5 Star Hotel Adlon Kempinski, BerlinProbably Berlin’s top hotel as far as luxury is concerned, the Adlon Berlin, situated at Unter den Linden the Champs Élysée of Berlin, has an impressive heritage. Before its destruction in World War II and subsequent restoration, it was considered one of the best hotels in the world. Today’s incarnation is every bit as grand, with all the marble staircases, spa facilities, and presidential suites that even the most demanding of patrons could possibly need.
5 Star Kurhotel Bad Bertrich, Moselle ValleyPeacefully located in the centre of the spa resort of Bad Bertrich, this magnificent 5-star hotel boasts gourmet cuisine, excellent health facilities and its own 32ºC sodium sulphate bath. The Kurhotel Fürstenhof provides stylish architecture, elegant interiors and a beautiful garden. The Fürstenhof is an ideal base for exploring the beautiful forested countryside of the Eifel region, the Mosel Valley and for taking day trips to the nearby cities of Koblenz and Trier.
5 Star Sofitel Bayerpost, MunichThere’s a 600 square meter Wellness area with heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam bath and fitness. The foyer area (main lobby) has a ceiling height of 27 m with a glass roof. Design meets comfort, and French savoir vivre blends with Bavarian joie de vivre in all rooms and the famous banquet hall. The unique Spa Lagune and the exciting options in our restaurant, bistro and bar promise to tempt you.
5 Star Hotel Park Hyatt, HamburgThis elegant hotel, one of the best in northern Germany. It sits within the historic walls of the Levantehaus, a shopping center on Mönckebergstrasse, so you will sleep in the heart of a museum and shopping heaven. Although part of a chain, this Park Hyatt Hamburg Hotel has a unique feeling, because of its use of authentic items from Hamburg’s maritime past as decoration throughout public spaces. Guest rooms have comfortable stylish furnishings.
5 Star Hotel Suitess an der Frauenkirche, DresdenThe Hotel Suitess in the heart of Dresden has been voted among Germany’s best hotels by guides such as Feinschmecker or the Michelin Guide. The hotel features impeccable service, a spa overlooking Dresden’s Old Town, and luxurious rooms decorated in Biedermeier style with French and Belgian furniture, silk wallpaper, dark woods, and marble. You can enjoy the cuisine of Michelin-starred chef André Muelfriedel in the hotel’s gourmet restaurant.
5 Star Hotel Brenner’s Park, Baden-BadenWith Baden-Baden, being the cultural capital of the region and with Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa`s wonderful scenic location on the northern foothills of the Black Forest, you certainly will find plenty of things to do! The combination of exceptional levels of luxury and comfort of the Brenners Park-Hotel are reflected through the individual décors and furnishing, enhanced by elegant antiques and Carrara marble bathrooms.