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[ Report by Sarah Camilleri ]


ositioned on the fifth floor of the spectacular Zoofenster skyscraper in the heart of Berlin, the opulent Guerlain Spa, Waldorf Astoria Berlin epitomises the perfect elegance and modern grandeur of the landmark properties which make up Hilton Worldwide’s renowned luxury brand. The 1,000sqm spa also marks a German first for


Above left: Personalised service in the treatment sanctuary at Guerlain Spa, Waldorf Astoria Berlin; the spa’s stylish light reception area; Guerlain’s fragrant history is represented in the décor


French fragrance, skincare and makeup specialist Guerlain, which has established an exclusive network of branded spas in key cities around the world. Designed to deliver a notable menu of tailor-made spa experiences and exclusive treatments, Guerlain Spa,


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Waldorf Astoria Berlin is set to be a significant draw for both hotel guests and Berliners seeking skincare excellence and bespoke spa therapies.


Brands in synergy This sleek, new facility is the fourth Guerlain branded spa created for Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, following the recently opened facility at the historic Caledonian hotel, in Edinburgh (reported in European Spa, Issue 31), the prestigious Guerlain Spa at Trianon Palace Versailles, near Paris and the iconic flagship at Waldorf Astoria New York. “Our close relationship with Guerlain really began


European Spa visits the high-flying new Guerlain Spa at the Waldorf Astoria Berlin and explores the flourishing partnership between Guerlain and Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts.


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