Andreas Neudahm designs Leonardo Hotel Berlin Mitte in Germany

Leonardo Hotel opened Leonardo Hotel Berlin Mitte, located in the historical Bertolt Brecht Platz, not far from the Friedrichstrase and the banks of the river Spree.

The design concept of the hotel by interior designer Andreas Neudahm took the history of the area into consideration. The interior designer combined elements of the metropolis of Berlin with supplementary elements that are related to the location, such as the motifs of the Variete Dancers.

The four-star property has308 rooms, an 915-square-foot loft suite, and two conference rooms for up to 60 delegates. The "Feel Good Area" welcomes guests with a sauna, a steam bath, several exercise machines and a relaxation area. All the rooms have coffee and tea stations, air-conditioning, flat screen TV, a mini bar, free Wi-Fi connectivity and a safe.


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The rooms on the sixth to the ninth floors all have terraces from which guests can enjoy the view of Berlin. The "Brecht" Lounge is on the eighth floor, which is designed for special events and offers views of the city. The focal points of the hotel are the lobby, the adjoining "Circus Bar" and the "Bertolt breakfast restaurant."

The Leonardo Hotel Berlin Mitte is the Leonardo Hotels chain’s sixth hotel in the capital city. Besides the hotel in Alexanderplatz - the Leonardo Royal Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz - the hotel group also runs the Leonardo Hotel Berlin, the Leonardo Hotel Berlin City West, the Leonardo Airport Hotel Berlin Brandenburg and the Leonardo Hotel Berlin City South.

Leonardo Hotels is the European division of the Fattal Hotels Group, which was founded by David Fattal in Israel in 1998. Since 2007, Leonardo Hotels was also present on the European market and is represented in Israel, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium and Hungary with more than 85 hotels. The headquarters of the company management for Europe are in Berlin.


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