48 Hours in Berlin

Isn't Berlin always worth a trip? The city is full of exciting things, crazy cool people and amazing buildings along the an inspiring history, which once devided this place into two parts. 



The most luxurious options in Berlin are the Hotel De Rome (rooms from € 250.00) and the Adlon Kempinski (rooms from € 220.00) (REVIEW). While I personally prefer the Rocco Forte Collection instead of Kempinski, you might probably run into more celebrities at the Adlon.

For everybody looking for a business classic, we would definitely go for the Regent Berlin (rooms from € 225.00) (REVIEW) - with an impressive marble lobby and wonderful michelin-starred dining room, this is the place for all shopping fascinates as Galeries Lafayette is just behind the house.

Should you plan to fall asleep and never want to wake up, then we can only recommend the most heavenly hotel beds in Berlin at the Grand Hyatt Berlin (rooms from € 200.00) (REVIEW).

Looking for something more affordable? Sofitel am Gendarmenmarkt (from € 150.00) is a great alternative to the Big5! 



It's definitely a question of mood where to eat in Berlin. Do you prefer the fanciest place at Tim Raue with the most sweeping prices of town (starting at € 150.00 per person)?

Or are you fine with a perfectly kept secret near Bahnhof Zoo? Then look no further and head to Glass Berlin (REVIEW). The iPad, service and way of preventing open wines will catch your breathes. 

Ready for an amazing view while enjoying cool cocktails and international food? Solar Berlin (REVIEW) is most enjoyable during sunset.

Get to Mesa Berlin for typical german dishes before you visit a musical or the casino Berlin or simply rely on an old school classic, the Dressler on the Boulevard "Unter den Linden".



Now, while all our favourite dinner tipps are already revealed we still have got plenty of places to enjoy a post-dinner cocktail.

Well it is no big secret that we still dream of the "Himbeer Bums" at Solar Berlin (REVIEW). Anyhow Mr. Beverage Executive's number one favourite place is The Curtain Club at the fancy Ritz Carlton Berlin.

If you are in for a pleasant surprise and love wines, you should not miss the cool Budapest Calling (REVIEW). To learn the best about German wines we love to drop into Not Only Riesling (REVIEW). 

Anyhow a typical hotspot for celebrities is probably La Banca. Very nice during summer when they open their rooftop terrace. Try their rasberry mojito.