Hotel Zoo Berlin

Rooms 141   Architecture Alfred Messel   Interior Design Powerstrip Studio
The Original Dayna Lee

Hotels Facts & Figures
Rooms
141
Architecture
Alfred Messel
Interior
Design Powerstrip Studio
The Original Dayna Lee

Gutted and renovated in 2012 for the hotel’s relaunch of 2014, the bones of the former townhouse remain; its expansive façade and exaggerated interior proportions have been carefully maintained, with the original drama evidenced in soaring ceilings, spacious rooms, and ample bay windows.

Architecture

OLD-WORLD WONDER

Built in 1889, Hotel Zoo Berlin was originally the private residences of influential Berliners and remains an iconic building along the Ku’Damm—one of the few untouched during the WWII bombings.

Architecture
OLD-WORLD WONDER

Built in 1889, Hotel Zoo Berlin was originally the private residences of influential Berliners and remains an iconic building along the Ku’Damm—one of the few untouched during the WWII bombings.

Gutted and renovated in 2012 for the hotel’s relaunch of 2014, the bones of the former townhouse remain; its expansive façade and exaggerated interior proportions have been carefully maintained, with the original drama evidenced in soaring ceilings, spacious rooms, and ample bay windows.

INTERIOR DESIGN

POWERSTRIP STUDIO

Being mindful of modern living while designing Hotel Zoo, the multidisciplinary designers Dayna Lee and Ted Berner have introduced a unique fluidity to the hotel – a bold bohemian spirit mixed with the polish of a stately townhouse. Statement pieces chosen for the interiors complete Lee’s love of the property’s storied history and amplify the designer’s references to classic Hollywood set design and 1920’s abodes.

The spacious rooms come with equally sumptuous bathrooms with double sinks, Maison Margiela bathrobes, exclusive April Aromatics natural bath products, and rainshowers. A custom created nail polish by trendy Berlin brand Uslu Airlines can also be found in the rooms. 

INTERIOR DESIGN
POWERSTRIP STUDIO

Being mindful of modern living while designing Hotel Zoo, the multidisciplinary designers Dayna Lee and Ted Berner have introduced a unique fluidity to the hotel – a bold bohemian spirit mixed with the polish of a stately townhouse. Statement pieces chosen for the interiors complete Lee’s love of the property’s storied history and amplify the designer’s references to classic Hollywood set design and 1920’s abodes.

 
 

The spacious rooms come with equally sumptuous bathrooms with double sinks, Maison Margiela bathrobes, exclusive April Aromatics natural bath products, and rainshowers. A custom created nail polish by trendy Berlin brand Uslu Airlines can also be found in the rooms. 

INTERIOR DESIGN
POWERSTRIP STUDIO

Being mindful of modern living while designing Hotel Zoo, the multidisciplinary designers Dayna Lee and Ted Berner have introduced a unique fluidity to the hotel – a bold bohemian spirit mixed with the polish of a stately townhouse. Statement pieces chosen for the interiors complete Lee’s love of the property’s storied history and amplify the designer’s references to classic Hollywood set design and 1920’s abodes.

The spacious rooms come with equally sumptuous bathrooms with double sinks, Maison Margiela bathrobes, exclusive April Aromatics natural bath products, and rainshowers. A custom created nail polish by trendy Berlin brand Uslu Airlines can also be found in the rooms. 

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