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Standing in stately splendour at the heart of Germany’s capital, the boutique Das Stue hotel offers guests a luxury retreat in beautiful surrounds. Housed in the former Danish Embassy, Das Stue is set amidst the lush Tiergarten Park and adjacent to Berlin Zoo.
This boutique hotel is comprised of 78 spacious rooms, all of which feature ensuite bathrooms, king sized beds and air conditioning, ensuring a comfortable and hassle-free stay. Most rooms are complete with floor to ceiling windows, providing views of the stunning Tiergarten or the animals of Berlin Zoo, while the spacious Suites boast the addition of separate living areas. Some accommodations have balconies or terraces from which to enjoy the views over Berlin, with a good book in hand.
There is a dining area at Das Stue to suit every mood and occasion. For fine dining and Mediterranean cuisine, guests can visit the Cinco by Paco Pérez, or on those more laid back days, The Casual is the perfect spot to head to. Serving tapas dishes all-day and breakfast first thing, this is the hotel's social hub and the place to enjoy sharing food with friends and family. During the summer months, The Casual hosts Thursday night tapas BBQs on the terrace. Visit Stue bar to discover whiskies and cognacs which are exclusively available at the hotel and on a Friday, enjoy the live music while sipping your favourite tipple.
Das Stue's central location makes it the perfect place from which to discover Berlin's many wonders. If it is history and cultural you're after, the magnificent Victory Column, Reichstag Building and Holocaust Memorial can be found close by. Alternatively, it is only a short walk from KaDeWe and Kurfürstendamm or take a short drive to the shopping and art districts in East and West Berlin. For a break from sightseeing, head to the hotel's spa.
Why we love it
When staying at Das Stue, guests gain exclusive access to the wonders of Berlin Zoo through the hotel's private entrance.
Harriet, Original Traveller