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BRINGING BACK THE GLAMOUR OF BERLIN’S GOLDEN ERA

    

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.

DESIGNED WITH INTENTION

Geometric patterns symbolizing the crossroads of Potsdamer Platz. A mirrored panel inspired by the lime tree-lined Unter den Linden Boulevard. Elements recalling the Tiergarten, Berlin’s largest park. Artwork alluding to actress Marlene Dietrich’s love for the city. A palette blending champagne, chrome and muted gray with punches of rich color. The story of Berlin is told through subtle details weaved throughout the hotel’s newly renovated public spaces, restaurants, accommodations and wellness area.


GUEST ROOMS & SUITES

Richly designed and residential in feel, guest rooms and suites combine Art Deco details with contemporary touches. Dramatic, floor-to-ceiling headboards use color and geometric patterns to express change. The life of Marlene Dietrich is honored in artwork and the minibar’s design. (She shared her love for the Berlin in a song and had a permanent suitcase in the city.) And hand-selected furnishings recall the glamour of the 1920s.

THE RITZ-CARLTON SUITE

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.

A large lounge space with seating and dining areas

RITZ-CARLTON CLUB® LOUNGE

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.


BARS & RESTAURANTS

A base for creative cuisine and cocktail culture, dining in Berlin often shares headlines with London and NYC. The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin pushes the boundaries to shatter the traditional image of hotel dining.

FRAGRANCES

In the European bar scene, mixologist Arnd Heissen is something of a magician. At Fragrances, he 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.


WELLNESS AREA

The hotel’s newly modernized wellness space brings a hint of glamour to the workout experience. The 24-hour fitness center features state-of-the-art equipment complemented by a steam room, Finnish sauna, lap pool and relaxation area. Treatments, performed by a local spa therapist, are available upon request.