In absolutely the best location on the banks of the river Spree and close to the shopping boulevard Friedrichstrasse, an artists' Bed & Breakfast (and a two story car dealership!) on the Spree Terrace next to the Friedrichstadtpalast was turned into the unquestionably most unusual hotel in Berlin. Great Hotel Berlin City Center Every room is different - from small low budget rooms to spacious Riverside Deluxe Spa Suites - everything was remodeled and furnished over the course of five years with a lot of effort and an eye for details by designer and host Uwe Buttgereit. Bronze-Kaiserwanne im Artist Riverside Hotel You can enjoy the fantastic view out on the river Spree from every Riverside room and suite, all embellished with hand-painted Art Nouveau borders. Of course also to be enjoyed from the panoramic sauna and Art Nouveau Café with Spree terrace. Massagen im Day Spa Berlin The Temple of Wellness (Day Spa), Bali Style, offers a multitude of beauty, massage and spa treatments from all over the world. The romantic private spa suites featuring the “Golden Shell” bathtub takes you away to another dimension of wellness for all senses. Celebrities like Ed Harris (movie premiere of “The Hours”), Macauley Culkin and Seth Green commented at a party at the Riverside: “That is really a great hotel!”. Sebastian Blomberg und Maria Schrader, as well as sports celebrities like Reinhold Messner and Lothar Matthaeus, appreciate the unmistakable charm of this unique hotel for the arts. Whirlpool Suite im Wellness Hotel Berlin The one-of-a-kind spa suites with hand-painted Art Nouveau borders and lots of indirect light has also been used as a backdrop for movies and TV series, such as “GZSZ”. At the Riverside Café you might encounter celebrities like Klaus Maria Brandauer (“Out of Africa”) or the rock band Rammstein, sipping a Cappuccino. .