Set just steps away from the renowned shopping avenue, Ku’damm, the Hoxton, Charlottenburg offers 234 rooms.
Ennismore’s inhouse design studio, AIME Studios, is responsible for the interiors, which combines Art Nouveau elegance and Brutalist raw – expect classic 1920s opulence intertwined with brutalism silhouettes and texture.
F&B options include the Teahouse, a charming corner café which transforms into an intimate cocktail bar as the sun sets; House of Tandoor, a north Indian-inspired restaurant serving up family style, spice-filled dishes and natural wines; and a cosy fireside Winter Garden set within the expansive, open-house lobby.
Tucked up under the eaves of the hotel, three meeting and event spaces set around a central Pantry Kitchen make up The Apartment, soon to be home to West Berlin’s hottest parties.
Reminiscent of a 1920s parlour the apartment features Mary Wigman-inspired interiors defined by fluid lines, soft, muted tones, vintage lighting, and a touch of chintz.
In each of the neighbourhoods that its hotels are based, the Hoxton strives to be a good neighbour, in part by extending long-term, meaningful support to community charities and shelters.
In Berlin, the hotel has partnered with Refugio, an organisation that provides housing, advice, and support for refugees, and will make financial contributions, as well as donating essential linen, towels and bedding and arranging regular staff volunteering hours.