by: Ben Pundole
The Prenzlauer berg flea market is incredible. Antique, modern, food, music, prosthetic legs…
The Berlin zoo is incredible, the animals are so close, there’s hundreds of them and they’re all up for a bit of a rave when the sun goes down.
Yours truly in the perfectly designed, perfectly lit lobby chair.
Das Stue, the Danish term for living room. Originally built in the 30’s as the Royal Danish Embassy... I mean, just look at it…
The incredibly impressive lobby entrance/grand staircase/alligator.
Modern, classic design elements mixed in with the traditional,
There’s a zoo next door, it’s a design hotel… it’s a mesh ape sculpture thing. And so it should be.
The restaurant. Very smart, very ‘designed,’ and very popular,
so make a ressie!
Very cool, comfortable and functional design in the lobby lounge.
Das Stue boasts a very cool terrace just off the lobby bar.
Great for cocktails.
Brilliant mini bars! Joe and Stefs popcorn, Berocca, and Happy
Pills gummy treats.
Das Stue is situated right next to the Berlin Zoo and many of the rooms have great views of the animal enclosures.
Spacious, comfortable rooms with great views of Tiergarten.
Highs + Lows
The location is incredible for a more sophisticated Berlin experience, perched between the Spanish embassy, the zoo, Tiergarten and just a minutes walk away from all of the high-end retail.
The staff at Das Stue are what make the place. Friendly, knowledgeable, helpful and unaffected. You can tell they’re genuinely proud to be working there… and so they should be.
The Public space design is spot on… really innovative and interesting without compromising function and comfort, adding to a great guest experience.
The room design is a little flat in comparison.
- Mini Bar
- Life Changing
- Environmental Consciousness
- Overall Value
- Night's Sleep
- Stealable Stuff
- Refer a Friend
Sophisticated urban retreat.
Elegant, sophisticated, modern... and a little cheeky.
Fantastic location. Just twenty minutes from the Tegel airport in a very tranquil, calm, and sophisticated area right on the park. Very close to all the high-end retail.
79 rooms and suites.
Gentle lobby tones.
- Year Opened
- Designed By
Patricia Urquiola (public spaces) and LVG Arquitectura S.L.P. (guest rooms).
Yes! Gym, Pool and 3 treatment rooms.
5 – cinco by Paco Pérez.
Yes, with views of the park and a great terrace.
Mid–expensive, but on par with Soho House for the modern luxury hotel experience in Berlin. Definitely worth it.
In the Area
Berlin Zoological Gardens
Hardenbergplatz 8, 10787 Berlin, Germany
Germany's oldest zoo
KaDeWe Department Store
Tauentzienstraße 21-24, 10789 Berlin, Germany
It’s all about the Food Hall on the top floor
Str. des 17. Juni 31, 10785 Berlin, Germany
Berlin’s answer to Central Park, once hunting grounds for Germany’s privileged
Hotel Location: Drakestraße 1, 10787 Berlin, Germany