Restaurant Pots is the hotel’s new restaurant, and its modern concept is firmly rooted in regional cuisine. Expect small, shareable plates, locally produced craft beers and sommelier-selected wines.
In the 1920s, Berlin brimmed with creativity and lavishness, a result of its booming film and cabaret industries. Today, The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin has recaptured the essence of the era with a complete renovation. The hotel is a modern tribute to Art Deco design and a reflection of Berlin’s ever-changing cultural landscape.
Counter to the Carlton Club Suite’s moon theme, The Ritz-Carlton Suite uses sun motifs to symbolize change. Newly reimagined, the 2,220-sq.-ft. suite overlooks Potsdamer Platz and the Tiergarten park. It includes two bedrooms, a fitness area and separate living and dining spaces.
On the hotel’s top floor overlooking the Tiergarten park, The Club Lounge provides Club Level guests with an intimate setting and complimentary amenities. Attended by a dedicated concierge, the lounge features locally inspired culinary offerings including a Friday Tea Ceremony, illustrations from German artist Julia Pelzer and exquisite porcelain from Berlin’s KPM.
At Fragrances, mixologist and bar manager Peggy Knuth combines the art of cocktails with the world of perfumes. Guests are taken on a personalized, sensory journey where fantasy and indulgence are at the forefront.