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The place has a Birkenstock heart; the 60 stylish rooms, as well as the common spaces, are decorated with environmentally friendly untreated woods and all-natural textiles.
This hotel occupies a restored 19th-century building located on a quiet street. The sophisticated interiors are made of natural materials.
Opened in 1995, Berlin's first design hotel is relatively unassuming, with simple and serene rooms decorated with untreated oak, polished stone, and neutral shades. Full review →
Rooms are small, minimalist, and furnished in carefully chosen natural materials. Full review →
On a leafy avenue, the stylish Bleibtreu pioneered sustainable hospitality long before everyone else jumped on the bandwagon. Full review →
The welcoming guestrooms in this restored 19 patrician house are well furnished in a modern style.
The Bleibtreu Hotel is a boutique property with 60 rooms that has managed to become part of the neighborhood. Full review →
With an interior designed by Herbert Jacob Weinand and eco-minded furnishings handcrafted in Germany and Italy, this unique and discreet hotel has bright white rooms.
Guests here have a plethora of pretty streetside cafes and art galleries at their beck and call, and there are plenty of real estate offices touting multi-million-euro flats and mansions. Full review →
Opened in 1995, this four-star boutique hotel offers an intimate atmosphere, stylish contemporary design and an enviable location on a quiet street just off Kurfürstendamm, West Berlin’s most bustling boulevard. Full review →
The Bleibtreu is a friendly, smart and cosy establishment. The rooms are on the smaller side, but they're all very modern, and decorated with environmentally sound materials. Full review →
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