The Regent Berlin in the historic heart of the city started life as an elegant mansion designed by the same architect as the city’s German Cathedral. It was revived as the Regent Hotel Berlin in 2004 under the guidance of architect Josef P. Kleihues, with interiors by design legend Frank Nicholson. In the lobby, pink marble walls and floors reflect the many crystal chandeliers. Fringed ottomans, gilded mirrors, antique furniture and 19th-century paintings further contribute to the old-world opulence. The 156 rooms and 39 suites are done up in a warm mix of green, peach and golds, some have private balconies, all have lush sink-your-toes-in carpets. Large, comfortable beds with 300-thread-count linens, decent-sized work desks and Biedermeier armchairs with foot stools are matched with mod cons that include Nespresso machines and iPod docking stations. The bathrooms have walk-in showers, deep baths and L'Occitane products. The Premium suites have fireplaces and kitchenettes. 

The hotel’s Belle Epoque-styled Charlotte & Fritz is a brand new addition run by Chef de Cuisine Jörg Lawerenz. With a 19th-century salon feel, it offers a view of the square and a menu rich with regionally sourced organically certified ingredients. The Regent’s Bar is the place to gather for afternoon tea or evening cocktails. In the warmer months, dine among orange trees and lavender bushes in the Summer Lounge on the ground floor inner courtyard. With health and wellbeing always considered, spend a peaceful afternoon being spoilt by one of the skilled therapists in the spa, or working out in the gym.

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