Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin

Just off the bustling Ku’damm shopping strip, green marble, towering flower arrangements, solid dark-wood columns and red-cloth sofas make the Bristol’s softly lit lobby a quiet contrast to the fast-paced Berlin streets. Leisure and business travelers mingle with long-time Berlin residents on their way to the Kempinski Grill.

Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin

Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin

Amenity highlights: Mosaics and fountains give the Bristol’s indoor pool the ambience of a Roman Empire bath. The hotel’s shopping gallery features fashion by Lagerfeld, shoes by Charles Jourdan, and jewelry by Markus Schwarz. The Kempinski Grill is a time-honored dinner spot for Berlin residents who enjoy traditional fine dining. Insider tip: One of Berlin’s oldest producers of traditional German fine porcelain, KPM Porcelain, has an outlet in the Bristol’s shopping gallery. From dinner sets to porcelain bears, the symbol of Berlin, KPM provides guests with unique souvenirs of their stay.


Kurfürstendamm 27
10719 Berlin

Tel +49 (0)30 8843 40
Fax +49 (0)30 883 6075


Kempinski Grill – Traditional fine-dining dinners and weekend lunches are served in this refined, 30-seat restaurant, decorated in deep blues and dusty pinks. A popular outing for long-time Berlin residents, Kempinski Grill is renowned for its wine cellar. An open kitchen allows guests to watch chefs prepare signature dishes such as Veal Strudel with Caramelized Chicory.

Kempinski Eck – Lunch and dinner are served at red-leather banquettes and linen-clad tables beneath Art Deco light fittings. This relaxed eatery has an international menu which features Berlin specialties. Windows facing the Kurfürstendamm shopping street provide excellent people-watching opportunities.

Winter Garden – Open for breakfast, the Winter Garden’s buffet is known for serving ‘everything’; particularly renowned is the traditional German Bircher muesli. Guests dine in the glassed-in conservatory on wicker chairs or indoor under Art Deco light fittings.

Goeblin Halle – Continental breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at sofas in this wood-paneled lounge. In the evenings an open fire is lit and the bar serves drinks and bar snacks.

Bristol Bar – Every evening a piano player accompanies guests who take advantage of the Bristol Bar’s parquet dance floor. A curved redwood bar serves drinks beneath colored-glass chandeliers while guests lounge in blue leather armchairs at inlaid coffee tables.


In city center


Kurfürstendamm shopping area – adjacent
Tiergarten park – 0.5 kilometers (0.25 miles)
Schloss Charlottenburg palace – 2.5 kilometers (1.5 miles)
Potsdamer Platz – 2.5 kilometers (1.5 miles)
Berlin Philharmonic – 2.5 kilometers (1.5 miles)
Brandenburg Gate – 3 kilometers (2 miles)
Reichstag Building – 3 kilometers (2 miles)
Checkpoint Charlie – 3 kilometers (2 miles)
Museum Island – 4.5 kilometers (3 miles)
Alexanderplatz, center of former East Berlin – 5.5 kilometers (3.5 miles)

Berlin-Tegel Airport (TXL): Approximate driving time is 20 minutes and distance is 6 miles (10 kilometers).


Tax of 16% is not included in the price but will be added at the time of payment.
Extra person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
There are no room charges for children 12 and younger who occupy the same room as their parents or guardians.
Rollaways and cribs (infant beds) may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.
Photo identification and credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests made via this Web site cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.

Small pets only

Check-in time is 2 PM
Check-out time is Noon


Guests recline amid the ancient-Rome-themed mosaics, statuary, and fountains by the Bristol’s indoor pool. In the nearby fitness area, the steam room is tiled in marble. Weights, fitness machines, a Finnish sauna, and massage are also available.

The highlights of Berlin’s premier shopping strip can be found in the hotel’s shopping gallery, where designers Lagerfeld and Jourdan, Wolford Lingerie, and traditional KPM Porcelain have stores. At the Kempinski Grill, guests and Berliners alike enjoy fine dining and an excellent wine cellar.

See a list of property amenities
Swimming pool – indoor
Swimming pool – children’s
Spa tub
Massage – treatment room(s)
Concierge services
Restaurant(s) in hotel
Coffee shop or café
Room service (24 hours)
Parking nearby
Parking garage
Limo or Town Car service available
Banquet facilities
Meeting rooms (small groups)
Event catering
Internet access in public areas – surcharge
Secretarial services
Internet access in public areas – high speed
Safe-deposit box – front desk
24-hour front desk
Tour assistance
Shopping on site
Dry cleaning service
Coffee in lobby
Air-conditioned public areas
Poolside bar
Spa services on site
Full-service health spa
Steam room
Concierge desk
Fitness equipment
Breakfast available (surcharge)
Parking (surcharge)
Parking (valet)
Parking (secure)
Business center
Conference room(s)
Exhibit space
Audio-visual equipment
Business services
Internet access in public areas – dial-up
Express check-out
Number of rooms: 249
Multilingual staff
Front desk (limited hours)
Currency exchange
Hair salon
Beauty services
Laundry facilities
Fireplace in lobby
Shoe shine
Airport transportation (surcharge)


The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or near the hotel; fees may apply.

Golfing nearby
Swimming on site
Tennis nearby
Yoga classes/instruction nearby
Golf – driving range nearby
Aerobics nearby
Running track/path nearby


Internet access – high speed
Pay movies
Air conditioning
Climate control
Voice mail
Housekeeping (daily)
Private bathroom
Complimentary toiletries
Massage – available in room
Makeup mirror
Handheld shower
Electronic/magnetic keys
Window opens
Rollaway beds
Smoking rooms
Cable/satellite TV
Hypo-allergenic bedding available
Soundproofed rooms
Internet access – surcharge
Internet access – dial-up
Wake-up calls
Turndown service (on request)
Hair dryer
Sewing kit
Extra towels/bedding in room
Child care (in room, surcharge)
Iron/ironing board (on request)
Cribs (infant beds) available


This hotel has 249 guestrooms, all of which have views of the surrounding shopping streets or an inner courtyard. Rooms are decorated in classical style with modern amenities. Pale woods combine with subdued grays and pinks in some rooms; those in the older part of the hotel match blues and beiges with dark-wood furniture. Every room has high-speed Internet access. Bathrooms have bathrobes and are scented with bowls of pot-pourri.


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