Cosmo Hotel Berlin Mitte offers both a sanctuary and starting point for cosmopolitan lifestyle-addicts who visit the German capital to soak up its rich cultural life, but also want a comfortable and invigorating place to take a load off at the end of the day. The boutique hotel in Berlin’s hip Mitte district is also an ever-evolving hub of cultural activity where artists, architects, designers, and other creatives continually redefine their city and regularly launch international trends. From Ottmar Pohl-Hoffbauer’s elegant and timeless scent restaurant, specializing in local dishes made from sustainable and organic ingredients, to 84 minimalist rooms and relaxation spaces, Cosmo offers cosmopolitan citizens personal attention and access to the best of real Berlin.
TXL - Berlin Tegel Airport
Food & Drink
Organically-certified Scent Restaurant & Bar
Spa & Recreation
Conference & Meetings
2 meeting rooms
Rooms & Suites
Cosmo’s 84 guestrooms are beautiful expressions of warmth, with a cool edge of sophistication. Each is lined with either smooth parquet flooring or elegant carpeting and complemented by well-designed contemporary furniture and décor accents that highlight the welcomingly lit spaces. Warm shades of spice, such as cinnamon, are contrasted by silver pieces in Cosmo Hotel’s rooms and suites. Climate- and noise-regulated windows ensure that the bustling city below does not disturb the peace and tranquility the rooms evoke. In the bathrooms are paraben-free cosmetics in biodegradable JUST bottles.
Originally from Stuttgart, Gösta Gassmann is the son of Karl Friedrich, one of Playa de las Americas's hotel pioneers. In 1998 he opened the Ocean Drive Ibiza, one of the first members of Design Hotels™. Attracted by the dynamic and international scene of Berlin boutique hotels, Gassmann opened the Cosmo Hotel in the German capital’s Mitte district in early 2010. Today, Gösta Gassmann manages a total of nine boutique hotels in Berlin, Munich, Mallorca, Ibiza, and similarly desirable destinations, in collaboration with his brother Axel.