Sneak Peek: Waldorf Astoria, Berlin

  • Jenna Hockema

The new Waldorf Astoria in Berlin combines the city’s stylish Art Deco influence with contemporary design in a property that reflects the personality of Germany’s most important city. The hotel has 232 rooms and suites within the Zoofenster skyscraper, which was designed by the architect and professor Christoph Mäckler and offers sweeping views of Berlin’s City West district. The Michelin-starred chef Pierre Gagnaire runs the hotel’s Les Solistes resturant. Other amenities include a Guerlain spa, a spectacular terrace that can accommodate up to 200 people for cocktails or events, and venues for meetings and conferences. (+49.30.814000.0, www.waldorfastoriaberlin.com)

— Jenna Hockema

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