When the guest walks into the Classic Room, they're greeted by a sense of lavish tranquility. Covering 40 square meters or 430 square feet, the room f
The Premium Room greets the guest with an air of timeless elegance. Rich wood furnishings elevate the room's aesthetic. It offers one king-sized bed o
Step into the Executive Suite and one is immediately enveloped in luxury. Spanning 645 square feet, or 60 square meters, this spacious haven is more t
The Superior Suite offers an elegant escape that spells comfort and luxury. Measuring a generous 80 square meters or 860 square feet, it gives one amp
The Deluxe Suite offers the epitome of comfort and style in its 100 square meters of space. When you enter, you quickly notice the beautiful views of
The Linden Suite feels like entering a different world. One finds a king-sized bed adorned with plush pillows and luxurious linens. The space boasts a
The Gendarmen Suite welcomes its guests into a realm of luxury and history. Upon entering, one is greeted by sunlight pouring through tall, floor-to-c
The Presidential Suite sits on the hotel's top floor. Its French balcony offers a panoramic view of the Gendarmenmarkt square. One feels like a part o
The Family Suite is a sanctuary of comfort and luxury. Spanning 80 square meters, or 860 square feet, it offers generous space for everyone. One has t
Imagine walking into a haven designed just for families. The Family Room2 offers not one but two interconnected rooms. Each room generously measures 4
Old-world luxury comes to mind on entering the Regent Berlin Hotel. Chandeliers illuminate high ceilings, oil paintings, marble, and polished antique wood. Moreover, the gilt-edged mirror and ornate fittings all enhance the feeling of luxury on a grand scale. Besides, Huge floral arrangements complete the picture.
The Regent Berlin is a 5-star luxury hotel in the Mitte district at Berlin's heart. Ideally located within easy reach of the city's major historical sites, the hotel overlooks the beautiful Gendarmenmarkt square.
Friedrichstrasse is just moments away for high-end shoppers. You'll find the U-line subway trains nearby connecting to the Messe ICC Exhibition Center and KaDeWe Department Store.
The famous tree-lined Unter den Linden Boulevard runs close to the hotel from the old Royal Palace to the Brandenburg Gate. The State Opera House is a listed building along the boulevard.
Potsdamer Platz square, the Unesco-heritage Museum Island, Reichstag building, and former East-West Germany crossover point Checkpoint Charlie are nearby.
The city has 2 major airports — Tegal and Schonefeld — within a 30-minute drive from the Regent Hotel Berlin.
The reception staff greets guests with warm efficiency in the magnificent marbled lobby. Full concierge facilities are provided in keeping with the old-style luxury standards of the hotel. Top housekeeping service is a norm in all rooms, and valet parking is also available.
The Regent Berlin has 156 swish rooms, recently upgraded to include more in-room complimentary features. Rooms are approached via elegant flower-filled corridors padded thickly with sink-in luxury carpeting. These combine with room soundproofing to guarantee quiet and restful accommodation.
The Classic and Premium rooms have an impressive range of luxury features, including 19t century German Biedermeier furniture. In addition, rooms have antique writing desks and chairs. Moreover, there are additional chairs by the window in the Premium room to enjoy the view of Gendarmenmarkt square.
Classic rooms have a delightful inner courtyard view. Fine textiles and deeply comfortable beds grace the soothing gold-toned décor of both rooms - marbles of old rose and gray feature in the very spacious, beautifully appointed bathrooms.
All rooms have showers and deep bathtubs to soak in. Plus, a luxury range of bath products adds to the luxurious pleasure. Thick towels, bathrobes, and slippers complete the deluxe additions.
Executive, Superior, Deluxe, ultra-lavish Gendarmen, Linden, Presidential, and Penthouse. The Regent Hotel has 39 spacious suites with the same luxury features as the rooms, with add-on rooms and the finest views. Most enjoy the same golden-green décor as the rooms, with some soft cream and old rose exceptions.
In addition to the antique furniture, Premium suites also have marble fireplaces and a kitchenette area. The Linden suite features beautiful golden wood paneling, an elegant dining area, and rich plush textiles. The toning oyster and ivory décor extend into the glamorous marbled bathroom.
Guests are greeted with flowers, fruit, champagne, and chocolates and can enjoy a view of the leafy Linden Boulevard during their stay. Presidential and Penthouse suites take comfort and luxury to an even higher level.
Breakfasts and teas are often two of the most enjoyable benefits of staying in a 5-star hotel, and the Regent Berlin lives up to the expectations. You can take breakfasts in-room or buffet-style in the Charlotte and Fritz restaurant, which embraces the current local and artisan produce trends.
Meat, eggs, and dairy foodstuffs come from organic farms. Besides, you can order specials like fresh waffles and pancakes or various egg dishes.
Afternoon Tea times are conjured up from a previous age of elegance. The ornate fireplace and crystal chandeliers are set in the gorgeous lobby lounge to suit the menu of dainty finger sandwiches, delicate cakes, pastries, and tartlets.
Old English traditional warm scones, jams, and clotted cream are occasionally available with specialty brews by the resident Tea Master Gold. You can pre-order this added luxury and accompany it with soft piano music from the delicate grand piano in the lobby. Teas can also be served in-room.
The Charlotte and Fritz is the Regent's main salon-style dining room, recreated from the former 2 Michelin-starred restaurants on the same spot. The dishes are lighter, using locally sourced prime produce. Fresh vegetables and herbs enhance organically reared meats and fish with fresh fruit, farm eggs, and cream turned into sweet creations.
Vegan, vegetarian and special diets are also catered for. The décor of silver and rosy tones complements the plush comfort of the dining room. Summer Lounge Orange offers salads and light meals al fresco beneath tangerine sunshades on a patio of orange trees, palms, and lavender bushes.
A champagne menu is also at the Veuve Clicquot bar, where the hotel thoughtfully provides a warm blanket for a chilly evening. The Regent Bar boasts fine wines and whiskeys, brandies, and signature cocktails made to order.
The hotel also provides conference and events facilities with high-level catering and an attractive venue and buffet for weddings.
The Regent Health Club offers separate men and women saunas. Besides, the luxury spa's modern design still sits well with the hotel's ornate style with golden wood and grey tones.
Training beauty therapists using high-end products give personalized massage services and facials. The fitness center also has a full range of modern exercise equipment for guests.
VIK is the hotel's package for 'essential kids,' which includes additional rooms in the suites and discounts on breakfast prices. Moreover, very young children go free and kid-friendly meals are here.
Accessibility is addressed in the hotel with special arrangements in some rooms. Furthermore, the staff aims to make all guests supremely comfortable.
Berlin is a vibrant European city with fine architecture, historical monuments, cathedrals, and churches alongside new styles to fit modern life. The Regent Berlin offers first-class accommodation to guests right in the heart of Berlin.
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