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Das Stue

Design hotel inspired by Berlin’s zoo

The lovingly decorated, spacious Das Stue hotel – Danish for living room – owes its name to the building's original designation as Berlin's Danish embassy, but also to declare the hotel an urban refuge; a salon that offers relaxation in the hectic city. Das Stue's 80 rooms, designed by Catalan interiors firm LVG arquitectura, are minimalist and chic, offering expansive views across the neighbouring Tiergarten, or zoo. Guests are invited to make use of the hotel’s many distractions: a spa and fitness room, as well as two restaurants by Michelin-starred Catalan chef Paco Pérez.

 

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