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In a neoclassical building on the southwestern edge of Berlin's scenic Tiergarten Park, Das Stue is a regal, contemporary hotel that has been changing identities for decades. The structure was built in the 1930s and from the grand lobby's beautifully restored staircases to the proximity to Michelin-starred restaurants, it's no wonder that Forbes named Das Stue the "coolest hotel in Berlin" and TripAdvisor crowned it the number one hotel in the city. A flourishing cultural scene abounds, with crowded streets teeming with museums, galleries and boutiques. The lively nature of this urban setting complements the city's rambling parks and lakes.
Organic and additive-free are the names of the game for the products used at the Susanne Kaufmann™ Boutique SPA. After your massage, take a restful dip in the 45-foot indoor pool or relax in the glass sauna.
Ever wanted to experience a 25-course dinner? Cinco by Paco Perez is a Michelin-starred dining extravaganza while Casual by Paco Perez satisfies the appetite when you want something less formal. Both are on-site at Das Stue.
To feast your eyes upon gardens of a massive scale, the manicured foliage that surrounds the landmarks of Potsdam is an excellent bet. Meander past Sanssouci, the palace that was formerly Frederick the Great's summer home.
The Berliner Philharmoniker has been upstaging its peers since its founding in 1882. The current conductor has held his spot at the podium for more than a decade and a performance by this talented orchestra won't soon be forgotten.
Frequent visitors to Berlin make their way to Fassbender & Rausch Chocolatiers am Gendarmenmarkt for some of the best chocolate treats in all of Europe. Features include a counter filled with pralines and pistachio mousse.
Quality beer is readily found in Berlin and locals recommend Hops & Barley, a small microbrewery. If you're feeling more adventurous than the standard brew, try their seasonal tap. Eins zwei drei, g'suffa!
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Every Friday evening at Das Stue, some of the city's most talented music acts play at the bar. Be sure to have a coffee after dinner, as the show tends to start as late as 11 p.m. Ask your hotel concierge who will be performing during your stay.
Renting a bike during your vacation is a sure bet. Berlin is known as one of the bike-friendliest cities on the planet. Researchers estimate that bicycles make up 18% of the city's total traffic and 390 miles are available exclusively for two wheels.
As anywhere, tipping should be done at your own discretion for service that you find extraordinary. Service gratuities will be obvious and added on your bills in restaurants and it's customary to round the total up to the nearest euro.
If you want to blend in with Berliners, order a Fassbrause, a carbonated soda beverage made from fruit, spices and malt. You could also try Germany's version of the shandy, called a Gespritzt and made up of half beer, half Fassbrause. Cheers!
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