Behrenstrasse 37 10117 Berlin − Germany
Member of Leading Hotels of the World
Hotel De Rome is one of the most prestigious hotels in Berlin. Once the headquarters of the Dresdner bank, there’s a fascinating history to discover within its walls. Take a dip in the swimming pool, located in the former jewel vault; visit the grand ballroom in what was once the old cashier’s hall; and fall asleep in an oak-panelled suite in the old bank director offices. The exceptional Berlin hotel offers outstanding hospitality, sublime cuisine and first-rate facilities. Located on Bebelplatz, in the heart of the city, Hotel de Rome is also within easy reach of Berlin’s key attractions.
Our five meeting rooms are perfect for both corporate and social events in central Berlin. Naturally lit and equipped with the latest technology, they can accommodate up to 90 guests for your Berlin conference or event. A separate entrance provides private access. For larger events, our grand ballroom holds up to 250 guests. This former cashier’s hall has high ceilings, a glass roof and an original mosaic floor. For open-air events, our Rooftop Terrace can host up to 160 guests.
Follow in the footsteps of Marlene Dietrich with a tour of the city’s 1920s cabarets and cinemas. Take a trip below ground to Berlin’s wartime bunkers. Drive through the east of the city in a stretch Trabant and learn about life in the Communist GDR. Spend a day at internationally-renowned Museum Island seeing some of the world’s best antiques and artworks. Explore the trendy sculpture neighbourhoods and try painting your own KMP porcelain. Further afield, experience the majesty of Sanssouci and the other Prussian palaces at Potsdam.
Most of our Classic Rooms have high ceilings and look out onto St Hedwig's Cathedral, Französische Strasse or our inner courtyard. The combined bedroom and living space has a king-sized bed or two single beds, as well as a large working desk.
Overlooking St Hedwig’s Cathedral, Französische Strasse or our peaceful courtyard, these rooms have a combined bedroom and living area with a king-sized bed or two single beds. There is also a working desk and some rooms have a walk-in wardrobe.
These spacious rooms provide fantastic views of Berlin. A few of them also have balconies and terraces. The combined bedroom and living area has either a king-sized bed or two single beds. Some also have a walk-in wardrobe.
Our Junior Suites have a spacious seating area and views of either St Hedwig’s Cathedral or Französische Strasse. Some have a small balcony or terrace overlooking our courtyard or Bebelplatz. Awake refreshed in either a king-sized bed or one of two single beds. Selected suites have a dressing area and walk-in wardrobe.
Our Classic Suites have views of St Hedwig's Cathedral, the Französische Strasse or historic Bebelplatz. Most have a separate sitting room and some Classic Suites also have a balcony.
The open-plan Terrace Suite on the top floor of Hotel de Rome has a large, furnished terrace from which to admire views of Bebelplatz and the city beyond.
Our three well-appointed Executive Suites are on the top floor of the hotel. Each has a small terrace or balcony overlooking Französische Strasse or St Hedwig’s Cathedral. Some of these one-bedroom suites also have a dressing room or a guest powder room.
This light-filled suite was once the office of bank manager Eugen Gutmann. It is one of four historical suites at Hotel de Rome, with high ceilings and distinctive features. Parquet floors. Leather-clad doors. Oak and mahogany panelling. Look closely and you’ll even see shrapnel damage from World War.
One of our historical suites, the Behren Suite has five metre-high ceilings and magnificent views of Bebelplatz. Historical touches include leather-clad doors, parquet flooring and walls covered with the original mahogany veneer. There’s also a dining table in the sitting room.
Housed in a former bank, Hotel de Rome is a unique venue for meetings and events in Berlin. Each of our impressive, modern meeting rooms is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. Spacious and filled with natural light, they are ideal for Berlin meetings, conferences and private celebrations. Enjoy exclusive open-air receptions on the Rooftop Terrace and entertain guests in the ballroom, a former banking hall with 10-metre high ceilings, a glass roof and original mosaic floor. Whatever the occasion, the Forte Family’s distinguished service will ensure you and your guests return time and time again.
At La Banca Restaurant & Bar, authentic food is served all day in contemporary and relaxed surroundings. Local galleries exhibit on the walls, the best spaghetti al pomodoro in all of Berlin can be eaten in the beautiful La Banca Garden and aperitivo is served to the sounds of the resident DJ.
For every Signature Drink we’ve created an infusion based on herbs, spices, dried fruits or vegetables, paired with partly common ingredients or completely uncommon ones.
Join the Journey of influences, sightings and ideas from around the globe in one of the world’s most pulsing cities.
Hotel de Rome's stunning rooftop terrace offers a fantastic and impressive view across the rooftops of Berlin's historic city centre. The State Opera House on Unter den Linden, St. Hedwigs Cathedral, Berlin Cathedral, the Television Tower and other city landmarks appear to be in touching distance.
Once the lobby area of the Dresdner Bank, traditional English Afternoon Tea is served from October till March beneath the marble columns and gilt-edged skylights. Choose from over 30 loose leaf teas and a selection of mouthwatering treats. Finger sandwiches. Scones with cream. Apple crumble. The Opera Court may also be booked for private dinners of up to 60 guests.
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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.