"The city is doomed ever to expand and never to be finished" Karl Scheffler wrote in 1910 in his book "Berlin, the fate of a town". His remark is now more correct than ever. The city is brooding, struggling, boiling. Dynamic and creative, fast-paced and relaxed, urban and green, Berlin captivates primarily by its extraordinary diversity.
The juxtaposition and intermingling of styles, the contrast between historical structures and contemporary architecture, that is what makes the city attractive and perhaps one of the most vibrant, exciting and colorful European capitals. Day after day there are 1,500 cultural events taking place. The city disposes of 175 museums, three operas, eight professional symphony orchestras, about 130 theaters and ensembles.
Berlin as a lifestyle metropolis sets the trend in the domains of fashion, design, and cinematography. The wealth of cultural facilities, the intriguing contrasts and the atmosphere of a liberal-minded city fascinate visitors from all over the world. Gorgeous selection of high-end hotels offers luxury to all the sense, and combines past and future in one, as the whole city does. One looking for comfort and splendor can decide between contemporary and traditional yet luxurious and charming.
Luxury hotels: 4
A Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin
B Rocco Forte Hotel de Rome, Berlin
C The Regent Berlin
D The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin