After opening its doors in June 2010, The Weinmeister, has already become wholly synonymous with Berlin itself: thrilling, seductively chic and luxuriously exuberant.
The shimmering facade of the building earned the hotel its pseudonym ‘The Golden Cage’ and similarly, the interior doesn’t fail to impress. Reading as a simultaneous nod to the punk aesthetics of American fashion designer Rick Owens and to the continuity and suppleness of form exemplified in the works of Joseph Beuys, the interior meshes perfectly with the stylish vibe of the hotel. Muted colors and designer touches lace every corner of their 88 rooms, where you will find Apple iMacs present in place of television sets and complimentary Asprey London cosmetic boxes and hand-tailored pyjamas awaiting you on arrival.
The Weinmeister caters perfectly for the stylish traveler. Whether visiting for business or pleasure, guests are indulged with around the clock comfort executed by consistently attentive staff. With its spa, excellent restaurant and bar that boasts an invite-only rooftop area with views of Berlin’s iconic TV tower, it’s a surprise anyone would leave at all.