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The Best Hotel Spas in Berlin

Jennifer Ceaser | January 17, 2018

After a long flight or day of sightseeing, you deserve to relax and indulge in some serious pampering at these top Berlin hotel spas.


Patrick Hellmann Schlosshotel

Why it made the list

The heavenly spa in this grand mansion features a sauna, hammam and multiple treatment rooms, as well as a full salon. There’s also a large indoor pool with garden views and a Jacuzzi.

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Soho House Berlin

Why it made the list

The Cowshed spa makes up for its small size with a large array of treatments—using its exclusive Cowshed and Neville products and partner skincare range, SkinCeuticals. Guys have their own facial and grooming menu. There’s also a nice-sized hammam and sauna.

The Berlin branch of this luxury hotel–club brings the chic Read More


Waldorf Astoria Berlin

Why it made the list

Sprawling across 11,000 square feet, Germany’s only Guerlain Spa is also one of the city’s most comprehensive, with six treatment rooms, a hydro-therapy Vichy shower, a cloud-shaped indoor pool, plus a whirlpool, sauna, steam room and fitness center.

This impressive skyscraper, a nod to the Waldorf's original Read More


Das Stue

Why it made the list

The ultra-modern Susanne Kaufmann Spa offers an expansive selection of treatments and rituals with a focus on traditional Chinese medicine, so expect acupuncture facials and cupping in addition to standard massages. There’s also a lengthy list of natural anti-aging treatments using Kaufmann’s organic product line. An indoor pool, fitness area and Finnish sauna round out the offerings.

History meets contemporary style in the heart of Berlin, in Read More


Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin

Why it made the list

The luxurious 9,000-square-foot, tri-level Resense Spa is a self-contained universe of beauty and wellness, equipped with everything from a heated pool to a hair and nail salon to a yoga studio with its own yoga and meditation instructor. Massages, body treatments, as well as La Prairie facials are on offer, and if you don’t want to spa with the hoi polloi, there are three private suites with their own Finnish sauna and steam shower.

The first Adlon was considered Europe's ultimate luxury reso Read More


Hotel de Rome

Why it made the list

Housed in the old jewel vault of this former bank building, the spa features six treatment rooms, a Finnish sauna and a heated indoor pool. An exclusive organic line of Forte products, made in Sicily, is used for all its treatments, including the head-to-toe rejuvenating Rocco Forte Body Ritual.

Discreet service and a boutique atmosphere make the Hotel de Read More


The Mandala Hotel

Why it made the list

Unlike many spas which are buried in the basement, Mandala’s 11th-floor ONO Spa is surrounded by windows, so you can soak in expansive city views from the multiple saunas, relaxation areas and treatment rooms. Want to try something beyond the typical massage? The spa has four high-tech holistic “beds” that use sound, light and motion to relax and detoxify.

This privately-owned luxury hotel exudes a cool, serene, Zen Read More


Hotel Q! Berlin

Why it made the list

The small but exquisitely designed spa is anything but basic, with unique spaces like a "Sand Room," a cocoon-like space with heated loungers set on fine white sand and moody lighting and sound effects.

The Q! has received several international design awards, and Read More

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