Housed in a former neoclassical residential palace just a short walk from the Reichstag and Brandenburger Tor, this ‘artist home’ is one of the city’s more imaginative small hotels, with each of its 50 rooms decorated by a different renowned artist. There’s graffiti artist Thomas Baumgärtel’s ‘Royal Suite’, a golden room spray-painted with bananas; and Angela Dwyer’s ‘Room Like Any Other’, whose surfaces are covered in stream-of-consciousness scrawlings. Some rooms get a little noise from the S-Bahn trains, but that shouldn’t deter you: this is a great place to stay.
|Venue name:||Arte Luise Kunsthotel|
|Transport:||U6, S1, S2, S5, S7, S9, S75 Friedrichstrasse|
|Price:||Rates €89-€210 double|