The Weinmeister Berlin-Mitte
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This design hotel is in a historic part of Mitte, right in the city centre
- It's near Alexanderplatz and the New Synagogue and a short walk from Museum Island
- The hotel's bar is named after actress & regular guest Jessica Schwarz, from film "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer"
- Rooms are stylish and have iMacs instead of TVs
The Weinmeister Berlin-Mitte hotel is a trendy celebrity haunt in Berlin. The property is surrounded by boutiques, cafes and pretty courtyards in Scheunenviertel -- a historic Jewish part of Mitte, the city's most central district.
The location is great for sightseeing. It is a 10-minutes walk from Alexanderplatz and the New Synagogue (museum open Sunday-Friday, April 1- September 30). It is just a little further to Museum Island, a collection of five museums on an island in the River Spree, which is a UNESCO World Heritage list. Highlights include the Neues Museum, which is home to the Prehistoric and Egyptian collections, and the Pergamonmuseum, where you can see artifacts from the Ancient Near East, Classical Antiquities and Islamic Art.
Guests get complimentary access to the Holmes Place Gendarmenmarkt spa (30 minutes away), which has a gym, sauna and swimming pool. Breakfast is served from 7-11 a.m. during the week, and from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. on weekends. The hotel's bar is named after German actress and regular guest Jessica Schwarz, best-known internationally for her part in "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer."
The cozy bedrooms have designer furniture, underfloor heating and iMacs in place of TVs. Unusually, the bed is set in the centre of the room and has a built-in wardrobe to the rear. Medium Rooms offer more space than the basic Standard Rooms.