DAS STUE: The Finest Boutique Hotel in Berlin
Formerly used as the Danish Embassy in Berlin, the building has transformed into a fine boutique hotel – the Das Stue. Designed by German architect Johann Emil Schaudt and inspired by Danish classicism, Das Stue has been providing a luxury accommodation in the centre yet serene area in Berlin.
Core point to know: ’Stue’ (Danish word) and ‘Stuebe’ (old German term) define in English as ‘Living Room’
Know more about on Das Stue’s website
Each of the 78 guestrooms is arranged in polish with contemporary details. The rooms are designed perfectly in size where guests can enjoy the view of the Tiergarten. Every room is complemented by high ceilings, hardwood floors and views of the adjacent while 11 rooms feature terraces and balconies.
In details, Das Stue Hotel offers the following:
- 24 Stue Rooms
- 34 Embassy Rooms
- 8 Junior Suites
- 7 Suites
- 3 Stue Suites
- 1 Penthouse Suite
- 1 Bel Etage Suite
I was able to stay for a night in one of Das Stue’s two dozens of Stue Rooms. Modern, Elegant, Comfortable and Quiet. Those are my top descriptions for the room.
The 27 m² room is equipped with huge bed, full-HD Apple entertainment set, nespresso machine, closet, and the rain shower.
I had a late check-in and exhausted from the eight-hour bus trip from Amsterdam and it’s a perfect moment to enjoy the tranquility of Das Stue Hotel. The reception area, where mostly a chaotic part in the hotel, was surprisingly calm and a staff instantly lead me to my room.
I just embraced the softness of the bed and full of relaxation came. It’s in the morning when I found out why the room is such a paradise of serenity – the infamous Tiergarten and Berlin Zoo were in my sight.
Relaxing as its best! Das Stue Hotel offers the Susanne Kaufmann Spa, 16-metre indoor pool with daylight and access to terrace and Gym with Technogym equipment.
The guests of the hotel can access daily the Spa and Sauna from six in the morning until 10 in the evening.
To give life the term Stue, the Hotel provides two intimate living room represented by library lounges where some of the owners’ collections are displayed.
The mix of arts and wildlife are highly showcased in each library, where guests can freely enjoy a book of their interest. In some cases, visitors can purchase an item, depending on its copy availability.
Leisure doesn’t stop inside the hotel as the vast Park around the hotel is perfect for jogging.
Bicycles are also available for rent while the jetty for city boat tours is just 100 meters from the hotel
Take advantage as well of the different surprise offerings by the Das Stue Hotel here.
Lead by 4 Michelin stars restaurants owner, Paco Perez, the culinary experience at Das Stue Hotel will always go beyond your delightful expectations.
With a Spanish chef, the breakfast buffet at Das Stue Hotel is served with a different tasteful bite.
As you enjoy every dish from breakfast to dinner, don’t forget to pay a visit to the hotel’s bar.
Situated in the rear part of the Lounge and an access to a terrace, take a drink of your choice at the classic bar. You can experience the taste of 1920’s and 1930’s cocktails and the whiskies and cognacs while viewing the Zoo through an immense window.
Despite the bustling central location of the Das Stue Hotel, the full exclusive experience is highly offered during your stay.
From a seamless intimate experience inside the hotel, you can easily access various top spots in Berlin.
Moreover, the following transport halts are conveniently situated from the hotel:
- Berlin central station: 2.49 mi
- Airport Berlin Tegel: 6.21 mi
- Airport Berlin Schönefeld: 14 mi
Last Words: My short and sweet stay at Das Stue Hotel is made possible by the lovely Marketing team of the hotel through Mareike Steiner. Pleasure to meet her and explore every corner of the finest boutique hotel in Germany’s capital. My warmest gratitude to every staff whose professionalism is yonder one’s expectation.
Note: Das Stue sponsored a night of stay but the views written on this article are my own.
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About the Writer
Jessica Ayun is a Freelance Writer who writes if 5-10 cups of coffee a day will be served. She used to work as a TV Researcher but her feet are always curious to step into new places so she decided to work in the communities of Visayas and Mindanao as a Documenter for almost two years, through a non-government organization (NGO). She tries to see the “real happiness” in every person she meets and every place she goes to. She will always choose mountains than beaches.