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Five Star Berlin hotels

Fascinating history, exquisite cuisine, celebrated nightlife, and world-class cultural offerings—Berlin offers the perfect base for exploring the finer side of German life. In a city with a rich tradition of artistic and musical endeavors, 180 museums and collections, 150 theaters, and 440 galleries to choose from, culture vultures will find themselves spoiled for choice. Among the city’s exclusive evening-time offerings are dozens of Michelin-starred restaurants, celebrity-filled cocktail bars, and glittering nightclubs, just what you need to top off your 5-star break in Berlin.

Things to see in Berlin

Start your 5-star Berlin adventure with some retail therapy at Germany’s—and Europe’s—largest shopping mall, KaDeWe. Located on Kurfürstendamm, the center opened its doors over 100 years ago and has grown to become the city’s most sophisticated shopping emporium, with over 60,000 square meters of retail space, dedicated to superior-quality products and designer goods. . Germany has a rich heritage of classical music and stage productions, and its capital city is the perfect place to experience this tradition first-hand. Catch a show at one of the many world-class theaters—he Staatsoper and Deutsche Oper Berlin opera houses stage a uniquely diverse repertoire of operatic and dramatic productions. If you’re finding it hard to choose from the huge array of Berlin’s top attractions, then book yourself on to one of the many exclusive city tours on offer, which include trips on board a vintage car or sailing through the city on a private cruise barge!

5-star hotels in Berlin

Whether you’re in the city on a midweek business trip, or on a break with your significant other, there are a huge range of five-star hotels in Berlin to cater to your every need. Many of the world’s most exclusive hotel chains have properties in the city, which range from spa hotels, with swimming pools and fitness centers, to boutique hotels, with Michelin-starred restaurants and artfully designed rooms. 5-star accommodation in Berlin also caters for the city’s many business travelers, with state-of-the-art conferencing facilities and private transfers to and from the city’s airports.

Where to stay in Berlin

Berlin is a dispersed city with diverse neighborhoods, so choosing the right area for your stay is important. The city’s Prenzlauer Berg district is close to many of Berlin’s best restaurants and classiest bars, while the central Mitte district has some of the city’s most popular tourist attractions, including the Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Wall, and the TV Tower. The district also contains Friedrichstrasse and Hackescher Markt, where visitors can avail of some of the city’s best shopping. Another good option is the district of Schöneberg, which has some of the best hotels in Berlin and is located in the quiet western part of the city.

How to get to Berlin

Despite having a multitude of different districts and dozens of huge parks, Berlin’s excellent, integrated public transportation system makes it surprisingly easy to get from one side of the city to the other. The U-Bahn underground train and S-Bahn light rail networks have lines connecting every part of Berlin, while the city’s cycling infrastructure is among the most developed in the world. Berlin has two major international airports, Tegel and Schönefeld, and has a number of regular bus and train connections serving the city center. There are also high-speed rail connections with many European capitals, including Paris and Amsterdam.

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