Top 20 Cool and Unique Hotels in Berlin 2023

Berlin is a city known for being edgy, creative, and hedonistic and many of Berlin’s hotels reflect this hip vibe, from intimate boutiques to modern design hotels, some of the world’s most unique places to stay can be found in the German capital. From my many stays, here are my favorite cool and unique hotels in Berlin, Germany…

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B1 1 l Global Grasshopper – travel inspiration for the road less travelled
Best For Instagrammable Decor
25 Hours Hotel Bikini
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Best For Partying
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Best For Unique Stay
Michelberger

Best For Instagrammable Decor

25 Hours Hotel Bikini

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New, playful and hip, the wonderful 4-star and already exceptionally rated 25 Hours Hotel Bikini Berlin, located in the city centre (only a 3-minute walk to the nearest metro station and only 3.4 km from Brandenburg Gate), has created a stylish urban jungle complete with animal themes and long leafy plants which hang delightfully from the ceilings.

As well as quirkily decorated bedrooms, an in-house bakery and a rooftop restaurant – which offers breathtaking 360-degree views of the city – other cool touches include a Woodfire bakery, a Monkey Bar, cutely named Bikini island complete with DJ-corner and complimentary hire of Mini cars and bicycles.

If that’s not enough, there’s even an Airstream street food van permanently parked outside. An all-around wonderful experience!

Pros

Floor-to-ceiling windows and great views

Funky individually designed rooms

Complimentary Mini car and bicycle rentals

DJ corner for entertainment

Cons

Some noise

Breakfast is extra

The partying vibe might not suit everyone

Off Site parking

Best For Partying

nhow Hotel

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Pitched as Europe’s first ‘Music and Lifestyle’ hotel (located in the ultra-trendy area between Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg where bars, cafés, restaurants, shops, and clubs are all form part of the lively hub here, the East Side Gallery is only an 11-minute walk away), this place has quickly gained a reputation for showcasing dazzling design, striking art, and cool music.

As well as 304 futuristic rooms designed by acclaimed New York designer Karim Rashid, 4-star and already exceptionally rated nhow Hotel Berlin is also home to recording suites and music managers and keyboards and guitars are even available on the 24-hour room service menu.

Even the hotel staff at this funky Berlin hotel are music college graduates – great attention to detail! Guests’ rooms feature state-of-the-art stereos and digital interfacing…and make sure you keep an eye out for impromptu gigs taking place on the hotel roof.

Pros

Great location overlooking the Spree River

Europe's first music hotel with recording studios

Lively rooftop events live DJs and electric guitar borrowing

Spa & Sauna facilities

Cons

A lively vibe might not suit everyone

Some noise from events

Breakfast is extra

No onsite swimming pool

Best For Unique Stay

Michelberger

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The exceptionally rated Michelberger Hotel really is in a league of its own. This delightfully unique Berlin hotel (located across the street from Warschauer Straße U-Bahn station for trains to central Berlin and a 10-minute walk from the East Side Gallery) was formed by a group of friends who wanted to create comfortable budget accommodation which felt more like you’re staying in your cool mate’s house.

The end result is an eye-wateringly different hotel with a high-design, uber-trendy but laid-back vibe which perfectly captures the arty, rebellious spirit of Berlin.

Located in an old factory building, the high-ceiling rooms are decked out with kitschy wallpaper, flea-market finds, flat-screen TVs built into reclaimed industrial boxes…and a have-to-be-seen-to-be-believed collection of books!

Pros

Located in the lively Friedrichshain District

Artistic and Rebellious spirit with ultra-unique design

Serves organic meals with local ingredients

Outdoor terrace and cool live events

Cons

Limited onsite amenities

It may become slightly noisy

No fridges in the room

No tea or coffee in the room

Best For Boutique Accommodations

Lulu Guldsmeden

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The exceptionally rated Lulu Guldsmeden is a modern Berlin hotel that has beautiful 81 rooms which are all individually designed and includes six Lulu’s Suites which have their signature four-poster beds.

The trendy Berlin hotel works on an environmentally friendly, sustainable approach and has a sleek, Nordic-inspired design to it.

