Hotel Q in Berlin has room for love.
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It is still showing examples of innovative hotel architecture.
The Hotel Q in Berlin thus fits into the range of trendy accommodations.
Here you want to offer futuristic shapes with simple elegance.
The color goes like a red thread throughout the interior and gives sense of embrace. A loving embrace – just what we need.
Will seduce guests
The hotel is located in Kurfürstendamm, popularly called Ku’damm, a 3.5 km long street in the Charlottenburg district, centrally located in Berlin.
It was developed by owner Wolfgang Loock, who, together with the worldwide architectural office Graft, has wanted to give a taste of the future.
The hotel should have the ability to seduce and experiment with old habits and inspire new rituals, informs the architect office.
Graft also seems to have a desire to challenge the classic space feeling. For the interaction between the architecture and the interior can give the feeling that you are walking up the walls.
One of the key elements of the rooms is the bath. It has been integrated into the bedroom and materials such as oak and slate have been used.
The frames for the beds are broken and viewed around the tub and the sink serves as a sculptural expression. The bed is definitely the center of the room, but maybe not as practical.
The underground spa also has a Japanese laundry room, Finnish sauna, Turkish bath and a heated sand-lounger lounge if you can mention it as it.
The wellness area, with heated sand and intimate lighting, invites guests to step down and relax.
On tripadvisor.com, which is a page where visitors can give hotels the character, it is written:
Nice design, though somewhat overdesigned. Only complaint was loud music from next door early sunday morning but would certainly recommend the hotel.
But the criticism is not only positive and the taste is different:
The first thing you come to is a dark cave in black and red tones. The elevator is lit with red bulbs, like a disco. The room was dominated by a sofa that you could not sit or lay on. It was so poorly designed.
The shower was right by the bedside area, the toilet was at the opposite end of the room. All very strange, write another.
Everyone must find their own style, but Hotel Q is unbeatable close to various cultural attractions such as the Käthe Kollwitz Museum, theaters, art galleries and the Berlin Zoo..
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