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The ninth edition of the Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art opened over the weekend. In case you’re in town, or plan on visiting in advance of Art Basel next week, we’ve rounded up a list of where to stay in Berlin.
SOHO HOUSE BERLIN
Set within a restored Bauhaus building in the Mitte district, this private member club and hotel offers 65 rooms, 20 apartments, four lofts, a full Cowshed spa and gym, rooftop pool, screening room, four bars, an excellent Italian restaurant, Cecconi’s, which is open to the public, and The Red Room—a live music and events space in the basement. Soho House Berlin also offers The Store on the lower levels—a place to eat, relax, and shop, open to both the members and the public. The unique space is filled with colorful rugs and furniture, burning candles and playing records, and everything that you see, experience, or relax on is for sale.
+4930 405 04 40
This elegant hotel, originally built in the 1930s and designed by German architect Johann Emil Schaudt, boasts open spaces and an overall minimalist design. Under artistic direction by Patricia Urquiola, the cocktail bar, lobby, and restaurant interiors were finalized by LVG Arquitectura. The hotel offers an indoor swimming pool, glass sauna, gym, library lounge, and two restaurants. Chef Paco Perez leads Das Stue’s two dining experiences—The Casual, and the one Michelin star restaurant Cinco—with exquisite dishes.
+4930 311 72 20