The building itself dates from the 1850s has an ornate bar, a courtyard, and is located in the ever-popular Mitte district of the city. Rooms at the family-run hotel have quirky features such as swings or hammocks as well as some having a 4-poster bed, iPod docks, and balconies.

Breakfast is an organic buffet and there is also a restaurant offering simple Nordic cuisine using locally sourced ingredients – a beautiful choice in Berlin!

Pros

Eco-friendly with Nordic-Inspired Design

Trendy rooms some with 4-poster beds or lofts

Convenient access to attractions and cultural sites

On-site restaurant with organic Nordic cuisine

Cons

Some noise from the road in some rooms

No onsite spa

No tea or coffee in the rooms

Breakfast is extra

Best For Exceptional Design

Gorki Apartments

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Upscale, contemporary and uniquely decorated, the spacious and exceptionally rated Gorki Apartments are housed in a characterful residential built in the early 1900s.

Located in the trendy, central Mitte (1.2 km from Alexanderplatz square and the Berlin Wall Memorialdistrict the quirky, pet-friendly apartments feature wooden floors, high ceilings, and immaculate decor which has lashings of eclectic accents.

Also expect free Wi-Fi, TVs with satellite channels, balconies, and kitchens complete with handy Nespresso machines.

Opt for one of the two penthouses and you can expect extra rooms and rooftop terraces – perfect for all those Berlin hipster parties!

Pros

Located in a historic building with a truly stunning design

Centrally located in Berlin's trendy Mitte district

Fully equipped kitchen with Nespresso coffee machine and dishwasher

Onsite drinks and cafes nearby for breakfast

Cons

Noise from parties and events

No onsite parking

Self-catering

No onsite restaurant

Best For Millennials and Gen Zs

Moxy Berlin Ostbahnhof

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Newly opened in September 2016, the 4-star and much-loved Moxy Berlin Ostbahnhof has proven to be a popular choice for those who are interested in atmosphere and culture. The Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district is known to be a very hip and creative area, with plenty of choices for nightlife.

The Moxy is part of the Marriott hotel chain but does not feel like a “standard” Marriott hotel. The design of the hotel and rooms is very chic, and the technology is state-of-the-art.

Each room comes equipped with a 42-inch flat-screen TV and USB ports, plus the hotel has writing walls to let you embrace your creativity.

The Moxy does everything to make you feel welcome, including allowing pets at the hotel and providing a welcome drink (alcohol and soft) on arrival!

Pros

Central location close to Berlin's Ostbahnhof train station

Hi-tech and funky decor

Hip cocktail bar and convenience store

Games rooms and free high-speed WiFi

Cons

A lively vibe might not be for everyone

Some noise at night

No fridge in the rooms

No coffee machine in rooms

Best For Rooftop Bar

Hotel Amano

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The highly-rated Hotel Amano Berlin is a sleek, chic, large contemporary hotel located in the fashionable neighborhood of the trendy and central Mitte district (1.2 km from Alexanderplatz square and the Berlin Wall Memorial).

Decorated in the Amano Group’s signature modern purist style, expect luxury finishing such as hardwood herringbone floors and a striking monochrome scheme framed by plush dark drapes. 

The ground floor bistro serves Israeli-influenced French cuisine, the sixth-floor ‘Apartment Bar’ has huge windows affording great views of the Reichstag and the rooftop terrace bar attracts hard-core partygoers. The room rates are reasonable too – bonus! 

Pros

Trendy central location in Mitte District

Hip vibe and ultra-modern design

Stunning views from the roof terrace

Hip bar and some rooms with kitchens and balconies

Cons

Some noise levels due to the location

Busy and popular neighborhood

Rooftop Bar closes in bad weather

Breakfast is extra

Best For Lovely Views

Weinmeister Hotel

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Hip, minimalist, and located in the cool and central Mitte district (1.2 km from Alexanderplatz square and the Berlin Wall Memorial) is this reasonably priced 4-star boutique hotel which also happens to be one of the most popular hotels in Berlin.

