Europe’s hippest capital boasts non-stop nightlife, cutting-edge fashion, cosmopolitan eats and museum treasures galore. At the centre of the World and Cold Wars, it also oozes history, much of it sobering.
Run by Spanish shoe company Camper, this slick boutique hotel in the heart of the vibrant Mitte district draws young, fashionable Euro-hipsters who wouldn’t dream of staying in humdrum lodgings.
The spacious rooms cast a sidelong glance at design trends: beautiful hardwoods and deep reds set off Bauhaus light switches, 1980s touch telephones and classic Eames chairs. The bathrooms are flooded with natural light. There’s a decent all-day café/restaurant downstairs, serving fresh, seasonal dishes.
But this hotel is all about location. One for those who like stepping out into the buzz.
The city never sleeps in this bouncy part of Mitte. One block from the hotel, Alte Schonhauser Strasse brims with fashion boutiques, and come evening the streets are thick with young partygoers heading to the bars and restaurants around the Hackesche Hofe courtyards.
Buskers eat fire and play for pennies on Hackescher Markt, which is also home to a twice-weekly farmers’ market and a handsome train station. Public transport is on your doorstep at Weinmeisterstrasse.
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