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Spanish hotels in Berlin to sleep like at home

One night at the Spanish in the German capital

Spanish hotels in Berlin to sleep like at home
Spanish hotels in Berlin to sleep like at home

Spanish hotels in Berlin to sleep like at home (like Das Stue)

Spain is a world power in tourism and therefore also stands out in the hotel sector . The increasingly prosperous relationship between Spanish hotels and Berlin, which is one of the most visited destinations in Europe, is the perfect marriage. While Barceló Riu Plaza arrive in the German capital in the coming months, these are some of the places where one can feel at home.

DR Text: Héctor Llanos Martínez

Nhow: music for the ears

NHOW. Of the Nhow, the conceptual hotels of NH, which are around the world, the Berliner has been assigned a very musical sense . In fact it has its own recording studio and is considered the first musical hotel in Europe. Its spectacular building and the fact of being in one of the fashionable areas, in front of the very photogenic Oberbaumbrücke bridge are clear points in its favor. Stralauer Allee 3, +49 (0) 30 2902990.

Das Stue
DR Text: Héctor Llanos Martínez

Das Stue: although it may not seem so, as Spanish as the tortilla

DAS STUE. Although it may not seem so, Das Stue is very Spanish. As much as the tortilla served in the restaurant “5” by chef Paco Pérez . The name could well refer to the stars of this establishment of the Whim Hotels chain, the first of this category outside of Spain. Das Stue (living room in Danish) occupies a majestic building in the West Berlin of the 1930s, which for decades housed the Danish embassy in Germany. The Asturian designer Patricia Urquiola signs the interior design. Drakestraße 1, +49 (0) 30 3117220.

DR Text: Héctor Llanos Martínez

Meliá, with tapas bar

MELIÁ. In addition to being located in one of the most privileged points of the Friedrichstrasse, the Meliá berlinés stands out for its tapas bar with its gambitas, its ham and its Catalan cream and the Café Madrid restaurant . Both are very popular… among non-Spaniards. Friedrichstraße 103, +49 (0) 30 20607900

Catalonia Berlin Mitte

CATALONIA BERLIN MITTE. Known for a while for being the hotel owned by Rodrigo Rato (at least 44% of him), this Catalonia takes advantage of the industrial style of its building just as well as the NHow to provide a modern and urban design to all its rooms. Its location combines the tranquility of Heinrich-Heine-Strasse with the proximity to the River Spree and the must-see Museum Island. Köpenicker Straße 80-82, +49 (0) 30 24084770.

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