Catering to a trendy crowd (without being too intimidating!), the highly-rated Weinmeister Hotel Berlin offers modern rooms, an on-site wellness spa, an urban-chic lounge, and a cool rooftop bar which serves meals and drinks around the clock.

The spacious guest rooms come with huge designer beds, trendy design details, handcrafted lamps, and black-walled showers with rainfall showerheads.

Opt for a sexy upgraded room and you can expect bathtubs and even a quirky room dedicated to a British pop band. A good choice for a chic design hotel which won’t leave you penniless.

Pros

Sought-after location in the trendy Mitte district

On-site wellness spa

Cool rooftop bar and hip lounge

Hip vibe and boutique design

Cons

No parking

No fridge in the room

No safe in the room

No gym

Best For Great Location

The Circus Hotel

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The Circus Hotel is a popular designer budget boutique with that all-important central location right on the northern edge of the trendy Mitte District where it bumps into Prenzlauer Berg – here there are galleries, boutiques, bars, and restaurants galore (2.5 km from Alexanderplatz square and the Berlin Wall Memorial) offers colorful individually designed rooms with bright quirky decor, climate control, free WIFI and satellite TV.

Opt for one of the apartments and you’ll find two to three bedrooms with full kitchens and separate living rooms – perfect for larger groups, longer stays, or families.

A great and exceptionally rated funky option for those seeking a bit of style and space in Berlin without breaking the bank!

Pros

Central location between trendy Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg

Funky decor and hip bar

Cool roof terrace with honesty bar

Rental bicycles

Cons

Possible noise levels due to busy location

Views from the hotel are limited in some rooms

No onsite spa

Not pet-friendly

Best For Trendy Design

Hotel Q

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Trendy and edgier than most, this minimalistic 4-star design hotel (located on Berlin’s famous Kurfürstendamm shopping mile only a 5-minute walk from both Uhlandstrasse U-Bahn station and Savignyplatz S-Bahn station, and 4.5 km from Berlin Potsdamer Platz train station) has a stylish monochrome interior courtesy of the Graft Group, which are apparently Brad Pitt’s favorite architects.

The exceptionally rated Hotel Q Berlin prides itself on the tiniest of details – the lobby is filled with the sounds of the latest funky tunes, the clinical white corridors are artistically lined with red shag pile carpets and the young, affable, dressed-in-black staff know all the best clubs and bars to be seen at.

All the rooms in this fashionable Berlin hotel offer a beautifully chic design, spacious modern bathrooms, and intriguing sloping beds built into the wall. Expect a hip and glamorous crowd!

Pros

Near the famous Kurfürstendamm shopping mile

Modern spa area with a Japanese wash zone and steam bath

Plenty of modern tech

Cons

The hotel's ultra-modern design might not suit everyone

Breakfast is extra

No microwave in the rooms

No onsite swimming pool

Best For Couples

Provocateur

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This stylish and almost provocative boutique hotel is located in Berlin’s Charlottenburg district, just a stone’s throw from Kurfürstendamm and close to historical attractions like Berliner Dom, the Reichstag and the Brandenburg Gate.

The restored 1911 Art Nouveau building has a 1920s theme with mood lighting, dark backgrounds, marble, brass accents and velvet fabrics, a perfect setting for Mata Hari or a staging of Cabaret. The rooms at Provocateur Berlin combine style with comfort; many have balconies, city views and terraces.

The Golden Phoenix restaurant offers a fusion Asian-Peruvian menu and the Phoenix Bar serves up drinks and food in a setting of dramatic luxury.

Pros

Historical building centrally located near Kurfürstendamm shopping street

Stunning urban views from the balconies

Cocktails with an award-winning bar

Vibrant and romantic vibe

Cons

Breakfast is extra

Not for all ages or families

No parking

No onsite spa

Best For Luxury

Sir Savigny Hotel

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The 4-star exceptionally rated Sir Savigny Hotel (housed in a building which dates from 1893) is based in the literary corner of Berlin and has set itself up as a curator of that little piece of city history. Don’t worry, you won’t have to quote Proust at check-in, but throughout the hotel, there are gentle reminders of the building’s cultural background.

