By Alexandra Taylor
Contemporary, captivating and glamorous—a city where nothing is expected and everything is accepted, Berlin boasts some of the best food, arts and nightlife in Europe. From a flourishing art and design district to arguably the coolest club culture in Europe, Berlin is a must-visit, especially in the fall months.
Start your unprecedented Berlin experience at the Brandenburger Hof Berlin, a luxurious and modern boutique hotel in the center of the city. Well known amongst locals and travelers alike, the Brandenburger Hof lies in the chic Charlottenburg neighborhood. With a classic noteworthy façade, the prominent entrance leads to one of Berlin’s most modern hotel interiors, with a Bauhaus-minimalist aesthetic offset by Mediterranean and Asian artistic influences seen throughout.
The salons and restaurant are equally a study in art and cultural contrasts, from the high ceilings and Doric columns of the lobby, to the Japanese-styled courtyard and refined restaurant with Frank Lloyd Wright chairs. Relax and rejuvenate from a long day of exploring the city in the hotel’s elegant salons, a throwback to turn of the century engagements.
Brandenburger Hof Berlin is truly a retreat from the bustling streets, but close enough to the city’s hotspots. A haven of soft-lit spaces and warm hues with a relaxing and unhurried ambience, the refined boutique hotel perfectly fuses design, luxury and art in perfect harmony, creating an indulging environment.
With 58 rooms and 14 suites, the luxurious hotel prides itself in truly unique accommodations. The Bauhaus style blends with the ornate fabric of the old building. Guest rooms feature chrome-and-leather furniture by the likes of Mies and le Corbusier alongside Japanese flower arrangements and classic stucco work. All suites and most rooms are facing the picturesque inner courtyard; French windows offer sweeping views over the hotel’s Japanese style inspired garden. A select few of the rooms overlook the quiet and quaint Eislebener Str. with views over maple trees to the aw-worthy residences in Charlottenburg. Innate details make for a relaxing and luxurious stay. From the distinct décor to a personalized welcome treatment upon arrival, the hospitable accommodations are truly a delight.
Enjoy breakfast in the glass-roofed Quadriga Lounge overlooking the garden. Then, take the short walk to Kurfürstendamm, Berlin’s most popular shopping street, before visiting the nearby palace at Charlottenburg Schloss. Dine in the hotel’s renowned restaurant accompanied by an extensive wine collection of German vintages.
Indulge in a treat with truly majestic accommodations during the holidays. The Brandenburger Hof offers a one-of-a-kind holiday experience. On arrival, you will be welcomed by the legendary afternoon tea awaiting in the hotel’s lounge with roasted almonds, white nougat, the scent of oranges and finger sandwiches with smoked wild salmon, Prague ham and eggs, not forgetting our own tradition of warm scones with cinnamon spiced plum jam and clotted cream. The concierge will point you in the direction of the city’s most enchanting holiday markets, the most distinguished addresses for Christmas shopping and, of course, all of Berlin’s famous hotspots. As well tickets can be reserved for the newly reopened Museum Berggruen and any of the other great collections. No holiday experience would be complete without the long anticipated new production of Tchaikovsky’s ‘Nutcracker’ with the Berlin State Ballet. Finish the luxurious adventure with a Champagne reception, hors d’oeuvres and transfers.
The Brandenburger Hof is a hotel with a personality all its own, luxurious accommodations and an innate charm that brings guests back visit after visit.
Brandenburger Hof Berlin
Eislebener Straße 14, D-10789 Berlin
+49 (0)30.2 14 05-0