A private members' club in the Soho House & Co family, known for its super-luxe design and famous clientele, Soho House Berlin is the height of luxury - set over eight floors of a grade II-listed building in the vibrant Mitte district.
Now, the newly opened Italian restaurant Cecconi's on the ground floor is also proving a hit with faithful fans and locals.
Londoners familiar with the brand will be pleased to hear that the new outpost remains loyal to the Cecconi design in Mayfair, but with a slick Berliner vibe.
Upstairs, Soho House Berlin's 65 bedrooms, 20 apartments and four spectacular lofts are attractions enough - not to mention the spa, gym, rooftop pool and Damien Hirst piece spray-painted on the lobby wall.
High glamour and effortlessly cool. In the lobby, the open-plan minimalist interior (think concrete walls and graffiti on canvas) is mixed with splashes of colour and glittering chandeliers. The Hirst is eye-catching but avoids the ostentatiousness often associated with high art.
The Thirties-style decor in the studios and bedrooms give the impression of understated luxury, and the attention to detail is exemplary, but there's an overall feel of familarity and comfort - helped by the friendly staff.
Other facilities include a luxury spa, gym, seventh-floor club area (due to reopen on September 19 after renovations) and a rooftop bar with pool that offers splendid views towards Alexanderplatz.
On the ground-floor of the Bauhaus building, in a space called The Store, Soho House has opened Cecconi's, a modern Italian restaurant that's open seven days a week. The restaurant continues the signature Cecconi design of its Mayfair, West Hollywood, Miami and Istanbul outposts, but this time with a fiery red colour palette.
The Art Deco-inspired chandeliers and striped marble floor are an elegant touch, with colour pops from the Italian cherry-red leather booths contrasting with the stripped-back Soho House interior.
The Soho House cocktails, with both locally sourced and Italian variations, and classic dishes by head chef Alessio Biangini are a must-try.
The studio, one-, two- and big apartments have king- and oversized beds, walk-in rainforest showers, beautiful roll-top bathtubs and open-plan living space that includes a kitchen and dining area.
The most popular choice is the one-bedroom apartment and it's easy to see why. The generous space, including a kitchen and living area, has everything you need for an indulgent city break. Prices are from £280 per night.
How to book:
Room prices are from £145 per night for a so-called Tiny room, but still with a king-size bed.
Soho House Berlin, Torstrasse 1, 10119