November 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Regent, Berlin in Berlin, Germany
Centrally located on a quiet street on the corner of Gendarmenmarkt, The Regent, Berlin exudes Old World character. Rooms are tasteful and warm, outfitted in Biedermeier furniture with optional classical background music. Don’t miss Royal Afternoon Tea – it’s served by an open fireplace on Meissener china accompanied by live piano music – and if your stay overlaps with a class by tea master Roland Pröh, you’ll leave properly enlightened about this elegant ritual.
Hop on the U2 train line – just a block from the hotel – bound for the KaDeWe Department Store, the equivalent of nine football fields of shopping housed in a building that survived Germany’s 20th Century destruction unscathed. Snack on praline truffles while you browse. Return to stroll along the Friedrichstraße. Sip on rare whiskey at Regent Bar and take dinner on the restaurant’s breezy terrace.
Location of The Regent, Berlin
Nearest Airport: TXL
Amenities for The Regent, Berlin
- General Information
- 204 Rooms
- Afternoon Tea
- 10 Bars
- 10 Restaurants
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- Direct Dial Telephones
- DVD Players
- In-Room Safes
- Work Desks
- Complimentary WiFi
- Deep Soaking Tubs
- Historic Sites
- Art Galleries
- Public Transportation
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for The Regent, Berlin
The Regent fulfilled all our expectations. First class accommodation, first class location and first class service. Breakfasts were excellent and the bar service was reasonably priced and good value. Highly recommended, would not stay anywhere else in Berlin.
Muzblue - Canberra, Australia
When I write my reviews on Trip Advisor I spend hours on all my tours, restaurants and hotels that I visit. As a 6 star contributor to Trip Advisor I write my reviews in great detail to share the experience that we have when travelling with my readers. I look for luxury hotels that are committed to excellence in providing the highest standards to give their guests a true luxury experience. We recently stayed for 5 nights at the Regent Berlin. The Regent has so much going for it. However there are some areas that need drastic changes. The hotel is modern on the outside but very traditional in the inside. The dÃ©cor is beautiful with a gorgeous lobby. ( it was formerly a Four Seasons Hotel and was bought by Regent.) The location is the best in Berlin. Before arriving I corresponded with the Concierges- Lukas, Julian and Sandra. They all were excellent, very quick in responding and provided information in great detail. ( Sandra has since moved to London). They were also very helpful and friendly when we were at the hotel giving us good suggestions on our daily plans. We had an Executive Suite which was a MAGNIFICENT room. It was furnished beautifully with a separate living area and bedroom. The bathroom was large and luxurious with a soaking tub and separate shower. We were very satisfied with our accommodations! The housekeeping staff gets our biggest praises. They were outstanding- accommodating all our requests. Our suite was cleaned to perfection 2x a day. We ate the first night in the hotel's Bar/Lounge. The food was excellent and the service was very attentive. The doormen at the hotel were courteous, helpful and very attentive to us. The reception desk employees were cordial and attentive. Now for what I think needs to be IMPROVED: The breakfast is served in the most gorgeous room you can ever imagine. It is stunning! We were served on fine china in a beautiful environment. However the breakfast was so disappointing for a 5 star hotel. When you sit down they serve you "dinner type rolls and breads" in a small basket. There was also a very small buffet with a few pastries and cereals ( which were not good)- and limited fruit offerings that looked and tasted like canned fruit. The preserves served were generic and for a hotel of this quality they should have been the finest that we always see at 5 star hotels. The breakfast in my husband's opinion is what you would find in a 2 star hotel and THEY NEED TO HIRE A NEW PASTRY CHEF! The Manager needs to go see what Four Seasons Budapest does for their breakfast and then they will see what a great breakfast buffet should be! But what I think surprised us the most was the staff at breakfast. They were unfriendly and not attentive. Never did they have a smile on their faces. Even though there were a lot of staff members there- you never could find anyone to refill your coffee when you needed them. They need to be retrained on how to provide the service that you would expect in a 5 star hotel. On a few days one of the hostess's ( she had blond hair) at the entrance we found was very rude to us. She always seemed overwhelmed and couldn't handle it when there were a few people waiting in line to get into the room. The breakfast in our opinion was not only not good but the restaurant at breakfast is mismanaged if the hostess and staff have bad attitudes. One day I had a special request at breakfast and the Food and Beverage Director came out and started arguing with me. At a 5 star hotel- they should always say " Not a Problem". But this wasn't what I experienced. We had the pleasure of meeting the Hotel Manager- Mr. Stafan Athmann. He was a delightful person and I mentioned some of our concerns on the food at breakfast. The Regent Berlin is a beautiful hotel but in order for it to be a true luxury 5 star hotel the management needs to address the attitudes and service of the staff at breakfast and the quality of the breakfast that I have written about. I hope they will do this!
Sally6 - New Orleans
Last week we had the pleasure of dining at the Regent on a stormy Berlin night. The main dishes of fish and lamb were delicious and the service impeccable. Little wonder this restaurant has earned its Michelin stars. It is not inexpensive, and worth its price. I look forward to returning.
After four nights in another Stadtmitte hotel, we moved to the Regent to join a tour group. It is within two blocks of the U-Bahn, close to Checkpoint Charlie, and across the street from the Gendarmenmarkt. Also has many restaurants in the immediate area. Our room was large, with ample seating, and very comfortable beds. The bath was the best we encountered with a shower separate from the tub -- a real luxury!!! Nightly turn down service was also excellent, and on request, ice was available! We found the concierge and desk staff very helpful. The breakfast buffet (also available almost anything you might wish by special order) good, but occasionally a bit disorganized. Checking in at the restaurant entrance took a little time. In three weeks travel around Germany & Poland -- including seven different hotel stays -- the Regent Berlin stands out as one of the best.
Soars37 - Washington DC, District of Columbia
I've stayed at the Regent Hotel on a number of previous occasions, and each time the standard has remained up to my expectations. The magnificent public areas; for example, the stunning marbled foyer, are matched in luxury and style by the rooms themselves, which is often not the case in other luxury hotels. I was fortunate to have been upgraded to a junior suite, which was absolutely magnificent, particularly in terms of the additional space. The staff, from the doormen and those in reception, to the restaurant and housekeeping staff, offer attentive and superlative service. The hotel 'remembers' guest requirements: the first time I stayed there I requested an office-style chair for doing computer work. Since that first time the office chair has been in my room when I arrived. As usual, my room was exceptionally quiet. The hotel's location also cannot be faulted: in the centre of Berlin, and close to the museum area and to a number of top-class restaurants, as well as to a personal favourite, Galleries Layfayette. KurfÃ¼rstendamm, another great shopping area, is a few stops away via the underground, at Stadt Mitte station. I look forward to my next visit!
Penelope C - Bendigo, Australia