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Adlon Kempinski

Adlon Kempinski

Contacts

Country: Germany

City: Berlin

Address: Unter den Linden 77 D 10117 Berlin Deutschland | Germany

Phone number: +493022610

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Traditional Hotel Adlon directly Brandenburger Tor in Ber...
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I love the warm golden colouring of the seating furniture...
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The legendary Hotel Adlon
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Reviews

#1
Fantastic hotel.
I have stayed here many times and each time I’m delighted with my stay. The rooms Are spectacular as is the food bar and spa. Great position for touring the city and very close to a shopping mall. I cant recommend this hotel enough. Can’t wait to back
Review by John Walton

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#2
I had seen this hotel during a previous trip to Germany's capital and had hoped to go back and stay there. This time, my daughter and I stayed at this magnificent hotel for four nights and I was truly impressed with the quality of service and accommodation at Adlon Kempinsky Hotel.

Despite being a grand hotel, you're made feel at home from the moment you arrive at the front door . Inside, the elegant lobby and bar area are warm and welcoming.The front desk is hosted by friendly and courteous staff members who make the check-in process a breeze.

We were upgraded to a deluxe room which was bright, spacious and elegant with a large flatscreen TV and an array of European and international stations (including CNN, MSNBC, etc) the beds are comfortable and the furnishing quite nice. The well-appointed bathroom has a double sink, a separate shower, separate bath tub (with shower) and separate toilette cubicle. our room had an abundance of closet and drawers space with many amenities such as slippers and toiletries.

The included breakfast buffet was sumptuous and fresh. The upscale breakfast area on the mezzanine floor is attended by hosts and friendly staff members who do their utmost to make your morning meal enjoyable. The hotel also has three other restaurants.

I can’t say enough about the quality of this splendid hotel, but suffice it to say that I was very impressed by Adlon Kempinsky Hotel and hope to be back for another stay
Review by stefanmosley

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#3
Dirty room
Stayed at the Adlon over Christmas. Sadly, our room was dirty when we arrived and stayed that way for our entire visit. The cleaner addressed two stains on carpet but the rest of our issues were left for us to enjoy for four days.
Our beds were messy when we arrived and our bathroom stalls were stained with water etc. again, we addressed these issues and all but two stains were left for us to enjoy.
Also, on our first day the breakfast crew was SERIOUSLY understaffed with one wIter serving half of a ballroom. IwIted 10 minutes for coffee. I know it seems petty, but at 5 star hotel and a 45 euro breakfast, you don’t wait for a coffee.

Also not all of our bags were delivered to our room and the lamps in the halls have cob webs hanging off.
Review by Camilla S

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Description

Location
The Brandenburg Gate is right outside the front door, as is the historic Academy of Arts, Max Liebermann’s former home, and several embassies. Primary sights such as the Reichstag, Unter den Linden, Potsdamer Platz and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe are all within a 15-minute walk. There are always tourists in the vicinity, but the nearby transit stations – or the hotel’s limousine service – can provide a convenient escape.

Style & character
Bombed to bits during the Second World War, the hotel was restored in 1997 and carries a nostalgic, Old Europe atmosphere throughout with refined materials (cherrywood, mahogany, marble) everywhere you look, from the public areas to the restaurants and rooms. That said, the swish lobby area, comprehensively refurbished in 2017 for a cool ‎€6 million, has a slightly more modern feel thanks to new furnishings (velvet sofas and bergère armchairs) and a new lighting concept; the 1.5 metre Murano chandelier and famous elephant fountain keeps it reassuringly classic though

Service & facilities
As well as a (circular, after the refurbishment) reception area, the lobby features a dedicated concierge desk and another counter for the hotel’s “Ladies in Red” – Kempinski’s brand ambassadors. There are still several boutiques offering everything from gifts to luxury haute couture, several meeting and conference rooms for business travellers, plus a refurbished smokers’ lounge. The main hotel highlight, though, is the spa. Designed by Anne Maria Jagdfeld, it’s a self-contained universe of luxurious pampering complete with heated pool, whirlpool, 24-hour fitness centre, hair salon and treatments that range from facials, massages, meditation to yoga lessons.

Rooms
Designed by London’s Ezra Attia Associates and Sweden’s AB Living Designs, the rooms and suites vary in terms of price and indulgence levels, though all come with limestone floors, mahogany and cherry furnishings and black granite bathrooms with bathtubs. The regular doubles, at a generous 35sqm, are spacious enough for most; the 80 suites are larger and some have kitchenettes for longer stays. You’ll have to pay premium rates for a suite overlooking the Pariser Platz, but on the other hand, those facing the inner courtyard are nice and quiet

Food & drink
Of the hotel’s three restaurants, the two Michelin-starred Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer, helmed by Hendrik Otto, is the most esteemed, offering a constantly changing menu of refined European dishes. Tim Raue’s upscale Sra Bua serves Michelin-star quality Pan-Asian fusions with European twists, while the more casual (but still elegant) Restaurant Quarré serves German and French classics, including a legendary schnitzel and Chateaubriand, as well as a daily-changing bistro lunch. Afternoon tea costs €42 (£37) and now comes with champagne for an extra charge and breakfast, while the Bel Etage breakfast buffet – while also not cheap at €45 (£39) per person – does include pretty much every item you can imagine (endless mueslis, breads, eggs, bacon, pastries), including a separate table of Asian dishes and treats like champagne, waffles, eggs benedict and caviar. A new coffee shop in the shopping gallery offers a selection of coffees, pastries and sandwiches to go.

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