At the beginning of April, we visited Berlin, I wrote a general review over on Betty Magazine but I’ll be posting separate posts here, with more pictures on the places we loved the most during our 48 hours in Berlin.
I have to start with our accommodation. Initially we created a wish list over on AirBnB and stalked a few places that only released dates a few weeks at a time but as our flight date got nearer, we started looking at alternatives and having already been smitten with Soho House stays in Miami and Babington House in Somerset, we decided to make the most of our first trip in 3.5 years and go for Soho House Berlin. I think you’d have to be an extraordinarily hard person to please if you don’t fall completely in love with this place, we did, not least because somehow we were kindly given a room upgrade and our new room was bigger than our entire London flat! Like with all Soho House properties, the thoughtfulness in providing everything you need (giant bed, complimentary Cowshed toiletries, hair straightners and hair dryer) to everything you didn’t think you might need like a Nespresso Machine, Record Player, Cookies, Radio, 10 pillows and a giant free standing bath just makes your stay all the more special. Actually it was really hard to leave…
Reception has an impressive sweeping staircase, this space then flows into their cool cocktail bar and to the right you enter their huge Concept Store, which is a gently winding space that begins with a huge plant installation and leads to a coffee shop, a shelved area stacked with art books, clothing concessions, sofas and tables to eat or work and finally ending up at their restaurant.
During our visit there was this stunning copper table filled with cacti and succulents.
Naturally, such a large space needs some art
During our stay the rooftop pool was closed for refurbishment which was a shame but I’m sure if you visit you’ll get to experience that space and the bar on the top floors, which from the pictures I’ve seen looks absolutely incredible.
We loved our stay, if you’d like more details visit Soho House Berlin here