Hotel Berlin, Berlin completes final phase of major renovations

Great Hotels of the World, the London-based hotel sales and marketing alliance, announced the completion of major renovation works at its member property, Hotel Berlin, Berlin.

Over the past five years, more than $39 million has been invested to renovate the property. The lobby has been fully refurbished and the hotel has implemented an exclusive Airline Crew Lounge. A renovation on the Classic wing has been completed, as well as in the fitness and wellness areas. Additional renovation works of 200 new Premium rooms and 26 new conference suites complete the reconstructions.

Hotel Berlin, Berlin’s the new rooms possess modern interior fittings by designer Peter Kempf. Individual pieces, such as the “floating bed” in the Berlin, Berlin Suite complement the new design of the Classic Wing. Guests can also enjoy the new bedrooms’ special additions, such as free WiFi, 42 inch LED televisions, rain showers and soundproof windows.

 

The hotel’s events space now includes 26 new conference suites. The events area has more than doubled and has been extended from approximately 13,993 square feet to approximately 32,291 square feet, with the new conference suites incorporated into the new design concept, presenting Berlin’s history up close. The new boardroom can hold up to 10 delegates and every conference suite has a balcony.

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