Home to impressive architecture, top museums and world-class dining and shopping, Berlin earns its reputation as one of Europe's top destinations.
This hotel in Berlin's Mitte district sits in the centre of the city's vibrant cultural scene. Occupying an enviable location at the historic Gendarmenmkt Square, this hotel in Berlin puts guests within walking distance of the city's best attractions and and thrilling culture.
Just steps from the hotel, the Friedrichstrasse, Berlin's famous boulevard, offers examples of the city's architecture and exclusive shopping. The Brandenburg Gate and Reichstage lie just five minutes from the hotel.
Top companies and business destinations are located within walking distance of this five-star hotel in Berlin, making the Regent Berlin the premier location for business travellers. Berlin's main airports, Berlin Togel and Berlin Schoefled, are a convenient 20- to 30- minute commute from the hotel.
Retreat in Sophisticated Style at This Berlin Accommodation The Regent Berlin earns its recognition as one of Condé Nast Traveler's top worldwide hotels with luxurious hotel rooms and suites featuring Viennese crystal chandeliers, rare European antiques and modern amenities.
Each of these first-class rooms and suites offers impressive views of Berlin's historical skyline or the serene inner courtyard of the hotel.
This Berlin accommodation offers guests complete comfort and convenience with added features, including Bose entertainment systems, marble soaking tubs and Free high-speed, wireless Internet access.
IT WILL BE ROYALLY with the Regent Berlin
Between April – October 2014, the Regent Berlin has teamed up with KPM, Berlin’s Royal Porcelain Manufactory KPM is offering an exclusive guided tour through the world of KPM complimentary.
Book your tour when checking into the Regent Berlin and receive free entry to a Porcelain Manufactory which celebrated its 250th anniversary last year. It stands today for the ultimate in luxury. A tour through the KPM exhibition illustrates KPM's fascinating history, architecture and porcelain and offers first-hand insights into the secrets of producing and painting porcelain by hand.