Try the Berlin specialty "Currywurst", reinterpreted with truffle at the Michelin-starred Quadriga restaurant.
In a city re-invented time and again, the Brandenburger Hof Berlin's old structure on a quite stroll is a novelty for many visitors. Striped awnings hang out over the bold masonry work, welcoming guests into the pillared lobby. Above, a crystal chandelier rains down sparkling glass from the ornate ceiling.
58 rooms are kitted out with Bauhaus furnishings, green carpets or oak flooring, and somewhat of a Japanese subtlety in their arrangement. Request the EXQUISIT program, and you won't have to lift a finger. Just wake up, and head down for your already-set breakfast. Upon returning to you room, your clothes will be pressed, and a limo waiting.
The THALEIA spa is a perfect spot to experience a deep tissue massage. Need to refresh? Take a three-minute jaunt to the nearby Tiergarten pool for a few bracing laps before dinnertime.
The restaurant here goes by the name of DIE QUADRIGA, and serves the finest of local cuisine on crisp, white tablecloths. In either the restaurant or adjoining lounge, German wines are on display - over 850 of them, to be exact.