Hotel de Rome

Berlin, Germany

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The Hotel de Rome Grounds

The Hotel de Rome luxury hotel is housed in the beautifully resorted former bank building from 1889 – one of the few not destroyed in the war. The hotel uses the building’s original magnificent architecture to offer guests the authentic Berlin experience in an intimate luxury setting with stylish design, personal service and incredible levels of luxurious comfort.

Accommodations

Offering 146 rooms and suites, Hotel de Rome offers maximum privacy. All spacious rooms and suites include large marble bathrooms, separate showers and bathtubs, heated floors, and, if located on the historic first or second floors, ceiling heights between 4 and 5 meters. Many rooms and suites offer private balconies or terraces. The four historic suites, formerly offices of the bank directors, feature 5 meter ceilings and original wood paneling, even including shrapnel traces indicating the building’s historical value.

Activities

Hotel de Rome is walking distance to all the major sights of Berlin, including Museum Island, Brandenburg Gate, Gendarmenmarkt, Reichstag, incredible shopping and top-notch dining.

On-site at the Hotel de Rome, try Spa de Rome, found in the former bank vault, with a 20-meter swimming pool, sauna, relaxation area, fully equipped gym, and incredible menu of facial and body treatments, offering products from Shiseido and The Organic Pharmacy’s 100% organic line.

Dining

Dining options at Hotel de Rome include the Restaurant Parioli with outdoor terrace in summer, Opera Court offering afternoon tea, or Bebel Bar, the rooftop terrace overlooking Bebelplatz.

Inspiring Features

1. Hotel de Rome is housed in the former Dresdner Bank, designed by architect Ludwig Helm, one of the few luxury hotels in Berlin offering guests an authentic original Berlin experience.

2. The classic grounds were given a contemporary twist from designer Tommaso Ziffer, who also designed the Hotel de Russie in Rome.

3. The Hotel de Rome swimming pool is creatively located in the former bank vault.