Hotel de Rome is an elegant base from which to explore Berlin. This former bank has transformed into a luxury space fit for those drawn to discover the cultural curiosities of the city.

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Hotel de Rome has spacious and stylish rooms and suites, all designed with the utmost comfort in mind. Bathrooms are spacious with mosaic details. Nailheads add visual interest to curved headboards. Most of the Classic Rooms look out to St. Hedwig’s Cathedral or the inner courtyard.

Take in the views of the Bebelplatz public square from your private, furnished patio in the Terrace Suite. Historical flourishes abound in the Humboldt Suite, like the oak-covered ceiling dating back to 1889, when the property was still a bank. Open the leather-clad doors to enter your bedroom. The large bathroom is decked out floor-to-ceiling with marble and includes a walk-in shower, a freestanding bathtub, and warming under-floor heating.

A former bank conference room is now the Historic Banker Suite, replete with oak paneling. Old phone booths have been re-purposed into a wardrobe and bathroom. Discover the hidden door behind the bookcase to find a secret secluded space for reading and writing. Go back to the turn-of-the-century in the Royal Rebel Suite, designed to replicate a Berlin apartment. Contemporary and antique furniture sit side by side, and a private library with thousands of books is the place to kick back and read.

Berlin is a culinary delight, and the hotel’s dining options reflect the city’s eclectic diversity. Sample the Italian menu at La Banca, a stylish space where you can pair delicious spaghetti al pomodoro with an extensive selection of German, French, and Italian wines.

The rooftop terrace at Hotel de Rome is an impressive space to soak in the sun of summer. In the cooler months, torches and lanterns keep the space cozy, while a cup of coffee or home-made mulled wine keeps you warm. The chef prepares hearty green cabbage with sausages and Christmas biscuits to bring on the holiday cheer.

The swanky bar infuses herbs, spices, dried fruits, and vegetables into its unique drinks. The afternoon tea in the former lobby of the bank, surrounded by marble columns and gilt-edged skylights, is a British import that feels right at home in Germany.
Outside its elegant walls, there is so much to explore in Berlin. Learn about the country’s past at the German Historical Museum or see a show at the Berlin State Opera.
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