Das Stue in Berlin is known for its level of luxury. It is a place where you can relax in a wonderful spa, have a 30-course meal courtesy of Michelin-starred Catalan chef Paco Pérez and reach all of Berlin’s best bits in an easy stroll. The bar overlooking the zoo offers drinks, tapas and Dj nights on week-ends and the hotel has an indoor pool, a sauna and a fitness. Das Stue provides you with a wonderful boutique hotel experience in the cool German capital.
The interior is designed by Spanish architect Patricia Urquiola, who became famous after the impressive interior at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Barcelona, my favorite hotel so far. Her style is fresh, pure and challenging.
Urquiola knows how to use historic facets in a modern environment. The Danish ambassey is an old, historic building with a giant hall and staircase. When I look at the pictures of Das Stue, this entrance has her signature. The light, art and building are in perfect harmony!