 15 minutes to gay Schoneberg hotspots like Connection Club, WOOF, HarDie’s Kneipe, and more.
The hotel itself blends a classic sense of sophistication with Berlin’s forward-thinking approach to design. The building is a striking structure, but once you step inside you are welcomed with warm woods, chic Bauhaus furniture, original pieces by German artists, and an overall sense of both comfort and refinement – all curated by architect Jan Kleihues.
The rooms follow a similar pattern, with original art and bespoke furniture complementing a dedication to pleasure and relaxation. Enjoy gorgeous marble bathrooms, huge windows with stunning city views, high-end toiletries, and supremely comfortable beds.
The hotel features a restaurant, lounge bar, breakfast room, and library, all of which are impeccably designed and extremely pleasant. There is a good fitness suite with a range of machines and an extensive wellness area, which includes a sauna, steam room, jet-powered foot baths, an ice fountain, and massage treatments.
The hotel prides itself on its exceptional Concierge service, which is part of the prestigious Clefs d’Or association. The hotel concierges here will go out of their way to make your stay in Berlin unforgettable, and the rest of the staff are equally friendly and obliging.
♥ Best location in Berlin for shopping and gay nightlife
♥ Designer rooms and decor
♥ Impeccable service