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After the reunification of Germany almost three decades ago, there was a chronic shortage of hotels in Berlin – the situation is radically different today.


The Berlin hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over €200)
Moderate (€100 to €200)
Cheap (under €100)
These Berlin hotel prices are the starting prices for a standard double room and include taxes (VAT at 19%) and breakfast (usually a buffet) unless otherwise specified.

Luxury

Das Stue

Billed as Berlin's first luxury boutique hotel, the none-more-cool Das Stue sits on the southwestern fringe of the Tiergarten park. It's full of grand design touches, while the rooms themselves are modern with hardwood floors. The hotel also plays home to a spa and, in Cinco by Paco Pérez, a Michelin-starred restaurant.

Address: , Drakestrasse 1, Berlin, 10787
Telephone: +49 30 311 722 0
Website: http://www.das-stue.com

Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin

Hotel Adlon Kempinski is one of Berlin's great historical hotels, and a magnet over the decades for the rich and famous (including Michael Jackson, who notoriously dangled his baby over one of the balconies in 2002). It's located close to the Brandenburg Gate, and retains the luxurious feel of Europe's golden age.

Address: Am Pariser Platz, Unter den Linden 77, Berlin, 10117
Telephone: +49 30 2261 0
Website: https://www.kempinski.com/en/berlin/hotel-adlon/

Ritz-Carlton Berlin

Expect the full whistles and bells of an international five-star chain hotel at this sumptuous 300-room property on Potsdamer Platz. Notable features include four restaurants and bars, among them the Tea Lounge, known for its ceremonial afternoon teas. Underground parking is another perk.

Address: , Potsdamer Platz 3, Berlin, 10785
Telephone: +49 30 33 7777
Website: http://www.ritzcarlton.com

Moderate

Honigmond Berlin-Mitte

This gem of a hotel is a real find - the building's exterior doesn't suggest its gorgeous combination of period features and swish modernity. The rooms have antiques scattered throughout, and the breakfast is excellent. There's a second property too on a nearby street, in much the same style.

Address: , Tieckstrasse 11, Berlin-Mitte, 10115
Telephone: +49 30 284 4550
Website: http://www.honigmond.de

Riverside Hotel and Spa

Located in the Mitte district on the banks of the River Spree, this stylish hotel is well placed for sightseeing and has both moderate and more luxurious accommodation. Rooms have art nouveau-inspired décor, with warm gold colours and individual touches – there's even a suite with a golden bathtub. The hotel also has a spa.

Address: , Friederichstrasse 106, Berlin, 10117
Telephone: +49 30 2849 00
Website: http://www.riverside-mitte.de

Soho House Berlin

Part of the Soho House empire, this private club and boutique hotel is based in Mitte, east Berlin's achingly hip heart. The 40 bedrooms vary enormously in price and layout, but all include vintage furniture and quirky features such as record players. Bring your swimmers for the glamorous rooftop pool.

Address: , Torstrasse 1, Berlin,
Telephone: +49 30 4050 440
Website: https://www.sohohouseberlin.com

Cheap

Eastern Comfort Hostel

This fabulous floating hostel is docked on the River Spree between Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg. Some of the rooms are on the small side, but guests are compensated with river views on one side and the Berlin Wall on the other. The staff are friendly and the top deck bar is a great place to kick off a night out.

Address: , Mühlenstrasse 73, Berlin, 10243
Telephone: +49 30 6676 3806
Website: http://www.eastern-comfort.com

Hüttenpalast

Based in a one-time vacuum cleaner factory, this wonderfully eccentric "hut palace" offers colourful accommodation in a range of indoor vintage caravans and repurposed huts. Standard rooms are on offer too – they give more space but they're not nearly so much fun. The backyard has been transformed into a wild garden.

Address: , Hobrechtstrasse 66, Berlin, 12047
Telephone: +49 30 3730 5806
Website: http://www.huettenpalast.de

Ostel

The prices vary enormously here at this retro showcase for the garish/fabulous (delete as appropriate) interior design of the former East Germany. Part hotel and part museum, this is definitely one of Berlin's more idiosyncratic places to stay; prepare for lots of brown and orange. It's also a stone's throw from techno temple Berghain and the adjacent attractions of hipster Friedrichshain.

Address: , Wriezener Karree 5, Berlin, 10243
Telephone: +49 30 2576 8660
Website: http://ostel.eu/en