This is a small boutique hotel with only 44 rooms so it’s a beautiful oasis of calm away from the hustle and bustle of the up-and-coming bohemian Charlottesburg area where it’s located (only a minute’s walk from the Berlin Savignyplatz S-bahn station for easy access to the rest of the city). 

Combining contemporary cool with old-world decadence, this is a stylish choice with beautiful guest rooms and modern amenities to boot. Opt for a suite if you can, as they also boast a gorgeous freestanding bathtub and balconies.

The central West Berlin location is ideal for those wishing to seek out the surrounding neighborhood’s culture and eclectic style. A beautifully unique Berlin hotel that won’t disappoint!

Pros

Striking upscale design details and some rooms have large bathtubs

Located in sophisticated Charlottenburg district

Stylish in-house kitchen and bar

Custom furnishings and chic art nouveau-inspired decor

Cons

Location in West Berlin might not suit all

Some rooms can be a little dark

Small hotel vibe

No parking

Best For Funky Vibe

The Social Hub Alexanderplatz

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Imagine a student hostel that’s all grown up and become a 4-star hotel, and that’s what you’ll find at The Social Hub Berlin Alexanderplatz. There are all the coworking spaces where bright minds spark each other, the fun events and the creative energy buzzing around.

Add a great location in the Mitte district near Museum Island and Holzmarkt, and you have a hotel for globe-travelling cosmopolitans.  Accommodations are available for student, hotel and extended stays. The luxurious rooms have quirky, colorful décor and work desks, and also free WIFI and a wardrobe to help you settle in comfortably. There’s a sun terrace where you can relax, a fitness center, and a funky restaurant.

Pros

Central location in buzzing Alexanderplatz

Fun vibe with a cocktail bar and funky on-site restaurant

Relaxing sun terrace

Gym and table tennis

Co-working spaces and some rooms with kitchens

Cons

Busy co-working spaces

Potential noise levels

Not aimed at all ages

No spa

Parking is extra

Best For Quirky-chic Decor

Hotel Ackselhaus

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Hotel Ackselhaus is an eclectically styled intimate boutique hotel with classy, groovy decor and gorgeous courtyard gardens – the decor of the hotel is truly outstanding and draws visitors from all over the world.

Housed in a beautifully restored 19th-century building, the beautiful highly rated 4-star hotel enjoys an upmarket Berlin location on a leafy road in the middle of affluent Prenzlauer Berg (one of Berlin’s most charismatic residential neighborhoods, filled with cafes, historic buildings and indie boutiques just North of the city center).

Globe-trotting, free-thinking entrepreneur Ulf Acksel is the brains behind the venture and each room (or mini apartment) has the feel of an elaborate film set designed in a stunning mix of exotic, colonial, and marine styles – just fabulous darling!

Pros

Insta-worthy quirky and elegant decor

Courtyard gardens and some rooms with bathtubs and 4-poster beds

Restored 19th-century building

Mini apartments instead of standard rooms

Cons

Slightly higher rates

Not pet-friendly

Early check-out

No onsite breakfast

Best For Indoor Swimming Pool

SO Berlin Das Stue

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“Stue” is Danish for living room, but this gorgeous upscale hotel has been designed by Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola. However, it is inspired by German author Christian Morgernstern who said: “You are not at home where you live, but where you are understood.”

This stunning boutique hotel is luxury all around; 78 rooms of 5* accommodation, plus an indoor swimming pool and spa. The chic Berlin hotel even has its own Michelin-star restaurant – Cinco by Paco Perez SO Berlin Das Stue is situated next to the famous Tiergarten Park, which you can even access directly from the hotel terrace.

If you opt for an upgrade you’ll get your own private terrace or balcony in your room, which will most definitely be worth it!

Pros

Located in a stately 1930s neoclassical building

Trendy Mitte District Location

Chic bar with live music

Indoor swimming pool

Spa & Sauna

Cons

Higher price room rates

Breakfast is extra

No onsite parking

Best For Great Breakfast

Max Brown

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The exceptionally rated Max Brown Hotel is a charming, conveniently located hotel a 15-minute walk from Kurfürstendamm, the German equivalent of the Champs-Élysées and lined with boutiques and trendy restaurants (and only a few minute’s walk from a U-Bahn station which will take you to the rest of the city sites).

