The Best Hotel Suites in Berlin

Jennifer Ceaser | January 17, 2018

If you have an itch to live large in Berlin, these lavish hotel suites are worth the splurge.


Hotel Zoo Berlin

Why it made the list

The thoroughly modern, brightly colored Penthouse Suite has lots of fun design touches, like a double-sided fireplace that can be enjoyed from both the living room and the bathtub and an old-fashioned telephone and abacus at the writing desk. The 1,100-square-foot suite also has lots of light thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows throughout.

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Patrick Hellmann Schlosshotel

Why it made the list

Though the hotel’s Grunewald Suite was designed by Karl Lagerfeld himself, the romantic Kaiser Suite is perhaps even more special, with a wood-paneled, book-lined library featuring original frescoes and stately antique furniture. Inside the nearly 2,200-square-foot space you’ll find a mix of modern and classic furnishings, jewel-toned walls, and lovely historic paintings.

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The Ritz-Carlton Berlin

Why it made the list

The grand 12th-floor Ritz-Carlton Apartment feels like a chic city penthouse, with excellent views of bustling Potsdamer Platz and bucolic Tiergarten park (plus a telescope if you want to zoom in closer). In its 3,000 square feet are a living room with fireplace, full kitchen, dining room and beautiful black marble bathroom in the master suite.

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Das Stue

Why it made the list

It’s big—at nearly 1,200 square feet—and sports soaring, 16-foot ceilings and a 900-square-foot terrace with views of the animals at the neighboring zoo, but perhaps the best reason to stay in the Bel Etage Suite is the artwork: a top-notch collection of original photos by Helmut Newton, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Irving Penn graces the walls.

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The Mandala Hotel

Why it made the list

The aptly named Top of the Town corner suite, set on the hotel’s topmost floor, sprawls across 2,150 square feet, with curving floor-to-ceiling windows that offer panoramic views of the city. An open floor plan and clean, modern, minimalist decor gives the suite an airy, lofty vibe. The bedroom’s enormous bed features an uber-comfy mattress handmade in Germany, while the bathroom sports a huge Jacuzzi tub.

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Hotel de Rome

Why it made the list

Appearing in many TV shows (most recently in the Netflix series “Berlin Station”), the Historic Bankers Suite once served as a conference room in this 19th-century former bank building. Oak paneling covers the walls and ceilings, while old phone booths have been cleverly converted into a wardrobe and bathroom. It overlooks the stunning green dome of St Hedwigs Cathedral.

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nHow Berlin

Why it made the list

With eye-popping interiors from celebrated designer Karim Rashid, the 2,800-square-foot dual-level penthouse suite on the hotel’s seventh and eighth is kitted out with a conference room, full kitchen and private terrace overlooking the Spree River.

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Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin

Why it made the list

A spectacular view of the city, a 24-hour personal butler and round-the-clock limousine service are just a few of the perks of the Adlon's Royal Suite, where Michael Jackson and Queen Elizabeth have laid their heads. The nearly 2,000-square-foot antique-filled accommodation has separate living and sleeping areas, plus a dining room, lounge, kitchenette, and a massive bathroom equipped with a Jacuzzi and sauna.

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Waldorf Astoria Berlin

Why it made the list

The entire 31st floor of the hotel is devoted to the Presidential Suite, which, as you might imagine, boasts magnificent city views through floor-to-ceiling windows and from the two balconies. You can even spot the animals in the neighboring Berlin Zoo. The two-bedroom suite comes complete with a grand piano, fireplace and specially designed porcelain.

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