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Ku’Damm 101 brands itself as a “lifestyle” hotel, aiming to embody the kind of place that young trendy travelers want to be. This boutique hotel achieves this by paying close attention to what their guests actually want from a modern urban hotel experience, and delivering it seamlessly. It succeeds in being both casual and aspirational, with a luxury approach to design and service at affordable prices.
The hotel specializes in ultra-minimalist decor, inspired by the Bauhaus concepts of Le Corbusier and executed in sustainable materials. The rooms are all spacious and attentively designed, blending comfort, practicality, and style. Most of them feature designer furniture, which you are encouraged to move around as you like in order to make yourself at home.
There is not a fitness suite, but there is a spa which includes a delightful lemongrass-scented sauna. The lobby bar is a great place to hang out and meet people, and the buffet breakfast is exceptionally fresh and varied.
As the name implies, Ku’Damm 101 is located on the iconic Kurfürstendamm shopping avenue, which great news for its guests (and bad news for their wallets). It is a bit far from any gay nightlife, but you can take a bus directly from the front of the hotel to the main gay area within about 20 minutes. S Halensee S-Bahn station is also nearby, which is handy for covering long distances across the city.
♥ Sleek and practical design
♥ Great value for money in the 4-star range
♥ Excellent location for shopping