Hotel De Rome was once the historic headquarters of the Dresdner bank. The jewel vault is now a 20-metre indoor swimming pool. The cashier’s hall is the grand ballroom.
The hotel is located right at the heart of Berlin, on the historic Bebelplatz overlooking the fashionable Mitte district and close to Museum Island. From here al great landmarks are very near and easy to visit.
The hotel boasts 108 rooms, starting at 36m², 37 suites, VIP amenities and much more. The hotel is perfect for families and it even has an awarded kids program enabling you to have some time for yourself or your travel companion.
As Berlin is hip and happening there is a lively party scene going on for about a decade or even longer. If you are looking for great parties or lively bars just ask the front desk or our concierge service. We'll be happy to book you a table.
Berlin's gastronomic scene is more alive than ever before pushing the bar on cilunary standards to an ultimate maximum. The Hotel de Rome countered its position in the top by serving constant quality and superb taste. At La Banca, you can sample Italian dishes made using the finest local produce. All created by celebrated chef Fulvio Pierangelini and executed beautifully by chef Jörg Behrend.
|Check In: 15:00 hours|
|Check Out: 12:00 hours|
The Location is the perfect starting point to explore the city for cultural reasons but also for going out. if you are into electronic dance music Berlin's clubscene is one of a kind. The hotel will know where to send you but also aks them for good places to eat and drink. They're happy to assist you.
the Spa, once a jewel vault of the former bank and know a vault storing beauty. By accessing it you will enter a world of qualified therapists provide effective and luxurious face and body treatments, using only the finest products. The Spa offers:
6 treatment rooms
|6℃ / 43℉|
Berlin's Mitte features a worldwide known landmark called the Brandenburger Tor. This 17th century stature symbolises many revolutions and roaring times Germany has gone trough. The district is divided by the Spree river and in the middle of the river you'll find a unique island also know as the Museuminsel or Museum island.