Ever wondered what Berlin looked like in the 1920s? This glamorous era, the golden age of German cinema, has been recreated inside the recently refurbished Ritz-Carlton Berlin.
Following a €40 million renovation across all spaces, the property evokes all the style of the early 20th century, with details such as an ironwork staircase and a crystal chandelier.
Inside the rooms, geometric patterns symbolise the famed Potsdamer Platz, a public square in the centre of the city, and honour bars reflect the classic wardrobe boxes of silver screen idols.
Guests can glam up and descend to the marble-floored lounge, where afternoon tea is served by tea sommeliers and a pianist adds to the ambience. This is a place to indulge – at the new POTS restaurant, guests can enjoy German classics with a modern twist, served alongside hearty German beer while the
Curtain Club bar is styled of a South American hacienda, with live gigs and Latin America flavours infused in the cocktails. For something quirkier, at the Fragrances Bar, drinks are inspired by a top-quality gourmet perfume.
Event profs will be pleased with the Beletage conference suite, which is complemented by seven additional event rooms, while the hotel’s newly modernised wellness space offers two saunas, a cosmetic treatment menu and fitness equipment plus a pool, Jacuzzi and gym with brand-new equipment.