The Hotel Adlon owes its name to its original owner, Lorenz Adlon, who invested 20 million gold marks and two years into the creation of the hotel, which first opened on 23 October, 1907. After burning down in WWII and literally being re-born from the ashes, admittedly with some decades delay, the new Adlon has quickly reclaimed its reputation as Berlin’s most illustrious hotel since its re-opening in 1997. Today, the hotel is once again the gathering place of heads of state, royals, politicians, stars and starlets, intellectuals, artists, designers, entrepreneurs, charming roughs and quirky characters, which ensures that there will never be a dull moment once one enters the magnificent world that is the Adlon.
Rebuilt from the original designs of the previous Hotel Adlon, the classic building reflects the grandeur of the ‘Unter den Linden’ boulevard perfectly, where it proudly stands right next to one of Germany’s most historic landmarks – the Brandenburg Gate. 304 spacious rooms and 78 lavish suites, three restaurants (one of which was awarded two Michelin stars), two bars, 15 meeting and event rooms plus the grand ballroom and the Adlon Palais, a fitness centre with an indoor pool and an exquisite Adlon Spa by Resense are just some of the facilities of this grand hotel.
The hotel’s location is the most prestigious in the German capital; any major outdoor event in the city will have its start or finish at the Brandenburg Gate and therefore will be at the hotel’s doorstep. It’s in the middle of the governmental and Embassy district as well. Berlin’s most significant sights and monuments are only a stroll away. A comprehensive cultural repertoire, such as the Museum Island and exclusive shopping opportunities, is easily accessible via public transport which is within walking distance.
Dining at the Adlon
Since its opening in 1907, fine dining has always been a key element in the Adlon’s tradition of gracious hospitality. Even Lorenz Adlon, the legendary hotel’s founder, sang the praises of ‘the comforts and pleasures of indulgence’. The Hotel Adlon offers an astonishing choice of high-class culinary venues:Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer, which has earned a highly covetedtwo Michelin stars. Additionally, Chef Hendrik Otto has been awarded as “Berlin’s Master-Chef 2012” and “Cook of the year 2013”. You can also dine atRestaurant Quarré.Located in the very heart of Berlin the Quarrè restaurant offers a menu with local and national specialties as well as international classics. Finally there is Thai restaurant, ‘Sra Bua by Tim Raue’.Raue’s culinary ideas are implemented by his long-standing colleague, Daniel Lengsfeld, who is head chef at the Sra Bua. When designing the menu, both top chefs were inspired by Asia’s culinary diversity and combined this with traditional components of European haute cuisine. The result is a modern Pan-Asian cuisine executed with seasonal produce
Most people do know the Hotel Adlon. Less people know that the spa is also one of the best spas in Germany.focus.de, on the issue “Wellness oasis worldwide”
As soon as they enter, guests are enveloped in the elegant atmosphere of the Adlon Spa by Resense, designed by interior designer Anne Maria Jagdfeld, as though it were a soft cashmere blanket. The welcoming area, with its fireplace and illuminated walls made of Alabaster, sets the tone of the spacious but cosy and relaxing spa with its elegant mix of minimalism andwaiting to be artistically arranged into sensational bouquets, lavish arrangements, and elegant table decorations for which the Adlon is so well known.
Unter den Linden 77
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