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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
We came again to this wonderful hotel which is perfect situated in Berlin Mitte. Service, rooms, Tea-Time, breakfast everything is perfect. We love this hotel and we come again for sure, because not only service is so excellent also you can walk to a lot of interesting places from the hotel
270herbertg - Salzburg, Austria
My wife and I stayed there for 5 days and were stunned at their service. It was the best among the many we have experienced. There never was a line, our room was large and kept perfectly clean, the food was fabulous, the staff was always helpful, and the afternoon tea in their tea room was the best ever. They are centrally located so we could walk to museums, opera, and fine restaurants. I would return any time I returned to Berlin.
DAO6140 - District of Columbia
The Regent Berlin is in an excellent location and we felt safe walking at any hour. The driver that picked us up at the airport was friendly and informational, check in was seamless, daily fruit in the room was a nice surprise, and it was looking to be an excellent stay. However, I was assured prior to our visit that the room was non-smoking and told the reservation agent that I was very sensitive to cigarette smoke. The room must have been a smoking room at some time or possibly the smell was in the ventilation system. Although the front desk agents were friendly at check in, others throughout our stay weren't as kind and service was inconsistent. The day before we left, our Nespresso machine broke. We told the room service attendant, the front desk, and housekeeping. Our flight was leaving very early the next morning and caffeine was a necessity. After seeing the sights for the day and arriving back to our room tired, we did not check to see if it had been fixed or replaced and were very unpleasantly surprised the next morning. We arranged a vehicle through the concierge to take us to the airport. This was our third vehicle arranged during the trip and the prior two were very roomy Audi A8s. The small Mercedes that was arranged to pick up three adults and bags was not sufficient. Two bags had to be placed in the front seat and the three of us (small adults) were packed so tightly into the backseat that we could not put our seat belts on.
familyvacation34 - San Antonio, Texas
My third stay at the Regent. This is a very elegant hotel, right at the heart of Berlin, adjoining the beautiful Gendarmenmakrt. My room had views over the FranzÃ¶sische Kirche. Quiet, and very elegant spaces downstairs. But it is struggling to keep up with its Five Star rating. The rooms feel dated and a bit tired (v welcome Nespresso machines notwithstanding). DÃ©cor is a bit dull and lacklustre in the rooms, though the (limited) spaces downstairs are glitzy and elegant.. Ironically the part that least needs updating - the excellent Fischers Fritz restaurant - was closed for renovation on our visit! A good gym, but the services are not really what you'd expect from a five star hotel. The room service menu was also a bit lacklustre, and breakfast expensive - though there is a good range of places to eat on the square. So though I like this place, I'm afraid it's losing its shine, and will find it progressively harder to justify its high prices. I really hope they can arrest the slow decline.
NotionalTravel - London, England
We stayed, as a family, over Easter weekend. The Easter displays were stunning, and chocolate was being freely given away everywhere we looked! We could not fault this beautiful hotel. The fact our rooms were ready at 10am knocked us out, we were so relieved after a ridiculously early start. The staff were so friendly, rooms and especially bathrooms are stunning and perfectly appointed, L'Occitane toiletries, lovely coffee machine and sumptuous beds, bliss. The breakfast buffet was just unbelievable, the concierge, reception and door staff all super-friendly and helpful. We were made to feel very special, thank you!
debsevenoaks - sevenoaks, kent