Black and white tiled flooring, a rooftop swimming pool and breathtaking views of the Mitte District are some of the exquisite treats of the Soho House in Berlin. With interior design made from Susie Atkinson and Michaelis Boyd Associates (Tim Boyd and Alex Michaelis), this 40 room structure dating back to 1928 emanates with fine culture and offers a wide array of entertainment including  brasseries, clubs, restaurants, private cinemas and boutiques.

Old fashioned cocktail nights take over the atmosphere of this hotel’s signature room where guests are seated in a screening library. The night life here is transient because of the daily changing programs of the boutique disco in the “Red Room.” The ghosts of 1930 and 1940s décor are brought to life in the interiors of the bedrooms from the 3rd to the 6th floor. Soft tones, deco lighting, unique furniture and sanitary ware from an ancient world accent every room. One of the finer pleasantries of this living experience is the free standing bathroom that includes a lady blowing away bubbles while her leg is elevated.

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