- restaurante, aparcamiento, céntrico
- Hotel Type: Boutique, Diseño, Urbano, Histórico
- El tamaño del hotel (número de habitaciones): 145
- Check-in: 15:00 | Check-out: 12:00
- We would like to point out that the GRACE Bar is accessible without restrictions for every hotel guest until 8 pm. Tuesdays until Sundays from 8 pm, the Grace bar is operated by an external partner
accesible con silla de ruedas
Berlín, Alemania Mapa
ruido solo con la ventana abierta
eventos en el hotel
distrito / barrio Charlottenburg
2 km (A100)
estación de tren
0,5 km (Zoologischer Garten)
10 km (Tegel (TXL))
An old gem is polished. Hotel Zoo, once the pride of Berlin’s Kurfurstendamm, has risen again with a redesign by Dayna Lee, Principal Designers of their NY and LA based Powerstrip Studio, who have resuscitated the world famous venue by embracing its past glory, and simultaneously installing a firm sense of modernity. Once a tony private residence, the 1911 building then became the VIP hotel hosting the Berlin International Film Festival. Dayna and their multi-disciplined design team acknowledge its past resulting with a chic starlet on one of the world’s grandest boulevards. Spacious rooms and suites feature bespoke furnishings and a bold Berliner spirit. Theatrical flourishes include original soaring ceilings, luxurious fabrics, generational estate furniture and trimmed with a nod towards its eccentric location near the Zoo. In the heart of the hotel, a bright winter garden with a flickering fireplace, suffuses warmth and natural light upon classic cocktails, fun dining hosted by world-renowned Berlin DJs. Welcome the leader of cool in Berlin’s revived City West neighborhood.
Great cities are defined by their grandest boulevards. With an enviable position on the prestigious Kurfurstendamm (Ku’Damm) in Berlin’s City West, Hotel Zoo’s splendor is matched by its surroundings. Often compared to Paris’ Champs Elysees, Kurfurstendamm is lined with a wealth of luxury boutiques, premium car showrooms and high-end residences, neighbored by a throng of galleries, bars and restaurants. The boulevard dates to the mid-16th century, and in the 1920’s was infamous for its pull of intellectuals and bohemians to its jazz bars, theatres and cabarets. The hotel is ideally placed for visitors wanting to explore historical and cultural attractions of the former West Berlin, including Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and the modernist Schaubuhne am Lehniner Platz theatre, while Emil Schaudt’s KaDeWe is within walking distance.