Marriott has added the second hotel under its JW brand in Germany, with the reflagging of the former Hotel Berlin Central District on Stauffenbergstrasse.
Located next to the 520-acre Tiergarten, the property is set to undergo the renovation of all 505 guest rooms between now and 2025, as part of a “full transformation” of the hotel.
Interiors have been inspired by the adjacent park, with artwork “reflecting the beauty of nature”, and the hotel’s Presidential Suite has expansive views of the Tiergarten from its terrace.
There are eight dining options, all of which have been recently redesigned, including Germany’s first JW Steakhouse, all-day café The Berlin Baking Company, a cigar lounge and Bar 26 featuring a “hanging garden”.
Other facilities include 6,290 sqm of events space across 48 rooms, including Berlin’s largest ballroom, as well as spa with swimming pool, sauna, steam bath, treatments rooms and two fitness centres.
JW Marriott Hotel Berlin joins the brand’s Frankfurt property which opened in June last year following the conversion of the existing Jumeirah Frankfurt.
Commenting on the news Bruce Rohr, global brand leader, JW Marriott, said:
“JW Marriott blends a legacy of extraordinary hospitality with a modern commitment to mindfulness and well-being that is so important to today’s luxury traveller.
“JW Marriott Hotel Berlin brings these pillars to life – from its JW Garden where guests can harvest their own herbs, to its not one, but two fitness centres and rejuvenating spa – to offer a holistic, wellness-forward stay.”