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      Das Stue

      Rooms 78   Architecture Johann Emil Schaudt, Annette Axthelm   Interior Design LVG Arquitectura S.L.P, Studio Urquiola
      The Original Aurora Fierro, Daniel Aristot, Juanjo Gimeno

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      Rooms
      78
      Architecture
      Johann Emil Schaudt, Annette Axthelm
      Interior
      Design LVG Arquitectura S.L.P, Studio Urquiola
      The Original Aurora Fierro, Daniel Aristot, Juanjo Gimeno
      —Steps from the Neue Nationalgalerie, the Berlin Philharmonie, and Potsdamer Platz, Das Stue exalts history, romantic wilderness, and cosmopolitan culture.

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      Das Stue Berlin, Germany Design Hotels

      Occupying a 1930s building that originally was Berlin's Royal Danish Embassy, Das Stue's unique heritage is reflected in its name, the Danish term for "living room." The hotel incorporates the prominence of its classicist facade and the natural beauty of its leafy Tiergarten address, formerly the city's royal hunting grounds. The owners have created a sophisticated urban retreat with personalized comforts – much like the living room of someone who is well connected in Berlin and has immediate access to the city's countless attractions. Patricia Urquiola, the acclaimed Spanish architect and designer, brings her signature sleek and elegant touch to the hotel’s interiors. Michelin-starred Catalan chef Paco Pérez helms Das Stue’s own Michelin-starred eatery, serving avant-garde Mediterranean cuisine combined with local accents.

      Nearest Airport
      TXL - Berlin Tegel Airport
      Food & Drink
      2 Restaurants, Bar & Lounge
      Spa & Recreation
      Bicycling, Boating, Cardio Vascular Equipment, Indoor Pool, Massage, Sauna, Spa
      Conference & Meetings
      2 meeting room
      Internet
      Complimentary WiFi
      Services
      24hours Room Service, Airport Shuttle, Pool Side Service

      Architecture

      Johann Emil Schaudt, Axthelm Architekten

      Originally built in the 1930’s, Das Stue’s diplomatic legacy is evident in the heritage building’s stately architecture and modernist façade, designed by German architect Johann Emil Schaudt (1871-1957) and inspired by Danish classicism. Located in Berlin’s diplomatic quarter, Das Stue was renovated to invoke a calming ambiance, with open spaces and contemporary minimalist design. The Potsdam-based firm Axthelm Architekten added a new wing on the building’s former back courtyard, which is clad in a floral-patterned concrete surface acting as an elegant counterbalance to the rough dressed stone of the main building.

      Based on Urquiola's concept, LVG Arquitectura S.L.P. outfitted the hotel’s 78 guestrooms in subdued modern decor that emphasizes polished surfaces and rich fabrics. The rooms are designed to recall the open spaces of villa environments, complemented by high ceilings, hardwood floors and views of the adjacent Tiergarten.

      Interior Design

      Patricia Urquiola & LVG Arquitectura S.L.P.

      Quality, heritage, and contemporary design converge at Das Stue. Star design Patricia Urquiola oversaw the artistic direction of the property’s public spaces, creating a striking yet cozy mélange of places where guests can lounge, including the muted couches and chairs in shades of yellow, rust, and grey in the hotel’s library.

      Interior Design
      Patricia Urquiola & LVG Arquitectura S.L.P.

      Quality, heritage, and contemporary design converge at Das Stue. Star design Patricia Urquiola oversaw the artistic direction of the property’s public spaces, creating a striking yet cozy mélange of places where guests can lounge, including the muted couches and chairs in shades of yellow, rust, and grey in the hotel’s library.

      Based on Urquiola's concept, LVG Arquitectura S.L.P. outfitted the hotel’s 78 guestrooms in subdued modern decor that emphasizes polished surfaces and rich fabrics. The rooms are designed to recall the open spaces of villa environments, complemented by high ceilings, hardwood floors and views of the adjacent Tiergarten.

      Finding Infinity

      The Ambassador of the Park

      Sitting on the edge of Berlin’s verdant Tiergarten park, the landmark hotel Das Stue has transformed itself from a one-time embassy into a gateway to a natural wonderland. No wonder preservation and environmental stewardship are critical elements of its operating philosophy.

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      Rooms & Suites

      Most of the 79 guestrooms at Das Stue hotel in Berlin have views of either the animals in the neighboring Berlin Zoo or the leafy Tiergarten. Thanks to its former life as the Danish embassy, the rooms and suites in the old part of this hotel benefit from the high ceilings and generous space. The large rooms in the hotel’s new building are equally charming thanks to floor-to-ceiling views of the Zoo and their elegant design. Fourteen rooms feature terraces and balconies. Das Stue has also incorporated eco-friendly heating amenities, furthering the hotel’s concept of bringing together the historic, the modern, and the contemporary in a remarkable and replenishing symbiosis.

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      Embodying a “distinctive sense of aesthetics,” Urquiola’s designs for Das Stue’s interior combine the simplicity of the building’s classicist façade with the verdant abundance of the surrounding Tiergarten park.

      Made by Originals

      Patricia Urquiola

      Patricia Urquiola has done it all. A trained architect, Urquiola moved from her native Spain to Milan where she studied with the acclaimed Italian architect and industrial designer Achille Castiglione and subsequently headed the product development of internationally-acclaimed furniture company de Padova. During this time she designed her first pieces of furniture, thus beginning her meteoric ascent to become the leading voice in modern design we know today.

      Made by Originals
      Patricia Urquiola

      Patricia Urquiola has done it all. A trained architect, Urquiola moved from her native Spain to Milan where she studied with the acclaimed Italian architect and industrial designer Achille Castiglione and subsequently headed the product development of internationally-acclaimed furniture company de Padova. During this time she designed her first pieces of furniture, thus beginning her meteoric ascent to become the leading voice in modern design we know today.

      Embodying a “distinctive sense of aesthetics,” Urquiola’s designs for Das Stue’s interior combine the simplicity of the building’s classicist façade with the verdant abundance of the surrounding Tiergarten park.

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