PHOTO: The Berlin Ritz Carlton

11 Hotels in Berlin Near Great Shopping

Jennifer Ceaser | January 18, 2018

Berlin has emerged as one of the world's fashion capitals, home to everything from designer boutiques to edgy concept stores to giant glassy malls and classic department stores. Whatever your style preference—and budget—these hotels are just a short stroll away from some of the city's best shopping.


Hotel Hackescher Markt

Why it made the list

Walk out the hotel doors and wander the maze of adjacent courtyards known as Hackescher Markt to browse all kinds of designer shops and boutiques selling everything from local handcrafted goods to toys to books.

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Hotel Q! Berlin

Why it made the list

Hermès, Valentino, Chanel and a slew of other luxury boutiques line the fashionable shopping boulevard of Kurfürstendamm, affectionately known as Ku’damm, which is a short stroll from the hotel.

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Hotel Amano

Why it made the list

Mitte is awash in hip boutiques stocking independent local and avant-garde designers. The hotel is perfectly situated to take advantage of the nearby fashionable streets of Mulackstraße, Alte Schönhauser Straße and Neue Schönhauser Straße.

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Hotel de Rome

Why it made the list

Like walking into the pages of Vogue, The Corner Berlin—just down the block from the hotel— artfully assembles an innovative mix of fashion, fragrances, accessories, jewelry and more from top brands like Gucci, Stella McCartney and Dior. Still need a luxury shopping fix? The nearby Freidrichstraße is lined with upscale boutiques.

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Ellington Hotel Berlin

Why it made the list

Kaufhaus des Westerns, better known as KaDeWe, is the Germany’s largest and oldest department store—and one of the biggest in Europe—with six floors of luxury goods, from cosmetics to high-end fashion to home goods. Its upper levels are famously devoted to gourmet specialties from around the world. It’s just a six-minute walk from the hotel.

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The Berlin Ritz Carlton

Why it made the list

A five-minute walk from the Ritz-Carlton are more than 250 stores and restaurants housed in the enormous Mall of Berlin, one of the most popular shopping arcades in the city. You’ll find bargain chains to mid-range boutiques, plus souvenir shops, local drugstores and supermarkets. The Steiff store sells Germany’s famed teddy bears and cute outfits for the little ones.

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Lulu Guldsmeden

Why it made the list

The hotel is right around the corner from one of most intriguing concept store in Berlin, Andreas Murkudis. It stocks an eclectic assortment of hard-to-find independent labels for men and women, plus local cosmetics and perfumes—all in a high-ceilinged, all-white space that once served as the Tagesspiegel newspaper building.

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Grand Hyatt Berlin

Why it made the list

The multi-level shopping arcade Potsdamer Platz Arkaden has 120 stores, mainly chains like H&M and Esprit, but you can score cool souvenirs emblazoned with the iconic East German traffic guard at Ampelmann and fair trade goods and locally made crafts at Haus der guten Taten (House of Good Deeds). The hotel is right across the street.

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Sofitel Berlin Gendarmenmarkt

Why it made the list

Across the street from the hotel is the Berlin branch of Paris-based Galeries Lafayette, a glassy beauty built by architect Jean Nouvel, which offers three levels of fashionable shopping—including a sprawling gourmet section stocked with French specialties like Ladurée macarons and teas from Mariage Frères.

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25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin

Why it made the list

You’re just an elevator ride to the Bikini Berlin mall, a highly curated shopping experience that includes hipster favorites like Scotch & Soda, along with small boutiques, cool concept stores and pop-up shops. It’s a great place to discover the latest indie designers.

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Radisson Blu Berlin

Why it made the list

The former East German department store Galeria Kaufhof, in Alexanderplatz, has fully embraced Western culture, with top fashion and makeup brands, plus a sprawling ground-level gourmet food hall where you can pick up local delicacies. The hotel is a 10-minute walk away.

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