Concierge.com's insider take:
The perfect place for those who enjoy both classic and modern elegance. The exterior of this late-19th-century mansion, on a quiet street close to Charlottenburg's boulevards, is old-world stately. Equally grand is the scale of the 58 guest rooms (which have nearly 13-foot ceilings) and the 14 suites (which, at 700 square feet apiece, are bigger than most Manhattan apartments). But the decor, chosen with eclectic flair by owner Daniela Sauter, leans surprisingly toward modern minimalism, with Missoni rugs, Bauhaus furnishings by Le Corbusier and Breuer, and bold primary colors accented with Marimekko-style prints. Common spaces include a Japanese courtyard garden set beyond the lobby's Corinthian columns, a glass-walled bar and lounge that hosts live jazz performances every Thursday night, and a small Michelin-starred restaurant, Die Quadriga, where chef Bobby Bräuer serves up inventive French cuisine. The hotel prides itself on personalized service, but things get really over-the-top at the Thaleia spa, where Thalgo mud packs and Balinese massage are given to only one clientyes, oneat a time.
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