Top 10 Hotels in Germany You Can’t-Miss

What’s there to do in Germany when you get the chance to visit this gorgeous country? Germany has some of the most beautiful countryside and cities, so whether you want to spend your time wandering the paths, exploring castles, or relaxing in hot springs, there’s something here for everyone! Here are our top 10 hotels in Germany that will give you a taste of what it’s like to travel through this incredible country.

  1. The Adlon Kempinski Berlin

The Adlon Kempinski Berlin has been on my bucket list for a long time. This stunning property overlooking Potsdamer Platz was once home to The Grand Hotel Esplanade Berlin, which became infamous as Hitler’s secret address during World War II. With its world-class service and rich history, staying at The Adlon Kempinski Berlin is an experience you won’t soon forget. I can’t wait to spend a few nights there next spring!

  1. Maximilian Hotel Munich

Top-Notch Hotel With Fantastic Location. At number two on our list of Top 10 hotels in Germany, we have Munich’s Maximilian Hotel. Located near Marienplatz, Maximilian has a great location, with some of Munich’s top attractions within easy walking distance. The hotel is modern and features comfortable rooms and an excellent location right next to transportation hubs that can get you almost anywhere quickly. The Biergarten is great for unwinding after a long day, while breakfast is served every morning. A must-stay if you’re planning a visit to Munich.

  1. Hotel Eden Roc Baden-Baden

5 Stars in Baden-Baden, Baden-Württemberg, Germany This hotel has also received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. At #3 is Hotel Eden Roc Baden-Baden. Nestled in a beautiful mountain setting and surrounded by a Japanese garden with fresh waterfalls, it’s not hard to see why people love staying here. With 4 restaurants and 4 bars on-site (including an Old World-style restaurant, grill room, and summer terrace), you’ll be able to enjoy some truly delicious cuisine while relaxing on your holiday. It’s also worth noting that Hotel Eden Roc Baden-Baden has garnered more than just praise—it was also built within an 18th-century Baroque palace. Expect old-world charm at its finest!

  1. Waldorf Astoria Frankfurt Rhein-Main

Located near Frankfurt’s bustling financial district, Waldorf Astoria Frankfurt offers an elegant retreat from business. Conveniently located within walking distance of major corporate offices, and featuring an on-site fitness center and spa for working off stress, it’s easy to see why so many business travelers choose to stay here when conducting business in Frankfurt. The hotel is also within a short distance of a variety of restaurants and pubs; if you need to unwind after a long day at work, you won’t have far to go!

  1. Wiesler Munich

Located in Maxvorstadt, Wiesler Munich is a luxurious four-star hotel. Guests are close to Marienplatz, Theatinerkirche and Isartor. Travelers can enjoy a continental breakfast at Wiesler Munich daily (surcharge). All rooms feature free WiFi and minibars. In-room massage services are available (surcharge). Art déco decor, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and air conditioning are standard amenities. Accessible rooms have roll-in showers or tubs.

  1. Corinthia Excelsior Munich

This deluxe five-star hotel is located in one of Munich’s most charming neighborhoods and features a Mediterranean-style ambiance. Complete with marble columns, Corinthia Excelsior offers luxurious rooms that include flat-screen TVs and DVD players. Guests can enjoy daily buffet breakfasts and cocktails at Barista, which overlooks Herrnbrau Gardens. The hotel also has an indoor pool and sauna as well as business facilities.

  1. Das Park Hyatt Hamburg, Kronprinzenviertel

This hotel is located on top of a sleek shopping mall and offers easy access to several of Hamburg’s landmarks. The modern room comes equipped with beautiful views, a rain shower, and high-speed Internet. Additionally, you can expect all of your basic amenities at Das Park Hyatt Hamburg, including a 24-hour front desk and bar/lounge. The hotel offers many dining options, including Apfelstüberl am Gänsemarkt, an authentic German restaurant for those looking to try local specialties such as currywurst or kartoffelpuffer. Expect to pay around $220 per night for your stay at Das Park Hyatt Hamburg.

  1. Grandhotel Zugspitze Neuschwanstein Castle, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Located close to Munich, and easily accessible by car or train, Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a spa town with a lot of character. While it may not have an abundance of things to do and see, it makes up for that with its tranquil mountain setting and beautiful architecture. Grandhotel Zugspitze is just one of many hotels to choose from here; with excellent views over Germany’s highest mountain peak (the Zugspitze), it’s a lovely location for enjoying Bavarian culture while relaxing away from your troubles. One thing you can’t miss here is Neuschwanstein Castle – don’t worry, it’s a short drive from town! #7.

  1. Schlosshotel Ellingen Ludwig II Castle, Füssen

King Ludwig II of Bavaria is known as one of Europe’s most eccentric and extravagant kings. His affinity for castles led him to build several fairytale-like castles, including Schloss Ellingen. But what makes Schlosshotel Ellingen even more extraordinary is that it still sits on top of a mountain overlooking Lake Füssen and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The castle itself offers magnificent views from its scenic lakeside gardens, making it perfect for romantic getaways. A visit to one of Europe’s most extravagant castles doesn’t come cheap, though: Rooms start at $467 per night.

  1. Villa Kennedy Kempinski Berlin

Located close to Berlin’s Tegel Airport, Villa Kennedy Kempinski Berlin is a family-run business. With over 40 years of experience and hosting royalty from around the world, Villa Kennedy Kempinski Berlin has been a go-to spot for travelers looking for service with a smile. If you’re into nature, it’s worth taking a stroll through their 15-acre garden designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser (also known as Frei Otto). The hotel also offers an indoor pool and spa area so that you can take advantage of some relaxation time without ever leaving home. Also worth mentioning: There are 22 shops and restaurants within walking distance if you feel like exploring while on vacation.

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