Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin

Aldon Kempinski
 

Hotel Adlon Kempinski, Berlin


 

The legendary Adlon Hotel has been an inspiration, fascinating guests from far and near since it was founded by Lorenz Adlon in 1907. This glamorous hotel has hosted an array of royalty and celebrities, including Michael Jackson, Albert Einstein, Greta Garbo and many others, throughout its long, distinguished and tumultuous history. In 1945 it was a burnt-out ruin but it was eventually rebuilt in 1997 and remodelled in 2007. Located by the Brandenburg Gate on Unter den Linden, it is adjacent to
the Pariser Plaz, home to the Academy of Arts, Max Liebermann’s former home and several embassies. The Potsdamer Platz, the Bundestag, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe and the Museuminsel are all just a short stroll away. As a guest you really experience the ultimate in affluence, style and sophistication. We had the pleasure of staying in a wonderful suite with breathtaking views of the Brandenburg Gate. This hotel’s service definitely sets it apart and the concierge team is always
more than willing to meet your requests. The Sra Bua by Tim Raue restaurant is not to be missed. It combines the breadth of Asian cuisine with the distinct culinary signature of top chef, Tim Raue. Raue’s culinary ideas are interpreted by his longstanding colleague and head chef, Daniel Lengsfeld. We hugely enjoyed the extensive Sra Bua Menu. From the Avocado, chard, katsobushi to the King crab, green asparagus, togarashi and a Flank steak with broccoli à la jus Cantonese, it was all impeccable. This member of leading Hotels of the World provides business and leisure travellers with unrivalled levels of comfort and service and—of course—a divine dining experience

 
—Copyright 2016 Mart Engelen
 
 

Aldon Kempinski
 

Hotel Adlon Kempinski, Berlin

 
 

Aldon Kempinski
 

Hotel Adlon Kempinski, Berlin