Hotel de Rome is situated on the historic Bebelplatz, adjacent to the State Opera and within walking distance of Berlin Cathedral and the Television Tower.
The hotel has 146 bedrooms and 43 suites. The rooms are spacious, with high-ceilings and comfortable deluxe furnishings, and décor is contemporary and refined though lacks the flamboyance of the ground floor area. The bathrooms feature marble detailing, walk-in showers, double ended baths and Ren bath products. The 105-square foot terrace in the Bebel Suite directly overlooks Bebelplatz – and is one for the honeymooners.
The tone throughout, from the reception through to the salons and seating areas, is grandiose - a sweeping meld of neoclassical architecture and stone walls.
Eating and drinking
The Parioli restaurant, led by famed chef Jörg Behrendand, serves Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. The restaurant is an elegant place to dine, with warm brown and beige tones and gold accents, and also boasts a large terrace for dining al fresco in the summer. The striking Opera Court features an original glazed ceiling and serves Afternoon Tea. Bebel Bar is a popular spot for cocktails and has a rooftop summer terrace offering views across the city.
The Spa de Rome occupies the former vault and offers a 20-metre swimming pool, fully-equipped gym, Finnish sauna with light and aromatherapy treatments, steam room and six treatment rooms.
Staff are very knowledgeable and helpful.
Who stays there
International and business travellers, and the well-heeled.
Kids under 12-years-old stay free here with an extra roll-away bed available at 50 euros daily per person. Buffet breakfast is an additional 30 euros per person, but free for kids 0-6 years old.
- Culture vultures
- Families with younger children
Pros & Cons
- Great facilities and location
- Internet is an extra €20/day