Sitting on one of the most important squares in former East Berlin, Hotel de Rome was originally built in 1889 as the headquarters of the Dresdner Bank. Berlin’s history exists within the fabric of the building. The bank manager’s office is now a suite. The jewel vault is now a swimming pool. The cashier’s hall has been transformed into a ballroom. Berlin’s best bits are right outside. Spacious and inviting rooms are decorated in tones of cream, blue and red. During the summer months the roof top terrace offers a breathtaking view over the city. Most of the hotel rooms have high ceilings and classical proportions. All bathrooms have separate walk-in showers and mosaic marble detailing above double ended baths.
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Classic Rooms have high stucco ceilings and look out onto St Hedwig's Cathedral, the Französische Strasse or our tranquil inner courtyard. The combined bedroom and living space has a king size bed or two single beds. There is also a large working desk and walk-in wardrobe. The spacious bathrooms are finished in marble and mosaics, with a bathtub and separate shower and equipped with a phone, bathrobe, sleepers and hair dryer. Other amenities include air-conditioning, mini bar, safe, Cable/Satellite TV and bedside phone.
Deluxe room offering city or inner courtyard views, with a luxurious king size bed or 2 twin beds. Rooms feature marble mosaic bathrooms with a separate walk-in rain shower and bath tub. Other amenities include air-conditioning, mini bar, safe, Cable/Satellite TV, phone, free Wi-Fi, bathrobe, sleepers and hair dryer.
These spacious Superior Deluxe rooms provide fantastic views of Berlin. A few of them also have balconies. The combined bedroom and living area has either a king size bed or two single beds. Some also have a walk-in wardrobe. The large marble and mosaic bathrooms have a bathtub and separate shower. Other amenities include air-conditioning, mini bar, safe, Cable/Satellite TV, video/in-house movies, phone, free Wi-Fi, bathrobe, sleepers and hair dryer.
Junior Suites are equipped with a luxurious king bed or 2 twins. These spacious suites all have a unique design. All feature marble bathrooms with a separate bath and walk-in shower, as well as a sitting area with a sofa. Other amenities include free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, mini bar, safe, Cable/Satellite TV, video/in-house movies, phone, free Wi-Fi, bathrobe, sleepers and hair dryer.
Rocco Forte's Hotel de Rome unveiled an entirely new restaurant and bar concept with a unique combination of indulgence, art and design. The restaurant La Banca offers authentic Italian cuisine paired with cosmopolitan design including a revolving modern art exhibition reflecting the zeitgeist of Berlin.
Once the lobby area of the Dresdner Bank, traditional English Afternoon Tea is served from Friday to Sunday, until the end of March, beneath the marble columns and gilt-edged skylights. Opera Court serves a selection of finger sandwiches, homemade scones with traditional clotted cream, as well as pastries and a selection of petit fours. Also choose from over 30 loose teas from the house of Eilles.
Hotels stunning roof-top terrace offers a fantastic and impressive view across the rooftops of Berlin's historic city centre. The State Opera House on Unter den Linden, St. Hedwigs Cathedral, Berlin Cathedral, the Television Tower and other city landmarks appear to be in touching distance. Comfortable Dedon furniture make this the perfect al fresco lounge.
Previously a jewel vault is now the 800-square-metre Spa de Rome. Built in 1889 with around 400 deposit boxes for jewels, gold and cash, the space is now an oasis of calm and relaxation in the heart of the city. The wonderful interplay of colour with the golden Bisazza mosaic gives visitors the impression they are swimming in gold and luxuriating in the past.