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The Mandala Hotel
Berlin, GermanyEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At The Mandala Hotel
A boutique hotel on Berlin's bustling Potsdamer Platz, for easy access to the Brandenburg Gate and Philharmonie concert hall.
A minimalist all-suite hotel in the Mitte area of central Berlin, the Mandala embodies the evolving artistic energy of the city. Its 157 rooms are filled with unique touches, such as original black-and-white photography by Weimar-era artist Ellen Auerbach, while the entry is accented by a gold Bisazza mosaic waterfall. Looking for more serenity? The courtyard serves as quiet respite thanks to its bamboo gardens that are a haven for songbirds. Inside, hip bartenders serve an impressive variety of whiskies and cognacs at the Qiu lounge, though foodies will want to get their fix at Facil, a Michelin-starred restaurant known for chef Michael Kempf's inventive twist on German classics—and a retractable roof for warm-weather nights.
Don't miss the 11th-floor ONO Spa, where an alfresco active reflexology course soothes tired feet.
Complimentary washers and dryers are spread throughout the hotel, offering guests one more reason to extend their stay.
Arrive at Berlin Tegel International Airport (TXL) which is approximately 10 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 20 minutes of travel time.Potsdamer Straße 3, Berlin, Berlin-Brandenburg, Germany
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Beauty Services
- Fitness Center
- Laundry Facilities
- Original Art
- Large Bathrooms
- Walk-In Closets
- Work Areas
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Non-smoking Rooms
- Bar + Lounge
- Outdoor Dining (seasonal)
- 2 person max occupancy
- Spa access
Why We Love Berlin
Plenty of Berlin's most iconic sights are within walking distance of the Mandala, including the neoclassical Brandenburg Gate, the neo-Baroque Reichstag, and modernist Philharmonie concert hall.
Outdoor Excursion: Take the U-Bahn (subway) to Charlottenburg Palace, originally built in 1699 as a small summer home for Sophie Charlotte, the wife of Friedrich III. The outlandish structure rivals Versailles, with Baroque gardens and the largest collection of 18th-century French paintings outside of France.
20-24 Spandauer Damm.
Where to Eat: It's all chocolate, all the time, at Fassbender-Rausch, equal parts restaurant and chocolate factory in Berlin's Gendarmenmarkt. Hot chocolate, tiramisu, and chocolate tartlets are favorites, but you can venture outside the norm with a inventive items, such as sole tartar with white chocolate.
Dinner for two $40.
Where to Drink: Drayton, set off an alley behind the Westin Grand, feels like a swanky Weimar-era speakeasy, and cocktails are the main event. Try the London Fog—an alcoholic spin on a classic hot drink that combines Earl Grey-infused gin, lemon juice, sugar, and egg white.
Drinks for two $25.
Why Go Now
Now through October 13, 2013
Two weeks of brew-centric festivities, plus traditional food, live music, and dancing in the streets.
Zentraler Festplatz am Kurt-Schumacher-Damm, Berlin.
October 9 through 20, 2013
Festival of Lights
Berlin's most famous historical and cultural landmarks are transformed by projections, illuminations and events.
Venues throughout Berlin.
Through December 2013
Berliner Residenz Konzerte
To celebrate the 300th anniversary of the birth of King Frederick the Great, the Berlin Palace Orchestra performs in period costume.
Great Orangery at Charlottenburg Palace.