Located at the heart of the metropolis, between the Ku'damm, KaDeWe and only five minutes away from the gay and lesbian scene, the privately owned Hotel Palace Berlin provides exceptional service in a sophisticated and at the same time classic ambience. 278 rooms and suites are furnished and equipped with everything today's traveller needs and the exclusive Club Floor is a unique place with a breathtaking view over Berlin. For relaxation the 800m² Palace Spa Berlin provides pools, saunas, fitness and massage treatments. In the evening one can enjoy 150 varieties of gin at the House of Gin after a fantastic dinner at the Sous-vide restaurant beef 45. Member of "pink pillow Berlin collection"!

open: All year; rooms from EUR 129; breakfast from 6.30-11 (Mon-Sat), 6.30-12h (Sun); number of rooms: 278

  • Air conditioning
  • Bar with full range of alcoholic beverages
  • Internet access
  • Parking available
  • Guestrooms with television
  • Swimming pool
  • Dry sauna
  • Whirlpool / Jacuzzi / Hot tub
  • Massage on offer
  • Work-out equipment available
  • Meals. Extensive menu available
  • Pets allowed
  • Vegetarian meals on the menu

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Hotel Palace Berlin
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