Calling all provocative pirates, prepare to whisk a special someone away for 2 nights of extravagance in one of most sultry hotels in all of roaring Berlin! The 4* Provocateur Hotel combines the style of 1920s Paris with the heart and soul of Berlin, featuring seductively decorated rooms, an award-winning cocktail bar and a restaurant offering the finest in French-Chinese culinary creations.
We're eyeing up an August getaway, which means you can enjoy Berlin as it basks in the best weather of the year! Flights are included with this lastminute.com deal.
Booking Info Timeframe: 1. May. 2019 - 21. Aug. 2019
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Please note -- *Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability. Prices are subject to change. Inventory may be limited. Special T&C’s may apply.
- Duration is 2 nights (*longer stays available)
- Period: May - August 2019
- Flights from UK to Berlin, Germany
- Example date: August 13th - 15th, 2019
- 4* Provocateur Hotel - Berlin
- Rated 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor - Certificate of Excellence
- Board basis - Room Only
- Not included: €8 due at hotel (local taxes)
- Hand luggage included
- Based on 2 sharing
- 4* Berlin break from £244 / 2 = £122* per person
The alluring guest rooms of the Provocateur Hotel are based around design, quality and comfort. Rooms feature dark natural stone, seductive velvet fabrics, beautiful lighting elements and teasing black & white photographs. Alongside such decadent style, each guest room boasts high quality features such as Marshall sound speakers, a rainforest shower, Nespresso machine, smart TV, air conditioning and free WiFi.
Provocateur Bar serves some of the finest cocktails in the city, and recently won 2 awards at the Mixology Bar Awards 2019. The on site Golden Phoenix restaurant combines Chinese elements with the highlife of Paris. Be sure to head on over and sample chef The Duc Ngo's otherworldly French-Chinese delicacies.