Hotels In Berlin Germany

Your hotels in Berlin Germany search begins here! We’ve hand-picked namely the best Berlin penthouses to help make your Berlin stay an enjoyable one. Hotels in Berlin Germany do not have to be difficult to find. We’ve narrowed down the most outstanding hotels in Berlin Germany along with the best nearby attractions to help you plan your trip. First, though, let’s take a look at some background information on the city.

Berlin, with its over 3.7 million Berliners, is the capital and largest city of Germany, and the second-most populated city in the European Union behind London. Flowing through Berlin, River Spree accounts for the city’s many lakes in the southeastern and western boroughs. This German epicenter offers a temperate climate, with summers ranging in the upper 60s degrees Fahrenheit, and winters averaging in the mid-30s. Centrally positioned, Berlin sits at the cross-hairs of Eastern and Western, Northern and Southern Europe, with the major German cities Leipzig and Dresden to the south, and the major Polish city Szczecin to the northeast.

Berlin has a long, storied history dating back to the 13th century, when it was a focal point for the crossing of two major trade routes. During World War II, large parts of the city were destroyed in the Battle of Berlin. After the war, the city was essentially split in half, with American, British and French zones set up in West Berlin, and Russia controlling East Berlin. In 1961, Russian-controlled East Berlin began building the Berlin Wall around the city’s western part, causing tension that lasted until November 9th, 1989, when the Berlin Wall fell, and the city was reunified.

Today, Berlin is a popular tourist destination and, just like 800 years ago, is a focal point, this time as a continental hub for air and train travel. Museums, sporting events, entertainment venues, orchestras and universities attract visitors, with points of interest including Museum IslandGemäldegalerieNeue NationalgalerieHamburger Bahnhof,Deutsches Historisches MuseumJewish MuseumGerman Museum of TechnologyMuseum für NaturkundeOlympiastadionBerlin MarathonMesse Berlin,Hackescher MarktSO36KitKatClubDeutsches TheaterVolksbühneSchaubühneFriedrichstadt-PalastDeutsche OperBerlin State OperaKomische Oper,Theater des WestensBerliner PhilharmonieHaus der Kulturen der WeltZoologischer Garten BerlinBotanischer GartenHumboldt Universität zu BerlinFreie Universität Berlin and Technische Universität Berlin. The city offers some of the best Michelin rated restaurants in central Europe as well as a thriving nightlife scene, with entertainment lasting throughout the night. Hertha BSC and 1. FC Union Berlin represent the city’s two Bundesliga football clubs, with Union Berlin beginning Bundesliga play in 2019. Botanischer Garten, a 110-acre botanical garden with around 22,000 different plant species, is one of the largest in the world. It may be easy to see why roughly 30 million travelers per year visit this thriving Central European city. The below hotels in Berlin Germany are some of the best you’ll find for German travel, so let’s get to it.




Gorki Apartments

Weinbergsweg 25, Mitte

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What’s around?

Gorki Apartments offers multiple penthouse rental options. The accommodations have flat-screen TVs, box-spring beds, fully-equipped kitchens with Nespresso coffee machines, kettles, dishwashers and fridges, free WiFi, bathrobes, slippers and special kitchen utensils. This location is near Späti (supermarket), Spätkauf Rosenback (deli), Rosenburger (hamburger restaurant), tak tak polish deli, Aiko (sushi restaurant), MOD | C O F F E E, icono studio (hair salon), Tattoo for you, Zagreus- Projekt (art gallery), Bar Milano, Civilist (clothing store), VOLK (restaurant), Zur Rose (German restaurant), Rotation (clothing store), La Premiata Ditta (Italian restaurant), Taproom (bar), Superconscious Store (clothing store), Süsse Sünde (ice cream shop), Pastelaria A Galão (cafe) and more.

