Maybe one of the most international cities right now, Berlin has become an interesting destination for young people from all around the world. With a historical background that can be spotted in every corner, the city has become an attraction for creatives looking for a cultural exchange experience.
Music, art and design flood the city of Berlin from the streets to its buildings, including the tourist accommodations. It’s a place where creativity and diversity find their peaks. And the 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin is a faithful interpretation of it.
It’s only one of the many branches that the 25hours hotel company has and it’s very similar to the one on Zürich’s famous Langstrasse which we reviewed in our previous post. The 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin is set in an Urban Jungle theme that features hammocks in the bedrooms and a Monkey Bar with amazing views, among other things.
Situated between the Breitscheidplatz and the Zoologischer Garten Station, the 25hours hotel looks over to the zoo, the reason behind it’s unconventional design. Its design is funky, vibrant and playful, besides being a true paradise for all plant-lovers.
All bedrooms have breathtaking views of the city’s skyline and every single one of them offers a one-of-a-kind style. It’s a different experience each time. The 4-stars hotel has an in-house woodfire bakery, a Jungle sauna and NENI rooftop restaurant with 360° degree views of Berlin’s skyline.
German designer Werner Aisslinger is responsible for transforming the 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin into an iconic accommodation. If you’d like to book your stay, check out availability here. For further news and reviews on distinctive travel accommodations, take a look at our Travel and Guide sections.