The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin counts to the most child-friendliest hotels in Berlin owing to the Ritz kids program. Already with the arrival in the five-star Superior hotel at the Potsdamer Platz – opposite Sony Center – the youngest guests receive special attention:
A particularly manufactured child stair made of mahogany makes possible for children the view over the receipt counter as well as independent checking in. At the same level as the adults, the youngest guests can conveniently fill out their own reception form and make requests for their stay. Afterwards, the Ritz Kids Diary is used to explore the hotel and the city of Berlin together with the family. And whoever solves the riddles in the diary will receive the cuddly lion Roary as a gift, with whom it will be wonderful to experience adventures in the future. Every Friday at 5 p.m., a cozy reading session from the children’s book The Little Lost Elephant takes place in German or English for the little guests. Inspired by unforgettable moments around the world, author Julia Gray and illustrator Jennie Webber wrote the book for The Ritz-Carlton about a little elephant who gets lost. For excursions to the nearby Tiergarten park and to the city’s family attractions, The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin provides strollers free of charge. For more distant excursions, the family can borrow child car seats free of charge.
This makes it easy to explore the capital with the whole family. The hotel experience for young and old is rounded off with swimming and splashing fun in the hotel pool.
We like to go to Pots Restaurant in Ritz-Carlton – it’s also kid friendly!