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.
How to Get There
Excellent location – 8 min walking from Alexanderplatz which was a bonus for us.
Good transports around the hotel. Staff very helpful and friendly.
Room is small but comfortable and clean, good for short stays (4/5 days)
Breakfast seemed really poor and expensive.. we end up having it somewhere else.
Not many restaurants close to the hotel, you have to walk 8/10min to find good and affordable ones.
No mini fridge in the room
Fabulous hotel in the Mitte district of Berlin. Cute and quirky. The rooms are incredible. Everything was faultless from our room size to our giant bed and the amazing waterfall shower. So much thought was put into the interior. The staff are friendly and helpful, although they could be a bit more proactive in keeping homeless people coming into the lobby to beg at bay. €6 for a bottle of water is also absolutely outrageous!
Amazing stay in this boutique hotel. We had a great last minute deal and a little upgrade with a better view when we arrived.
The hotel is in a great area - Mitte - everything can be reached by walking or public transport.
Only negative - the hot tub area at the top was closed.
I'm fully aware that for some usual peak-time reasons the prices of the rooms were skyrocketing during the period of my staying in Berlin. Still the level of services and comfort not even got close to justify the amount of money I've been request for 2 nights at the Weinmeister. I've been here before, and was totally attracted by the cool atmosphere, the contemporary and cutting edge approach to hospitality. That time, a brand of headphones was showcasing its product at the hotel, so every guest could personally test those products through purpose built sound stations placed in the lobby. In my room, a fully equipped iMac functioned as music and video player with songs from one of my favourite bands pre-downloaded on iTunes. This time, nothing similar was happening and although the cool atmpsphere is still there in terms of design and the location is one of the most strategic in town, the feeling I had is I was overpaying something pretty average. My room was so tiny, I could barely walk at the side of the bed. Toiletterie looked cheap and there was no shampoo (let alone conditioner or body lotion...). As for breakfast, you have the chance either having a croissant and caffe at the lobby or having a larger breakfast at the near Einstein Cafè, right cross the courtyard. Sorry guys, my idea of an expensive 5-star hotel is way differente from this. I appreciate the contemporary feeling and the artpieces in the staircase but I need a proper desk to work in my room during business trips, I want a large, comprehensive breakfast without going out the building and (yes!) I want top quality shampoo and conditioner in my bathroom, possibly from a trusted, pricy beauty international brand. As I said, I feel like I wasted a fair amount of money.
I booked this place because of the location, the rooftop bar and the "boutique" label. Friendly check-in but the rooftop bar was closed with no info about that on the website. I had booked meetings up there and had to move them around. Ironically, the day after they posted about their great rooftop bar on their Instagram.
The room was fine. Nothing spectacular. Except the vent in the bathroom made a noise 24/7. Lighter sleepers beware of room 218.
The lobby area was always devoid of interesting life, which is usually not the case on a busy weekend in a European capital, but that says it all, really.
Buffet brunch for €16 was mediocre. I rented a bike for two days but had to spend time convincing them to let me rent it for 1 hour one morning for a meeting. I shouldn't have to even discuss that as a customer. Bike rental is so normal at hotels around the world that hourly rates should be a no-brainer.
There are loads of hotels in the area. Choose another one. The Camper next door looked really cool.