The Adlon is a must visit when in Berlin, if only for the history alone.
This club has three roof terraces.
Honest food in a pleasant decor makes it an attractive affair.
A sleek after-hours long drinks and champagne bar.
It may not be cheap once the little dishes.
Located in a former power plant near the “Ostbahnhof”
Discreet service, surpreme comfort.
A sleek and unpretentious hotel in the heart of Berlin.
Berliners, lounging on couches and generally misbehaving. “
When the eating is finished, revellers can go downstairs to the club.
The fresh design here is a perfect micro-representation.
A modern take on the classic drawing room, the interior is bright and trendy.
Fine dine and wine in a cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Chef Stefan Hartmann is arguably the best chef in Kreuzberg.
The historic and elegant Hotel de Rome.
This tiny hotspot, owned by Berlin’s most reliable.
Essential Berlin is just around the corner.
Truly a typically Berlin club on the bank of the river.
Very popular and so it is best to book.
Blending the best of hostel and hotel.
Very young and very colorful fashionista crowd.
Moneyed eurotrash gets respectively.
The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin stands on the pulse of Germany.
The seasonally available white Alba truffles enliven the simplest of dishes.
Shochu is the name of a Japanese alcoholic beverage.
The rooftop bar is the place to roost.
Soju – that highly drinkable and deceptively strong Korean liquor.
One of Berlin’s most fashionable haunts.
Tausend has become a welcome new addition.
The Mandala Hotel, a healing, holistic luxury.
The hotel is surrounded by designer boutiques.
An indulgent dining experience with a suitably indulgent price tag.
VAU defined hip in the Mitte district years ago.
The sleek and loungy Victoria Bar.
This is one of the most exciting and creative restaurants in Berlin.
This trendy bar is located on the 13th floor.