Das Stue Hotel is located in Berlin diplomatic district, between Tiergarten Park and the Zoo, in the heart of the German capital.
Originally built in the 1930’s, Das Stue’s diplomatic legacy is still evident in its modernist façade, designed by German architect Johann Emil Schaudt and inspired by Danish classicism.
Today, Das Stue Hotel interiors feature open spaces and contemporary minimalist design. During renovations, a new wing was added on the building’s former back courtyard.
The Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola artistically directed and designed all public spaces such as the lobby, cocktail bar and restaurants, furnished with pieces from B&B Italia Husk collection.
LVG Arquitectura finalized the interior room and suite design. Each of the 78 guestrooms is outfitted in subdued modern decor that emphasizes polished surfaces and rich fabrics.
Das Stue’s daylight Spa offers three treatment rooms, an indoor swimming pool, a glass sauna and gym. In addition to the wellness centre, two library lounges offer guests a private retreat to relax.
Spanish chef Paco Perez, who has earned 4 Michelin stars in his two restaurants in Spain, leads the culinary direction of Das Stue. The hotel’s bar is located in the rear zone of the lounge, has access to a terrace and a view on the Zoo through expansive windows.