The Regent is located on Charlotten Strasse, in the historic center of the city of Berlin, next to the Gendarmenmarkt Square and the 18th century cathedral. Its excellent central location means the Regent is the perfect base for exploring and shopping.
At a Glance
Elegant, established top-end hotel in an ideal location for sightseeing
Home to the famous two starred Michelin restaurant 'Fischers Fritz'
Very good health and wellness facilities
Well known for its elegant afternoon teas and welcoming lounge bar
Many rooms overlook the charming and historic Gendarmenmarkt square
The Regent is well known in the city for its afternoon teas and in 2014 the Regent Hotel's 'Tea Master' Roland started the Regent Tea Academy'. Here, in the Tea & Lobby Lounge with its open fireplace and live piano music, he can introduce you to the finer points of tea tasting and appreciation.Scott Dunn team
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The Regent Hotel Berlin is ranked among the very best of the city's five-star hotels. The hotel is in a fantastic location in the buzzing district of Mitte within a few minutes' walk from The Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate and Museum Island.
The Regent is a traditional-style hotel, with spacious and elegant rooms decorated in a classic style. Old-world grandeur is evident from the marble-clad lobby to the antique watercolors and Biedermeir furnishings which decorate the hotel's public areas.
The service at the Regent, too, is reliably 5 star: the concierges are very knowledgeable and impeccably helpful, and the twice daily housekeeping service unobtrusive but thorough.
As well as its renowned two Michelin starred restaurant, Fischers Fritz, the Regent Berlin is home to an elegant tea room, serving sandwiches and cakes through the day, and a fantastic wood-panelled cocktail lounge and bar open late into the evening.
The hotel also has a lovely spa where guests can enjoy the sauna, as well as pampering massages. There is a fitness area for thise guests who are missing their daily workout.
The hotel's rooms and suites are beautifully appointed with luxurious marble bathrooms, walk-in showers and deep tubs. Many offer beautiful views of Berlin’s historic heart. Altogether the Regent offers 156 guest rooms and 39 suites combining sumptuous, traditional style with cutting edge technology and amenities. All rooms and suites are now equipped with Nespresso coffee machines.
The hotel offers a VIK – Very Important Kids – package that includes a discount on combining a connecting room for kids when guests book a suite for parents. Children enjoy a reduced price for breakfast, and kids under six eat free. A special children’s lunch and dinner menu is available upon request, and babysitting can be arranged.
The Regent Berlin is home to the renowned two Michelin-starred Fischers Fritz restaurant. Overseen by Chef de Cuisine Christian Lohse, it's established a one of the city's finest. For real food lovers, why not book the 'Kitchen Table' overlooking the kitchen’s central ‘pass’, where you will have an unparalleled view of the action in one of Germany's top kitchens!
The Regent Bar, with its elegant British style, wooden panelling and leather armchairs, offers the perfect spot for Berlin's best afternoon tea and for expertly mixed evening cocktails.
The Regent Health Club offers state-of-the-art exercise facilities and a modern and well-appointed spa. Skilled therapists provide specialist head and body massages, and there are separate sauna facilities for men and women.
The concierge at Regent Berlin can make recommendations for a wealth of things to do and see during your stay in Berlin, as can your expert Travel Consultant!
Location & Directions
Regent Berlin is ideally located on Berlin's Gendarmenmarkt Square. Französische Straße Underground Station is only 200 yards from the Regent Berlin.
When to go
Berlin is a year-round destination. The Christmas markets are particularly fun and great for getting into the festive spirit. The city looks particularly beautiful in spring and summer, and some of the best weather for sight-seeing can be had in autumn, when days are generally mild and clear.