High Class Escort Berlin

Take independent high class escort Lisa Blaine on a romantic getaway to the city of classical music, Berlin

Minimum availability for a date in Berlin: 12 hours

About Berlin

When you step foot in Berlin, the word “contrast” will automatically come to mind. It is full of historical buildings, but at the same time, modern architecture also asserts its dominance. One form of contemporary art, the colorful and vibrant graffiti, fills what is left of the historical Berlin Wall. Not far from the area of Museumsinsel, the modern Berliner Fernsehturm stands in all its glory. Not only is it full of prominent historical events, Berlin is a versatile city. History lovers can spend their day wandering around Checkpoint Charlie, the most renowned Berlin Wall crossing point, but Friedrichstraße and Kurfürstendamm are the ultimate heavens for shoppers. Those who appreciate classical music are in for a treat that is hard to beat by the Berlin Philharmonic. As for going on a lovely date, this city offers all-around attractions from the best hotels, spectacular restaurants, and tons of great activities to try. 

The best time to take high class escort Lisa Blaine to Berlin

The months from May to September are ideal for visiting this exciting city. Lazing in the park, strolling around the city, and enjoying lunch on the patio are some activities to do during these months. The temperatures range from 19°C to 23°C, and walking around the Brandenburg Gate after dark with a cup of warm latte in hand while admiring the yellow floodlights around it will be one memorable night you will never forget. April is the month where Berliners start basking in the sun, but June, in many ways, is probably the perfect time to visit Berlin. Locals are giddy because of the pleasant weather, and the streets are full of life. 

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Berlin? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Berlin? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

The best hotel options in Berlin

The Ritz Carlton, Berlin

five star hotel rating

Just a few steps from Potsdamer Platz, The Ritz Carlton Berlin offers rooms with a unique Art Deco design. One of the main attractions of this 5-star hotel is The Fragrances Bar, which serves guests unique cocktails based on lovely perfumes. Guests are more than welcome to chill and unwind at the wellness area. Free Wi-Fi is at guests’ disposal.

SO/Berlin Das Stue

five star hotel rating

Experience the most restful sleep at SO/Berlin Das Stue, with their elegantly decorated rooms that include a minibar and satellite TV. Some rooms come with terraces and balconies for the ultimate relaxation time. This hotel offers free Wi-Fi, a spa, and an indoor swimming pool. Shoppers will especially find this hotel convenient because its location is close to the Kurfürstendamm shopping street.

Grand Hyatt Berlin

five star hotel rating

A rooftop spa and pool overlooking Berlin are indeed a recipe for the perfect getaway. At Grand Hyatt Berlin, guests are spoiled with elegant rooms, a 55-inch flat-screen TV, hot drinks facilities, and chic restaurants. This 5-star hotel is located in the vibrant Potsdamer Platz district and is only 300m from the Sony Center. Besides complimentary Wi-Fi, guests also receive a bottle of mineral water.

Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin

five star hotel rating

Situated beside the Brandenburg Gate, Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin houses rooms with antique furnishings and lavish marble bathrooms. With its central location, the prominent landmarks of Berlin, such as the Holocaust Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie, and Pariser Platz, are within a 10-minute walk. This hotel is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, which take the form of a double Michelin-star restaurant and a shopping arcade. 

Hotel am Steinplatz, Autograph Collection

five star hotel rating

A feast for the eyes, Hotel am Steinplatz is situated in the chic Charlottenburg district. This luxury boutique hotel features free Wi-Fi, an exclusive spa, and a panoramic gym. Each room offers air conditioning, a flat-screen satellite TV, and an iPod dock. What is more, guests can savor a variety of different breakfast options every morning.

Regent – Berlin

five star hotel rating

Strategically located on Berlin’s Gendarmenmarkt Square, this 5-star hotel has soundproof rooms and suites embellished with an antique desk and a marble bathroom. Just 200m from the Friedrichstraße shopping street, shoppers will find true comfort and be able to have a restful sleep after a hard day’s shopping. Free Wi-Fi is offered along with spa facilities.

Berlins most alluring restaurants

Rutz ***

Not only is Rutz awarded three stars, but it also successfully brings home a Michelin green star for its gastronomy and sustainability. Chef Marco Müller only uses the best and freshest ingredients in his kitchen, holding tight on a commitment to deliver authentic dishes with creative twists. The house’s favorites include spring trout and willow chicken.

