Q: What is it? A: A hotel that prides itself on not feeling like a regular hotel.It probably has no problem finding its fans, butI’m not one of them. Can you tell that there’s a hotel in this house? I agree, it is quite discreet. No neon sign to light up the Leibnitzstrasse and no [...]
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Q: What is it? A: A Berlin hotel that works like a Swiss watch, located in a former bank. Sehr kompetent? Jawohl. In fact it looks very much like a bank. Who’s that? Is that security? No, it’s a friendly doorman approaching to assist with the bags. Up the stairs and into the lobby and [...]
Q: What is it? A: A quite affordable design-y Berlin hotel where the clock stopped in 1995. ”In a design hotel the year is always 1998.” That was the headline of an article in a Swedish daily the other day. And sure enough, quite a few design-y hotels got stuck in a moment just prior [...]
Q: What is it? A: The Spanish shoe-makers 2nd hotel in a major European city (the first was Barcelona). As quirky and comfortable as their footwear! I absolutely, honestly love this shoemaker’s shoes. I admit it: My feet are shaped like Donald Duck’s. This means that just about no shoes feel good while I break [...]
Q: What is it? A: A pretty exclusive private club that lets the public book their fancy hotel rooms. Not much can prepare you for room #39. It is a pretty respectable room. Rather sizeable. Quite spacious. No, honestly, it’s frikkin massive. If you find yourself in a X-Large room at the Soho House Berlin, [...]
Q: What is it? A: The location for this hotel is kinda off, but as a budget alternative in Berlin it works very OK. Clean and rather modern, although not particularly exciting. So you want to go shopping, don’t you? Tourist guides often praise the Kurfürstendamm as being the place for ”Some of the best [...]