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The 11 Best Boutique Hotels in Berlin, Germany [2023]

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Berlin is the cosmopolitan capital of Germany, known for its rich history and its vibrant art scene. This sought-after destination has huge appeal to all types of travelers, from those seeking to immerse themselves in culture to those seeking the trendiest bars.

With such a wealth of attractions, it comes as no surprise that Berlin has a wide selection of boutique hotels on offer.

The Best Boutique Hotels in Berlin

The Circus Hotel

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Price: From $136 per night

The eco-friendly Circus Hotel can be found in central Berlin, next to the U-Bahn station in Rosenthal Platz. Visitors staying at The Circus Hotel can easily access Hackescher Markt and the Berlin Wall.

The Circus Hotel has a 24-hour front desk ready to assist with every need and also offers access to free luggage storage, a meeting room ready to host business events, and on-site parking for an additional charge per night.

Yoga sessions and a dry cleaning service are offered, and a trendy bar opens every evening. The rooftop terrace has amazing views and an honesty bar. A gourmet breakfast buffet is served every morning.

Rooms at The Circus Hotel include complimentary Wi-Fi, a smart TV with streaming options, a sustainable air conditioning system, and a hairdryer in the spacious bathroom.

Garden Living

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Price: From $186 per night

Conveniently located in Berlin’s historic Mitte area, Garden Living is an intimate boutique destination found right across from the Natural History Museum. Garden Living offers residential-style accommodation full of luxurious amenities, only steps away from some of the best restaurants and shops in the city. The building dates back to 1865, and many original details have been preserved and are now enhanced by the modern comforts on offer.

Office service is provided until the afternoon when the staff can help with photocopies and emails. The front desk is available to cater to every request, while the Mediterranean-style terrace is perfect for enjoying breakfast in the summer. Complimentary Wi-Fi and hot drinks, and a selection of newspapers are also provided.

Each room has wooden soundproof windows, unique furniture inspired by the Indian colonial style, and a cozy bathroom with a walk-in shower or freestanding bathtub.

Hotel Rotdorn

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Price: From $97 per night

The family-run Hotel Rotdorn can be found in West Berlin, in the upscale Charlottenburg area. The elegant building housing this luxurious boutique option dates back to the 1920s and continues to preserve some original details, enhanced with modern sophistication.

The hotel is close to Zoo Berlin, Grunewald, and CityCube Berlin. Following a sustainable approach to hospitality, the Hotel Rotdorn treats guests to a peaceful oasis in the heart of Berlin.

Guests can enjoy the delightful garden and the cozy spaces in the hotel. Accommodation options at the Hotel Rotdorn include stylish rooms with premium options, serviced apartments, and private bungalows.

Each option features complimentary Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, and access to the fully-equipped guest kitchen. Some of the rooms include a fridge and a kitchenette with a microwave and coffee maker.


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Price: From $145 per night

The stylish Linnen can be found in the Prenzlauer Berg area of Berlin, on Eberswalder-Str, close to the U-Bahn station and a short walk away from the Berlin Wall. This boutique destination offers inn-style accommodation.

Guests at Linnen can join the locals in enjoying the on-site bar and the café. Breakfast is served to overnight guests in the cozy breakfast room, focusing on an ever-changing selection of delicacies to start the day off right.

Most of the rooms are south-facing, with some including a balcony to better enjoy the vibrant atmosphere around the hotel. In some of the rooms, guests can enjoy a walk-in shower, while in others, they will find a freestanding bathtub. Every room includes a comfortable queen or double bed, as well as an individual design with luxurious accents.

Lux 11

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Price: From $185 per night

Lux 11 can be found in the trendy Mitte area of Berlin, where it has been a landmark location since 1895. After an extensive refurbishment process, Lux 11 reopened in 2019 as a residential-style hotel full of luxurious boutique amenities.

The Berlin TV Tower overlooks some of the rooms at the Lux 11, and the hotel offers an authentic opulent Berlin lodging experience. The convenient check-in process is fully contactless. Cashless payment options and complimentary Wi-Fi are available for guests to enjoy. Guests staying at Lux 11 can enjoy trendy fine dining at Hin&Wck or a strenuous workout session at the state-of-the-art Evo fitness studio.

This boutique hotel’s luxurious serviced apartments and suites include a fully equipped kitchenette, a sophisticated bathroom, premium toiletries, and cozy bathrobes.

The Mandala Suites

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Price: From $182 per night

The Mandala Suites can be found in Berlin-Mitte, offering an opulent residential-style boutique destination for the discerning traveler. Created with discretion in mind, this hotel treats guests to an intimate atmosphere full of luxury in every detail.

Guests at The Mandala Suites are treated to breakfast with a magnificent view every day, allowing them to observe the impressive Berlin skyline and Potsdamer Platz. Gourmet options are on the menu each morning to get the day started on the right foot.

