Why we like it
- Opened in 1907 by Lorenz Adlon, this landmark of Berlin never fails to delight
- Ideal location with views over the peaceful inner courtyard and the Unter den Linden Boulevard
- Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer 2 Michelin-starred restaurant
- Adlon day spa with indoor swimming pool to relax after a day's exploration
- In house shopping arcade & Lorenz wine store
About Hotel Adlon Kempinski
Situated at Pariser Platz square, in view of the most famous landmark of Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate, the 382 rooms and suites at the Hotel Adlon Kempinski are graceful and understatedly elegant. Originally opened in 1907, it burnt down after a party during World War II. Rebuilt to the original plans after the fall of the Berlin wall, this slice of history is six floors high and we recommend the Superior rooms as they overlook the Boulevard Unter den Linden.
Dining options include one of Berlin's hotspots: the Michelin starred Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer ensures the best start to the delights of Berlin's foodie scene.