The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin - Germany
An award-winning luxury hotel in the heart of a funky, cosmopolitan city, The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin is the first of its kind in Europe to offer the perfect blend of supreme luxury and sustainability. Moreover, the property’s Art Deco heritage is beautifully complemented by grand classically inspired interiors and state-of-the-art facilities. All rooms and suites come with exquisite furnishings, sumptuous marble baths, cutting-edge technology and works of art by Professor Markus Lupertz. Afternoon tea is served daily in the elegant Tea Lounge, while wonderful French cuisine can be enjoyed in the hotel’s Brasserie Desbrosses designed by Peter Silling.
Soho House Berlin - Germany
A private members’ club in the heart of the historic Mitte district, Soho House Berlin is as unique as it is exclusive. Housed in a somber Bauhaus-inspired building where the Communist Party used to keep their archives, the hotel - now a popular hangout for the international stylish set - mixes industrial design with a distinctive 1930’s theme to create bold interiors that delight even the most discerning guest. There are 65 bedrooms, 20 apartments and 4 lofts, all creatively decorated in different styles, from Art Deco glam to contemporary cool. Moreover, cutting-edge technology, innovative artwork and quirky designer fixtures stand side-by-side with vintage record players, select vinyls and sumptuous velvets. Facilities are equally high-class, featuring a luxurious spa, a decadent rooftop pool, and a dazzling Club Floor where creative mixologists are serving up fabulous cocktails in a dashy-looking environment.
Linnen - Berlin, Germany
Aiming to provide guests with a playful, relaxed and comfortable environment, Linnen offers 6 uniquely decorated rooms, a trendy café bar and a spacious, creatively designed apartment - all situated in the same building in the heart of Berlin. Each of the beautiful rooms has its own character and frisky décor with one-off design pieces and unique aesthetic features. In addition to this ingenious boutique-style inn, the brand operates three more apartments in Mitte.
Ackselhaus - Berlin, Germany
A heaven of tranquility in the heart of Berlin, not far from the hustle and bustle of Mitte, the Ackselhaus Hotel offers comfort, lovely outdoor spaces and stylish theme-designed guestrooms. Housed in a beautifully restored 19th century Victorian building, this intimate boutique hotel boasts a wonderful collection of individually designed rooms, with decors that range from Picasso’s cubism to Hollywood glamour, inviting guests to experience a new world each time. All accommodation units have been tastefully appointed with art and antiques in order to provide a unique and creative ambience.
Brandenburger Hof - Berlin, Germany
High end cuisine, exceptional art and a sophisticated blend of old and new define the ambience at Brandenburger Hof, a luxury boutique hotel in Berlin, situated steps away from the Kurfürstendamm avenue. Member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the 5-star fin-de-siècle mansion welcomes guests in 72 extravagantly decorated rooms and suites, most of which have charming French windows overlooking the hotel’s exquisite Japanese Garden. A genuine visual feast, the interior features a graceful fusion of classical and contemporary design.
nhow Music Hotel - Berlin, Germany
Opened in 2010 in Berlin’s Osthafen area, on the banks of the river Spree, nhow Berlin is the first music hotel in Europe, featuring two professional sound studios and an inspiring cutting-edge design. Sergei Tchoban’s bold and unusual architecture meets the colorful and dynamic interior design of Karim Rashid, delivering guests a unique lifestyle experience. Inventively decorated in gold, blue and pink tones, the hotel’s nifty rooms exude - just like the city itself - a strong passion for music, art and fashion. A modern Spa, a vivid restaurant and a gleaming neon-lighted bar complement the allure of this luxurious music and lifestyle hotel in futuristic Berlin.
Michelberger Hotel - Berlin, Germany
A real gem housed in a rehabilitated factory building in the hipster German capital, the unconventional Michelberger Hotel oozes Berlin cool from the moment you step in. Each of its 119 ingenious rooms is shrewdly decorated with quirky vintage and antique finds in a way that reflects youthful creativity at its finest. A nice restaurant, an enticing massage room, a characterful cafe-bar with live music events, and some eye-catching artworks adorning the space - all add to the hotel’s chilled out atmosphere and brilliant Werner Aisslinger design.