Hotel de Rome is located in the Mitte district at the heart of Berlin. The hotel itself is a beautifully restored former bank from 1889, and offers guests a winning combination of stylish design with exceptional levels of comfort and service.
Fantastic location in the heart of Berlin
Italian themed and inspired restaurant, with a renaissance theme
Spa and wellness area with a variety of treatments and massages
Family friendly with plenty of connecting rooms available
The Hotel de Rome, in the heart of Berlin, offers not only a great location but style and comfort too. The high ceilings and open spaces of this classical building meld with modern touches and contemporary interiors to give the hotel a an air of openness and sophistication.
The rooms and suites at the Hotel de Rome can accommodate a king size bed or 2 singles, according to your preference. Many have a small balcony or terrace, overlooking the hotel courtyard or the Bebelplatz.
The hotel restaurant is one of the most popular in Berlin and has an Italian themed menu. The sophisticated surroundings offer an intimate feel to your meal which will consist of delicacies such as Insalata Caprese, Lobster Linguine and braised Veal. Breakfast is also served in the hotel restaurant and a variety of options are on offer, including your choice of omelette, pancakes with a selection of toppings, French toast, Belgian waffles and Eggs Benedict.
The Spa de Rome is built into the vaults that were in operation when the building served as a bank. The rooms that once contained jewels and gold have had a significant overhaul and now contains a 20 metre swimming pool, steam room, sauna and gym. The spa also offers a range of massages and treatments for both the body and the face.
When to visit
The Hotel de Rome is situated in the heart of Berlin on the Behrenstrasse.
British Airways offer a direct flight from London to Berlin, the flight time is 1 hour and 40 minutes. The hotel is 8km from the airport.
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