Horváth **

Chef Sebastian Frank believes that clean, high-quality ingredients will result in flavourful, harmonious, and intense dishes. He often emphasizes vegetables and puts them in the limelight. If you are into clean-eating and take pleasure in consuming vegetables, try the steamed eggplant or the roasted plums. The veal-boiled beef and white asparagus will also make your mouth water.

CODA Dessert Dining **

CODA Dessert Dining is heaven for sweet tooths. Renowned for its exquisite patisseries, the food is prepared using the best and natural ingredients. The seven-course surprise menu is out of the box and combines an array of flavors and aromas. To accompany your culinary experience, CODA provides a selection of wine, cocktails, and sake.

Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer **

Stepping foot in Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer means you have to be prepared to witness their warm and luxurious interior. This restaurant offers fancy fine dining with friendly, professional service. Exquisite cuisine, a meticulous selection of wine, and the view of Brandenburg Gate will ensure a perfect night is in store for you. The Beef Tatar and Kaviar are to die for. To close your excellent dining experience, we suggest you opt for the pear and salted macadamia nut.

Tim Raue **

Asian elements are the highlight of Tim Raue. Excellent dishes are delivered with precision and skills, combining a variety of flavors. The service is genuine, and the cherry on top lies in the elegant interior. The imperial gold caviar with cucumber and almond is superb. For the ultimate indulgence, end the meal with kiwi, coconut, and shiso.

GOLVET *

With the concept of an open kitchen, Golvet features a breathtaking view of Potsdamer Platz. The interior is stylish and artsy, and the dishes are made only with quality ingredients. Some of the restaurant’s treasured dishes are roasted rabbit with beetroot, mushroom panna cotta, and pickled plums.

Romantic highlights of the city

March to a fantastic classical music performance by Berlin Philharmonic

Although it is said that Germany is most famous for luxury cars like BMW, Audi, and Porsche, we believe that classical music is what truly gives identity to this beautiful country. Prominent classical composers such as Beethoven, Bach, and Handel pioneered and drove classical music to where it is now, and while you are in Berlin, spending a night to catch one of the best music performances can’t hurt.

The Berlin Philharmonic is like the Mercedes S-class of classical music. Scoring tickets can often be a cutthroat competition, but the experience is worth every penny. Whether it is Stravinsky or Rachmaninoff, you are in for the most satisfying eargasm.

Spa day as a lovely date at Liquidrom

This is not your run-of-the-mill or a dime-a-dozen type of spa. The Germans have a penchant for free body culture (Freikörperkultur). This spa comes up with the concept of all-nude policy, believing that the everyday stresses of life can be shooed and minimized by letting loose and freeing yourself from the confines of clothes. The nude policy also heightens the feelings of weightlessness and relaxation while you are soaking in the thermal baths. Ambient DJ tunes and lighting effects are cherries on top of an already rewarding experience. 

Walk down Museumsinsel and tour the Pergamonmuseum

If you are into history and mythology, Pergamonmuseum is the right place to go. This museum is truly enormous, and two hours will not be enough. Come earlier if you want to make the best of your time here—this museum houses intricate and amusing archaeological structures. The highlights of this museum include the Pergamon altar (which is said to be dedicated to Zeus and Athena), the Ishtar Gate, and the Market Gate of Miletus.

Dance the night away at Clärchen’s Ballhaus

It takes two to tango. You have heard one too many times about romantic candlelight dinners with a nice and vintage bottle of Dom Perignon or Pol Roger, but when it comes to romantic things, you can spice things up by learning how to dance. At Clärchen’s Ballhaus, feel free to waltz, sway and cha cha all you want. Taught by some of the best choreographers, learn some of the captivating and deadly dance moves that will unveil another side of you. 

Slow walks at Schloss Charlottenburg gardens

The largest palace in Berlin, Schloss Charlottenburg, features baroque and rococo architecture that will captivate your eyes. Crossing the bridge of Schloss Charlottenburg hand-in-hand with your partner is one unforgettable memory you will hold on to, especially in the summer, when the grounds are packed with flowers and mature citrus trees. Although the fantastic architecture offers fantastic sights of the halls and courtrooms, spending the day in the gardens is enough.

Channel your inner James Bond at the German Spy Museum

Why not try something new and exhilarating on a date? Romance can sometimes spell adrenaline-inducing, after all. A 4-minute walk from Potsdamer Platz, this museum exhibits the times of espionage that took place where the Berlin Wall once was. The German Spy Museum was established by former journalist Franz-Michael Günther and is the only spy museum in Central Europe. You will get to decipher codes and contort your body in laser rooms. Some of the treasured exhibits include the Nazi cipher machine, weapons, and hidden cameras, as well as relics from the Cold War.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

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