Rather like an oasis, the luxury boutique hotel Das Stue is situated in the heart of the city’s embassy district right next to Tiergarten park and with its own private entrance to Berlin Zoo. This listed building, which formally housed the Royal Danish Embassy, was built in the neo-classical style in the late 1930s based on plans drawn up by Johann Emil Schaudt, the architect who also designed Berlin’s famous KaDeWe department store. Inside, Das Stue is a homage to art and photography – the public areas were created by top Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola, while the private photographic collections of the families that own the hotel adorn not only the public areas but also the guest rooms, showcasing fashion photography and portraits of famous personalities such as Horvat, Steichen and Newton. Both of the hotel’s restaurants are infused with Spanish lifestyle and bear the signature of Catalan star chef Paco Pérez: “Cinco”, our fine dining restaurant that has been awarded a Michelin star, and “The Casual”, where the concept of tapas is reinterpreted and shared eating is celebrated.
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