What We Love
- A high-design hotel in fashionable Mitte, with breakfast and a discount on facialsStaying in dynamic Mitte, just steps from some of Berlin’s coolest bars and boutiques
- Being cocooned in statement-making wingback beds that stand in the center of each room
- Kicking back with delicious secret-recipe liquors in the ground-floor Schwarz Bar
What To Know
- Like to sleep in late? No problem, the hotel serves breakfast until 1 pm
- Located just a short walk from Alexanderplatz Square and right next to the Weinmeisterstraße Underground Station
- Free WiFi throughout
As edgy, playful and cool as Berlin itself, The Weinmeister is a trendy pad that’s become a favorite among the city’s creative types, fashionistas and design professionals. This four-star hotel is the stuff dreams are made of for anyone who likes their aesthetics minimalist and monochrome. In the glossy guest rooms, dark wood furnishings, hand-crafted lamps, and statement-making wingback beds take center stage. There’s also a sleek sixth-floor spa and a the cool Schwarz Bar on the ground floor, where you can sample herbal liquors.
But it’s the vibrant Mitte setting that’s the real winner; you couldn’t get much closer to the German capital’s ultra-hip galleries, boutiques, restaurants and bars. From here, it’s easy to discover the city’s shows-stoppers. Most worthwhile is visiting Museum Island, relaxing at Tiergarten public park, learning more about the Berlin Wall at the official Berlin Wall Memorial, and stocking up at all sorts of goodies at Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe), Europe’s second-largest department store.
Good to know
Please note that a city tax of 5% of the total stay is payable directly to the hotel upon check-out.
Spa treatments should be booked in advance.
This offer includes holiday availability for December 2017, should you wish to book a festive escape ahead of time. To find out more about the magical markets that come alive in Berlin at the end of each year, please click here.
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We stayed here 3 nights as a couple. I had read the reviews and was interested to see it in person. Needless to say, we were not disappointed! As some other reviewers noted, their front door is atypical to say the least. Look for John Travolta and Samuel Jackson holding selfie sticks instead of guns, as in Pulp Fiction. We loved all the beautifully clever artwork in the stairwells and throughout the hotel.
All the staff were exceedingly pleasant and professional from check-in to check-out. Daniel, our bartender is a wonderful compliment to the staff. Whoever does their hiring and training has done a good job!
Our room was very well appointed with a large bathtub, large shower and nice vanity area. The king-sized bed was very comfortable. My only suggestion is to add nightstands to the arrangement somehow.
We did not eat breakfast there but there are several eateries/cafes in the area, including Einstein's in the back courtyard. We did use room service for morning coffee. It came quickly and was good quality.
My only two requests are that the owner consider adding spa facilities such as a jacuzzi, steam and dry sauna. I would gladly pay an extra e10/day to use them. I was also disappointed the rooftop terrace was not open. I would have liked to enjoy a drink out there while enjoying the view.
We will be back!
Hotel great. Clean, spacious room. Everything as it should be. Service excellent. Location good - lots of bars, restaurants and cafes close by. Not far from airport bus drop off. WiFi good. Would return.
Delightful staff, clean, trendy, boutique hotel. Lovely beds. No coffee in the room though and breakfast just across the yard with a good variety of food with vegetarian alternatives and good coffee and friendly staff although busy. Nice bar in the reception. Lots of nice restaurants close by and shopping as well.
I have no idea how to describe this hotel... it's adults only, the centre-point of the room is the bed, it's slogan is "What goes at TWM, stays at TWM"... I mean, is it a sex hotel? Despite that, the lobby seems respectable and the staff are super friendly and polite, everyone seems to be above-board. It's very conflicting. The first thing you'll notice is that the entrance is basically a hole in a wall painted over with tacky graffiti. That graffiti, love or hate it (I hate it), is all over the stairwell too.
It's truly bizarre and quite possibly it is a sex hotel sometimes - who knows - but in any case I enjoyed staying here. It was well located, quiet and functional.
Oh, but bring your own pillows. The ones here are awful.
For over 140 euros there are much better places to stay in Berlin. Don’t be sucked in by pictures of big rooms, the standard rooms are tiny with just enough room for the bed.
The lobby is nice but the rest of the hotel feels like student halls from the 90s.
Poor quality throughout, awful pillows (I’ve never complained about pillows before), no tea and coffee in room, air con is very noisy, window opens into noisy court yard with people keeping you awake.
I’ve stayed in 5 hotels in Berlin and this is the worst.