Alter Garnisonsfriedhof is 0.2 miles, me Collectors Room Berlin, Weinmeisterstraße Metro Station, Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Metro Station, Chamäleon Theater, Große Hamburger Straße Jewish Cemetery and Arkonaplatz are 0.4 miles, Hackesche Höfe, Senefelder Platz Metro Station and Volksbühne Theater are 0.5 miles, Alexanderplatz is 0.8 miles, The Reichstag and Berlin Central Station are 1.4 miles, Kurfürstendamm is 3.9 miles and Berlin Brandenburg Airport is 12.5 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (three bedroom penthouse): $1,415

Cost per person (six people): $235




SO/ Berlin Das Stue

Drakestrasse 1, Mitte

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Berlin Victory Column

SO/ Berlin Das Stue offers a penthouse suite with accommodations that include free WiFi, a spa area, an indoor pool, elegantly decorated rooms with mini-bars, satellite TVs and bathrooms with rain showers. Balconies or terraces are available with some rooms. This hotel is close to Cinco (Spanish restaurant), Stue Bar, Rosa Luxemburg Memorial, Bistro White Chocolate, Marlene Bar, Hugos (fine dining restaurant), Sabrien Shalaby (hair salon), La Sardegna (Italian restaurant), MK Herrenmode (clothing store), Café Minouche and more.

From here you’ll find Berlin Victory Column 0.4 miles, Europa-Center and Berlin Zoo 0.5 miles, Wittenbergplatz Metro Station, Bikini Berlin, Zoologischer Garten Train Station, KaDeWe, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Bellevue Palace, Zoologischer Garten Metro Station and Hansaplatz Underground Station 0.6 miles, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra 1 mile, Kurfürstendamm 1.2 miles, Natural History Museum, Berlin 2 miles, East Side Gallery 4 miles and Berlin Brandenburg Airport 12.3 miles.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $1,657

Cost per person (three people): $552



Hotel Q! Berlin

Knesebeckstr. 67, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf

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Renaissance Theater Berlin

Hotel Q! Berlin features elegant rooms with free WiFi, air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations and is found near: Falke (clothing store), Villeroy & Boch (chinaware store), Bunny’s Bar, PMC (beauty supply store), Lagoa Yoga, Tarik.D (hair salon), Van Gogh (bar), Stulle mit Brot (bistro), Viniculture (wine store), Sachiko Sushi (restaurant), ZEITWUNDER (beauty salon), Koshary Lux (Egyptian restaurant), Savigny Cocktailbar and more.

From this location Kurfürstendamm is within feet, Uhlandstraße Metro Station and Savigny Square are 0.2 miles, C. Bechstein Centrum Berlin is 0.3 miles, Theater des Westens, Kurfürstendamm Metro Station and Bar jeder Vernunft are 0.4 miles, Renaissance Theater Berlin and Zoologischer Garten Metro Station are 0.5 miles, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra is 2.1 miles, Potsdamer Platz is 2.3 miles, Checkpoint Charlie is 2.9 miles, Alexanderplatz is 4.1 miles and Berlin Brandenburg Airport is 12.5 miles.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $320

Cost per person (three people): $107



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Park Penthouses Insel Eiswerder

17 Eiswerderstraße, Spandau

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Spandau Citadel Berlin

All units at Park Penthouses Insel Eiswerder come with free WiFi, a flat-screen TV, a kitchen with a dishwasher, an oven, a coffee machine, a microwave and an electric tea pot and a fully-equipped private bathroom. The condo hotel has a terrace and is located near JWD (live music venue), Stilbruch Restaurant (German restaurant), Galerie Inselspinnen (art gallery), Altstadthafen (boat rental service), Haci Mevlana (restaurant), Pulvermühle (cafe) and more.

Spandau Citadel Berlin is 0.6 miles, Zitadelle underground station is 0.8 miles, Altstadt Spandau Metro Station and Haselhorst Metro Station are 0.9 miles, Kurfürstendamm is 5.4 miles, Berlin Central Station is 6.5 miles, Natural History Museum, Berlin, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and The Reichstag are 6.9 miles, East Side Gallery is 9.9 miles and Berlin Brandenburg Airport is 17.7 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night: $125



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Luxus Penthouse Berlin Rahnsdorf

Fürstenwalderallee 27, Treptow-Köpenick

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What’s going on?

Luxus Penthouse provides 2 bedrooms, a garden, a terrace, a balcony, a living room, a well-equipped kitchen and is found near Eislounge Sonnenseite (ice cream shop), Café Gerch, Bistro Alanya, Indisches Restaurant Ajad, Müggelsee Mole (observation deck), Pension Ferienhaus Bommer (restaurant) and more.

