Caters to every conceivable need or desire within an environment of quiet sophistication
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What it is
Over-the-top opulence in the Mitte district.
What it isn't
Modern and meh (you’ll find Biedermeier furniture worthy of royal derrieres in even the most “basic” room option).
What we think
Not everyone can stay in Neuschwanstein Castle when they’re in Germany. Thankfully, the Regent Berlin is every bit as sumptuous, with antique furniture polished to a high gleam, a lobby lined in more marble than an actual quarry, and chandeliers dripping with crystal so clean and clear you’ll want to avert your eyes. Even the 24-hour gym is elaborately designed, with wood paneling, beveled mirrors and wall sconces. On-site restaurants are excellent enough to lure locals celebrating special occasions; reserve ahead at two-Michelin-starred Fischers Fritz, where dishes may include terrine of foie gras and smoked eel with pepper caramel, or parsley root pancakes with green maple syrup and licorice. And whatever you do, don’t miss spending a few minutes in the spa’s Finnish sauna.
You're here because
It’s as classic as any grande dame without a whiff of stuffiness, and the location is ideal for sightseeing.
As a pianist plays and the fire crackles during your afternoon tea in the marble-walled lobby lounge, you could almost swear you’d transported back in time to pre-war Germany. That is, until, your on-trend matcha chawan bowl arrives—au currant globetrotting at its best.
Restaraunts & Bars
CHARLOTTE & FRITZ - a newly opened casual dining restaurant serving fresh, seasonal local dishes
Regent Bar - Martinis, cocktails and classic bar snacks
Tea & Lobby Lounge - Classic British afternoon tea
Overlooking Gendarmenmarkt Square on Charlottenstrasse in the Mitte district, just a half-hour drive from Tegel Airport and a brief walk to Unter den Linden and the Brandenburg Gate.