Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin
UNTER DEN LINDEN 77 Berlin, 10117 DE
Berlin Metro Area: Berlin City Centre
382 rooms, 6 floors
When entering the Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin, you feel an atmosphere inspired by an illustrious past and a dynamic modernity. All facilities, from the Restaurant Quarre, the Gourmet Restaurant Lorenz Adlon and the Lobby Lounge and Bar to the guest rooms and suites, meet the most exacting demands for comfort and service. Come in and experience the Hotel Adlon Kempinski, a class of its own!
The Hotel Adlon Kempinski, in the very heart of Berlin, is situated close to the Brandenburg Gate. Generosity and attention to details are the hallmarks of our 304 guestrooms and 78 suites..
The 800-square-meter ADLON DAY SPA offers a full range of treatments as well as a swimming pool and gym. Dining is available at the renowned and Michelin-starred gourmet restaurant Lorenz Adlon, Restaurant Quarre, and Lobby Lounge & Bar. The hotel also offers 13 conference rooms and two ballrooms.
(Additional fees may apply to some amenities)
- Internet Access
- Room Service
- Fitness Facility
- Dry Cleaning/Laundry
- Spa Services
- Business Center
- Meeting Rooms
- Wheelchair Accessible
With its spectacular view to the Brandenburg Gate, the chef presents a modern cuisine where fresh regional produce is enhanced with native and exotic herbs, natural spices and fine oils. An elegant Mediterranean-style restaurant where guests will be served to a wide array of sophisticated, enticing dishes. Breakfast will be also served and will be charged with EUR 39,00 per person/day until January 1st, 2013. As of January 2nd 2013, it will be charged with EUR 42,00 per person/day.
Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer
''Exciting, expressive, European-inspired cuisine'' - that's the motto of Hendrik Otto. The chef de cuisine of the Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer has made it his mission to surprise and delight the eyes and palates of the Lorenz Adlon's discerning guests. Inspired by the varied influences and finest traditions of European cuisine, Otto masterfully creates dazzling interpretations of classic haute cuisine. Tuesday to Saturday from 7pm to 10:30pm.
A modern interpretation of the Japanese cuisine in association with regional products. Dishes such as sashimi, salads, yaki, soba noodles, fresh fish and seafood combined with house-made sauces and marinades are destined for this unique tasting experience. The Uma stands for a genuine enjoyment of life and palatal pleasures. The small but of superior quality of wines, focuses mainly on German wines and was specifically tailored to complement the flavors of the cuisine.
Felix Club Restaurant
This is the international hot spot of Germany's club scene located right in the heart of Berlin. Felix stands for a unique restaurant concept, the resulting combination of eating and drinking as well as music, fun and partying creates an exclusive and authentic atmosphere, which is hard to find among international clubs. The 'FELIX experience' is not just a culinary one but also a magnificent liaison of restaurant, ambience and night club, and thus becomes a feast for all senses.
le petit Felix
Mediterranean cuisine with a southern French focus is served. A combination of the best seasonal ingredients and the culinary influences of the Cuisine Niçoise. In a casual and relaxed atmosphere, guests can experience exquisite delicacies, whether centered or separated at the "table de famille" for up to 14 people, and start the night through direct access straight into the partying crowd of the neighboured FELIX Club Restaurant afterwards.
Lobby Lounge and Bar
With a laid-back, lively ambience it invites guests to listen to the quiet splashing sounds of the elephant fountain or the soothing tinkle of the piano on the Bel Etage while idly sipping a cup of aromatic coffee or a glass of sparkling champagne. Take some time to relax and pick your choice from the array of selected coffee or tea specialties, cocktails, tasty snacks and tempting treats from the patisserie.
A smoke-free indoor climate is necessary to create pleasant and comfortable conditions in restaurants and all public areas. As of January 1, 2008 indoor-smoking has been banned in all public places in Germany and is thus no longer permitted in the public areas of the Hotel Adlon Kempinski. However, smokers are always welcome to indulge in their habit in the Smoker's Lounge.
In here the 'Japanese bartending' is celebrated at the highest level. Implemented by a bar specialist and his team, this concept follows Japanese philosophy and the Japanese way of life and is poised on the crossroads of tradition and modern trend, as ever so present in Japan. The menu is divided into two categories: Under the section 'Emergence' it offers classic recipes from over 200 years of cocktail history. The 'Teachings' section provides exclusive creations.