Guests will find a state-of-the-art wellness area on the top floor with large windows and top-quality equipment. Once the workout is done, hot or cold drinks can be enjoyed in the bar area.

Some of the suites at The Mandala Suites have garden views and private balconies. All of them have air conditioning and a pantry-style fully-equipped kitchenette.

Myer’s Hotel

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Price: From $186 per night

The sophisticated Myer’s Hotel can be found in Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg in a stone townhouse first built in 1877. Inspired by this historic location, the boutique hotel is full of neoclassical details. Guests staying at the Myer’s Hotel are within walking distance of Alexanderplatz and Kollwitzplatz, along with many shops and restaurants only steps away.

The hotel includes a conservatory where guests can lounge, as well as ample event space where art exhibits are usually hosted. On the basement level, guests will find vaulted ceilings, a spa, a steam sauna, and a cabin with infrared light treatments.

Each room at the Myer’s Hotel has a unique design decorated with one-of-a-kind furniture (usually replicas echoing historical pieces). In every room, guests can enjoy boutique amenities like air conditioning with individual controls, blackout curtains, a rain shower, and a magnifying make-up mirror.


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Price: From $176 per night

Orania can be found in the trendy Kreuzberg area of Berlin in a building dating back to 1913. The hotel is only steps away from excellent eateries and shops and only a few minutes away from the nearest U-Bahn station.

This authentic boutique experience includes an on-site restaurant, a digital boardroom, a salon perfect for events, and a fun-filled bar and lounge where guests can enjoy amazing live concerts.

Orania’s salon also includes a library, an open fireplace, and a Steinway piano for the musically inclined. The stylish rooms at Orania are inspired by Italian design and Oriental details, with a focus on warmth and natural materials.

Each room includes soundproofing, Iranian rugs, Italian light fixtures, a flat-screen Samsung TV, a Nespresso coffee maker, and complimentary Wi-Fi in every area.

Provocateur Hotel

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Price: From $109 per night

The Parisian-inspired Provocateur Hotel brings a taste of the glamorous 1920s to Berlin. Located close to the upscale Kurfürstendamm and its many shopping opportunities, this stunning boutique experience offers a seductive perspective of the city.

The romantic atmosphere at the Provocateur Hotel can be enjoyed in every detail, from the French-Chinese fine dining restaurant to the sultry bar offering bespoke cocktails, live music, and plenty of dancing. The hotel also grants guests discounted access to a nearby fitness studio.

Accommodation options at the Provocateur include sizes from Petite to the sprawling Maison suite. Each room features a coffee machine, a smart TV, air conditioning, complimentary Wi-Fi, a rainforest shower, and a sound system. The suites add a king-size bed, a separate living area, a skylight with excellent views, and a fully-stocked bar.

Schlosshotel Berlin

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Price: From $346 per night

The exclusive Schlosshotel Berlin is a luxurious boutique hotel experience created by Patrick Hellmann. Originally built in 1911, the building was created in the 18th-century style, followed by classic French palaces.

Recreated as a private luxury boutique retreat, Schlosshotel Berlin caters to the discerning traveler looking to sample opulence during a stay in Berlin. The hotel has an impressive garden, along with a luxury fine dining restaurant inspired by the Italian Renaissance.

The Champagne Lounge treats guests to some of the finest champagnes in the world, while the PHC Bar offers handcrafted cocktails made by expert mixologists. Alfresco dining and drinking can be enjoyed on the terrace.

The refined rooms and suites at Schlosshotel Berlin all include a flat-screen TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, a safe deposit box,  and a minibar restocked every day.

Wilmina Hotel

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Price: From $172 per night

Once a courthouse and a women’s prison dating back to the 19th century, the trendy Wilmina Hotel now operates as a boutique destination in the heart of Berlin. Despite its central location, the Wilmina Hotel allows guests to fully disconnect from the bustle of the city.

This eye-catching location treats guests to luxurious comforts, making great use of the inner courtyards and manicured gardens across the property. The on-site restaurant serves top-quality contemporary German cuisine with a twist on fresh local produce. The hotel also offers guests access to a glamorous rooftop terrace, a library, a spa, and a gym.

Accommodation options include cozy, classic, and penthouse choices (some with a garden view). Each of the elegant rooms at the Wilmina Hotel features a safe, a flat-screen TV, a comfortable workspace, and a rain shower in the en suite bathroom.

Final Thoughts

Visitors to Berlin can spend many days discovering the treasures of the city. From impressive museums like the Egyptian Museum, Dahlem Museums, the Museum of Arts and Crafts, and the New National Gallery to the amazing night scene and street food, everyone will enjoy a stay in this lively city.

About Amar Hussain

Amar is an avid traveler and tester of products. He has spent the last 13 years traveling all 7 continents and has put the products to the test on each of them. He has contributed to publications including Forbes, the Huffington Post, and more.


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