Municipal Theatre Cöpenick is 4.5 miles, Köpenick Palace is 4.8 miles, Hoppegarten Horse Racing is 4.9 miles, Alte Foersterei Stadium is 5.2 miles, Ferdinand Braun Institute is 6.5 miles, East Side Gallery is 11.3 miles, Museum Island is 13.3 miles, Memorial of the Berlin Wall is 14.1 miles and Berlin Brandenburg Airport is 9.3 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night: $210

Cost per person (four people): $53



Monbijou Penthouse

11 Monbijouplatz, Mitte

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Pergamon Museum Berlin Germany

With 3 bedrooms, river views, a terrace, air-conditioning, a seating area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a washing machine and a hot tub, Monbijou Penthouse is situated close to: TheLiberate Berlin (bar), Dae Mon Restaurant, Yi-Spa, Cafe Latrio, Paul Möhring (ice cream shop), art4berlin GALERIE, caYambe (hat shop), Kosmetikinstitut (beauty salon), Berlin Hackescher Markt (shopping mall), TheCoven Bar, James Simon Park, BLOCK HOUSE (steak house), Berlin Dungeon and more.

Pergamon Museum Berlin Germany, Alte Nationalgalerie and Hackescher Market are 0.1 miles, Berlin TV Tower is 0.4 miles, Alexanderplatz is 0.6 miles, Natural History Museum, Berlin and The Reichstag are 1 mile, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra is 1.5 miles, Kurfürstendamm is 3.5 miles and Berlin Brandenburg Airport is 12 miles from this penthouse.

Approximate cost per night: $2,168

Cost per person (six people): $362



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LUX Penthouse

83 Dorotheenstraße, Mitte

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Palace of Tears Berlin

LUX Penthouse features 3 bedrooms, free WiFi, a fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher, oven, fridge, coffee machine and electric tea pot and a terrace and is positioned close to: beets & roots (health food restaurant), 1687 Restaurant (French restaurant), Flamingo Fresh Food Bar (bistro), Hunkemöller (lingerie store), Startseite (cafe), Gaffel Haus (German restaurant), Treffpunkt Berlin (pub), The Visit (coffee shop), Cookies Cream (vegetarian restaurant), Crackers (fine dining restaurant), Komische Oper Berlin (opera house) and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Unter den Linden, 0.2 miles from Palace of Tears Berlin, Admiralspalast and Distel Cabaret Theatre, 0.3 miles from Berliner Ensemble, Pariser Platz and The Brandenburg Gate, 0.4 miles from The Reichstag and Holocaust Memorial, 2.6 miles from East Side Gallery, 2.9 miles from Kurfürstendamm and 12 miles from Berlin Brandenburg Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $873

Cost per person (six people): $145



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So there you have them, hotels in Berlin Germany that will help make for an unforgettable experience. We hope you have found value in this information and most importantly, that you enjoy your Berlin trip!

37 Replies to “Hotels In Berlin Germany”

  1. Monbijou Penthouse, 11 Monbijouplatz, Mitte looks absolutely game. Like wow, beyond high-end with such a modern and almost futuristic feel, especially with those black walls. The fact it’s located near a shopping mall plus a steak house makes the place even more interesting. If there’s one penthouse I’d pick from this list, it’s Monbijou. 

  2. Wow, you did a thorough job in not only providing detailed information about these various penthouse vacation rentals, but also includes links to make reservations so easily. It was a brilliant touch to list shops, restaurants and places of interest for each of these penthouses. It definitely helps to make booking decisions more easily. 

    I hope you are an affiliate of these booking sources. You’ve done such a good job in helping the traveller to Berlin make an easy decision. Since I love classical music, the ones that had easy access to the Berlin Philharmonic appealed to me most. 

    These facilities are all luxurious, but have personality differences to appeal to virtually any traveller. Having a bathtub in the bedroom like a couple did was not my cup of tea. I am sure that will appeal to some individuals. 

    Without a doubt, they are all extremely well furnished and equipped with the most desirable mod cons. I wish could afford to rent one of these places for a dream vacation. Great job overall. 

