See why so many travelers make Soho House Berlin their hotel of choice when visiting Berlin. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Soho House Berlin Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV and a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers room service, a rooftop terrace, and a concierge, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a rooftop pool and a rooftop bar.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Berliner Dom (0.8 mi) and German Historical Museum (1.0 mi), guests of Soho House Berlin can easily experience some of Berlin's most well known attractions.
Berlin has plenty of Italian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Ristorante A Mano, Pizzeria Ristorante Papa Pane di Sorrento, and Knodelwirtschaft, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Berlin TV Tower (Fernsehturm) (0.5 mi), Pergamonmuseum (0.9 mi), or Memorial of the Berlin Wall (1.2 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Soho House Berlin as you experience all of the things Berlin has to offer.
Soho House used to be special, but it is losing its caché quickly. Still an amazing setting, but little is left of the creative vibe. It’s become a corporate place with unusual history - Berlin and Soho House itself. The membership thing is just a gimmick; it‘s now run by accounts reporting to shareholders somewhere. Impersonal, super expensive, superficial crowd, arrogant management. And a stunning, stunning view.
Had really great time at Soho House, the room was nice and quite big, they style is amazing and the food delicious. I definitely recommend this hotel if u pass by Berlin. not cheap but hotel offers u a lot of fun and amenities
Just thought I'd throw in my two cents about Soho Berlin. I've going here as a guest since 2011 and then became a member in 2013. In general, I really do like it, but there is a side that's kind of a love/hate relationship. One issue is simply that Berlin has evolved into a different city over the last 6/7 years and Soho House along with it. Their initial motivation to entice creatives rather than wealthy members was very special about this house, especially because the creative culture in Berlin used to be so amazing. It's just not the case anymore and this house now is becoming ubiquitous with New York and London. This is also not the place where international celebs can come and chill and not be bothered anymore. I remember when George Clooney and Matt Damon were left alone in the restaurant - I can't see that happening today. The service and food quality is the same as it's ever been - variable. It's really hit or miss. The seating is rather uncomfortable to eat - the best option is in the kitchen area against the windows, the big wooden table in the back on the 7th floor, or outside on the roof. The service is also variable - it's weird - they give a lot of attention at the beginning, then forget to bring menus or take the order, but then the food comes rather quickly. Then it takes forever to get their attention to ask for the check, then they forget to come back to take the cash or come with the card machine. It's also weird that they just haven't been able to work out the kinks with the food and service quality after all this time. So... why 4 stars ( I was tempted to give three)? Well, it's actually a beautiful place - the lobby, restaurant and roof are great just to hang out and have some drinks. The events can also be a lot of fun and the screening room is great. There is just something here to really enjoy, as long as you go in with a patient attitude, knowing that it's likely something will go wrong with the service - and it did during our breakfast.…
We stayed in 38, two great bedrooms with a lounge/kitchen inbetween. A superb arrangement for couples travelling together or in our case grandparents with daughter and grandchild. We. have stayed in four other Soho Houses in the UK, and I definitely like this the best. There is a lovely buzzy atmosphere about the hotel and its restaurants. I think we ate in most of them! I loved the contrast between elegant chandeliers and brutal chic pillars. Yes we had a little problem of the room being a bit cold on arrival but this was sorted, so in no way detracts from our positive feelings or this review. A great rain shower and a bewildering array of body washes, scrubs and lotions - tough making a decision that early!!! Finally, I was overwhelmed when sitting in the arrival area awaiting my family to return, the most delightful receptionist offered me a hot water bottle because she knew I had a bad back. Now that is the height of thoughtfulness, and I just wish I had the presence of mind to thank her publicly by name.…
A great place. Rooms are nice and not too small. It feels like you are staying in a club with rooms, which is fun, but can be annoying. Prices are steep, but you do get a lot of fun, amenities and perks.