When opting for a spa hotel in Berlin, it’s essential to first select a neighbourhood. As one of Europe’s largest cities, Germany’s capital is a place of many faces. Contemporary design, luxurious opulence, and old-fashioned style await the traveller in equal doses, and while it’s possible to spend a week or more in central Mitte, there’s far more to Berlin than that.
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Some of the best spa hotels in Berlin are found in Mitte, which lies in the centre of the city. Home to the awe-inspiring Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, and a vast selection of museums and other sites, it’s easy to understand why Mitte forms the centre of Berlin’s travel scene. The massive Tiergarten park draws in the crowds to boat on the Neuer See lake, while the TV Tower offers panoramic views of the city and beyond.
Jam-packed with boutique shops, craft markets, and one of a kind cafes, Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg feels a little like Paris. Cobbled pavements lure travellers off the beaten track, and the beautiful Victoria Park flanking this district to the west offers a brief interlude from city life. The weekly market at the Marheineke is a must-see attraction for lovers of all things organic, and the winding paths off the Bergmannstrasse have a cosy village vibe.
If Berlin had a family district, Prenzlauer Berg would be it. Having undergone a huge transformation in recent years, the district now enjoys a reputation as one of Berlin’s hippest areas. It’s home to an array of cafes, trendy boutiques, and the Gedenkstatte Berliner Mauer, which commemorates the building and subsequent fall of the Berlin Wall.
Competing with Prenzlauer Berg as Berlin’s coolest district, Neukolln is a cosmopolitan place with a diverse selection of community-run projects, laid-back cafes, and restaurants offering food from just about everywhere. Home to some of the top spa hotels in Berlin, Neukolln is as attractive to travellers as it is to locals.
Berlin’s most populous district is steeped in history, and is home to a number of museums which memorialise Germany’s traumatic past. Staying in a spa hotel here also enables the visitor to experience a world where city meets nature. Leise Park plays host to some top-class kids’ activities, while Weissensee is surrounded by rolling green meadows and oozes urban beach charm.
Berlin’s oldest residential district boasts charmingly narrow streets and some impressive rococo and baroque architecture. Offering a breath of fresh air from the dizzying activity of some of Berlin’s other areas, the Nikolaiviertel is also home to some of the city’s most luxurious spa hotels.
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Popular thermal baths in Berlin are the Liquidrom in Berlin Kreuzberg, the Vabali Spa in Berlin Moabit and the Stadtbad in Berlin Neukölln.
The Titanic Chaussee Berlin in Mitte Berlin has a 3,000 sqm spa area „BeFine Sports & Spa“ with a large indoor pool with natural daylight.