The Soho House Berlin has opened in the trendy Mitte district, offering the same exclusivity and luxury you can find in other Soho House locations around the world (for example, the Soho Beach House in Miami). The hotel is located in a late-Bauhaus edifice that opened originally as a department store in 1928 and was seized by wartime government before being occupied by the post-war, Communist regime until 1956. After German reunification the building was legally returned to the descendants of its original owners but, it had been in ruins until now. The hotel’s design is a mixture of industrial — exposed concrete and metal lamps — and a bit of English country charm, with floral seat coverings and velvet sofas.
Not your average Berlin hotel, the Soho House Berlin has a movie theater, spa, state-of the-art gym, and a heated rooftop pool made from volcanic stone. It has 40 bedrooms which come in six different size categories ranging from ‘Tiny’ to ‘Extra Large’ and most of the rooms have a traditional vintage record player and a selection of custom vinyl LP’s. The private members club has three floors of rooms and they are available to both members and non-members.
The screening room is a 30-seater cinema that is fully equipped for screening films in digital, HD, 3D and 35mm formats, making it an perfect location for screenings and other film events. This room can be rented for 180 EUR per hour and can be used for company presentations and media events. The Library is filled with an assortment of art and design books; it also features a bar that can be rented for private events. There are ample dining choices in the hotel: Café Hoeme, Boheme Kitchen Bar, and Cecconi’s Mayfair.
Whether you are traveling to Berlin for pleasure or business, Soho House Berlin is ideal and it is certainly the most unique of all the hotels we have reviewed on Mapplr.Soho House Berlin Torstraße 1 10119 Berlin, Germany +49 30 40 50 44-0 * * * * *
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