The Brandenburger Hof Hotel is a strong contrast to the stately-esque hotels which comprise the majority of luxury hotels in Berlin. Small, intimate, and impressively modern, Brandenburger Hof draws great influence from Bauhaus school, and its charming atmosphere and service makes it one of the city’s top boutique hotels.
The contrast between Brandenburger Hof and many of the other luxury and boutique hotels in Berlin is itself part of the theme. The elegant modern interiors of the hotel, which draw a large influence from the Bauhaus School of Architecture (which was itself located in Berlin between 1932 to 1933), and other influence from minimalist designs of today, make for a hotel with a smooth, sophisticated, and cool vibe, and a world class level of service.
Brandenburger Hof, with 72 rooms, is an intimate affair. The hotel’s rooms are each well appointed, fusing minimalist and Bauhaus designs to create a comfortable relaxation environment. Rooms all feature platform beds, with sophisticated furniture designed by Mies and le Corbusier. Floors are heated, and free wifi internet and minibars can be found throughout.
The Brandenburger Hof Hotel has facilities to rival even the largest hotels in Berlin. Its elegant cigar lounge, piano bar, and library are great places for relaxing, whilst guests have access to a 24 hour gym, sauna, and pool. Spa treatments are available, and the hotel’s garden is a great oasis in the heart of the city.
The Brandenburger Hof Hotel is located in close proximity to Kurfürstendamm, Berlin’s version of the Champs-Élysées, perfect for exploring the areas luxurious boutiques and eating in some of the city’s finest restaurants. The Tiergarten is a short stroll away, as are the major sites and attractions of Berlin.