Everything about this retro/modern Berlin abode oozes an elegant eclectic class and it successfully blends the old with the new.

The 70 bedrooms are equipped with everything a traveller needs to make their time in a new city easy including WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and other hotel facilities including a hip dining area and a boutique design. The 24/7 front desk staff are on hand to help with organising tours and excursions while the brightly designed bar and lobby offer respite from the busy days sight-seeing…oh and kids under 12 stay for free – nice!

Cons

Some rooms have small shower areas

Parking is extra

No fridge in the rooms

Breakfast is extra

Best For Wellness Facilities

Titanic Chaussee

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Well hello, Mr Michelin Star! The 4-star exceptionally rated The Titanic Chaussee has found itself in the Michelin catalogue this year and it’s no surprise why with the myriad of gourmet food on offer – no matter what your gastronomic needs are, the Titanic Chaussee seems to have it covered.

But there’s more to this fabulously chic Berlin hotel than just food! It also has a fantastic hipster location right at the edge of the central creative center – Hackescher Markt in the Mitte District (just a 2-minute walk from the Naturkundemuseum U-Bahn station, and 2 km from both Brandenburg Gate) and it shows in the stunning and contemporary design of the German hotel.

The influence of the nearby artistic quarter is also reflected across its numerous hip restaurants and the bar which has a cool art deco vibe as well the beautiful guest rooms which are bright, colorful and homely. Other hotel amenities include a very elegant spa, an excellent indoor pool, and a gym…and if you want to make the of the city views opt for a suite with a balcony! 

Pros

Hip Mitte District location

Upscale Art Deco design and chic onsite dining

It includes an indoor swimming pool and a spa

Stunning views from balconies

Cons

Some facilities have an additional cost

Breakfast is extra

Limited breakfast menu

Not many English-speaking channels on TV

Best For Budget Travelers

Motel One Mitte

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Ideal designer Berlin city accommodation for the budget-conscious, the popular and exceptionally rated  Motel One offers trendy, comfortable rooms for two-star prices.

Located in the central and uber-trendy Mitte district (1.2 km from Alexanderplatz square and the Berlin Wall Memorial) all the rooms have a striking turquoise, grey, and white signature color scheme, and come with a flat-screen TV and a classy en-suite granite bathroom.

Downstairs the stylish lobby has a distinctive retro feel with dark wooden floors, leather cube stools, shag pile rugs, and a collection of seventies-inspired turquoise swivel chairs – a fabulous designer budget!

Pros

Trendy design and welcomes dogs

Central location in lively Kreuzberg district

A blend of retro-inspired and modern interior

Public transportation accessibility

Cons

No kettle in the rooms

Breakfast is extra

Weekday breakfast stops at 10 am

Best For Art Lovers

Arte Luise Kunsthotel

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More of a living art gallery than a hotel, this highly-rated unusual Berlin hotel is housed in a lovingly restored neo-classical mansion (located just a short walk from the Reichstag and Brandenburg Gate) which dates back from 1825.

Catering to hip “individualists” Arte Luise Kunsthotel actually started life as an art project and morphed into a hotel further down the line. Every one of the 50 rooms has been individually designed by a renowned artist, ensuring guests have an ultra-unique hotel experience.

Located in the trendy central Mitte district (1.2 km from Alexanderplatz square and the Berlin Wall Memorial) you’ll have easy access to a plentiful supply of art galleries, excellent restaurants and cool Berlin bars.

Cons

Some noise from outside

No fridges in the rooms

No lift

Cheaper Rooms and Shared Bathrooms

Best For Urban Explorers

about:berlin Hotel

about:berlin Hotel is located near Kurfürstendamm and all the fun and excitement, but it’s also like a world of its own with quiet corners where you can feel at home. The trendy and homelike lobby with comfortable sofas, bookshelves and a well-stocked fridge is a good place to unwind or to meet new friends.