    1. Thank you Edwin for your kind and thorough comments! Hope you are successful in your life’s journey and can afford to rent or OWN one of these beautiful penthouses 🙂

  3. I like how this site was set up it really has some good pictures and a good explanation about each room.

    I think it has good advertisements after each paragraph. Really looks like a beautiful place to go  Visit. This set up with some very good thought, Well done.  A lot of good information about The penthouse’s in Germany.

  4. Wow! Aren’t those apartments suites just beautiful!!

    The Drakestrasse 1, Mitte has done it for me. I am just fascinated by the dark interiors, and is that a massage table there?

    The Gorki Apartments is also a winner.I love that I can enjoy the outdoors in the clear skies. 

    Thanks for the additional information on what else is going around those areas. Germany is one of my dream destinations.

    1. Thank you for the comments Carol. Glad you like The Drakestrasse 1, Mitte and The Gorki Apartments and that Germany is one of your dream destinations. Happy travels!

  5. This is awesome information for anyone traveling to Germany. I like that you are serving a niche audience who have exquisite taste! For those who are looking at this level, they will be happy to find everything in one convenient posting. You obviously have done your homework. I’m curious about the inspiration behind this site. Did you travel to Germany yourself. Have you stayed at any of these places.

  6. This was great information.  For those looking for a high-end experience on their travels to Berlin, this post provides a wealth of information.  The photos really drives home the possibilities and richness of options.  I’m curious about what motivated your desire to write this blog?  I’m interested in traveling to Asia soon, perhaps there’s some information you would like o share on that topic.  I’m confident that any information you provide will be thorough and high quality.  Thanks again.

    1. Hi Evenow and thank you for commenting. This blog was created to help travelers find their perfect travel accommodations. Glad you found the information helpful and happy travels!

  7. Hi again, I just left a comment on your penthouse by city post which was great by the way so I thought I would take a look around your website.

    The hotels you show here in Berlin are out of this world and although I want to travel there to see the sights I don’t think I could leave the hotel room if I stayed in any of these awesome looking rooms.

    I especially love the futuristic looking Hotel Q room, I think with the wifi and flat screen tv I would only leave the room if it was to go to Bunny’s Bar, lol

    Thanks for the great review of these hotels and penthouses and hopefully I will get to stay in them soon 🙂

    1. Hi Matthew and thanks again for stopping by! So glad to hear that you found something particular in Hotel Q, and lol @ Bunny’s Bar. Hope so too, safe travels out there!

  8. Thanks so much for this… Berlin has been on our radar for travel and after checking out your site and getting a closer look at some of the options it has just moved closer to an actual trip!

    It looks like there are some gorgeous and very diverse ways to experience Berlin. Would you think it’s better to stay in one place for the full time of the visit or check out a few different accommodations. Cheers!

    1. Hi Judy, thank you! If there is an accommodation that you particularly love you might go with it. Otherwise multiple locations might be a good option as different neighborhoods have different entertainment. Thanks again for stopping by and best wishes!

  9. Wow, your website just amazed me. These are the pieces of information I was looking for many days. Your explanations are very satisfying and you are definitely a pro in this.
    The houses in this site are eye attractive and I believe everybody in the world has dreamed about vacation and the stay with great designs with all the facilities and amenities. These penthouses are amazing and the locations will attract many.

    I will definitely come back to your website to gain more knowledge.

    Also, your website is well designed and your points are very clear that no one can ask you about something is not clear. Excellent job and keep doing the good work.

    Thank you

    1. Thank you for your kind words John! They are really appreciated. Glad to hear you will be coming back. Happy travels out there 😊

  10. I like the luxus accommodation as it reminds me of home and I hope to stay for around 1 month and feeling homely suits my style

    Also, I saw you mention these places can be bought and wondered what price you would pay for something like this so I am off to aunty google to check the prices as this could be a regular stopover for special times ahead

    Thank you

    1. Hi Vicki. Pricing has several factors but your best bet is to plan your trip ahead of time. Happy travels out there  and thank you again for the comments! 

