Hotel am Steinplatz

Berlin, Germany

Hotel chosen for:
Open Collection Principles

The Vision

Built on an inspiration to create an experience beyond the commonplace

The Unique Design

Hotels with a thoughtfulness and dedicated purpose to their design

The Mark of Craft

Unique experiences rooted in the hotel's personality

The Place

Connected to its surroundings, this hotel is woven into the fabric of its locale

The Soul of Charlottenburg

Walk in the shoes of prominent Berliners. Dine in grandeur. This is more than a hotel. This is a cultural institution.

A survivor of two world wars, this ‘grande dame’ of the West Berlin hotel scene has long been an elegant and sophisticated meeting point for the city’s artists, aristocrats, and prominent Berliners. Re-opened in 2013, its striking interior design is a perfect mix of old and new, a fact that mirrors its location, retaining many original period features complemented by sophisticated contemporary furnishings.

The Mark: Celebrating the artists of West Berlin

On a regular basis, throughout the month, the hotel showcases the best of local West Berlin talent through activations in the public spaces of the hotel. Evenings are brought to life with a performance from local talent. Delivered through a small, intimate experience in the hotel bar.

The Mark of Craft



At first sight Hotel Am Steinplatz may still resemble the Art Nouveau hotel which opened its doors in 1913. However, walk through its impressive canopied entrance and you’ll discover a refreshingly modern, high-end boutique hotel. The lobby – an expanse of polished grey marble dotted with contemporary pieces – immediately soothes and relaxes. It’s a dramatic introduction to the hotel’s dedication to modern interior design. Upstairs, the hotel’s 84 individually-styled rooms – including 2 types of suite – offer ample space to relax, sleep and revive. In the evening, take a seat at the marble cocktail bar for an aperitif, followed by dinner in the restaurant where you can watch award-winning chefs conjure their creations. To unwind and indulge, head to the 300 square meter spa that spans the top two floors – where you can enjoy a comprehensive range of treatments and outdoor terrace.

Steinplatz 4, Berlin, Germany


Based In The Heart Of Charlottenburg, A Sophisticated And Changing Neighbourhood Of West Berlin, The Am Steinplatz Is Where Old And New Berlin Meet.

Walk south and you’ll find the city’s most exclusive shopping street, Kurfürnsterdam, lined with designer boutiques. It’s also home to the city’s most recognized department store KaDeWee. You can also stroll East to Bikini Haus, a new modern shopping and leisure complex at Berlin Zoo. Be sure to visit the new C/O gallery for contemporary photography, or stop off in one of the area’s famous grand cafes such as Schwarzes Café for a beer. The best of Berlin’s past and present is all just a short walk from your door.