Gritty Berlin has been given a dose of quietly eccentric English charm with the arrival of Soho House Berlin. The 40 bedrooms represent the hotel component of this members' club, part of the Soho House Group, which has restaurants, cinemas, bars and spas on both sides of the Atlantic. The Berlin outpost has many similarities with the others, particularly in the creative crowd it attracts, relaxing beside the fireplaces of the Club Floor, tucked away in a padded window alcove or basking on the large green-and-white striped sun-loungers beside the rooftop pool. Typical, too, are the industrial design elements in the public spaces (exposed brick, concrete pillars), offset by the prettiness of the bedrooms (lively floral prints). The 'Tiny' rooms under the eaves reflect an 'anything goes' Berlin mood with wooden bedsteads and metal side tables; the other (much larger) bedrooms have supersized, padded-velvet headboards, faux-fur throws and pillows aplenty. Hot-water bottles, home-baked shortbread and Roberts radios are among the English quirks found in this Art Deco former department store, once headquarters to the Communist Party. Breakfasts on the rooftop terrace with views of the Fernsehturm, Berlin's iconic TV tower, are a treat. In the basement there's a Cowshed spa, screening room, library and bar; there's also a gym on the first floor.
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