It is best to book in advance if you want to be sure to have a room in the Sofitel, as it only has 70 guests rooms and 22 suites. These are each divided into 3 categories: classic, superior, and luxury; and junior, premium, or opera. As you might expect in an older building, all of the rooms are slightly different in size and layout. However, the style does not vary, remaining elegant and contemporary throughout the establishment. We really liked the use of different luxury materials, which hints at both the classic (marble) and the modern (wood). They come together with surprising success both in the bedroom and the bathroom. Everything here bears the hallmarks of the Sofitel chain, from the famous MyBed (with its top-mattress) to the luxury Hermes hospitality products as well as other illustrious items. The introduction of a pillow menu is also currently under consideration. As for the facilities, nothing is missing (individual air conditioning, a radio alarm clock, a minibar, safe, etc.) apart from a plasma screen television. Indeed, the existing television, which is concealed in a glass cube, has not aged well... Something to keep in mind: 12 of the rooms have a balcony, which is a real luxury in the German capital.