Hotel de Rome, a Rocco Forte Hotel, Berlin

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Hotel de Rome, a Rocco Forte Hotel, Berlin

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Berlin, Germany

AS DESCRIBED BY PROPERTY: Located on historic Bebelplatz, Hotel De Rome is one of the most prestigious luxury hotels in Berlin. Once the headquarters of the esteemed 19th-century Dresden Bank, it’s a place where heritage and stylish modernity meet.

Step through the impressive stone entranceway, with its grand Atelier Prométhée magenta urns and Olivia Steele’s neon birdcage, and you’ll immediately be met by a sense of glamour. Swim a few laps in the jade-colored waters of our indoor swimming pool, housed within the former jewel vault. And after dark, watch the Berlin skyline light up while sipping cocktails on the Rooftop Terrace.

When you’re finally ready for bed, retreat to your supremely comfortable suite and sink into a sumptuous king-sized bed. Blending heritage design with elegant, contemporary furnishings, we can’t think of a better place to drift off to sleep in the heart of Berlin.

Le Jardin de Russie serves celebrity chef’s Fulvio Pierangelini’s superb Mediterranean cuisine. During the warmer months, guests can dine al fresco in the unique atmosphere of the Secret Garden beneath palm and orange trees. The Stravinskij Bar is an international destination as well as a local hot spot with both indoor and outdoor space. The five-star property also boasts the De Russie Spa, an exclusive sanctuary of beauty, offering innovative treatments like Swiss Perfection Cellular Skin Care, not available anywhere else in Rome.

UNIQUE SUITE ACCESS™ EXPERIENCE/AMENITY: Two tickets with admission to five museums: The Museum Island in Berlin-Mitte forms a masterpiece of art with five world-renowned museum buildings (Pergamonmuseum, Neues Museum, Altes Museum, Bode Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie), which are assembled in an extraordinary ensemble. With the opening of the Altes Museum in 1830, historically significant collections became accessible to the public for the first time. In around 100 years, five museums will be built on the area. Berlin's Museum Island has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999.

DESTINATION TIP: Berlin has it all – sights, attractions and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. To recharge your batteries, it also has places of worship for all the world’s main religions, palaces, parks and gardens. For a quiet moment of reflection visit the spreading green cemeteries. You can still sense Berlin’s turbulent past at the city’s many memorial sites or along the Berlin Wall trail – after all, this is where world history was made. From the government quarter in the heart of Berlin to architectural highlights and insiders’ tips for all of Berlin’s districts – we show you the well-known and lesser known sights of Berlin!

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