PHOTO: The Ritz-Carlton Berlin

8 Best Kid-Friendly Hotels in Berlin

Jennifer Ceaser | January 22, 2018

Take the hassle out of planning a family trip to Berlin with these kid-friendly picks that offer plenty of perks for children of all ages.


Swissôtel Berlin

Why it made the list

This upscale chain’s Kids Room program is tailored to all stages, from babies to teens, with age-appropriate bedding, books, bathroom amenities and video and board games. Get a 50 percent discount on an adjoining room, as well as meals; those under age 6 eat free.

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InterContinental Berlin

Why it made the list

Not only does it have one of the most family-friendly locations—a short stroll to the Berlin Zoo and Tiergarten park—the hotel also offers in-room kids’ amenities (tot-sized robes, rubber duckies and bath products). The spacious Junior Suites are big enough to accommodate a family with two children.

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The Westin Grand Hotel Berlin

Why it made the list

Don’t cart all that baby stuff on the plane—the Westin supplies diapers, changing mats, bottle warmers and sterilizers and more. The bigger kids get a free welcome gift, their own bed and special menus at the Relish restaurant. Babysitting service is also available.

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The Regent Berlin

Why it made the list

This luxury property is a popular choice for families thanks to its generous room policy: Book a superior suite at the hotel, and kids get a complimentary adjoining room with a connecting door. Breakfast is free under age 6, and half-off for 7- to 11-year-olds.

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The Berlin Ritz Carlton

Why it made the list

The comprehensive Ritz Kids program covers all the practical things: strollers, child seats, cots, baby tubs and bottle warmers, in-room safety measures and babysitting services. But there’s also fun stuff: a welcome gift, child-sized bathrobes and slippers and a special kids’ menu in the hotel’s Brasserie Desbrosses restaurant. The indoor pool is also a hit

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Hotel de Rome

Why it made the list

Hotel de Rome’s list of family-friendly amenities is exhaustive. Coming with a baby? No need to pack anything; the hotel furnishes milk-bottle warmers, sterilizers, cots, bibs, high chairs, baby bath products, diapers, changing mats and much more. For those age 4-12, there’s turndown service with milk, cookies and a Berlin teddy bear, coloring books, rubber duckies, pint-sized robes, slippers and hangars, plus kids’ splash time in the pool. Teens can enjoy special spa treatments and game consoles. Kids meals are half-off and for the parents, there’s 24-hour babysitting service.

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Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin

Why it made the list

From the moment they arrive, kids get the VIP treatment: they can come behind the reception desk and help check in the whole family themselves. In the rooms, the little ones get kid-sized robes, bubble-bath products and sweet treats like lollipops and gummi bears. The concierge can arrange for babysitting services and family-friendly outings. And the hotel’s proximity to Tiergarten park means plenty of green space for kids to play.

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Vienna House Andel's Berlin

Why it made the list

Among the plethora of family-friendly amenities—a child-size bed, strollers on loan, a children’s breakfast buffet—the hotel also gifts a kid-size backpack to each of the little ones. The stay is free up to the age of 3, and for kids up to 13, you can choose from an extra bed at a lower price or a discounted rate for a separate room with connecting door.

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