Behrenstrasse 37 10117 Berlin − Germany
+49 30 460 60 90
Fax: +49 30 460 60 92000
Hotel de Rome is located on Bebelplatz, off Unter den Linden. It is a conversion of an existing building constructed in 1889 by architect Ludwig Heim (appointed master builder of the government), which housed the head office of Dresdner Bank until 1945. This is one of the few luxury hotels in Berlin located in an original building making use of its full architectural splendor and thereby offering guests an authentic Berlin experience. Hotel de Rome in Berlin has 146 large bedrooms including 72 classic rooms, 29 deluxe rooms, 32 junior suites, 9 executive suites, 3 deluxe suites and 1 105m2 presidential suite. Most of the rooms have high ceilings and classical proportions. The presidential suite at Hotel de Rome has a full-length terrace which overlooks Bebelplatz. Most bathrooms have separate walk-in showers and mosaic marble detailing above double ended baths. The restaurant seats 120 and looks onto a large external terrace which will be used for al fresco dining during the summer months. The bar has a contemporary feel. It features a long bar overlooking Bebelplatz and a colonnaded area with an original mosaic floor. The Opera Court is a grand room with its original glazed ceiling.
The impressive ballroom has a double-height ceiling with a glazed roof and accommodates receptions for up to 250 people. Hotel de Rome in Berlin has five meeting rooms and can accommodate up to 160 people. All have natural light, are equipped with the latest technology, and can be accessed via a separate entrance. The Spa has a plunge pool, steam, sauna and relaxation area, and a fully-equipped gym. The original vault of the bank has become a 20 metre swimming pool. A range of therapies and health and beauty treatments are provided in the six treatment rooms.
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MEETINGS & EVENTS
The hotel has five private salons, which can accommodate groups of 14 to 90 people; two of these interconnect. Each has natural daylight and is equipped with the latest technology. All of the conference salons have a 4m-high ceiling and stucco-work. All are located at ground level and are connected with wireless-LAN.
The colonnaded Palm Court ballroom is stunning with its double height and glazed roof and will accommodate receptions for up to 220 people.
As you would expect from a hotel of this calibers, secure underground parking is of ample space.
CHILDREN AT HOTEL DE ROME
In order to provide a memorable experience, we go out of our way to make our youngest guests feel welcome, and our resourceful Concierge is always close at hand - to make reservations for a family dinner, offer suggestions for family outings or help arrange a babysitter.
At check-in children will be asked if they would like to receive a 'newspaper' in the morning. The choices are Mickey Mouse or Geolino comic books.
The Hotel de Rome is located in Bebelplatz, off Unter den Linden, not far from the Brandenburg Gate and opposite the Humboldt University in the Mitte district at the heart of Berlin. Bebelplatz is one of Berlin's most impressive squares with its imposing classical buildings; to the right of the hotel is the Opera House and, to the left, the former royal library, now the university law school.
Mitte is one of Berlin's oldest districts housing many of Berlin's main sights including the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and Alexanderplatz. The historical and lively district of Mitte also contains Museum Island, with a selection of interesting museums including the famous Pergamon Museum, the National Gallery and the Museum of Antiquities. Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) is also on Museum Island.
Unter den Linden crosses the historic centre of Berlin which over time accumulated several prestigious buildings in the 18th century. The baroque Zeughaus which houses the German History Museum and the opulent Prussian Opera House are a lasting legacy of this period as is Bebelplatz Square, the domed St Hedwigs Cathedral, the Academy Library and the Palace of Prince Heinrich.
Potsdamer Platz is one of Berlin's newest areas, rebuilt by the renowned architect Renzo Piano to recapture its former energy and vitality. It is now a magnificent complex that houses futuristic buildings and a pedestrianised forum with upmarket shops, an Imax cinema, smart cafes and restaurants, the Sony Centre and a casino.
The Hotel de Rome's superb location puts you at the heart of all these Berlin attractions.
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From the south, west and north: Take highway A111 towards Berlin Zentrum. It changes soon afterwards to A110. Come off at exit 6 (Spandauer Damm) and turn left. Go past the Charlottenburger Schloss and turn right into the Otto-Suhr-Allee. Continue all the way to the Ernst-Reuter-Platz roundabout and take the third exit into Strasse des 17 Juni.At the next roundabout, Siegessäule or Großer Stern, take the second exit up to the Brandenburg Gate. Just before the Brandenburg Gate turn right into Ebertsrtrasse and then first left into Behrenstrasse. Continue until you intercept Bebelplatz. You will see the hotel on your right.