On a quiet residential street this turn-of-the-20th-century mansion feels like a hideaway even though Ku'damm is a short walk away. Luxurious minimalism reigns once you get inside. You can breakfast and sip afternoon tea at the sun-soaked tables in the atrium courtyard or, in the evening, sit and listen to piano music. Between courses of New Nordic cuisine in the restaurant Quadriga, diners lean back in cherrywood chairs by Frank Lloyd Wright. Guest-room furnishings include
pieces by Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe. Complementing the timeless Bauhaus style are ikebana floral arrangements.
Oct 22, 2005
Just stayed there in October. Lovely suite with hardwood floors, doors, modern decor. Wonderful service, friendly staff. The restaurant "Die Quadriga" is probably one of the the top 5 restaurants we have dined at. Rates with Chicago Tru or Philly's "Le Bec Fin". Quiet location.