Gay Berlin – Berlin Travel Guide Travel Guides > Germany > Gay Berlin – Berlin James FancourtTrying to sum up a city as diverse as Berlin in one paragraph seems like an effort in futility. Not many places have gone through such a turbulent period of history as Berlin has done in the past century, reminders of which can still be seen today in the bullet hole-ridden façades of Mitte or the remaining stretch of the Berlin Wall. When the sun goes down, the laidback character of the city gives way to a hedonistic, non-stop nightlife that is second to none. Hearing a call for last orders is rare, and it’s one of few places where you could conceivably enter a club on a Friday night and re-emerge Monday morning. Perhaps what makes Berlin so fascinating to explore though is that each district is like a town in itself, all of which exhibit their own style and quirks. Although forming stark contrasts, these idiosyncrasies complement each other and combine to form one of the most vibrant, exciting cities in the world. Looking for the ultimate Berlin gay guide? Mr Hudson has got you covered. Feel like getting away? Take a trip planned just for you, and let us do all the work. Discover Trip Design Hotels Things to do Things to see Food & Drink Shopping Nightlife Trip Design The best hotels in BerlinTucked away in the trendy district of Prenzlauer Berg is a hotel of two halves, Ackselhaus & Blue Home. Ackselhaus is the more eclectic of the two, featuring thirteen creatively-themed rooms that range from the bold colours of ‘Picasso’ to the reserved elegance of ‘Cairo’. Its sibling next door, Blue Home, is a more typical boutique hotel, but one that evokes a sense of tranquillity by virtue of its soothing colour palettes and carefully selected furnishings.At the other end of the stylistic spectrum, you have the exuberant Hotel Zoo Berlin, which was flush with film stars and celebrities during the fifties. Its most recent renovation encapsulates the glitz and glamour of this decadent past, combining it with animal motifs—a nod to nearby Berlin Zoo. Each of the 131 rooms and 14 suites is unique in design and layout, with many boasting alluring features such as freestanding bathtubs and floor-to-ceiling windows.The Mandala Hotel is a 5-star hotel that exudes luxury. Centrally located at Potsdamer Platz, it puts you within walking distance of sights such as the Brandenburg Gate. Here you can expect rooms that are both opulent and spacious (and even the smallest rooms, at 40m2, have suite-like qualities). The indulgent experience of this elegant establishment is rounded off with the sensuous ONO Spa and the fine dining of restaurant FACIL. Boasting two Michelin stars, it’s one of Germany’s best restaurants. Not only does it serve exquisite food, but the interior is equally stunning, with glass walls that overlook a bamboo garden and a glass roof that retracts during summer.Positioned on the edge of Berlin’s biggest and arguably most beautiful park, Tiergarten, the 5-star Das Stue offers stylish accommodation in a gorgeous building that was once the Royal Danish Embassy. It features interiors designed by the world-renowned Patricia Urquiola and provides Michelin-starred cuisine courtesy of Cinco restaurant. Das StueiRecommended hotels in Gay Berlin – Berlin Hotels - Gay Berlin – Berlin Ackselhaus & Blue Home Located just 2 stops from Alexanderplatz, these individually furnished rooms and apartments are situated within a 19th-century building in Berlin’s fashionable Prenzlauer Berg district, offering you a unique experience. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay Berlin – Berlin Hotel Zoo This elegant hotel enjoys a prime location on Berlin’s renowned Kurfürstendamm shopping street. Set in a historic building, it offers a restaurant, gym and luxurious accommodation with free WiFi access. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay Berlin – Berlin 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin Located at Zoologischer Garten Station, this stylish hotel boasts views of Berlin’s Kufürstendamm. Guests will enjoy the hotel’s trendy bar and the sauna overlooking Tiergarten. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay Berlin – Berlin The Mandala Hotel This 5-star design hotel in central Berlin offers stylish studios and suites with kitchen facilities. It is located opposite the Sony Center in Potsdamer Platz and features an elegant spa, free WiFi and a double Michelin-star restaurant. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay Berlin – Berlin Das Stue Hotel This 5-star hotel features free WiFi, a spa area, and an indoor swimming pool. It is located by Berlin’s Kurfürstendamm shopping street, 1.6 miles from Zoologischer Garten Train and Underground Station. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay Berlin – Berlin Capri by Fraser Berlin These serviced studios are located near the river Spree in the heart of the central Mitte district. Capri by Fraser offers a 24-hour reception, free high-speed WiFi and an on-site bar. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay Berlin – Berlin Hotel Oderberger This historic building is located in the heart of the vibrant Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin. The Hotel Oderberger is located on the site of a former public swimming bath originally built in 1902. Book on Booking.com Explore more hotels like this in Berlin View on Booking.comPowered by Booking.comThank you for reading Mr Hudson.Subscribe to Travel Guides or log in to continue reading. Subscribe now Log inSpecial SelectionExclusive Mr Hudson offersOut now from gestaltenMr Hudson Explores Browse the Book Explore more Perle Bar - meticulous mixology in BerlinAlong a quiet, tree-lined street in Prenzlauer Berg lies Perle Bar — quite possibly the only gay bar in Berlin that focuses on crafting high-quality cocktails. Its interior is bright and unpretentious, with notes of light jazz drifting through the air that adds to its relaxed atmosphere. Read story > The best concept stores in BerlinAway from the typical shopping districts, there exists a multitude of independent stores throughout Berlin where premium objects are curated with a certain concept or style in mind. 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