The rooms mostly overlook the quiet central courtyard and have comfortable ergonomic furniture and cute little balconies. They range in size from S to XL, and apartments are available for longer stays. A fresh breakfast with organic ingredients is served every morning with fair-traded Ethiopian coffee, and you can have food delivered to your room from local restaurants.

Pros

Contemporary design and relaxing courtyard

Convenient location close to Kurfürstendamm boulevard

Some family-friendly studios with kitchen

Some ergonomic furniture

Cons

Some rooms don’t have fridges

No onsite bar

No onsite Spa

Best Hotels in Berlin Compared

We at Global Grasshopper have made a detailed comparison of the top 20 Cool and Unique Hotels in Berlin 2023 in the following table:

Hotel Name LocationPrice Range (per night) Fitness FacilitiesDistane to Attractions(km)Nearby Restaurants
25 Hours Hotel BikiniBudapester Str. 40, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf$252-$445Yes0.46
nhow HotelStralauer Allee 3, Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg$256-$412Yes0.83
MichelbergerWarschauer Str. 39-40, Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg$333-$360Yes0.74
Lulu GuldsmedenPotsdamer Straße 67, Mitte,$215-$470No0.55
Gorki ApartmentsWeinbergsweg 25, Mitte$568-$828No0.47
MoxyAndreasstrasse 76-78, Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg$228-$314No0,45
Hotel AmanoAuguststr. 43/Ecke Rosenthaler Str., Mitte$232-$362No0.47
Weinmeister HotelWeinmeisterstraße 2, Mitte$206-$315Yes0.35
The Circus HotelRosenthalerstr. 1, Mitte$225-$742Yes0.47
Hotel QKnesebeckstr. 67, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf$201-$419Yes0.44
ProvocateurBrandenburgische Str. 21, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf$233-$1024No1,42
Sir Savigny HotelKantstr. 144, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf$230-$456No17
The Social Hub AlexanderplatzAlexanderstraße 40, Mitte,$229-$551Yes0.54
Hotel AckselhausBelforter Straße 21, Prenzlauer Berg$766-$806No0.25
SO Berlin Das StueDrakestrasse 1, Mitte$813-$5432Yes0.52
Max BrownUhlandstraße 49, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf,$227-$362No13
Titanic ChausseeChausseestraße 30, Mitte$234-$516Yes0.55
Motel One MittePrinzenstr. 40-42, Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg$170-$190No0.43
Arte Luise KunsthotelLuisenstr. 19, Mitte$156-$202No0.44
about:berlin HotelTauentzienstr. 8, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf$207-$287Yes0.63
 

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  1. Wow, you’ve picked out some spectacular design hotels here – next time I go to Berlin I’ll be picking one of these for sure 🙂

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  2. Awesome list – we are going to Berlin in June. Thanks for the tips. And if you are ever in Havana come have the best Cuban Mojito at the Havana House on us!

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  3. Thanks for that list. I live in Berlin but often have people asking for recommendations for unique hotels. It will be great to just point them to this post!

    I had no idea there were so many funky hotels here btw.

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  4. I live in Berlin, but before I moved here I stayed in Ostel. It has great decor and an interesting feel, plus budget prices. For a more central option, I’d go for Motel One from your list above. Sure, it’s not quite as interesting as some of the others, but it’s very central and you could walk to most places of interest, no problem.

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  5. Are those caskets I am seeing at the Propeller Island City Lodge Hotel? If so, are guests able to stay in them? That is crazy, but so absurd that I would really love having an opportunity to stay there. I find strange things to be really interesting, and to have the opportunity to go to Germany; then stay in a casket, would just make for a really interesting story and vacation altogether. Very cool stuff here!

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  6. Thanks for this great list of cool design hotels in Berlin! love the lights at Ku Damm 101 I would stay here if I had the choice 🙂

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  7. I love the look of all these hotels to be honest but if I had to choose one to stay in I would probably choose Hotel Bikini – it looks like a lot of fun and that lobby looks incredible!

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  8. This is an awesome list of hotels, it’s really hard to choose just one but it’s a toss up between the Honigmond Garden Hotel, Arte Luise Kunsthotel and the quirky looking Ostel – fabulous!

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