Eager to cater to the needs of MENA travellers, The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin has enhanced its offering, providing customised services to Arabian guests upon request.
Upon arrival, Middle Eastern guests are greeted by the hotel’s ladies and gentlemen with Persian coffee, Arabian tea and fresh oshibori (wet towelettes).
Meanwhile, in their rooms, Arabic guests can avail fresh fruit and nuts, a Quran and prayer rug upon request.
“For our guests from the Middle East, religion and faith also play an important role when they travel,” noted general director, The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin, Robert Petrović.
“With our individual service, we create a pleasant ambience so that they can enjoy the city of Berlin to the fullest,” he added.
Ensuring that its Arabic guests are forever up-to-date with current affairs, the hotel provides access to numerous Arabian television stations and daily newspapers in digital form. Other perks include the property’s 51 interconnecting family rooms as well as delicious halal meals. Upon request, Arabic food may be served in the Brasserie Desbrosses and the exclusive Club Lounge on the 10th floor of the hotel.
An ideal destination for the MENA traveller, the buzzing city of Berlin boasts many restaurants that serve Arabian, Lebanese, Turkish or Egyptian cuisine.
With the hotel’s very own limousine service, guests can also reach two of the city’s loveliest mosques in minutes.
For those yearning for a spot of retail therapy, the German capital boasts the modern Mall of Berlin, with 270 high-quality shops, which is just a few minutes’ walk from The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin.
Finally, The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin can curate special outings or experiences for guests wishing to explore the surrounding areas. In addition to recommendations about popular destinations such as the Sanssouci Palace, the ladies and gentlemen of The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin are always on hand for individual planning. The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin, can additionally provide guidebooks in Arabic.