Reinhard's, Kempinski Hotel Bristol, Berlin, Germany [REVIEW:PHOTOS]

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    April 2015, Our Afternoon visit

    After our lunch at The Casual by Paco Perez at Das Stue (Please see reviews.) we strolled through West Berlin, passing the Zoo, Kaiser Wilhelm Gedaechtniskirche and a few hotels, like the Waldorf Astoria, the Palace Hotel, Swissotel and Hotel Zoo.

    Should we need them, we liked that Reinhard's offered also these blankets:

    [​IMG]|| Reinhard's im Kempinski || Kempinski Hotel Bristol || Berlin || Germany || Our Visit || April 2015 || by UggBoy UggGirl, on Flickr

    We stopped at the Kempinski Hotel Bristol for refreshments. Reinhard's was clearly visible, because they have outdoor seating.

    The weather was beautiful and warm, so we decided to sit outside.

    It wasn't clear for us, that there was a separate area for the bar and restaurant section. We weren't that hungry, so we didn't come for a meal and had to change tables. It was a bit strange in my opinion and slightly embarrassing.

    From then our visit was pleasurable.

    We ordered one Evian Pure, one cherry juice, one non-alcoholic cocktail called "Long Distance Runner" and fruits and sorbet.

    The cherry juice was just right between tangy and sweet. The Long Distance Runner was prickly, slightly spicy and dry.

    The fruits and sorbet were very generous and we could easily share it. They were delicious and refreshing.

    The service was attentive and friendly.

    We paid 24.20 Euro (ca. 27.35 Euro).

    If you're looking for privacy we wouldn't recommend to sit outside. While we were there, passers-by stared at us.

    Afterwards we used the opportunity to check out the public spaces. We liked the shopping arcade and the grand classic design and would consider staying there in the future.

    Near the entrance is also a plaque commorating the Kempinski family, some of whom lost their lives under the Nazi regime.

    We recommend Reinhard's, but next time we might try the Gobelin Hall instead, which is located in the expansive lobby of this luxury hotel.

    Would we recommend this outlet to a friend? YES!
    Would we want to visit this outlet again? YES, but we might sit inside instead, especially for a meal.
     
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