  11. These accommodations are so stunningly beautiful and modern.  I didn’t realize how gorgeous these places would be.  I thought they would be more rustic, being in Europe and all.  I’m so glad I came across this article, because it has enticed me to give travel to Germany a try.  These places look right out of a magazine!  I love them!

    1. Thank you so much for the kind words Babsie! They truly are beautiful and very glad you found the information to your liking ☺️

  12. Wow,

         I’ve never been to Germany but I’ve wanted to visit for some time.  I can’t believe how beautiful these places to stay are and how close they are to so many things to do.

    I’ve followed a few of your links and am quite surprised at how affordable these places really are.  I think it’s time for me to actually plan that trip!

    Would you happen to know a good source for flight information from the US west coast?

    Thanks again,


    1. Hi Scott and that you so much for the comments! The best thing to do regarding flights is to compare different sites. Priceline, Hotwire, Orbitz, Travelocity, Skyscanners, Momondo are some good ones to name a few. Hope that helps and safe travels out there!

  13. Wow, these are stunning! 11 Monbijouplatz, Mitte is definitely my favorite. You did a really nice job outlining some of the currently available options. Any plans to post some travel tips for first time travelers to these places?

    Germany is definitely on my list of places to visit, as well as France (which works out because I see you have an article about places in Paris). I’m really glad I found your site, I think this will be very helpful in my future adventures.

    1. Thank you for the kind comments KXP! Glad to hear you pinpointed a favorite. Your question is appreciated and will be taken into consideration. Cheers!

  14. The content on this page along with the pictures, made me want to move in right away on any of those apartment, wow such beautiful images. Not to mention that Drakestrasse 1, Mitte has a spa room, I don’t think I would ever want to leave. Now, I might have to save so that I can travel to Germany.

    1. Thank you so much Yasmin! We are in agreement about never wanting to leave such a place. All the best to you 😊

  15. Germany has always been a place of amusement to me. Seriously, this Berlin did have some awesome looking penthouses. For me, I like the dark feel and atmosphere of the Monbijou Penthouse, 11 Monbijouplatz, Mitte. This could be arguably the best penthouse I have seen ever. I love the black feel and atmosphere. Wow! This is great

    1. Hi Isaac. You are not alone as many people seem to favor Monbijou. Glad to hear this style suits you 🙂

  16. Thanks for the great pictures, it really shows several different ways to have a great time in Berlin. I love how you gave the distance to all the attractions nearby.

    I think if I had to pick one it would be the Luxus. I love the garden terrace and the, it is so beautiful. I really like the things around it. 

    I am a big foodie and, who doesn’t like ice cream and don’t forget the observation deck I love just looking around at things this will give me a wonderful view.!

    I will bookmark this so I have it in the future. 



    1. Hello Lynda. Thank you! Very glad to hear that you found value in the post. Luxus is a fine choice with many great nearby attractions!

  17. WOW really beautiful site with top pictures. You provided a lot of detailed information on how to travel with Gorki 

    apartments to Berlin. Those apartments have a lot of features. 

    Definitely going to Berlin one of these days and travel through your site with confidence. Drakenstrasse seems a top location. But other locations also have nice furniture and are luxurious.

    1. Thank you Jacob! Very glad to hear that you found these two to your liking. Your comments are much appreciated, hope you have a great trip 😊

  18. Last time I was in Germany it was on a camping holiday,following a stretch of the Rhine. Needless to say the accommodation was poor in comparison to the luxury penthouses you have painstakingly taken such care to display. Now as a parent whose children have almost flown the coop it maybe time to start planning some quality excursions. For once it is possible to do so within the confines of a single site. As well as being able to have a very good look round the apartments, which are lush, I have had a wander through some of the local attractions. Monbijou Penthouse really caught my eye and would seem to be able to accomodate all six of us, though I am inclined not to make it an open invitation. 

    1. Thank you Twack! Your story and gracious comments are much appreciated. Hope you get to enjoy yourself now that the coop has been flown 😉

  19. I haven’t been to Berlin. This write-up on hotels is defintiely a nice guide to check out before anyone goes Berlin, Germany. Staying in the penthouse is not always an option for us. Some of these hotels look to be quite nice. I really like the main picture in ths page. Do any of those hotels have views like the one you show here? 

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