Luxury, brilliance, and an exceptionally high level of service – that’s what five stars stand for next to the name of the hotel. In a hotel of this class, all your wishes will be fulfilled before you have time to say them out loud. To stay in the best places in Germany, you have to conjugate German verbs properly.
As a rule, German five-star hotels are rated highly positively and meet all possible world standards. The rating is based on a program that has analyzed millions of user reviews worldwide. Some institutions stand out even against the background of world criteria.
In the very center of Dresden, next to the famous Frauenkirche, you can see the beautiful Hotel Suitess building, the facade restored by its historical appearance.
The interiors of the 21 rooms and four hotel suites are decorated in a relatively modest “Biedermeier” style. Still, all the materials used in the design are carefully selected – luxury rooms, for example, can impress guests with Italian marble baths.
The hotel’s wellness area is also top-notch, with saunas, whirlpools, and relaxation areas high above the rooftops of Dresden. Chef Roger Alliger will amaze you with the creativity of his dishes at Moritz, a local restaurant that combines culinary traditions from many nations around the world. The best places of the restaurant are right on the rooftop with a beautiful view of the Frauenkirche. In addition, the hotel has a luxuriously furnished bar where you can take part in tasting various types of gin or savor an expensive cigar in one of the easy chairs.
Châteaux Bülow Palais (Dresden)
Only five years have passed since Relais & Châteaux Bülow Palais opened its doors to guests. Situated in one of Dresden’s most beautiful districts, the rooms of this hotel are decorated in a contemporary baroque style.
The owners of the institution, Monika and Horst Bülow, did not spare even works of art from their collection to decorate the hotel’s interiors. The designers used warm colors and wood textures to create a cozy atmosphere. Already luxuriously decorated hall with designer armchairs makes you feel the unique, incomparable charm of this place. As for the cuisine, here the hotel also shows the highest class.
The day begins with breakfast in the bright conservatory, snacks throughout the day at Bülow’s Bistro, and dinner at the Michelin-starred local restaurant Caroussel. Classic French cuisine from Chef Benjamin Biedlingmeyer is served on genuine Meissen porcelain. Guests can enjoy the local spa’s saunas, cigar room, and bar. Once a month, the hotel hosts a live music night with jazz and blues performances.
Steigenberger Grandhotel Handelshof (Leipzig)
This hotel is in the center of Leipzig, in a former fair building. From the windows of its rooms, furnished in a modern style, overlooking the city’s historic center, and for those looking for peace, there are rooms whose windows overlook the cozy courtyard. Guests can also choose from 14 luxury apartments located under the roof.
The hotel boasts a fantastic wellness area: it spans two floors and includes two gyms, a sauna, a steam room, and relaxation rooms. Spa lovers are offered a range of facial and body treatments – a variety of baths, masks, and massages.
The nearby Brasserie Le Grand restaurant serves gourmet French and Mediterranean cuisine, while the local vinotheque offers a choice of 170 red and white wines. Also, there are tea and smoking rooms in the hotel, where guests can comfortably spend their evenings.
Adlon Kempinski (Berlin)
The Hotel Adlon Kempinski offers a unique view of the Brandenburg Gate, but this is far from the only advantage of this luxurious establishment. Among its rooms, divided into 13 categories, there are rooms for every, even the most sophisticated taste.
The hotel building has as many as 3 bars and four restaurants, marked with two Michelin stars. Guests can choose between Thai, Japanese and European cuisine, each presented at its best. In addition, the FELIX club, one of the centers of Berlin’s nightlife, is located at the same address.
After an active holiday in the club, guests can relax in the hotel’s spa area, equipped with a heated pool, or walk through the boutiques that are found at every step in this area of the capital.
Breidenbacher Hof, a Capella Hotel (Düsseldorf)
This hotel has been the epitome of luxury and splendor for over 200 years. Since the Breidenbacher Hof, a Capella Hotel, was opened in 1812, it has been repeatedly renovated, but many of the old elements still delight the eyes of the guests. Innovations, however, did not pass by – an iPad is issued to each hotel guest.
The hotel rooms are distinguished by the exceptional comfort and unique interiors: solid wood furniture, marble sinks in the bathrooms, bed linen from the best companies.
Your every desire, whether it is a ticket to a concert or a plane ticket within the next hour, will be taken care of by a personal assistant assigned by the hotel, who is ready to fulfill any guest’s requirements around the clock.
The hotel has a beautiful wellness area, a European cuisine restaurant “Brasserie 1806”, where chef Philippe Ferber works for visitors, and a famous living room where hotel guests can spend time in pleasant conversation with each other.
Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa (Baden-Baden)
Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa is located in the middle of a beautiful park in the center of Baden-Baden, and its comfortable rooms are furnished with antiques and great attention to detail. Guests are enchanted by the magnificent white marble bathrooms and balconies overlooking the park and the Baden-Baden villas. Guests enjoy culinary delights at the highest level, which is taken care of by chef Paul Stradner, awarded two Michelin stars in the elegant surroundings of the local restaurant.
Last but not least, the hotel’s wellness complex is worth noting. In addition to spa and fitness areas where the best specialists are ready to take care of guests’ health, it has an impressive library and a terrace where you can enjoy comfort while admiring the beauty of the park.